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Polish-English translation for: mint family [family Lamiaceae or Labiatae]
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Dictionary Polish English: mint family [family Lamiaceae or Labiatae]

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kolos {m}hulk [colossus; large or important person or thing]
rodzina {f}kin [family]
bank. waluta mennica {f}mint
bot. gastr. T
mięta {f}
socjol. opuszczenie {n} [rodziny]desertion [of family]
ryba T
ród {m}tribe [family; also biblical]
zool. T
kret {m}
rodzina {f}family
dalsza rodzina {f}extended family
drzewo {n} genealogicznefamily tree
grobowiec {m} rodzinnyfamily vault
krąg {m} rodzinnyfamily circle
pochodzenie {n} rodzinnefamily background
prawo prawo {n} rodzinnefamily law
rodzina {f} chłopskapeasant family
psych. socjol. rodzina {f} dysfunkcyjnadysfunctional family
rodzina {f} nuklearnanuclear family
handel rodzinny interes {m}family business
tablica {f} genealogicznafamily tree
zobowiązania {} rodzinnefamily commitments
życie {n} rodzinnefamily life
nieruch. dom {m} jednorodzinnysingle-family house
med. zawód lekarz {m} [osob.] rodzinnyfamily doctor
socjol. rodzina {f} niepełnasingle-parent family
drzewo {n} rodzinne [genealogia]family tree [genealogy]
kłótnia {f} rodzinnafamily row [Br.] [quarrel]
mieć [tylko niedok.] kłopoty rodzinneto have family troubles [problems]
fiz. elektronowy {adj}electronic [of or pertaining to electrons]
Inżbiom. biometria {f}biometrics [treated as sg. or pl.]
handel czynsz {m}rent [hire or lease charge]
jasność {f}clarity [of words or ideas]
logistyka {f}logistics [treated as sg. or pl.]
gastr. metka {f}raw meat spread [or sliced]
anat. zool. płodność {f}fertility [of man or animal]
tech. TV zakłócenie {n}static [background noise or flickering]
zapalnik {m}fuse [of explosives or fireworks]
mniej więcej {adv}roughly [more or less]
gastr. ćwikła {f}beetroot and horseradish salad [or sauce]
kot {m}cat [male or non-specified sex]
kożuch {m}skin [on milk, custard or paint]
jednakowy {adj}uniform [of the same kind or quality]
biol. rybi {adj}fishy [looking or smelling like a fish]
gastr. wekować [niedok.]to preserve [food in jars or pots]
degradacja {f} [obniżenie rangi]demotion [to lower rank or status]
sport trapez {m} [drążek gimnastyczny]trapeze [circus or gymnastic swing]
zegary wskazówka {f} minutowaminute hand [on watch or clock]
wchodzić [niedok.]to step in [to enter, to go in or up]
relig. socjol. kasta {f}caste [social or religious standing, esp. in India]
bot. T
wyliniały {adj}mangy [of a dog or cat with patchy fur]
zool. estywacja {f} [przetrwanie lata]aestivation [Br.] [survival during drought or heat]
zool. estywacja {f} [przetrwanie lata]estivation [Am.] [survival during drought or heat]
koleżanka {f} [z pracy, studiów]colleague [female] [at work or study]
lot. naut. tech. węzeł {m} [jednostka prędkości]knot [speed, sea or air] <kn., kt.>
prawo woj. stanowisko {n} oficerskiecommission [appointment as officer of military or police]
zegary wskazówka {f} sekundowa [w zegarze]second hand [on clock or watch]
uważać [niedok.]to regard [look upon or think of in some way]
widzowie {}audience {sg} [also with plural verb] [TV or live performance]
Węgrzy {} [osob.]Hungarians [male people or a group of males and females]
biała flaga {f} [znak poddania się]white flag [sign of surrender or truce]
kolej naut. bilet {m} drugiej klasy [na pociąg lub statek]second-class ticket [train or ship]
adresaci {} [osob.]addressees [males or group of males and females]
Azjaci {} [osob.]Asians [males or groups of males and females]
pol. komuniści {} [osob.]communists [males or group of males and females]
obywatele {} [osob.]citizens [males or group of males and females]
Polacy {} [osob.]Poles {pl} [males or group of males and females]
hist. Bołesław {m} I ChrobryBolesław I the Brave [or the Valiant]
Niemcy {} [osob.]Germans [males or a group of males and females]
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