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Polish-English translation for: to overflow its banks
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UE Europejski System {m} Banków Centralnych <ESBC>European System of Central Banks <ESCB>
jegoits [possessive determiner]
przysł. Natura ciągnie wilka do lasu.A leopard can't change its spots.
przysł. Łańcuch jest tak silny jak jego najsłabsze ogniwo.A chain is as strong as its weakest link.
 
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