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Polish-English translation for: wieczór
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Dictionary Polish English: wieczór

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Polish English
wieczór {m}
2
evening
2 Words
wieczór {m} kawalerskibachelor party [Am.]
wieczór {m} kawalerskibuck's party [coll.] [Aus.]
wieczór {m} kawalerskistag night [Br.]
wieczór {m} kawalerskistag party
wieczór {m} panieńskibride shower [Am.]
wieczór {m} panieńskihen night [Br.]
wieczór {m} panieńskihen party [Br.]
3 Words
film lit. teatr Wieczór Trzech Króli [Szekspir]Twelfth Night [Shakespeare]
 
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