A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
Y
Z

 

This online Polish-English Dictionary contains more than 27,000 words. The terms are taken from general English language, including first names.

 

ABBREVIATIONS USED
^ inflected like
1p, 2p, 3p 1st, 2nd, 3rd person
A accusative case
abbrev abbreviation
affec affectionate
aj adjective
arch archaic
aug augmentative
aux auxiliary (verb)
av adverb
coll collective noun or numeral
colloq colloquial
comp comparative
cond conditional mood
conj conjunction
D dative case
decl declined
derog derogatory
dim diminutive
distr distributive
e.o. each other
emph emphatic
esp especially
exclam exclamation
f feminine noun
fac an facultatively animate noun
fem female variant
fig figurative
formal formal style usage
freq frequentative
G genitive case
hist historical item
I instrumental case
impf imperfective aspect
imprec imprecation
indecl indeclinable
indef indefinite
indic indicative
infin infinitive
inform informal
inter interrogative
interj interjection
L locative case
ma masculine animate
mi masculine inanimate
mp masculine personal
mppl masculine personal plural
N nominative case
n neuter noun
neg negative
nonce nonce word
num aj numerical adjective
num numeral
o.a. one another
o.s. oneself, one's self
obs obsolete
occ occasionally
oft often
or or
pej pejorative
pers person, personal
pf perfective aspect
phr phrase
pl form plural form
pl plural
pred predicator
prefix prefix
prep peposition
pron aj pronominal adjective
pron pronoun
quant quantifier
reif num reified numeral
s.o. someone
s.t. something
sg singular
sub subordinating
suff suffix
sup suppletive
superl superlative
title personal title
us usually
V vocative case
v derived verb
var variant
vulg vulgar
w.o. without

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