Accept an offer przyjąć ofertę I was reluctant at first, but I finally decided to accept the offer accept the fact that
wyścig z czasem
We are working within very tight deadlines. It is a race against time.
rack one’s brains for something
łamać sobie nad czymś głowę
I racked my brain for hours trying to recall her name.
raise one’s voice
Don’t raise your voice! There is really no need to get annoyed.
raise somebody’s hopes
robić komuś nadzieję
The company raised my hopes for the job when they told me they would get back to me soon. Unfortunately they never did.
raise the alarm
We unnecessarily raised the alarm. It turned out there was no need to panic.
ranging from... to...
począwszy od..., a skończywszy na...
We have a number of different laptops to offer: ranging from very basic older models to the most modern developments.
być wartym wspomnienia/wzmianki
I am not sure if this new product rates a mention at our annual summary meeting.
rate of interest
What’s the rate of interest for the loan?
reach an agreement on
osiągnąć porozumienie w
After 3 days of animated discussion we managed to reach an agreement on the issue.
reach as far as
sięgać aż do
The mobile network signal only reaches as far as the centre of the village. I have no reception at home.
read somebody’s mind
komuś w myślach
You read my mind! How did you know that I wanted this book for Christmas?
refresh somebody’s memory
odświeżyć komuś pamięć
I don’t remember. I have to refresh my memory and then I’ll be able to answer you.
Mr Brown is our regular customer. He has dined with us for the past 10 years.
remain a mystery
I lost my ring approximately a year ago, and where I left it remains a mystery.
uciekać się do użycia siły
Even though I didn’t want to I had to resort to force to solve the problem.
result in failure
zakończyć się niepowodzeniem
Their attempt to climb Mount Everest resulted in failure.
result in something
kończyć się czymś,
The advertising campaign resulted in increased sales of the book.
retire from public life
wycofać się z życia publicznego
I retired from public life at the age of 67.
return a call
Why are you not returning my calls? I have been trying to contact you for approximately two weeks now.
return to normal
wracać do normy
I have to return to normal now after 3 weeks on holiday.
reveal a secret
I will tell you, however, make sure you don’t reveal my secret to anyone.
w tej chwili
I can’t talk right now. Call me in 15 minutes.
right on the spot
na miejscu, natychmiast
Can we do it right on the spot? Unfortunately not, you have to book in advance.
ring a bell
The name rings a bell. Let me think, I must have met him somewhere.
rise to fame
She rose to fame as a singer at the age of 16.
to the occasion
stanąć na wysokości zadania
Sam rose to the occasion during the last presentation. I am really impressed with his recent work.
risk one’s neck
nadstawiać karku, ryzykować
I have been risking my neck to help you, and you didn’t even say thank you.
run a test
We are currently running a test on the new TV model, and we hope it will be on sale in January.
run for office
się o urząd
Our president is running for office for the second time in a row.
run for one’s life
ratować się ucieczką
We have to run for our lives, that’s our only hope!
run for shelter
There’s no point in walking, it’s pouring down rain. Let’s run for shelter!
of bad luck
Nothing was going right; he was having a run of bad luck.
run of good luck
My run of good luck has come to an end.
slowniki -> According Everything went according to plan. S-14 account
slowniki -> Advantage What are the advantages of this method? S-38 adventure
slowniki -> After We are leaving after breakfast. S-50 afternoon
slowniki -> Przedimek nieokreślony
slowniki -> Accept an offer
slowniki -> Parcel There’s a parcel for you. S-1238 parent
slowniki -> Cap He wears his cap backwards. S-290 capital
slowniki -> Thanks Thanks for everything! S-1766 that
slowniki -> Motion The machine was put in motion. S-1106 motor
slowniki -> Be What can it be? S-182 beach