Intermediate
Anglicko – český slovníček
Bohemian Ventures
výhradní distributor vydavatelství Pearson
pro Českou a Slovenskou republiku
OBSAH
Module 1 – ADVENTURE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1
Module 2 – STORIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7
Module 3 – TRAVEL - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10
Module 4 – THE MEDIA - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 14
Module 5 – ADVERTISING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 18
Module 6 – PEOPLE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 22
Module 7 – LEARNING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 26
Module 8 – CAREERS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 29
Module 9 – CULTURE SHOCK - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 34
Module 10 – CIVILIZATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 39
VÝSLOVNOST
Hlavní přízvuk se označuje horní kolmičkou před přízvučnou slabikou tehdy, nejedná-li se o jednoslabičné slovo: cartoon [ka:ˈtu:n], a seven [ˈsevən], ale [san], nebo má-li slovo přízvuky dva nebo více:
teddy bear [ˈtedi ˌbeə]. Vedlejší přízvuk se označuje dolní kolmičkou.
Zvláštní znaky použité v přepisu výslovnosti:
b
block
[blɒk]
ʒ
casualty
[ˈkæʒuәlti]
d
end
[end]
dʒ
sledge
[sledʒ]
f
friend
[frend]
ʌ
sunny
[ˈsʌni]
g
grey
[greɪ]
ɑ:
disaster
[dɪˈzɑ:stә]
h
hat
[hæt]
æ
planet, sad
[ˈplænәt], [sæd]
j
music
[ˈmju:zɪk]
e
end
[end]
k
camel
[ˈkæmәl]
ə
photography
[fәˈtɒgrәfi]
l
camel
[ˈkæmәl]
з:
work
[ˈwз:k]
m
camel
[ˈkæmәl]
ɪ
living
[ˈlɪvɪŋ]
n
end
[end]
i:
team
[ti:m],
ŋ
penguin
[ˈpeŋgwɪn]
ɒ
rock
[rɒk]
p
trip
[trɪp]
ɔ:
fall
[ˈfɔ:l]
r
friend
[frend]
ʊ
put
[pʊt]
s
sunny
[ˈsʌni]
u:
loop
[lu:p]
ʃ
shock
[ʃɒk]
aɪ
tribe
[traɪb]
t
trek
[trek]
aʊ
round
[raʊnd]
tʃ
adventure,
[әdˈventʃә],
eɪ
brave, fail
[breɪv], [feɪl]
θ
death
[deθ]
oʊ
go
[goʊ]
ð
rather
[ˈrɑ:ðә]
ɔɪ
coin
[kɔɪn]
v
love
[lʌv]
eə
despair
[dɪˈspeә]
w
widow
[ˈwɪdәʊ]
ɪə
here
[hɪə]
z
zoo
[zu:]
ʊə
pure
[pʊə]
Použité zkratky:
adv.
adverb
příslovce
conj.
conjunction
spojka
n.
noun
podstatné jméno
pl.
plural
množné číslo
v.
verb
sloveso
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dobrodružství
ancient
adj.
[ˈeɪnʃәnt]
starobylý
ancient buildings
canoeing
n.
[kәˈnu:ɪŋ]
kanoistika
go canoeing
cruise
n.
[kru:z]
plavba lodí
go on a cruise
desert
n.
[ˈdezәt]
poušť
explore a desert
desert island
n.
[ˌdezәt ˈaɪlәnd]
opuštěný ostrov
explore a desert island
diving
n.
[ˈdaɪvɪŋ]
potápění
go diving
explore
v.
[ɪkˈsplɔ:]
bádat, zkoumat
flying
n.
[ˈflaɪɪŋ]
létání
go flying
museum
n.
[mju:ˈzi:әm]
muzeum
visit a museum
parachuting
n.
[ˈpærәʃu:tɪŋ]
parašutismus
go parachuting
planet
n.
[ˈplænәt]
planeta
explore another planet
rainforest
n.
[ˈreɪnˌfɒrәst]
deštný prales
explore a rainforest
[ˌraʊnd ðә ˈwз:ld
trɪp]
cesta kolem světa
go on a round-the-world trip
round-the-world
trip
[sәˈfɑ:ri]
safari
go on a safari
sailing
n.
[ˈseɪlɪŋ]
jachtaření
go sailing
trek
n.
[trek]
cesta, výprava
go on a trek
volcano
n.
[vɒlˈkeɪnәʊ]
sopka
visit a volcano
ambition
n.
[æmˈbɪʃәn]
ctižádost
ambitious
adj.
[æmˈbɪʃәs]
ctižádostivý
ambitiously
adv.
[æmˈbɪʃәsli]
ctižádostivě
brave
adj.
[breɪv]
statečný
bravely
adv.
[ˈbreɪvli]
statečně
bravery
n.
[ˈbreɪvәri]
statečnost
The remarkable bravery made
them into heroes.
darkness
n.
[ˈdɑ:knәs]
tma, temnota
Then came the darkness of the
polar winter.
death
n.
[deθ]
smrt
Scott recorded his death sadly.
despair
n.
[dɪˈspeә]
zoufalství
desperate
adj.
[ˈdespәrәt]
zoufalý
desperately
adv.
[ˈdespәrәtli]
zoufale
desperation
n.
[ˌdespәˈreɪʃәn]
zoufalství,
beznaděj
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n.
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safari
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[әdˈventʃә]
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n.
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adventure
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It was an act of a brave man.
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Scott began to realise their
desperate situation.
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diary
n.
[ˈdaɪәri]
deník, diář
difficult
adj.
[ˈdɪfɪkәlt]
složitý, nesnadný
difficulty
n.
[ˈdɪfɪkәlti]
potíž, nesnáz
His ponies began to have difficulty
with the snow.
disaster
n.
[dɪˈzɑ:stә]
pohroma,
katastrofa
Disaster soon came.
disastrous
adj.
[dɪˈzɑ:strәs]
katastrofální
The news of disastrous expedition
shocked the world.
end
n.
[end]
konec
The end can’t be far.
exhaust
v.
[ɪgˈzɔ:st]
vyčerpat, vysílit
exhausted
adj.
[ɪgˈzɔ:stɪd]
vyčerpaný
exhausting
adj.
[ɪgˈzɔ:stɪŋ]
vyčerpávající
exhaustion
n.
[ɪgˈzɔ:stʃәn]
vyčerpání
expedition
n.
[ˌekspәˈdɪʃәn]
expedice
Captain Scott began his
expedition.
exploration
n.
[ˌeksplәˈreɪʃәn]
badatelství,
zkoumání
history of exploration
explorer
n.
[ɪkˈsplɔ:rә]
badatel,
průzkumník
the Norwegian explorer Roald
Amundsen
fail
v.
[feɪl]
selhat, neuspět
He had failed to win the race.
fossil
n.
[ˈfɒsәl]
zkamenělina
They looked for rocks and fossils.
organisation
n.
[ˌɔ:gәnaɪˈzeɪʃәn]
organizace
organise
v.
[ˈɔ:gәnaɪz]
organizovat,
pořádat
organised
adj.
[ˈɔ:gәnaɪzd]
organizovaný
polar
adj.
[ˈpәʊlә]
polární
Then came the darkness of the
polar winter.
pony
n.
[ˈpәʊni]
poník
His ponies began to have difculty
with the snow.
preparation
n.
[ˌprepәˈreɪʃәn]
příprava
preparation for their expeditions
price
n.
[praɪs]
cena
What a price to pay.
progress
n.
[ˈprәʊgres]
postup, pokrok
They made good progress.
race
n.
[reɪs]
závod
The race to the South Pole was on!
relieved
adj.
[rɪˈli:vd]
utěšený, odlehčený The men felt relieved.
remarkable
adj.
[rɪˈmɑ:kәbәl]
pozoruhodný,
mimořádný
The remarkable bravery made
them into heroes.
rock
n.
[rɒk]
kámen, skála
They looked for rocks and fossils.
[rʌn ˈaʊt әv
ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
dočerpat zásoby
They were running out of food.
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run out of sth
sad
adj.
[sæd]
smutný
sadden
v.
[ˈsædn]
rozesmutnit
Scott wrote in his diary.
The men were exhausted.
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[ˈsædli]
smutně
sadness
n.
[ˈsædnәs]
smutek
He wrote a letter full of sadness.
shock
v.
[ʃɒk]
šokovat
The news of disastrous expedition
shocked the world.
sledge
n.
[sledʒ]
sáně
The sledge was pulled by a team
of dogs.
succeed
v.
[sәkˈsi:d]
uspět
success
n.
[sәkˈses]
úspěch
successful
adj.
[sәkˈsesfәl]
úspěšný
successfully
adv.
[sәkˈsesfәli]
úspěšně
team
n.
[ti:m]
skupina, družstvo,
tým
The sledge was pulled by a team
of dogs.
tent
n.
[tent]
stan
They put food in tents.
terrible
adj.
[ˈterәbәl]
strašný
The weather conditions were
terrible.
widow
n.
[ˈwɪdәʊ]
vdova
a letter to my widow
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[ˌɑ:kiˈɒlәdʒi]
archeologie
My aunt teaches archaeology at
the university.
botanist
n.
[ˈbɒtәnɪst]
botanik
I work as a botanist.
camel
n.
[ˈkæmәl]
velbloud
He has made journeys by camel.
cannibal
n.
[ˈkænәbәl]
lidožrout
She spent time with cannibals.
desert
n.
[ˈdezәt]
poušť
He has made journeys across the
Gobi desert.
environment
n.
[ɪnˈvaɪәrәnmәnt]
prostředí
He has visited remote natural
environments.
ethnographer
n.
[eθˈnɒgrәfә]
etnograf
He works as an ethnographer.
exotic
adj.
[ɪgˈzɒtɪk]
exotický
They make their living by meeting
exotic people.
friend
n.
[frend]
kamarád
He makes friends wherever he
goes.
hang-glide
v.
[ˈhæŋ glaɪd]
létat na rogalu
She is learning to hang-glide.
indigenous
adj.
[ɪnˈdɪdʒәnәs]
původní
a programme about indigenous
culture
living
n.
[ˈlɪvɪŋ]
živobytí
They make their living by meeting
exotic people.
lonely
adj.
[ˈlәʊnli]
osamělý
I don’t get lonely.
microlight
n.
[ˈmaɪkrәʊlaɪt]
ultralehké letadlo
She has travelled by microlight.
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archaeology
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He has lived with Aborigines in
Australia.
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australský
domorodec
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[ˌæbәˈrɪdʒәni]
5
n.
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mid-twenties
n.
[ˌmɪd ˈtwentiz]
polovina dvacátých She has been a travel writer since
let
her mid-twenties.
orchid
n.
[ˈɔ:kɪd]
orchidej
an unknown orchid
remote
adj.
[rɪˈmәʊt]
vzdálený, daleký
He has visited remote natural
environments.
rheumatism
n.
[ˈru:mәtɪzәm]
revmatismus
Chinese medicine can cure
rheumatism.
tribe
n.
[traɪb]
kmen
He has lived with a tribe in New
Guinea.
trip
n.
[trɪp]
výlet, cesta
a trip to Namibia
[ˈwз:k fә, fɔ:]
pracovat pro
He has worked for BBC for years.
back out
[ˌbæk ˈaʊt]
vycouvat
I was nervous and I tried to back
out.
be into sth
[bi ˈɪntә ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
být do něčeho
zapálený
I am really into bungee jumping.
bungee jumping
[ˈbʌndʒi ˈdʒʌmpɪŋ] bungee jumping
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work for
adj.
extreme
n.
mountain biking
[ˈdeɪndʒәrәs]
nebezpečný
[ɪkˌstri:m
ˈmaʊntәn baɪkiŋ]
extrémní jízda
na horském kole
extreme skiing
n.
[ɪkˌstri:m ˈski:ɪŋ]
extrémní lyžování
extreme sport
n.
[ɪkˌstri:m ˈspɔ:t]
extrémní sport
get sth across
[ˌget sʌmθɪŋ
әˈkrɒs]
přejít, akceptovat
go through with
[gәʊ ˈθru: wɪð, wɪθ] provést něco
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dangerous
ice diving
n.
[ˈaɪs ˈdaɪvɪŋ]
potápění pod
ledem
ice-canyoning
n.
[ˌaɪs ˈkænjәnɪŋ]
canyoning
ve zmrzlém
prostředí
Will you ever take up a dangerous
sport?
It’s difcult to get across the
excitement.
My friends persuaded me to go
through with it.
persuade sb to
[pәˈsweɪd ˈsʌmbәdi přesvědčit někoho, My friends persuaded me to go
tә, tʊ]
aby
through with it.
put on clothes
[ˌpʊt ɒn
ˈklәʊðz,ˈklәʊz]
obléct si oblečení
You don’ t have to put on any
special clothes.
set up
[ˌset ˈʌp]
zřídit, složit
You need to set up the equipment.
skiing
n.
[ˈski:ɪŋ]
lyžování
skysurfing
n.
[ˈskaɪˌsз:fɪŋ]
skysurfing
snowboarding
n.
[ˈsnәʊbɔ:dɪŋ]
snowboarding
snowrafting
n.
[ˈsnәʊrɑ:ftɪŋ]
snowrafting
[ˌteɪk ˈʌp]
nabrat, zahájit
take up
Will you ever take up a dangerous
sport?
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white water
rafting
n.
[ˌtз:n ˈʌp fә
ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
dostavit se na
[ˌwaɪt wɔ:tә
ˈrɑ:ftɪŋ]
raftování na divoké
vodě
I turned up for my first jump.
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nudný
campsite
n.
[ˈkæmpsaɪt]
kemp
cold
adj.
[kәʊld]
studený
comfortable
adj.
[ˈkʌmftәbәl,
ˈkʌmfәt-]
pohodlný
eco-tourism
n.
[ˈi:kәʊ ˈtʊәrɪzәm]
ekoturistika
educational
adj.
[ˌedjʊˈkeɪʃәnәl]
výukový
exciting
adj.
[ɪkˈsaɪtɪŋ]
vzrušující
expensive
adj.
[ɪkˈspensɪv]
drahý
[ˌfɔ: wi:l ˈdraɪv]
auto s náhonem
na 4 kola
four-wheel-drive n.
luxurious
adj.
[lʌgˈzjʊәriәs,
lәgˈʒʊәriәs]
luxusní
price
v.
[praɪs]
ocenit
privacy
n.
[ˈprɪvәsi]
soukromí
reasonably
adv.
[ˈri:zәnәbli]
rozumně
reserve
n.
[rɪˈzз:v]
rezervace
safe
adj.
[seɪf]
bezpečný
sunny
adj.
[ˈsʌni]
slunečný
tiring
adj.
[ˈtaɪәrɪŋ]
únavný
uncomfortable
adj.
[ʌnˈkʌmftәbәl,
ʌnˈkʌmfәt-]
nepohodlný
value
n.
[ˈvælju:]
hodnota
variety
n.
[vәˈraɪәti]
různorodost
Two weeks on safari in the
reserves.
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proměnlivý
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[ˈtʃeɪndʒәbәl]
Transport by four wheel-drive
vehicles.
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adj.
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changeable
We’re staying on a campsite.
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[ˈbɔ:rɪŋ]
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[ˈædvз:t]
inzerát, reklama
Read the advert.
dream
v.
[dri:m]
snít
Are you dreamingabout exciting
holidays?
miss sb
v.
[ˈmɪs ˈsʌmbәdi]
postrádat někoho
I miss you.
smoky
adj.
[ˈsmәʊki]
zakouřený
The tea tastes slightly smoky.
splitting
adj.
[ˈsplɪtɪŋ]
bolestivý
I have a splitting headache.
stunning
adj.
[ˈstʌnɪŋ]
okouzlující,
úchvatný
Mount Everest looks absolutely
stunning.
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trekker
n.
[ˈtrekә]
cestovatel
We understand the needs of
trekkers.
trekking
n.
[ˈtrekɪŋ]
cestování
Trekking cen be hard work.
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biography
n.
[baɪˈɒgrәfi]
short biography of Alexander
životopis, biografie a
Mackenzie
constitutional
monarchy
n.
[kɒnstәtju:ʃәnәl
'mɒnәki]
konstituční
monarchie
Canada is a constitutional
monarchy.
base
n.
[beɪs]
základna
The scientists worked from their
base in Antarctica.
dolphin
n.
[ˈdɒlfɪn]
delfín
It is popular because of the wildlife,
such as penguins, whales and
dolphins.
ecosystem
n.
[ˈi:kәʊˌsɪstәm]
ekosystém
They are studying the climate and
the ecosystem.
inhospitable
adj.
[ˌɪnhɒˈspɪtәbәl]
nehostinný
Antarctica is an inhospitable place.
penguin
n.
[ˈpeŋgwɪn]
tučňák
It is popular because of the wildlife,
such as penguins, whales and
dolphins.
permanently
adv.
[ˈpз:mәnәntli]
stále, permanentně Nobody can live there permanently.
rapidly
adv.
[ˈræpәdli]
velmi rychle
The tourism is growing rapidly.
scientific
adj.
[ˌsaɪәnˈtɪfɪk]
vědecký
scientific studies
whale
n.
[weɪl]
velryba
It is popular because of the wildlife,
such as penguins, whales and
dolphins.
climbing
n.
[ˈklaɪmɪŋ]
lezení
climbing a volcano
fascinating
adj.
[ˈfæsәneɪtɪŋ]
fascinující
frightening
adj.
[ˈfraɪtnɪŋ]
děsivý
challenging
adj.
[ˈtʃælәndʒɪŋ]
náročný
Running a marathon can be
challenging.
[ɔ:lˈredi]
už
I’ve seen that film already.
[dɑ:k]
tma, temnota
It gets dark in the evening.
horolezectví
He could go rock climbing for
a day.
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adv.
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dark
adj.
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rock climbing
n.
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adj.
[ˌfed ˈʌp]
(být) otrávený
Everyone got fed up.
instructor
n.
[ɪnˈstrʌktә]
instruktor
Our instructor had to dive in after
him.
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crime
n.,
adj.
[kraɪm]
zločin, kriminální
detective
n.,
adj.
[dɪˈtektɪv]
detektiv, detektivní
educational
adj.
[ˌedjʊˈkeɪʃәnәl]
výchovný,
vzdělávací
exciting
adj.
[ɪkˈsaɪtɪŋ]
vzrušující
fantastic
adj.
[fænˈtæstɪk]
fantastický,
skvělý, založený
na fantazii
fascinating
adj.
[ˈfæsәneɪtɪŋ]
fascinující
funny
adj.
[ˈfʌni]
zábavný, legrační
ghost
n.
[gәʊst]
duch
hilarious
adj.
[hɪˈleәriәs]
velmi veselý
historical
adj.
[hɪˈstɒrɪkәl]
historický
horror
n.
[ˈhɒrә]
horor
imaginative
adj.
[ɪˈmædʒәnәtɪv]
nápaditý,
vynalézavý
interesting
adj.
[ˈɪntrәstɪŋ]
zajímavý
love
n.
[lʌv]
láska
outstanding
adj.
[aʊtˈstændɪŋ]
výjimečný
romantic
adj.
[rәʊˈmæntɪk, rә-]
romantický
scary
adj.
[ˈskeәri]
děsivý
[ˌsaɪәns ˈfɪkʃәn]
sci-fi
science fiction
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složitý
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adj.
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complicated
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dobrodružství,
dobrodružný
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[әdˈventʃә]
2
n.,
adj.
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adventure
n.
[spaɪ]
špión
travel
n.
[ˈtrævәl]
cestování, cesta
[ә ˈbɪt]
trochu
a bit eccentric
[ˈæbsәlu:tli,
ˈæbsәˈlu:tli]
úplně, absolutně
She was now absolutely convinced
her husband was mad.
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a bit
adv.
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absolutely
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anarchist
n.
[ˈænәkɪst]
anarchista
The anarchist waved goodbye and
left.
astonished
adj.
[әˈstɒnɪʃt]
ohromený
He shouted to the astonished
shoppers.
bacillus
n.
[bәˈsɪlәs]
bacil
This is the famous cholera bacillus.
bacteria
n.
[bækˈtɪәriә]
bakterie
I’ll have to prepare more bakteria.
cab
n.
[kæb]
taxík, drožka
Her husband stopped another cab
and followed her.
convinced
adj.
[kәnˈvɪnst]
přesvědčený
She was now absolutely convinced
her husband was mad.
eccentric
adj.
[ɪkˈsentrɪk]
excentrický
He is a bit eccentric.
[get ˈaʊt әv, ɒv]
vystoupit z
He got out of the cab.
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get out of
cholera
n.
[ˈkɒlәrә]
cholera
I’ll be the first person with cholera!
laboratory
n.
[lәˈbɒrәtri]
laboratoř
He got back to the laboratory.
[ˈlʊk әt, æt]
dívat se na
The young man looked at the test
tube.
look at
microscope
n.
[ˈmaɪkrәskәʊp]
mikroskop
He put it under the microscope.
quite
adv.
[kwaɪt]
docela
quite afraid
rather
adv.
[ˈrɑ:ðә]
docela, spíše,
poměrně
rather nervous
shout
v.
[ʃaʊt]
křičet
He shouted to the astonished
shoppers.
slide
n.
[slaɪd]
krycí sklíčko
He took a glass slide.
slippers
n.
[ˈslɪpәz]
bačkory
Her husband, in his slippers, was
running after him.
test tube
n.
[ˈtest tju:b]
zkumavka
The scientist picked up a test tube.
top hat
n.
[ˌtɒp ˈhæt]
cylindr
His wife was holding his top hat,
shoes and coat.
[weɪv]
mávat
(na rozloučenou)
The anarchist waved goodbye and
left.
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love
n.
[lʌv]
láska
Love hit me when I was twelve.
variety show
n.
[vәˈraɪәti ʃәʊ]
varietní
představení
She went to a variety show with
me.
candy
n.
[ˈkændi]
bonbóny, cukroví
A candy vendor was standing
outside the theater.
vendor
n.
[vendә]
prodavač
A candy vendor was standing
outside the theater.
actor
n.
[ˈæktә]
herec
She was louder than the actors’
voices.
mad
adj.
[mæd]
šílený
I am mad about you.
toss (- a coin)
v.
[tɒs]
losovat
(hozením mince)
I am going to toss a coin.
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n.
[hedz]
„panna“ (na minci)
If it’s heads, you get to ride home.
tails (coin)
n.
[teɪlz]
„orel“ (na minci)
If it’s tails, I ride home.
coin (toss a -)
n.
[kɔɪn]
mince
I am going to toss a coin.
coconut
n.
[ˈkәʊkәnʌt]
kokos
Lucy saw her favourite coconut
candy.
action
n.,
adj.
[ˈækʃәn]
akce, akční
an action film
actress
n.
[ˈæktrәs]
herečka
[ˌbreɪk ˈʌp wɪð]
rozejít se s někým
She was nearly breaking up
with her husband.
I thought it was absolutely brilliant.
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adj.
[ˈbrɪljәnt]
skvělý, výborný
cartoon
n.
[kɑ:ˈtu:n]
kreslený film
comedy
n.
[ˈkɒmәdi]
komedie
costumes
n.
[ˈkɒstjʊmz]
kostýmy
dialogue
n.
[ˈdaɪәlɒg]
dialog, rozhovor
disaster
n.
[dɪˈzɑ:stә]
katastrofa,
pohroma
[ˈfɔ:l fә, fɔ:]
zamilovat se
do někoho
[ˈfæntәsi]
fantastický příběh
[gәʊ ˈaʊt wɪð
ˈsʌmbәdi]
chodit s někým
The young kid who wants to go out
with the American girl.
My favourite character was the old
rock singer.
n.
postava
love
n.
[lʌv]
láska
music
n.
[ˈmju:zɪk]
hudba
musical
n.
[ˈmju:zɪkәl]
muzikál
part (=role)
n.
[pɑ:t]
role
photography
n.
[fәˈtɒgrәfi]
kamera
plot
n.
[plɒt]
obsah děje
scene
n.
[si:n]
scéna
[ˈsi: ˈsʌmθɪŋ ɪn
ˈsʌmbәdi]
vidět na někom
něco
see sth in sb
The plot was nothing special.
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[ˈkærɪktә]
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n.
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character
The Prime Minister fell
for his secretary.
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go out with sb
There were some good dialogues.
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fantasy
a romatic comedy
3
fall for sb
2
brilliant
1
break up
with sb
I don’t know what I saw in him.
[ˌsɪtʃuˈeɪʃәn]
situace
special effects
n.
[ˌspeʃәl ɪˈfekts]
speciální efekty
The special effects were brilliant.
storyline
n.
[ˈstɔ:rilaɪn]
příběhová linie
There are 9 different storylines in
Love Actually.
thriller
n.
[ˈθrɪlә]
napínavý film,
thriller
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n.
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war
n.
[wɔ:]
válka
western
n.
[ˈwestәn]
western
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activist
n.
[ˈæktәvɪst]
aktivista
The three young civil right activists
are driving along.
arrest
v.
[әˈrest]
zatknout
They arrest them all.
civil rights
n.
[ˌsɪvәl ˈraɪts]
občanská práva
the civil rights movement
deputy
n.
[ˈdepjәti]
zástupce
the deputy of the town sheriff
[ɪˈmз:dʒәnsi
ˈsз:vɪs]
záchranná služba
I rang the emergency services.
[ˈʃerәf]
šerif
town sheriff
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service
sheriff
n.
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coward
n.
[ˈkaʊәd]
zbabělec
gang
n.
[gæŋ]
gang
Jesse and his gang had been the
most wanted and violent outlaws.
[get әˈweɪ]
uniknout
Jesse got away but was later shot.
get away
n.
[greɪv]
hrob
outlaw
v.
[ˈaʊtlɔ:]
zločinec, psanec
Jesse and his gang had been the
most wanted and violent outlaws.
rob
v.
[rɒb]
loupit
They robbed a bank in Ohio.
shoot
v.
[ʃu:t]
střílet
Jesse got away but was later shot.
steal
v.
[sti:l]
krást
They stole from the rich and gave
to the poor.
victim
n.
[ˈvɪktәm]
oběť
Their favourite victims were
Northern banks.
wanted
adj.
[ˈwɒntɪd]
hledaný
Jesse and his gang had been the
most wanted and violent outlaws.
n.
[ˈfɪʃәmәn]
rybář
A fisherman sailed home after
a day’s work.
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completely
adv.
[kәmˈpli:tli]
úplně
I think you are completely correct.
incredibly
adv.
[ɪnˈkredәbli]
neuvěřitelně
He shouted at her incredibly loudly.
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balloon
n.
[bәˈlu:n]
balón
commuter
n.
[kәˈmju:tә]
dojíždějící
cyclist
n.
[ˈsaɪklɪst]
cyklista
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[draɪv]
řídit auto
drive
n.
[draɪv]
jízda autem
ferry
n.
[ˈferi]
trajekt
flight
n.
[flaɪt]
let
go
v.
[gәʊ]
jet vlakem,
autobusem, atd.
(- by train, bus, etc)
go
v.
[gәʊ]
jet náklaďákem,
autem, atd.
(- in a lorry, car, etc)
go (- on foot)
v.
[gәʊ]
jít pěšky
helicopter
n.
[ˈhelɪkɒptә]
vrtulník,
helikoptéra
hoverdraft
n.
[ˈhɒvәkrɑ:ft]
vznášedlo
journey
n.
[ˈdʒз:ni]
cesta
lorry
n.
[ˈlɒri]
nákladní vozidlo
lorry driver
n.
[ˈlɒri ˈdraɪvә]
řidič nákladního
vozidla
motorcyclist
n.
[ˈmәʊtәˌsaɪklɪst]
motocyklista
motorist
n.
[ˈmәʊtәrɪst]
motorista
passenger
n.
[ˈpæsɪndʒә]
cestující, pasažér
pedestrian
adj.
[pәˈdestriәn]
chodec
ship
n.
[ʃɪp]
loď
travel
n.
[ˈtrævәl]
cestování
trip
n.
[trɪp]
výlet
underground
adj.
[ˈʌndәgraʊnd]
podzemní dráha,
metro
van
n.
[væn]
dodávka
yacht
n.
[jɒt]
jachta, plachetnice
accident
n.
[ˈæksәdәnt]
dopravní nehoda
air pollution
n.
[ˈeә pәˌlu:ʃәn]
znečištění ovzduší
block
n.
[blɒk]
blok
I had to drag my overweight bag
eight blocks.
brutal
adj.
[ˈbru:tәl]
brutální, surový
It is a place of dark and brutal
winters.
consider
v.
[kәnˈsɪdә]
zvážit, uvážit
This question is worth considering.
drag
v.
[dræg]
táhnout, vláčet
I had to drag my overweight bag
eight blocks.
extortionate
adj.
[ɪkˈstɔ:ʃәnәt]
vyděračský,
přemrštěný
I paid the extortionate 1,200-kroner
bus fare.
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leap
(- into clothes)
v.
[li:p]
skočit
(do oblečení)
I had to leap into my clothes.
loop
n.
[lu:p]
smyčka, klička
Look at the loop of the y.
overcrowding
n.
[ˌәʊvәˈkraʊdɪŋ]
přeplnění
oversleep
v.
[ˌәʊvәˈsli:p]
zaspat
queue
n.
[kju:]
fronta
reservation
n.
[ˌrezәˈveɪʃәn]
rezervace
roadwork
n.
[ˈrәʊdwз:k]
práce na vozovce
seat
n.
[si:t]
sedadlo
If this Bernt Bjornson doesn’t show
up, can I have his seat?
[ˌʃәʊ ˈʌp]
objevit se
If this Bernt Bjornson doesn’t show
up, can I have his seat?
I picked my way through the slush
of Oslo.
show up
slush
n.
[slʌʃ]
břečka
traffic jam
n.
[ˈtræfɪk dʒæm]
dopravní zácpa
I had overslept at the hotel.
She had no record of my
resevation.
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n.
[aɪl]
ulička
Get a seat near the aisle or near an
emergency exit.
claustrophobia
n.
[ˌklɔ:strәˈfәʊbiә]
klaustrofobie
As for the claustrophobia, get
a seat near the aisle or near an
emergency exit.
claustrophobic
adj.
[ˌklɔ:strәˈfәʊbɪk]
klaustrofobní
I get claustrophobic on planes!
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aisle
vyhovět We reduce the engine noise to
[kәmˈplaɪ wɪð, wɪθ] odpovídat,
(čemu)
comply with noise pollution laws.
comply with
n.
[ɪˌmз:dʒәnsi ˈegzɪt, nouzový východ
ˈeksɪt]
Get a seat near the aisle or near an
emergency exit.
flight attendant
n.
[ˈflaɪt әˌtendәnt]
letuška
The flight attendant started talking
about life jackets.
food tray
n.
[ˈfu:d treɪ]
tác s jídlem
honeymoon
n.
[ˈhʌnimu:n]
líbánky
I have been looking at places to go
for our honeymoon.
invader
n.
[ɪnˈveɪdә]
vetřelec
I’ve been playing space invaders.
life jacket
n.
[ˈlaɪf ˈdʒækɪt]
záchranná vesta
The flight attendant started talking
about life jackets.
outback
[ˈaʊtbæk]
australský venkov
I lived in the Australian outback.
overhead locker
[ˈәʊvәhed,
ˈәʊvәˈhed ˈlɒkә]
úložný prostor nad
hlavou
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emergency exit
pilot
n.
[ˈpaɪlәt]
pilot
seat belt
n.
[ˈsi:t belt]
bezpečnostní pás
take-off
n.
[ˈteɪk ɒf]
odlet
I was very afraid not long after
take-off.
terrified
adj.
[ˈterәfaɪd]
vyděšený
I am terrified on planes.
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n.
[ˈbægɪdʒ]
zavazadla
boarding card
n.
[ˈbɔ:dɪŋ kɑ:d]
palubní vstupenka Here is your boarding card.
carriage
n.
[ˈkærɪdʒ]
vagón
customs
n.
[ˈkʌstәmz]
celní kontrola
gate
n.
[geɪt]
vstup, vchod
check-in
n.
[ˈtʃek ɪn]
odbavení
information
desk
n.
[ˌɪnfәˈmeɪʃәn desk] informační
přepážka
luggage
n.
[ˈlʌgɪdʒ]
passport
control
n.
[ˈpɑ:spɔ:t kәnˌtrәʊl] pasová kontrola
Go through passport control now.
platform
n.
[ˈplætfɔ:m]
nástupiště
What platform does it go from?
ticket collector
n.
[ˈtɪkәt kәˌlektә]
průvodčí, výběrčí
lístků
trolley
n.
[ˈtrɒli]
vozík
It goes from gate twenty-one.
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zavazadla
hand baggage
How much luggage have you got,
sir?
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accommodation n.
n.
after-sun cream n.
stejně tak jako
It is crowded as well as expensive.
[әˌkɒmәˈdeɪʃәn]
ubytování
The accommodation is expensive.
[әˈdɪʃәn]
kromě toho, nadto,
navíc
[ˌɑ:ftә ˈsʌn kri:m]
krém po opalování This after-sun cream is good.
headache
n.
[ˈhedeɪk]
bolest hlavy
highlight
v.
[ˈhaɪlaɪt]
zdůraznit,
upozornit na
however
adv.
[haʊˈevә]
avšak
mugging
n.
[ˈmʌgɪŋ]
přepadení
on the one hand n.
[hænd]
na jednu stranu
on the other
hand
n.
[hænd]
na druhou stranu
pedestrian
crossing
n.
[pәˌdestriәn
ˈkrɒsɪŋ]
přechod pro
chodce
sore throat
n.
[ˌsɔ: ˈθrәʊt]
bolavý krk
[ˌsʌm ˈʌp]
shrnout
sum up
This report highlights what tourists
like about London.
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[kәʊld]
7
n.
6
cold
5
addition
[wel]
4
adv.
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n.
[ˈsʌnbз:n]
you give me something
spálení od sluníčka Can
for sunburn?
tablet
n.
[ˈtæblәt]
tableta
These tablets should settle your
stomach.
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tube station
n.
[ˈtju:b ˈsteɪʃәn]
stanice metra
It happened right outside the tube
station.
upset
adj.
[ˌʌpˈset]
podrážděný
Can you give me something for
an upset stomach, please?
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ballooning
n.
[bәˈlu:nɪŋ]
létání balónem
There are plenty of places for
balooning.
calculate
v.
[ˈkælkjәleɪt]
kalkulovat, počítat
We still calculate distances in
miles.
infamous
adj.
[ˈɪnfәmәs]
neslavně známý
the infamous M25 around London
knowledge
n.
[ˈnɒlɪdʒ]
znalosti
They study for 18 months to get
“the knowledge”.
narrow
adj.
[ˈnærәʊ]
úzký
Go on a narrow boat.
[ˌsɪt ˈbæk]
sedět opřeně
Just sit back and relax.
[tәʊl]
poplatek, mýtné
toll motorways
sit back
n.
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current affairs
n.
[ˌkʌrәnt әˈfeәz]
události (zejména
na politické scéně)
documentary
n.
[ˌdɒkjәˈmentәri]
dokumentární film
game show
n.
[ˈgeɪm ʃәʊ]
televizní kvíz,
soutěžní pořad
chat room
n.
[ˈtʃæt ru:m, rʊm]
chatroom, místnost
na chatu
chat show
n.
[ˈtʃæt ʃәʊ]
talk show
news
n.
[nju:z]
zprávy
reality show
n.
[riˈælәti ʃәʊ]
reality show
soap opera
n.
[ˈsәʊp ˈɒpәrә]
seriál, telenovela
update
n.
[ˈʌpdeɪt]
nejnovější
informace po sms
vote
v.
[vәʊt]
volit
website
n.
[ˈwebsaɪt]
webová stránka
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all-weather
adj.
[ˈɔ:l weðә]
do každého počasí an all-weather ice rink
barmy
adj.
[ˈbɑ:mi]
ztřeštěný, bláznivý It is barmy we can afford to do this.
consecutive
adj.
[kәnˈsekjәtɪv]
následný,
po sobě jdoucí
second consecutive year
of flat UK sales
corner shop
n.
[ˈkɔ:nә ʃɒp]
malý obchod
many smaller corner s potravinami
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adj.
[flæt]
mrtvý, stagnující
(obchod)
a second consecutive year of flat
UK sales
ice rink
n.
[ˈaɪs rɪŋk]
kluziště
an all-weather ice rink
monitor
n.
[ˈmɒnɪtә]
pozorovatel,
dohled
Trained monitors will offer skating
tips.
newsagent
n.
[ˈnju:zˌeɪdʒәnt]
tabák, trafika
many smaller newsagents
reject sth for sth
[rɪˈdʒekt ˈsʌmθɪŋ fә odmítnout něco
ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
pro něco
She rejected his marriage proposal
for the chance to live in Canada.
[ˈslәʊdaʊn]
zpomalení
The slowdown was unusual.
sparkle
n.
[ˈspɑ:kәl]
jiskra
They want to put sparkle back into
fizzy drinks.
text message
n.
[ˈtekst ˈmesɪdʒ]
sms, textová
zpráva
It is advertising in mobile phone
text messages.
top-up card
n.
[ˈtɒp ʌp ˈkɑ:d]
dobíjecí kupón
na mobilní telefon
Britain’s teenagers are rejecting
sweets in favour of mobile phone
top-up cards.
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[eɪd]
pomoc
Aid is going to be sent by many
countries.
casualty
n.
[ˈkæʒuәlti]
oběť
nehody/ neštěstí
The exact number of casualties
cannot be confirmed.
earthquake
n.
[ˈз:θkweɪk]
zemětřesení
An earthquake caused a massive
“tsunami”.
homeless
adj.
[ˈhәʊmlәs]
bez domova
Many more will be left homeless.
[ˈreskju: ti:m]
teams are being flown in
záchranná skupina Rescue
from Europe.
trosky
Most of the buildings are said to be
in ruins.
wave
n.
[weiv]
vlna
The villages were destroyed by the
huge waves.
Richter scale
n.
[ˈrɪktә skeɪl]
Richterova
stupnice/škála
The earthquake registered 8.9 on
the Richter scale.
hamper
v.
[ˈhæmpә]
vadit, překážet
Difficult conditions had hampered
their journey.
snake-eye
camera
n.
[ˌsneɪk aɪ ˈkæmәrә] kamera
s periskopem
The team usedsnake-eye cameras.
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[ˈru:inz]
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n.
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ruins
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n.
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aid
rescue team
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n.
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bug sb
[ˈbʌg ˈsʌmbәdi]
dát někomu štěnici People don’t bug you.
[sәˈlebrәti]
celebrita, známá
osobnost
fame
n.
[feɪm]
sláva
fan (=supporter) n.
[fæn]
fanoušek
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mass hysteria
masové šílenství/
hysterie
paparazzi
n.
[ˌpæpәˈrætsi]
paparazzi
Paparazzi are aggressive
photographers.
press
n.
[pres]
tisk
It is more difficult to hide
from the press.
rubbish
n.
[ˈrʌbɪʃ]
nesmysly
There is a lot of rubbish
(=nonsense) in the papers
nowadays.
[stɑ:]
hvězda
[stres]
stres
turn against sb
[ˌtз:n әˈgenst
ˈsʌmbәdi]
obrátit se proti
někomu
turn over to
[ˌtз:n ˈәʊvә tә, tʊ]
přepnout
to turn over to another channel
turn sth on
[ˌtз:n sʌmθɪŋ ˈɒn]
zapnout něco
to turn the TV on
turn up
[ˌtз:n ˈʌp]
objevit se
to turn up at your house
treatment for Internet addicts
star (=celebrity) n.
stress
n.
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[mæs hɪˈstɪәriә]
addict
n.
[ˈædɪkt]
závislý člověk
columnist
n.
[ˈkɒlәmnɪst]
got a famous columnist on
sloupkář, publicista We’ve
today’s programme.
couch potato
n.
[ˈkaʊtʃ pәˌteɪtәʊ]
“televizní povaleč”
despite
prep. [dɪˈspaɪt]
is executed despite being
navzdory, přestože She
innocent of any crime.
devious
adj.
[ˈdi:viәs]
úchylný, deviantní
She plays devious Anne Boleyn.
episode
n.
[ˈepәsәʊd]
epizoda, část
Don’t miss the second episode
next Sunday!
hacker
n.
[ˈhækә]
hacker
a computer hacker
journalist
n.
[ˈdʒз:nәl-ɪst]
novinář
a newspaper journalist
newsreader
n.
[ˈnju:zˌri:dә]
moderátor zpráv
He is a TV newsreader and
presenter.
presenter
n.
[prɪˈzentә]
moderátor
He is a TV newsreader and
presenter.
tournament
n.
[ˈtʊәnәmәnt]
turnaj
Henry fights in a tournament.
I’ve returned from a car-wash.
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We are becoming a nation of
couch potatoes.
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car-wash
n.
[ˈkɑ: wɒʃ]
myčka aut
dry cleaner’s
n.
[ˌdraɪ ˈkli:nәz]
čistírna
[flæt ˈtaɪә]
píchnutá
pneumatika
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ironmonger’s
n.
[ˈaɪәnˌmʌŋgәz]
železářství
jeweller’s
n.
[ˈdʒu:әlәz]
klenotník
I’ve got a flat tyre.
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n.
[ˈmænɪkjʊәrɪst]
manikérka
optician
n.
[ɒpˈtɪʃәn]
optik
pierce
v.
[pɪәs]
propíchnout
plumber
n.
[ˈplʌmә]
instalatér
service
v.
[ˈsз:vɪs]
provést údržbu
auta
tailor
n.
[ˈteɪlә]
krejčí
tyre
n.
[taɪә]
pneumatika
[ˈhaʊnd ˈsʌmbәdi]
honit, štvát
The press still hounded her.
She’s not going to ask anyone to
pierce her ears.
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We’ve had the car serviced at last!
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n.
[ˈpɑ:tnәʃɪp]
partnerství
It was the start of their long-lasting
partnership.
popular
adj.
[ˈpɒpjәlә]
populární
Elton’s concerts were enormously
popular.
popularity
n.
[ˌpɒpjәˈlærәti]
popularita
single
n.
[ˈsɪŋgәl]
singl
treadmill
n.
[ˈtredmɪl]
šlapací/běhací
přístroj
celebrate
v.
[ˈselәbreɪt]
slavit, oslavovat,
vynášet
celebrity
n.
[sәˈlebrәti]
celebrita, známá
osobnost
musician
n.
[mju:ˈzɪʃәn]
hudebník, muzikant
popular
adj.
[ˈpɒpjәlә]
populární
popularity
n.
[ˌpɒpjәˈlærәti]
popularita
publicity
n.
[pәˈblɪsәti]
uveřejnit,
publikovat
publish
v.
[ˈpʌblɪʃ]
reklama,
propagace
v.
[sз:f]
surfovat
to surf the Internet
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partnership
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hound sb
a four-year run of (pop music)
sixteen single hits
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Elton’s concerts were enormously
popular.
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adj.
[ˌglæm]
atraktivní
David and Victoria Beckham are
Britain’s number one glam couple.
glum
adj.
[ˈglʌm]
mrzutý, nevrlý
Why are you so glum?
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amusing
adj.
[әˈmju:zɪŋ]
zábavný
attractive
adj.
[әˈtræktɪv]
atraktivní
awful
adj.
[ˈɔ:fәl]
hrozný, strašný
bargain
n.
[ˈbɑ:gәn]
výhodná koupě
boring
adj.
[ˈbɔ:rɪŋ]
nudný
brilliant
adj.
[ˈbrɪljәnt]
úžasný
clever
adj.
[ˈklevә]
chytrý
colourful
adj.
[ˈkʌlәfәl]
barevný
cool (=good)
adj.
[ku:l]
senzační
cool
adj.
[ku:l]
chladný
delicious
adj.
[dɪˈlɪʃәs]
velmi chutný,
lahodný
distinctive
adj.
[dɪˈstɪŋktɪv]
zřetelný, výrazný
dull
adj.
[dʌl]
hloupý, mdlý
durable
adj.
[ˈdjʊәrәbәl]
trvanlivý, odolný
flavour
n.
[ˈfleɪvә]
příchuť
high
adj.
[haɪ]
vysoký
offensive
adj.
[әˈfensɪv]
urážlivý, výbojný
opinion
n.
[әˈpɪnjәn]
názor
reliable
adj.
[rɪˈlaɪәbәl]
spolehlivý
ridiculous
adj.
[rɪˈdɪkjәlәs]
trapný
serious
adj.
[ˈsɪәriәs]
vážný
sexist
adj.
[ˈseksɪst]
sexistický
shocking
adj.
[ˈʃɒkɪŋ]
šokující
silly
adj.
[ˈsɪli]
hloupý
stylish
adj.
[ˈstaɪlɪʃ]
stylový, vkusný,
módní
successful
adj.
[sәkˈsesfәl]
úspěšný
tasteless
adj.
[ˈteɪstlәs]
nevkusný
tasty
adj.
[ˈteɪsti]
chutný, vkusný
terrible
adj.
[ˈterәbәl]
hrozný, strašný
top (- quality)
adj.
[tɒp]
nejvyšší kvalita
unique
adj.
[ju:ˈni:k]
unikátní, originální
unusual
adj.
[ʌnˈju:ʒuәl, -ʒәl]
neobvyklý
waterproof
adj.
[ˈwɔ:tәpru:f]
vodotěsný,
nepromokavý
weird
adj.
[wɪәd]
divný
(=temperature)
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lehké jako facka
It is a piece of cake to use.
art form
n.
[ˈɑ:t fɔ:m]
umělecká forma
breath
n.
[breθ]
dech, závan
cake
n.
[keɪk]
koláč
capture
v.
[ˈkæptʃә]
zachytit, zadržet
You will capture those important
moments.
compact
adj.
[kәmˈpækt,
ˈkɒmpækt]
kompaktní
It has a stylish, compact shape.
debut
n.
[ˈdeɪbju:]
debut
debut performance
dreamy
adj.
[ˈdri:mi]
snivý, zasněný
dreamy melodies
edge
n.
[edʒ]
okraj, hrana
We have the edge over all other
models.
exaggeration
n.
[ɪgˌzædʒәˈreɪʃәn]
přehánění
Which parts are exaggerations?
exclusive
adj.
[ɪkˈsklu:sɪv]
exkluzivní
exclusive resorts
five-star
adj.
[ˈfaɪv stɑ:]
pětihvězdičkový
five-star restaurants
[ˌflæt ˈskri:n]
plochá obrazovka
View the on the flat screen.
flat screen
She is a breath of fresh air.
n.
[ˈhʌni]
med
As smooth as honey.
charger
n.
[ˈtʃɑ:dʒә]
nabíječka
a car charger for mobile phone
irresistible
adj.
[ˌɪrәˈzɪstәbәl]
neodolatelný
It will make you even more
irresistible!
legendary
adj.
[ˈledʒәndәri]
legendární
legendary jazz singers
[ˌaʊt әv ðɪs ˈwз:ld]
nesmírně dobrý,
příjemný
out-of-this-world experience
out-of-this-world adj.
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adj.
[rɪˈfreʃɪŋ]
osvěžující
resort
n.
[rɪˈzɔ:t]
letovisko
exclusive resorts
scent
n.
[sent]
vůně
masculine scent
sensual
adj.
[ˈsenʃuәl]
smyslný
[ˌsɪt ˈbæk]
sedět vzpřímeně
Just sit back and enjoy yourself!
It is not to be sniffed at!
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refreshing
sit back
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honey
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voda po holení
3
[ˈɑ:ftәˌʃeɪv]
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n.
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a piece of cake
[snɪf]
čichat, vdechovat
nosem
snorkelling
n.
[ˈsnɔ:kәlɪŋ]
šnorchlování
special
adj.
[ˈspeʃәl]
zvláštní, extra
Her voice is something special.
suite
n.
[swi:t]
apartmá
luxurious suites
tempt
v.
[tempt]
zlákat, pokoušet
Which advert tempted you most?
tuition
n.
[tjuˈɪʃәn]
vyučování
We give free, professional tuition.
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body building
n.
[ˈbɒdi ˈbɪldɪŋ]
posilování,
formování postavy Guaranteed bodybuilding method.
greeting
n.
[ˈgri:tɪŋ]
pozdrav
birthday greetings
guaranteed
adj.
[ˌgærәnˈti:d]
zaručený,
garantovaný
Guaranteed bodybuilding method.
instructor
n.
[ɪnˈstrʌktә]
instruktor
Patient female driving instructor.
[ɪnˌtensɪv ˈkɔ:s]
intenzivní kurz
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lonely hearts
n.
[ˌlәʊnli ˈhɑ:ts]
osamělá srdce
lost and found
n.
[ˌlɒst әn ˈfaʊnd]
ztráty a nálezy
[bi ˈteɪkәn ˈɪn]
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be taken in
collar
n.
[ˈkɒlә]
límec
enough
adv.
[ɪˈnʌf]
dost
It is not big enough in the sleeves.
fade
v.
[feɪd]
vyblednout
to fade in the wash
gadget
n.
[ˈgædʒɪt]
přístroj
to buy a gadget
help out with sth
[ˌhelp ˈaʊt wɪð
ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
pomoct někomu
s něčím
They will help you out with
a problem.
read through
[ˌri:d ˈθru: ˈsʌmθɪŋ] pročíst si něco
to read through sth the guarantee
receipt
n.
[rɪˈsi:t]
paragon, pokladní
doklad
Have you got a receipt?
refund
v.
[rɪˈfʌnd]
refundovat, vrátit
peníze
I can’t refund your money without
a receipt.
ring sb up
[ˌrɪŋ sʌmbәdi ˈʌp]
někomu zavolat
Have you ever rung up your local
consumer protection organisation?
shop around
[ˌʃɒp әˈraʊnd]
rozhlédnout se
po obchodech
to shop around in different places
shrink
v.
[ʃrɪŋk]
srazit se
to shrink in the wash
sleeve
n.
[sli:v]
rukáv
It is not big enough in the sleeves.
start off by
[ˌstɑ:t ˈɒf baɪ]
začít něčím
to start off by explaining the
problem
take sth back
něco
[ˌteɪk sʌmθɪŋ ˈbæk] odnést
zpátky
to take it back to the shop
throw sth away
[ˌθrәʊ sʌmθɪŋ
әˈweɪ]
něco zahodit
to throw away the receipt
[taɪt]
těsný
It is too tight around the collar.
[ˌtraɪ sʌmθɪŋ ˈɒn]
zkusit si něco
to try the clothes on
[ˈwɒʃәbәl]
pratelné v pračce
It is machine washable.
tight
adj.
try sth on
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washable
(machine -)
adj.
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proti
I am totally against…
favour
n.
[ˈfeɪvә]
laskavost, přízeň
I am in favour of government
control.
funny
adj.
[ˈfʌni]
zábavný, vtipný
The washing powder ad is funny.
manipulate
v.
[mәˈnɪpjʊleɪt]
manipulovat
Advertising manipulates people.
washing
n.
[ˈwɒʃɪŋ ˈpaʊdә]
prášek na praní
The washing powder powder ad is
funny.
[ˈbækbәʊn]
páteř
The Andes form the backbone of
South America.
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n.
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dobýt
Wales was finally conquered.
conquest
n.
[ˈkɒŋkwest]
dobytí, dobyté
území
Despite the conquest, they have
maintained their unique culture.
dragon
n.
[ˈdrægәn]
drak
The flag has a red dragon.
helmet
n.
[ˈhelmәt]
přilba, helma
St David ordered his soldiers to
wear them on thier helmets.
invader
n.
[ɪnˈveɪdә]
vetřelec
It is one of determined resistance
to invaders.
leek
n.
[li:k]
pórek
The leek is another national
symbol.
[rɪˈzɪstәns tә, tʊ]
odpor, resistence
It is one of determined resistance
to invaders.
n.
[rɪˈvaɪvәl]
obrození, obnova
There has been a revival since the
1960th.
golden eagle
n.
[ˌgәʊldәn ˈi:gәl]
orel skalní
imperial eagle
n.
[ɪmˌpɪәriәl ˈi:gәl]
orel královský
league
n.
[li:g]
liga
middle-aged
adj.
[ˌmɪdl ˈeɪdʒd]
středního věku
red deer
n.
[ˌred ˈdɪә]
jelen lesní
roe deer
n.
[ˈrәʊ dɪә]
srnec
squirrel
n.
[ˈskwɪrәl]
veverka
[ˈpз:mәnәnt]
stálý
permanent colour
metalický
metallic blue
revival
5
[ˈkɒŋkә]
4
v.
3
conquer
resistance to
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adj.
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permanent
7
Arsenal won the league last year.
LPB – FOCUS ON WRITING
adj.
[mәˈtælɪk]
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metallic
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bald
adj.
[bɔ:ld]
plešatý
blond
adj.
[blɒnd]
blonìatý
complexion
n.
[kәmˈplekʃәn]
pleť, pokožka
dark (hair)
adj.
[dɑ:k]
tmavé (vlasy)
eyebrow
n.
[ˈaɪbraʊ]
obočí
fair (hair)
adj.
[feә]
světlé (vlasy)
forehead
n.
[ˈfɒrәd, ˈfɔ:hed]
čelo
freckle
n.
[ˈfrekәl]
piha
fringe
n.
[frɪndʒ]
ofina
grey (hair)
adj.
[greɪ]
šedé (vlasy)
chin
n.
[tʃɪn]
brada
moustache
n.
[mәˈstɑ:ʃ]
knír
overweight
adj.
[ˌәʊvәˈweɪt]
tlustý, obézní
plaits
n.
[plæts]
copy vlasů
pony-tail
n.
[ˈpәʊni teɪl]
ohon
red (hair)
adj.
[red]
zrzavé (vlasy)
[ˈʃәʊldә leŋθ]
dlouhý po ramena
slim
adj.
[slɪm]
štíhlý
well-built
adj.
[ˌwel ˈbɪlt]
urostlý, dobře
stavěný
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aware
adj.
[әˈweә]
vědomý si,
informovaný
battered
adj.
[ˈbætәd]
zbitý, otlučený
She looked like a battered panda.
boot
n.
[bu:t]
bota, kozačka
“Just me boots”, she muttered.
bother
n.
[ˈbɒðә]
vzrušovat se,
obtěžovat se
It wasn’t worth the bother.
bright
adj.
[braɪt]
jasný
She went bright red.
bulging
adj.
[ˈbʌldʒɪŋ]
přeplněný,
vyboulený
She was clutching a bulging bag.
carrier bag
n.
[ˈkæriә bæg]
igelitová taška
clutch
v.
[klʌtʃ]
svírat
She was clutching a bulging bag.
common
adj.
[ˈkɒmәn]
společný
We would have a lot in common.
fogey (old -)
n.
[ˈfәʊgi]
dědek
The old fogey at the door didn’t
want to let us in.
gear (=clothes)
n.
[gɪә]
vybavení
David was really knocked out by
the gear.
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[ˌhɑ:f ˈhɪdn]
napůl ukrytý
helpful
adj.
[ˈhelpfәl]
nápomocný,
užitečný
honest
adj.
[ˈɒnәst]
čestný
impatient
adj.
[ɪmˈpeɪʃәnt]
netrpělivý
insensitive
adj.
[ɪnˈsensәtɪv]
necitlivý
intend to do sth
[ɪnˌtend tә ˈdu:
ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
zamýšlet něco, mít She was intending to change
něco v plánu
somewhere else.
knock out
[nɒk aʊt]
vyřídit
David was really knocked out by
the gear.
v.
[ˈmʌtә]
mumlat
“Just me boots”, she muttered.
panda
n.
[ˈpændә]
panda
She looked like a battered panda.
[ˈpeɪʃәnt wɪð, wɪθ]
trpělivý s
[ræg]
hadr
[ˈsætәsfaɪd wɪð,
wɪθ]
spokojený s
patient with
rag
n.
There were some awful black rags.
3
satisfied with
2
mutter
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adj.
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The bag was half hidden behind
her back.
half-hidden
[ˈsensәtɪv]
citlivý
smug
adj.
[smʌg]
škodolibý
She went off with a smug smile.
spot
v.
[spɒt]
všimnout si
Mum spotted my bag.
stuff
n.
[stʌf]
hmota, materiál
It took me ages to get the stuff out
of my hair.
sympathetic
adj.
[ˌsɪmpәˈθetɪk]
solidární, soucitný
tolerant
adj.
[ˈtɒlәrәnt]
tolerantní
tramp
n.
[træmp]
tramp, tulák
You look like a tramp.
trendy
adj.
[ˈtrendi]
módní
Mine looks trendy.
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adj.
4
sensitive
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[ˈsnɔ:kәl]
šnorchlovat
She might be snorkelling.
sun cream
n.
[ˈsʌn kri:m]
opalovací krém
He can’t have put any sun cream
on.
sun tan
n.
[ˈsʌn tæn]
opálení
He’s got a very nice sun tan.
sunburnt
adj.
[ˈsʌnbз:nt]
spálený od slunce
He’s horribly sunburnt!
sure
adj.
[ʃɔ:]
jistý
That’s for sure.
adj.
[ˌbæd ˈtempәd]
špatně naladěný
best
n.
[best]
dělá něco jak nejlíp She always does her best.
umí
confident
adj.
[ˈkɒnfәdәnt]
sebejistý
creative
adj.
[kriˈeɪtɪv]
kreativní, tvořivý
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bad-tempered
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7
snorkel
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critical
adj.
[ˈkrɪtɪkәl]
kritický
depressed
adj.
[dɪˈprest]
deprimovaný,
v depresi
disorganised
adj.
[dɪsˈɔ:gәnaɪzd]
neorganizovaný,
zmatený
dynamic
adj.
[daɪˈnæmɪk]
dynamický
generous
adj.
[ˈdʒenәrәs]
štědrý
get at sb
[ˈget әt ˈsʌmbәdi]
narážet na,
navážet se do
Charlie is always getting at me.
get on well with
sb
[get ˈɒn wɪð
ˈsʌmbәdi]
vycházet s někým
dobře
We get on well with each other.
get on with sth
[get ˈɒn wɪð
ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
pokračovat s
She gets on with her work in the
class.
get sb down
[ˌget sʌmbәdi
ˈdaʊn]
někoho rozmrzet
Geoff never lets things get him
down.
get together
[ˌget tәˈgeðә]
sejít se
She loves to get together with her
friends.
give up
[ˌgɪv ˈʌp]
vzdát se
Alice doesn’t give up easily.
give up trying
[ˌgɪv ʌp ˈtraɪ-ɪŋ]
přestat zkoušet
good-looking
adj.
[ˌgʊd ˈlʊkɪŋ]
pohledná
hard-working
adj.
[ˌhɑ:d ˈwз:kɪŋ]
pilný
helpful
adj.
[ˈhelpfәl]
nápomocný,
užitečný
honest
adj.
[ˈɒnәst]
čestný
cheerful
adj.
[ˈtʃɪәfәl]
veselý
insensitive
adj.
[ɪnˈsensәtɪv]
necitlivý
materialistic
adj.
[mәˌtɪәriәˈlɪstɪk]
materialistický,
hmotně založený
model
n.
[ˈmɒdl]
modelka
moody
adj.
[ˈmu:di]
náladový
outgoing
adj.
[ˌaʊtˈgәʊɪŋ]
společenský,
extrovert
[ˈpeɪʃәnt wɪð, wɪθ]
trpělivý s
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patient with
persistent
adj.
[pәˈsɪstәnt]
vytrvalý, neodbytný
selfish
adj.
[ˈselfɪʃ]
sobecký
shy
adj.
[ʃaɪ]
plachý, stydlivý
sociable
adj.
[ˈsәʊʃәbәl]
společenský
straight
adj.
[streɪt]
rovný
stubborn
adj.
[ˈstʌbәn]
tvrdohlavý
sympathetic
adj.
[ˌsɪmpәˈθetɪk]
solidární, soucitný
She is as good-looking as a model.
Her hair is straight.
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tolerant
adj.
[ˌteɪk sʌmθɪŋ ˈʌp]
začít s koníčkem/
sportem
[ˈtɒlәrәnt]
tolerantní
She would like to take up
photography.
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babysit for
[ˈbeɪbisɪt fә, fɔ:]
hlídat děti pro
někoho
She often babysits for people in
her street.
[ˈkɒli]
kolie
She used to have a collie.
genius
n.
[ˈdʒi:niәs]
génius
What makes a genius?
granny
n.
[ˈgræni]
babička
chemist’s
n.
[ˈkemәsts]
drogerie
She works in a chemist’s.
influence
n.
[ˈɪnfluәns]
vliv
Influences in early life are crucial.
junk food
n.
[ˈdʒʌŋk fu:d]
doesn’t like junk food, such as
rychlé občerstvení She
hamburgers.
carefree
adj.
communicate
with
[ˈkeәfri:]
bezstarostný
I was a carefree child.
[kәˈmju:nɪkeɪt wɪð, komunikovat s
wɪθ]
She could communicate with our
guests in French.
[ˈgræni]
babička
I had to stay with my granny.
greenhouse
effect
n.
[ˈgri:nhaʊs ɪˌfekt]
skleníkový efekt
to worry about the greenhouse
effect
pneumonia
n.
[nju:ˈmәʊniә]
zápal plic
to cure ilnesses such as
pneumonia
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n.
4
granny
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vrhnout, hodit
The curse is cast.
civil rights
adj.
[ˌsɪvәl ˈraɪts]
občanská práva
Black people had no civil rights.
complex
adj.
[ˈkɒmpleks]
složitý
His lyrics became more complex.
congressman
n.
[ˈkɒŋgrәsmәn]
člen kongresu
doorway
n.
[ˈdɔ:weɪ]
dveře
Don’t stand in the doorway.
drench
v.
[drentʃ]
promočit
You’ll be drenched to the bone.
gather round
[ˌgæðә ˈraʊnd]
přistoupit blíž, sejít Come gather round people…
se
heed the call
[ˌhi:d ðә ˈkɔ:l]
vyslechnout volání
n.
[ˈlu:zә]
ztroskotanec,
prohrávající
The loser has to buy everyone
a drink.
movement
n.
[ˈmu:vmәnt]
hnutí
civil rights movement
prophesy
v.
[ˈprɒfәsaɪ]
prorokovat
rage
v.
[reɪdʒ]
zuřit
rattle
v.
[ˈrætl]
chrastit, rachotit
9
loser
8
[kɑ:st]
7
v.
6
cast
The battle is raging.
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roam
v.
[rәʊm]
potulovat se,
potloukat se
senator
n.
[ˈsenәtә]
senátor
stall
v.
[stɔ:l]
zastavit se
tour
n.
[tʊә]
turné
He has been on tour since 1989.
worth
adj.
[wз:θ]
mající cenu
Time is worth saving.
[ˌkræʃ ˈɪntә
ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
vrazit do něčeho
He has crashed into a bus.
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crash into sth
dinosaur
n.
[ˈdaɪnәsɔ:]
dinosaurus
She knows a lot about dinosaurs.
prediction
n.
[prɪˈdɪkʃәn]
předpoklad
That is my prediction.
umbrella
n.
[ʌmˈbrelә]
deštník
Everyone has their umbrellas up.
elderly
adj.
[ˈeldәli]
starší lidé
face
n.
[feɪs]
obličej
wrinkles
n.
[ˈrɪŋkәlz]
vrásky
[sәˈspɪʃәs]
podezřívavý
My mum gets suspicious.
snášet, nechat si
líbit
I can put up with a lot.
[gәʊ ˈaʊt tәˌgeðә]
chodit spolu
She will go out with a boy.
[ˈɔ:dәnәri]
obyčejný
ordinary days
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suspicious
adj.
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[pʊt ˈʌp wɪð ˈ
sʌmθɪŋ]
6
put up with sth
LPB – FOCUS ON WRITING
go out together
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analytical
adj.
[ˌænәˈlɪtɪkәl]
analytický
embarrassing
adj.
[ɪmˈbærәsɪŋ]
uvádějící
v rozpaky, trapný
enormous
adj.
[ɪˈnɔ:mәs]
ohromný
harp
n.
[hɑ:p]
harfa
imitation of
[ˌɪmәˈteɪʃәn әv, ɒv] imitace/
napodobenina
jealous of
[ˈdʒelәs әv, ɒv]
žárlivý na
kayak
n.
[ˈkaɪæk]
kajak
mandolin
n.
[ˌmændәˈlɪn]
mandolína
oral
adj.
[ˈɔ:rәl]
orální, ústní
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n.
[ˈsændˌkɑ:sәl]
hrad z písku
self-testing
adj.
[ˌself ˈtestɪŋ]
sebetestující
show business
n.
[ˈʃәʊ ˈbɪznәs]
zábavní průmysl,
šoubyznys
statue
n.
[ˈstætʃu:]
socha
stunt
n.
[stʌnt]
kaskadér
sword fighting
n.
[ˈsɔ:d ˈfaɪtɪŋ]
boj mečem
visual
adj.
[ˈvɪʒuәl]
vizuální
zero gravity
n.
[ˌzɪәrәʊ ˈgrævәti]
nulová gravitace
[ˈækses tә, tʊ]
přístup na/k
The students get access to
learning materials.
She had a long career in show
business.
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n.
[ˈefәt]
snaha
The actors made the effort to learn
to move in zero gravity.
embarrassing
adj.
[ɪmˈbærәsɪŋ]
uvádějící
v rozpaky, trapný
My sandcastle-bulding skills were
embarrassing.
[ˌget sʌmbәdi tә
ˈdu: ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
přinutit někoho
k něčemu
It can get you dancing to hip hop.
get sb to do sth
gravitace
The actors made the effort to learn
to move in zero gravity.
link
n.
[lɪŋk]
spojení
Phones nowadays have links to the
Internet.
martial art
n.
[ˌmɑ:ʃәl ˈɑ:t]
bojové umění
Keanu Reeves studied martial arts
for the Matrix.
method-acting
n.
[ˌmeθәd ˈæktɪŋ]
metoda civilního
herectví
m-learning
[ˈem ˈlз:nɪŋ]
učení s pomocí
mobilních telefonů a revolutionary m-learning project
motivate sb
[ˈmәʊtɪveɪt
ˈsʌmbәdi]
motivovat někoho
The students will be very
motivated.
[pɑ:t]
divadelní role
The actors live the part.
sandcastle
n.
[ˈsændˌkɑ:sәl]
hrad z písku
My sandcastle-bulding skills were
embarrassing.
sword fighting
n.
[ˈsɔ:d ˈfaɪtɪŋ]
boj mečem
Antonio Banderas learned sword
fighting for The Mask of Zorro.
[teɪk ˈʌp ә
ˈsʌbdʒɪkt]
začít činnost
Hollywood actors are a subject
taking up “methodacting.”
take up
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n.
7
part
6
[ˈgrævәti]
5
n.
4
gravity
3
effort
2
access to
n.
[әˈstrɒnәmi]
astronomie
I was interested in astronomy.
dedicated
adj.
[ˈdedɪkeɪtәd]
horlivý, nadšený
You are a dedicated teacher.
difficult
adj.
[ˈdɪfɪkәlt]
obtížný,
neukázněný,
svéhlavý
In the beginning, he was a little
difficult.
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inspiration
n.
interested in
[ˌɪnspәˈreɪʃәn]
inspirace, vzor
He was my inspiration.
[ˈɪntrәstәd ɪn]
zajímat se o
I was interested in astronomy.
uncooperative
adj.
[ˌʌnkәʊˈɒpәrәtɪv]
nespolupracující
worthwhile
adj.
[ˌwз:θˈwaɪl]
hodnotný, užitečný
n.
[әˈsesmәnt]
hodnocení
boarding school n.
[ˈbɔ:dɪŋ sku:l]
internátní škola
catch up with
sth
[ˌkætʃ ˈʌp wɪð
ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
dohnat něco
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They’d help you catch up with your
work at weekends.
My youngest child has school just
started at elementary school.
elementary
n.
[ˌelәˈmentәri ˈsku:l]
facility
n.
[fәˈsɪlәti]
vybavení
facilities at school
fall behind with
[ˌfɔ:l bɪˈhaɪnd wɪð,
wɪθ]
být pozadu s
I fell behind with my work.
get on with
[get ˈɒn wɪð, wɪθ]
pokračovat s
You got on with your work.
go into work
[ˌgәʊ ɪntә ˈwз:k]
jít do práce
go on to be
[gәʊ ˈɒn tә bi]
následně se stát…
go on to do sth
[gәʊ ˈɒn tә ˈdu:
ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
pokračovat do,
přejít na
I went on to do computer studies.
go over sth
[gәʊ ˈәʊvә
ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
projít si něco
They would go over it with you.
go through sth
[әʊ ˈθru: ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
projít něco
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choir
n.
[kwaɪә]
sbor
private school
n.
[ˈpraɪvәt sku:l]
soukromá škola
put sth off
[ˌpʊt sʌmθɪŋ ˈɒf]
odkládat něco
set sth up
[ˌset sʌmθɪŋ ˈʌp]
něco nastavit,
sestavit
I put off studying for weeks.
state school
n.
[ˈsteɪt sku:l]
státní škola
strict
adj.
[strɪkt]
přísný
The teachers were quite strict.
podle
The exams are marked according
to a strict scheme.
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against
[әˈkɔ:dɪŋ tә, tʊ]
prep. [әˈgenst, әˈgeɪnst]
argument
against/ for
proti
[ˈɑ:gjәmәnt
әˌgenst/fә]
argument proti/pro
compulsory
adj.
[kәmˈpʌlsәri]
povinný
conclusion
n.
[kәnˈklu:ʒәn]
závěr, ukončení
furthermore
adv.
[ˌfз:ðәˈmɔ:]
dále, navíc
There should be no compulsory
school subjects.
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future
n.
[ˈfju:tʃә]
budoucnost
moreover
adv.
[mɔ:rˈәʊvә]
nadto, navíc
qualified
adj.
[ˈkwɒlәfaɪd]
kvalifikovaný
sightseeing
n.
[ˈsaɪtˌsi:ɪŋ]
prohlídka památek We organise sightseeing.
The exams can decide their future.
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Our teachers are qualified.
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look sth up
[ˌlʊk sʌmθɪŋ ˈʌp]
vyhledat něco
I need to look up words in the
dictionary.
[stʌk]
zaseknutý
I get stuck.
lyrics
n.
[ˈlɪrɪks]
text k písni
I don’t have the lyrics for the song.
coastal
adj.
[ˈkәʊstәl]
pobřežní
coastal villages
sponsor
v.
[ˈspɒnsә]
sponzorovat
He decided to sponsor the festival.
optional sixth form
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adj.
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volitelný
curriculum
n.
[kәˈrɪkjәlәm]
osnovy, studijní řád
elective
adj.
[ɪˈlektɪv]
výběrový předmět
(=option at school)
vocational
adj.
[vәʊˈkeɪʃәnәl]
odborný
vocational training
prestigious
adj.
[prәˈstɪdʒәs]
prestižní
prestigious universities
grade
n.
[greɪd]
stupeň, ročník
ve škole
9th – 12th grade
detector
n.
[dɪˈtektә]
detektor
metal detectors
bark
v.
[bɑ:k]
štěkat
Spot started barking.
wallet
n.
[ˈwɒlәt]
peněženka, taška
na doklady
He didn’t have his wallet with him.
lift
n.
[lɪft]
odvoz, výtah
He offered to give them a lift home.
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[ˈɒpʃәnәl]
4
adj.
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brave
adj.
[breɪv]
statečný
business
n.
[ˈbɪznәs]
obchod
careful
adj.
[ˈkeәfәl]
opatrný
confident
adj.
[ˈkɒnfɪdәnt]
sebejistý
construction
n.
[kәnˈstrʌkʃәn]
stavba
creative
adj.
[kriˈeɪtɪv]
kreativní, tvořivý
design
n.
[dɪˈzaɪn]
design
emotional
adj.
[ɪˈmәʊʃәnәl]
emotivní, citlivý
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engineering
n.
[ˌendʒәˈnɪәrɪŋ]
inženýrství,
strojírenství
farming
n.
[ˈfɑ:mɪŋ]
farmářství
fashion
n.
[ˈfæʃәn]
móda
flexible
adj.
[ˈfleksәbәl]
flexibilní,
přizpůsobivý
generous
adj.
[ˈdʒenәrәs]
štědrý
information
technology
n.
[ɪnfәˌmeɪʃәn
tekˈnɒlәdʒi]
informační
technologie
law
n.
[lɔ:]
právo
literature
n.
[ˈlɪtәrәtʃә]
literatura
logical
adj.
[ˈlɒdʒɪkәl]
logický
media (the -)
n.
[ˈmi:diә]
média
medicine
n.
[ˈmedsәn]
lékařství, medicína
motivated
adj.
[ˈmәʊtɪveɪtɪd]
motivovaný
organised
adj.
[ˈɔ:gәnaɪzd]
organizovaný,
pořádný
patient
adj.
[ˈpeɪʃәnt]
trpělivý s
practical
adj.
[ˈpræktɪkәl]
praktický
receptionist
n.
[rɪˈsepʃәnɪst]
recepční
reliable
adj.
[rɪˈlaɪәbәl]
spolehlivý
science
n.
[ˈsaɪәns]
přírodní věda,
nauka
sensitive
adj.
[ˈsensәtɪv]
citlivý
shop assistant
n.
[ˈʃɒp әˌsɪstәnt]
prodavač
sport
n.
[spɔ:t]
sport
sympathetic
adj.
[ˌsɪmpәˈθetɪk]
solidární, soucitný
tolerant
adj.
[ˈtɒlәrәnt]
tolerantní
tourism
n.
[ˈtʊәrɪzәm]
turistika
travel
v.
[ˈtrævәl]
cestování
[ˈtrævәl ˈeɪdʒәnt]
zaměstnanec
cestovní kanceláře
n.
[vet]
veterinář
adviser
n.
[әdˈvaɪzә]
poradce, rádce
attach
v.
[әˈtætʃ]
přilepit, připevnit
He got attached to his job!
complaint
n.
[kәmˈpleɪnt]
stížnost
People made complaints about the
smell.
deaf
adj.
[def]
hluchý
King Alfonso XIII was going deaf.
travel agent
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dezertér
She got $50 for each deserter.
desperation
n.
[ˌdespәˈreɪʃәn]
zoufalství
In desperation,
he got self-employed.
doubt
n.
[daʊt]
pochyba
escalator
n.
[ˈeskәleɪtә]
eskalátor, jezdící
schody
fast-food
adj.
[ˈfɑ:st fu:d]
rychlé občerstvení
flirtation
n.
[flз:ˈteɪʃәn]
flirtování
Her only weapon was flirtation.
gruesome
adj.
[ˈgru:sәm]
příšerný, hrůzný
Japanese soldiers did the
gruesome job…
charm
n.
[tʃɑ:m]
šarm
She must have had real charm!
inspiration
n.
[ˌɪnspәˈreɪʃәn]
inspirace, vzor
to provide inspiration
job
n.
[dʒɒb]
Hamilton takes a light-hearted
práce, zaměstnání Paul
look at some jobs.
light-hearted
adj.
[ˌlaɪt ˈhɑ:tɪd]
veselý,
bezstarostný
menace
n.
[ˈmenәs]
hrozba
miner
n.
[ˈmaɪnә]
horník
3
He collected about 3 kilos of the
sticky menace.
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national anthem n.
Escalators have provided
inspiration for other careers.
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deserter
[ˌnæʃәnәl ˈænθәm] státní hymna
odd job
n.
[ˌɒd ˈdʒɒb]
zvláštní práce
phenomenon
n.
[fɪˈnɒmәnәn]
fenomén
properly
adv.
[ˈprɒpәli]
pořádně, důkladně The doors will close properly.
runaway
adj.
[ˈrʌnәweɪ]
na útěku, utečenec the runaway soldiers
sack (get the -)
n.
[sæk]
dostat výpověď
He got the sack from his job.
sewage
n.
[ˈsju:ɪdʒ, ˈsu:-]
kanalizace,
odpadní voda
sewage works
smelling salts
n.
[ˈsmelɪŋ sɔ:lts]
čichací soli
They gave smelling salts to
customers!
sniff
v.
[snɪf]
čichat
sticky
adj.
[ˈstɪki]
lepkavý
He collected about 3 kilos of the
sticky menace.
tattoo
v.
[tәˈtu:, tæˈtu:]
tetovat
He intends to tatoo an advert on
his forehead!
trend
n.
[trend]
trend
trend towards specialization
recent phenomenon
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n.
[ˈɑ:kɪtekt]
architekt
bravery
n.
[ˈbreɪvәri]
statečnost
I received a bravery award
yesterday.
case
n.
[keɪs]
případ
We’ve had some difficult cases.
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cashier
n.
[kæˈʃɪә]
pokladní
construction
worker
n.
[kәnˈstrʌkʃәn
ˈwз:kә]
stavební dělník
description
n.
[dɪˈskrɪpʃәn]
popis
electrician
n.
[ɪˌlekˈtrɪʃәn, ˈelɪk-]
elektrikář
farm worker
n.
[ˈfɑ:m ˈwз:kә]
pracovník
na statku
firefighter
n.
[ˈfaɪәˌfaɪtә]
hasič
fit
v.
[fɪt]
sedět
forestry worker
n.
[ˈfɒrәstri ˈwз:kә]
lesník
gas station
(AmE)
n.
[ˈgæs ˈsteɪʃәn]
čerpací stanice
We were looking for a suspect near
a gas station.
homicide
n.
[ˈhɒmɪsaid]
zabití člověka,
vražda
I am now working in homicide.
miner
n.
[ˈmaɪnә]
horník
mom (AmE)
n.
[mɒm]
maminka
Today, I spoke to my mom.
mugging
n.
[ˈmʌgɪŋ]
přepadení
I once saw mugging in the
neighbourhood.
neighbourhood
n.
[ˈneɪbәhʊd]
sousedství
I once saw mugging in the
neighbourhood.
police officer
n.
[pәˈli:s ˈɒfɪsә]
policista
politician
n.
[ˌpɒlәˈtɪʃәn]
politik
[ˌpʊl ә ˈgʌn ɒn]
vytáhnout zbraň na He pulled a gun on us.
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pull a gun on
We saw an individual fitting the
description.
We saw an individual fitting the
description.
soldier
n.
[ˈsәʊldʒә]
voják
stressful
adj.
[ˈstresfәl]
stresující
My job is stressful.
suspect
n.
[ˈsʌspekt]
podezřelý
We were looking for a suspect near
a gas station.
taxi driver
n.
[ˈtæksi ˈdraɪvә]
taxikář
[ˈwɪndәʊ ˈkli:nә]
umývač oken
calm down
[ˌkɑ:m ˈdaʊn]
uklidnit se, přijít s
Calm down before the interview.
come up with
[kʌm ˈʌp wɪð әn
aɪˈdɪә]
přijít s něčím
Come up with a couple
of questions.
[dɪˈklaɪn]
klesat
The industries will continue
to decline.
dress up for
[ˌdres ˈʌp fә, fɔ:]
vystrojit se
Dress up for the interview.
go on about sth
[gәʊ ˈɒn әbaʊt
ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
pokračovat o
Go on about your personal life.
[ˈɪntәvju:]
pohovor, rozhovor
Dress up for the interview.
window cleaner n.
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interview
v.
n.
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[ˌlʊk әˈraʊnd]
rozhlédnout se
Look around the room.
make out
[meɪk ˈaʊt]
prokázat něco,
předstírat
Make out you understand
something.
make up sth
[ˌmeɪk ˈʌp ˈsʌmθɪŋ] vymyslet si něco
Make up information about
yourself.
settle down in
[ˌsetl ˈdaʊn ɪn]
usadit se
Settle down in your chair.
speak up
[ˌspi:k ˈʌp]
mluvit nahlas
Speak up and express yourself
clearly.
take sth down
[ˌteɪk sʌmθɪŋ
ˈdaʊn]
zaznamenat
Take down notes during the
interview.
turn up at
[ˌtз:n ˈʌp әt, æt]
dostavit se na
Turn up at the interview a couple
of minutes early.
write down
[ˌraɪt ˈdaʊn]
zapsat
Write down your strengths and
weaknesses.
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zavázaný,
angažovaný
I am a committed person.
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committed
adj.
curriculum vitae
[kәˈmɪtɪd]
[kәˌrɪkjәlәm ˈvi:taɪ] životopis
director
n.
[dɪˈrektә, daɪ-]
režisér
the most famous directors in the
world
foundation
n.
[faʊnˈdeɪʃәn]
nadace
He promised to set up
a foundation.
handicapped
adj.
[ˈhændikæpt]
handicapovaný,
invalidní
It helps handicapped actors and
stunt people.
location
n.
[lәʊˈkeɪʃәn]
místo
We were on location of shooting
the film.
perform
v.
[pәˈfɔ:m]
hrát, zahrát
He performed stunts for Clint
Eastwood.
private life
n.
[ˈpraɪvәt laɪf]
osobní/soukromý
život
He refused to talk about his private
life.
retire
v.
[rɪˈtaɪә]
odejít do důchodu
He was going to retire.
risk
n.
[rɪsk]
risk
Avoid unnecessary risks.
stunt
n.
[stʌnt]
of the stunts were too
akrobatický kousek Some
dangerous to perform.
stuntman
n.
[ˈstʌntmæn]
kaskadér
stuntwoman
n.
[ˈstʌntˌwʊmәn]
kaskadérka
one of the best Hollywood
stuntmen
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He told his agent not to try to
change his decision.
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agent
7
[ˈeɪdʒәnt]
6
n.
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agent
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acclaim
n.
[әˈkleɪm]
jásot, chvála,
potlesk
booming
adj.
[ˈbu:mɪŋ]
vzkvétající,
rozvíjející se
composer
n.
[kәmˈpәʊzә]
skladatel
disillusioned
adj.
[ˌdɪsәˈlu:ʒәnd]
rozčarovaný
You become disillusioned with
fame.
downtown
adj.,
adv.
[ˌdaʊnˈtaʊn]
centrum města
It’s time to go downtown.
fabulously
adv.
[ˈfæbjәlәsli]
became a fabulously rich young
nasmírně, báječně He
man.
hopeful
n.
[ˈhәʊpfәl]
nadějný člověk
a group of young hopefuls
insane
adj.
[ɪnˈseɪn]
nepříčetný
You’re a little insane.
lifestyle
n.
[ˈlaɪfstaɪl]
životní styl
What sort of lifestyle does he
have?
musician
n.
[mju:ˈzɪʃәn]
hudebník
session musicians
[ˈseʃәn mju:ˌzɪʃәn]
koncertní hudebník
[ˈtælәntɪd]
talentovaný,
nadaný
Pop Idol selects ten thousand
talented singers.
[ˌteә sʌmbәdi
әˈpɑ:t]
někoho roztrhat
The girls will tear you apart.
4
session
musician
talented
adj.
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barbecue
n.
hot dog
[ˈbɑ:bɪkju:]
grilování
[ˈhɒt dɒg]
párek v rohlíku
kangaroo
n.
[ˌkæŋgәˈru:]
klokan
roast beef
n.
[ˌrәʊst ˈbi:f]
rostbíf, pečené
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It has no accumulated associations
for me.
accumulated
adj.
[әˈkju:mjʊleɪtɪd]
nahromaděný
allergy
n.
[ˈælәdʒi]
alergie
association
n.
[әˌsәʊsiˈeɪʃәn,
әˌsәʊʃi-]
asociace
barbarous
adj.
[ˈbɑ:bәrәs]
barbarský
bounce
n.
[baʊns]
pružnost
crew cut
n.
[ˈkru: kʌt]
vlasy na krátko,
ježek
current
adj.
[ˈkʌrәnt]
současný
She wears all the current fashions.
deduce
v.
[dɪˈdju:s]
dedukovat
I have deduced their meaning.
It has no accumulated associations
for me.
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[dɪˈfɪʃәnt ɪn]
postrádající,
nemající dostatek
I am deficient in some fundamental
respects.
I was less desirable.
desirable
adj.
[dɪˈzaɪәrәbәl]
žádoucí
distaste
n.
[dɪsˈteɪst]
odpor, nechuť
[ˈenәdʒaɪzd wɪð,
wɪθ]
oživený
energised with
It was energised with the essence
of riverhood.
adj.
[ˌenɪgˈmætɪk]
záhadný, tajemný
envious
adj.
[ˈenviәs]
závistivý
My friend is envious.
[ˈesәns әv, ɒv]
esence, vůně
It was energised with the essence
of riverhood.
essence of
adj.
[ˈfɪnɪki]
vybíravý, zmlsaný
flowery
adj.
[ˈflaʊәri]
květovaný
french fries
n.
[ˌfrentʃ ˈfraɪz]
hranolky
fundamental
adj.
[ˌfʌndәˈmentl]
am deficient in some fundamental
základní, podstatný Irespects.
good-naturedly
adv.
[gʊd ˈneɪtʃәdli]
dobrosrdečně
graceful
adj.
[ˈgreɪsfәl]
půvabný, graciézní I was less graceful.
greasy
adj.
[ˈgri:si]
mastný
groupie
n.
[ˈgru:pi]
fanynka
[ˌtʃɪәr ˈʌp]
vzmužit se,
rozveselit se
[ˈtʃɪәfәl]
veselý
Vancouver’s well-lit, cheerful public
library
[ɪˈmз:st ɪn]
ponořený,
pohroužený v
I was immersed in rivers.
It implies there is something to be
thanked for.
immersed in
adj.
[ˈɪnsәlәnt]
drzý, domýšlivý
irrational
adj.
[ɪˈræʃәnәl]
absurdní,
irracionální
irrational liking
laboriously
adv.
[lәˈbɔ:riәsli]
pracně
I try laboriously not to translate the
word.
liking
n.
[ˈlaɪkɪŋ]
záliba, sympatie
irrational liking
literary
adj.
[ˈlɪtәrәri]
literární, spisovný
Words have literary value.
lively
adj.
[ˈlaɪvli]
živý
They are as lively as a group of
puppies.
native
adj.
[ˈneɪtɪv]
rodný, rodilý
native tongue
obligatory
adj.
[әˈblɪgәtәri]
povinný
Party spirits are obligatory.
passage
n.
[ˈpæsɪdʒ]
přechod, přejetí
the passage across the Atlantic
peer
n.
[pɪә]
vrstevník, druh
phrase
n.
[freɪz]
fráze
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7
v.
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adj.
greasy french fries
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cheerful
3
cheer up
a flowery Hawaiian shirt
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pick sth up
[ˌpɪk sʌmθɪŋ ˈʌp]
sbírat něco
I pick new words up from school
exercises.
pitiful
adj.
[ˈpɪtɪfәl]
žalostný, ubohý
I am a somewhat pitiful specimen.
pluck
v.
[plʌk]
škubat
She is plucking my eyebrows.
[ˈpәʊk ˈsʌmbәdi]
rýpat, strkat
He is poking me in the ribs.
poke sb
proverb
n.
[ˈprɒvз:b]
přísloví
rib
n.
[rɪb]
žebro
self-image
n.
[ˌself ˈɪmɪdʒ]
vidění sama sebe
sloppy
adj.
[ˈslɒpi]
kašovitý
specimen
n.
[ˈspesәmәn]
vzorek, příklad
I am a somewhat pitiful specimen.
spontaneity
n.
[ˌspɒntәˈni:әti]
spontánnost
The moment of spontaneity is lost.
spring
v.
[sprɪŋ]
pramenit
strange
adj.
[streɪndʒ]
zvláštní, divný
[ˈθæŋk ˈsʌmbәdi
fә, fɔ:]
děkovat někomu
za něco
thank sb for
He is poking me in the ribs.
turn of phrase
n.
[ˌtз:n әv ˈfreɪz]
slovní obrat
There are some turns of phrase
that I don’t like.
unquestioned
adj.
[ʌnˈkwestʃәnd]
nepochybný
Words don’t stand unquestioned.
various
adj.
[ˈveәriәs]
různý, rozličný
various shades of lipstick
versed
adj.
[vз:st]
zkušený, zběhlý
She is well versed in native ways.
vice versa
adv.
[ˌvaɪs ˈvз:sә]
naopak
vital
adj.
[ˈvaɪtl]
zásadní, živý
warm
adj.
[wɔ:m]
teplý, vřelý
well-lit
adj.
[ˌwel ˈlɪt]
dobře osvětlený
Vancouver’s well-lit, cheerful public
library
It was a vital sound.
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asylum
n.
[әˈsaɪlәm]
azyl
He hopes to be granted political
asylum in Ireland.
exchange
student
n.
[ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒ
stju:dәnt]
student
navýměnném
pobytu
She asked if we had many
exchange students.
humour
n.
[ˈhju:mә]
humor
I like their sense of humour!
immigrant
n.
[ˈɪmɪgrәnt]
přistěhovalec
The town has become home for
a group of immigrants.
legally
adv.
[ˈli:gәli]
legálně, zákonně
She asked if she would be allowed
to work legally.
maybe
adv.
[ˈmeɪbi]
možná
One day, maybe.
means
n.
[mi:nz]
prostředek
What means of transport was best
for coming here?
[ˌmu:v ˈɒn]
jít/ jet dál
We all want to move on.
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n.
[prәˈfeʃәnәl]
profesionál
We’re all professionals.
pub food
n.
[ˈpʌb fu:d]
hospodské jídlo
I told her about the new pub food.
reggae
n.
[ˈregeɪ]
reggae
Is reggae African music?
sense of
n.
[ˌsens әv ˈhju:mә]
smysl pro humor
I like their sense of humour
humour!
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affective
adj.
citový, emocionální affective cultures
[ˌkætʃ ˈʌp wɪð
ˈsʌmbәdi]
dohnat/dohonit
někoho/ něco
Catch up with me there!
n.
[ˈkʌltʃә]
kultura
Some cultures are neutral.
directly
adv.
[dɪˈrektli, daɪ-]
přímo
They usually look more directly at
the person.
drop sb off
n.
hang on
a second
[ˈdʒestʃә]
gesto
They express themselves using
gestures.
[ˌhæŋ ˈɒn ә
ˈsekәnd]
vydržet vteřinku
Hang on a second.
Some cultures are neutral.
adj.
[ˈnju:trәl]
neutrální,
nestranný
open
adj.
[ˈәʊpәn]
přístupný, otevřený Some cultures are open.
[ˌpɪk sʌmbәdi ˈʌp]
někoho
vyzvednout
I’ve got to pick up my sister.
[rɪˈzз:vd]
rezervovaný,
zdrženlivý
to act in a very reserved way
I’ve got my aerobics class.
pick sb up
reserved
adj.
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n.
[eәˈrәʊbɪks]
aerobik
anyway
adv.
[ˈeniweɪ]
v každém případě,
stejně
[kʌm ˈʌp]
jít nahoru
Come up and I’ll show you the
room.
adj.
[dɪˈrekt, daɪ-]
přímý
Informal style is more direct.
exchange rate
n.
[ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒ reɪt]
směnný kurz
The exchange rates are over there.
expression
n.
[ɪkˈspreʃәn]
výraz
polite words and expressions
favour
n.
[ˈfeɪvә]
laskavost
Ask your landlord for a favour.
[gәʊ ˈaʊt ˈsʌmweә] jít někam ven
arranging to go out somewhere
go under
[gәʊ ˈʌndә]
jít pod
Go under the bridge.
adj.
[greɪt]
výborně, bezva
That’s great.
identification
n.
[aɪˌdentɪfɪˈkeɪʃәn]
průkaz totožnosti
Have you got any identification?
landlady
n.
[ˈlændˌleɪdi]
paní domácí
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go out
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direct
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come up
4
Could you drop me off near the
post office?
3
gesture
nechat
[ˌdrɒp sʌmbәdi ˈɒf] někoho
vystoupit
2
culture
1
catch up with sb
[әˈfektɪv]
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landlord
n.
on the left/right
[ˈlændlɔ:d]
pan domácí
[ɒn ðә ˈleft, ˈraɪt]
nalevo/napravo
third turning on the left...
pass
v.
[pɑ:s]
podat
Could you pass me the butter,
please?
posh
adj.
[pɒʃ]
noblesní, snobský
posh restaurant
rent
v.
[rent]
pronajmout
renting a room
turning
n.
[ˈtз:nɪŋ]
odbočka
third turning on the left...
unintentionally
adv.
[ˌʌnɪnˈtenʃәnәli]
nechtěně
When does he unintentionally
sound rude?
unpredictable
adj.
[ˌʌnprɪˈdɪktәbәl]
nepředvídatelný
The weather is so unpredictable.
whatever
det.
[wɒtˈevә]
cokoli
Get Mum and Dad whatever you
like.
wherever
adv.
[weәrˈevә]
kdekoli
We can go wherever we want.
whoever
pron. [hu:ˈevә]
kdokoli
You can email whoever you want.
yeah
[jeә]
jo
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adj.
[ˈәʊpәn]
approach them with an open
přístupný, otevřený You
mind.
phrasebook
n.
[ˈfreɪzbʊk]
konverzační
příručka
Take a phrasebook with you.
[ɪn ˈɔ:dә tә, tʊ]
aby
You can buy a local newspaper
in order to see what you can
understand.
[әdˈventʃәrәs]
dobrodružný,
odvážný
Be adventurous.
even if
[ˈi:vәn ɪf]
i když
even though
[ˌi:vәn ˈðәʊ]
ačkoli
so that
[ˈsәʊ ðәt, ðæt]
aby
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4
open
in order to
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adj.
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surfing
n.
[ˈsз:fɪŋ]
surfování
cricket
n.
[ˈkrɪkәt]
kriket
rugby
n.
[ˈrʌgbi]
rugby
nomad
n.
[ˈnәʊmæd]
nomád, kočovník
Aborigines were originally nomads.
sacred
adj.
[ˈseɪkrәd]
posvátný
Some places were sacred.
dialect
n.
[ˈdaɪәlekt]
dialekt
Most of 600 tribes spoke different
dialects.
bring
v.
[brɪŋ]
přinést
The Europeans brought an end to
the traditional life.
We’ve produced great cricket
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[ˌæplɪˈkeɪʃәn fә, fɔ:] žádost o
He wrote a lot of applications and
finally he got a job.
environmental
adj.
[ɪnˌvaɪәrәnˈmentl]
týkající se
One of biggest environmental
životního prostředí problems is drought.
obligation
n.
[ˌɒblɪˈgeɪʃәn]
závazek, povinnost
spicy
adj.
[ˈspaɪsi]
kořenitý, pálivý
baseball
n.
[ˈbeɪsbɔ:l]
baseball
basketball
n.
[ˈbɑ:skɪtbɔ:l]
košíková
beef
n.
[bi:f]
hovězí
football
n.
[ˈfʊtbɔ:l]
fotbal
football
n.
[ˈfʊtbɔ:l]
rugby
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Cuban food.
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We don’t eat as much beef as we
used to.
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n.
[greɪs]
půvab, přízeň
pity
n.
[ˈpɪti]
lítost, soucit
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grace
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n.
capsule (time -) n.
[әˈlɑ:m klɒk]
budík
[ˈkæpsju:l]
schránka
n.
[ˈkɑ:tn]
kartón, papírová
krabice
coffee maker
n.
[ˈkɒfi ˈmeɪkә]
kávovar
kettle
n.
[ˈketl]
konvice
key ring
n.
[ˈki: rɪŋ]
přívěsek na klíče
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microwave oven n.
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carton
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alarm clock
[ˌmaɪkrәweɪv ˈʌvәn] mikrovlnná trouba
[maʊs]
myš (k počítači)
computer
palmtop
n.
[kәmˈpju:tә
ˌpɑ:mtɒp]
palmtop (počítač
do dlaně)
TV remote
n.
[ˈti:ˌvi: rɪˈmәʊt]
televizní dálkový
ovladač
archaeologist
n.
[ˌɑ:kiˈɒlәdʒɪst]
archeolog
bewildered
adj.
[bɪˈwɪldәd]
ohromený
bewildering
adj.
[bɪˈwɪldәrɪŋ]
ohromující
breath
n.
[breθ]
dech
(computer)
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It took my breath away.
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companion
n.
confronted
[kәmˈpænjәn]
společník
[kәnˈfrʌntɪd wɪð,
with wɪθ]
ocitnout se tváří
v tvář
I was confronted with wall of ruined
houses.
curator
n.
[kjʊˈreɪtә]
správce, kustod
dense
adj.
[dens]
hustý
We now struggled up the bank
through dense jungle.
drizzle
n.
[ˈdrɪzl]
mrholení
The morning dawned in cold
drizzle.
ecstatic
adj.
[ɪkˈstætɪk]
nadšený,
u vytržení
excessive
adj.
[ɪkˈsesɪv]
přehnaný, extrémní The heat was excessive.
fours (on all -)
n.
[fɔ:z]
na všech čtyřech
A good part of the distance we
were on all fours…
granite
n.
[ˈgrænәt]
žula, granit
They were made of beautiful white
granite.
guide
n.
[gaɪd]
průvodce
They gave them a little boy to act
as their guide.
humidity
n.
[hju:ˈmɪdәti]
vlhkost vzduchu
The humidity was great.
impressed
adj.
[ɪmˈprest]
ohromený
[ɪnˈklaɪnd tә, tʊ]
být nakloněný, mít
sklony
inclined to
Arteaga shivered and seemed
inclined to stay in his hut.
indifferent
adj.
[ɪnˈdɪfәrәnt]
lhostejný, netečný
investigate
v.
[ɪnˈvestɪgeɪt]
was my job to investigate the
zkoumat, prohledat It
ruins.
master
n.
[ˈmɑ:stә]
mistr
It was work of a master artist.
moss
n.
[mɒs]
mech
They were partly covered with
trees and moss.
naturalist
n.
[ˈnætʃәrәlɪst]
přírodovědec
The naturalist said there would be
more butterflies near the river.
pastor
n.
[ˈpɑ:stә]
farář, pastor,
duchovní
He was a Protestant pastor.
[ˌplʌndʒ ˈdaʊn]
ponořit se, strmě
sestoupit
We plunged down through the
jungle.
plunge down
principal
adj.
[ˈprɪnsәpәl]
hlavní
The principal temple (=main) had
walls twelve feet high.
rapids
n.
[ˈræpɪdz]
peřeje
We crossed the roaring rapids.
scramble
v.
[ˈskræmbәl]
drápat se (někam)/ We scrambled along through the
drát se
dense undergrowth.
shiver
v.
[ˈʃɪvә]
třást se, chvět se
shocked
adj.
[ʃɒkt]
šokovaný
spellbound
adj.
[ˈspelbaʊnd]
okouzlený,
očarovaný
steep
adj.
[sti:p]
strmý
Arteaga shivered and seemed
inclined to stay in his hut.
We reached the bottom of a very
steep slope.
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ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
prodírat se
We now struggled up the bank
through dense jungle.
The surgeon said he had to wash
his clothes.
n.
[ˈsз:dʒәn]
chirurg
surveyor
n.
[sәˈveɪә]
zeměměřič
temple
n.
[ˈtempәl]
chrám
The principal temple had walls
twelve feet high.
undergrowth
n.
[ˈʌndәgrәʊθ]
podrost
We scrambled along through the
dense undergrowth.
adj.
[ˈkeәlәs]
lehkomyslný,
bezstarostný
I am careless about money.
[ˈeksɪkju:t
ˈsʌmbәdi]
popravit někoho
Henry VIII had two of his wifes
executed here.
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careless
n.
[ˈglædieɪtә]
gladiátor
Pairs of gladiators fought in the
Colosseum.
hitchhike
v.
[ˈhɪtʃhaɪk]
jezdit stopem
I would like to drive around Europe
instead of hitchhiking.
[ˈtʃi:t ˈsʌmbәdi]
podvést někoho
We always get cheated by local
taxi drivers.
cheat sb
[ˈki:ɒsk]
kiosek, stánek
horrible fast food kiosks
naive
adj.
[naɪˈi:v]
naivní
We are so naive.
regret
v.
[rɪˈgret]
litovat
Think about things you did and
regret now.
[ˈsɪli әv ˈsʌmbәdi
tә, tʊ]
nerozumné
od někoho
It was silly of me to pay for the
hotel in advance.
silly of sb to
n.
[ˌsu:vәˈnɪә]
suvenýr
Those souvenirs are so ugly.
speciality
n.
[ˌspeʃiˈælәti]
specialita
There should be more restaurants
with local specialities.
[ˈstju:pɪd әv
ˈsʌmbәdi tә, tʊ]
pošetilé/ hloupé
od někoho
It was so stupid of you.
stupid of sb to
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5
n.
4
kiosk
3
gladiator
2
execute sb
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adj.
[ˈbɒsi]
panovačný
She’s very bossy.
bronze
n.
[brɒnz]
bronz
bronze tools
cart
n.
[kɑ:t]
vozík
case
n.
[keɪs]
případ (o co se
jedná)
civilisation
n.
[ˌsɪvәl-aɪˈzeɪʃәn]
civilizace
civilised
adj.
[ˈsɪvәl-aɪzd]
civilizovaný
clay
n.
[kleɪ]
jíl, kaolín
[kʌm ˈʌp wɪð, wɪθ]
přijít s
We are going to try to come up
with answers.
[ˈkju:nifɔ:m]
klínové písmo
writing
n.
I suppose we are civilised.
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Healthcare and social (a – in point)
services are a case in point.
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documentary
n.
[ˌdɒkjәˈmentәri]
dokument,
dokumentární film
history documentary
domestication
n.
[dәˌmestɪˈkeɪʃәn]
domestikace,
zdomácnění
domestication of animals
fertile
adj.
[ˈfз:taɪl]
úrodný
Mesopotamia was so fertile.
gadget
n.
[ˈgædʒәt]
pomůcka, přístroj
I don’t know how to use that new
gadget.
[ˌgrәʊ ˈʌp ɪn]
růst v
Cities started to grow up in the
area.
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gunpowder
n.
[ˈgʌnˌpaʊdә]
střelný prach
healthcare
n.
[ˈhelθkeә]
zdravotní péče
Healthcare and social services are
a case in point.
hooligan
n.
[ˈhu:lɪgәn]
chuligán, rváč
Look at those football hooligans.
irrigation
channel
n.
[ˌɪrɪˈgeɪʃәn ˈtʃænl]
zavlažovací kanál
marble
n.
[ˈmɑ:bәl]
mramor
medicine
n.
[ˈmedsәn]
had sophisticated medicine
lékařství, medicína They
with surgery.
palace
n.
[ˈpælәs]
palác
plough
v.
[plaʊ]
pluh
potter
v.
[ˈpɒtә]
hrnčíř
poverty
n.
[ˈpɒvәti]
chudoba
We’ve got so much poverty.
smoke
v.
[smәʊk]
kouřit
My mum quit smoking last year.
social services
n.
[ˌsәʊʃәl ˈsз:vɪsɪz]
sociální služby
Healthcare and social services are
a case in point.
surgery
n.
[ˈsз:dʒәri]
chirurgie
tablet
n.
[ˈtæblәt]
destička (jílová/
kamenná)
They used stone(clay/stone -)
tablets as money.
take over
[ˌteɪk ˈәʊvә]
převzít
The Egyptians never took over
Mesopotamia.
take sth up
[ˌteɪk sʌmθɪŋ ˈʌp]
začít s něčím
They gave being nomads and took
up farming.
telescope
n.
[ˈtelәskәʊp]
dalekohled
wheel
n.
[wi:l]
kolo, kruh
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Babylon with its magnificent
palaces and temples.
potter’s wheel
worked out how to use the
[ˌwз:k sʌmθɪŋ ˈaʊt] vyřešit, vypracovat They
wheel.
work sth out
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All things considered, considered
I think modern technology has
made life easier.
all things
n.
[θɪŋz]
celkem vzato
austerity
n.
[ɔ:ˈsterәti]
strohost, střízlivost the austerity of its architecture
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úchvatný,
beroucí dech
The scale of it is breathtaking.
cancer
n.
[ˈkænsә]
rakovina
cancer or Aids, things like that.
considered
adj.
[kәnˈsɪdәd]
zvažovaný
All things considered, I think
modern technology has made life
easier.
contrast
n.
[ˈkɒntrɑ:st]
protiklad, kontrast
in contrast, …
definitely
adv.
[ˈdefɪnәtli]
rozhodně,
samozřejmě
empire
n.
[ˈempaɪә]
říše
maps of the Spanish Empire
fountain
n.
[ˈfaʊntәn]
fontána
It has 88 fountains.
grandeur
n.
[ˈgrændʒә]
velikost,
majestátnost
the grandeur of a building
charming
adj.
[ˈtʃɑ:mɪŋ]
okouzlující,
čarovný
the charming little town
učinit
[ɪmˈpres ˈsʌmbәdi] zapůsobit,
dojem
This building impressed me.
v.
[mi:n]
mínit, zamýšlet
I don’t mean doctors, I mean
medicine.
monastery
n.
[ˈmɒnәstri]
klášter
The monastery and palace of San
Lorenzo…
[ˌnju:kliә ˈwepәn]
atomové zbraně
nuclear weapon n.
ozdobný, okrasný
The Escotial is surrounded by
ornamental gardens.
pray
v.
[preɪ]
modlit se
He was going to pray.
stairway
n.
[ˈsteәweɪ]
schodiště
It has 86 stairways.
stateroom
n.
[ˈsteɪtrʊm, -ru:m]
soukromý salónek
the staterooms of Philip II
strike
v.
[straɪk]
překvapit, učinit
dojem
What strikes you is not only its
size.
tapestry
n.
[ˈtæpәstri]
tapiserie, gobelín
an excellent collection of tapestries
vast
adj.
[vɑ:st]
obrovský, rozlehlý
vast empire
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[ˌɔ:nәˈmentl]
6
adj.
5
ornamental
4
mean
3
impress sb
2
[ˈbreθˌteɪkɪŋ]
1
adj.
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n.
[ˈkæʃ mәˌʃi:n]
bankomat
I hate these cash machines.
stuff y
adj.
[ˈstʌfi]
dusný, zatuchlý
It’s so stuff y in here.
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cash machine
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[greɪz]
pást se
No grass to graze on…
wilderness
n.
[ˈwɪldәnәs]
divočina
I’m lost in the wilderness…
owl
n.
[aʊl]
sova
Like an owl among the ruins…
ashes
n.
[ˈæʃɪz]
popel
My wings covered with ashes…
go up in smoke
[gәʊ ˈʌp ɪn ˈsmәʊk] stoupat s kouřem
My days go up in smoke…
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v.
9
graze
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track
n.
[træk]
stopa
no track behind it…
prehistoric
adj.
[ˌpri:hɪˈstɒrɪk]
prehistorický,
pravěký
prehistoric times
genre
n.
[ˈʒɒnrә]
žánr
It is a thriving genre…
fusion
n.
[ˈfju:ʒәn]
fúze, splynutí
a fusion of different styles
shade
n.
[ʃeɪd]
stín
in the shade
mess
n.
[mes]
nepořádek
His room is a mess.
battery
n.
[ˈbætәri]
baterie
Change the battery.
ceramics
n.
[sәˈræmɪks]
keramika
eruption
n.
[ɪˈrʌpʃәn]
erupce
pyramid
n.
[ˈpɪrәmɪd]
pyramida
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