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wacky {adj} (zany) SEE: zany  ::
wad {n} (substantial pile (normally of money))  :: plik (banknotów)
wade {v} (to walk through water or something that impedes progress)  :: brnąć
Wadowice {prop} (city in Poland)  :: Wadowice
wafer {n} (biscuit)  :: wafel {m}, wafelek {m}
wafer {n} (electronics)  :: wafel {m}, podłoże {n}
wafer {n} (religious token)  :: hostia {f}, opłatek {m}
waffle {n} (flat pastry)  :: gofr {m}
waffle {v} (vacillate) SEE: vacillate  ::
waffle iron {n} (a cooking appliance used to make waffles)  :: gofrownica {f}
wage {n} (money paid to a worker)  :: pensja {f}, płaca {f}
wager {n} (an agreement)  :: zakład {m}
waggon {n} (wagon) SEE: wagon  ::
wagon {n} (cart)  :: wóz {m}
wagoner {n} (Someone who drives a wagon)  :: woźnica {m}, furman {m}
wagtail {n} (various small passerine birds)  :: pliszka {f}
waist {n} (a part of a piece of clothing that covers the waist)  :: pas {m}
waist {n} (part of the body between the pelvis and the stomach)  :: talia {f}, pas {m}
waistcoat {n} (a sleeveless, collarless garment)  :: kamizelka {f}, bezrękawnik {m}
wait {v} (delay until some event)  :: czekać {impf}
wait {v} (transitive: delay until) SEE: await  ::
waiter {n} (a server in a restaurant or similar)  :: kelner {m}
wait for {v} (wait) SEE: wait  ::
waiting room {n} (room)  :: poczekalnia {f}
waitlist {n} (waiting list) SEE: waiting list  ::
waitress {n} (female waiter)  :: kelnerka {f}
waive {v} (to relinquish; to give up claim to)  :: zrezygnować
waiver {n} (the act of waiving)  :: zrzeczenie się
wake {n} (path left behind a ship on the surface of the water)  :: kilwater {m}
wake {n} (period after death)  :: czuwanie {n}, przy zwłokach
wake {n} (turbulent air left behind a flying aircraft)  :: smuga kondensacyjna {f}
wake {v} (to make somebody stop sleeping)  :: obudzić
wake {v} (to stop sleeping)  :: obudzić się
wake up {v} (to (become) awake)  :: obudzić się
wake up on the wrong side of bed {v} (to be irritable) SEE: get up on the wrong side of the bed  ::
Waldemar {prop} (male given name)  :: Waldemar
waldmeister {n} (herb) SEE: sweet woodruff  ::
Wales {prop} (a constituent nation of the UK)  :: Walia {f}
walk {n} (trip made by walking)  :: spacer {m}
walk {v} (to move on the feet)  :: iść, chodzić
walk a tightrope {v} (to undertake a precarious course)  :: balansować na krawędzi, stąpać po kruchym lodzie
walkaway {n} (easy victory) SEE: walkover  ::
walkie-talkie {n} (portable radio)  :: krótkofalówka {f}
walking cane {n} (walking stick) SEE: walking stick  ::
walking stick {n} (cane)  :: laska
walking stick {n} (insect) SEE: stick insect  ::
walk in the park {n} (something easy or pleasant, especially by comparison to something)  :: bułka z masłem [butter bun], łatwizna {f}
walk-on {n} (actor with a small part)  :: statysta
walk out on {v} (to abandon)  :: porzucić
walkthrough {n} (A playthrough detailing the steps involved in winning the game)  :: instrukcji
wall {n} (anatomy, zoology, botany: divisive or containing structure)  :: ściana {f}, przegroda {f}
wall {n} (butterfly Lasiommata megera)  :: osadnik megera {m-an}
wall {n} (defensive rampart)  :: wał {m-in}, mur {m-in}
wall {n} (fictional bidder at an auction)  :: słup {m-an}
wall {n} (internet: personal notice board)  :: tablica {f}
wall {n} (structure built for defense surrounding an area)  :: mur {m-in}
wall {n} (substantial structure acting as side or division in a building)  :: ściana {f}
Wallachia {prop} (region in Romania)  :: Wołoszczyzna {f}
wall chaser {n} (power tool)  :: bruzdownica
wallet {n} (case for keeping money)  :: portfel {m}, portmonetka {f}
wallflower {n} (any of several short-lived herbs or shrubs of the Erysimum)  :: pszonak {m}
wallflower {n} (socially awkward person)  :: ktoś podpierający ściany
Wallis and Futuna {prop} (an overseas territory of France in Oceania)  :: Wallis i Futuna
Wallonia {prop} (a region)  :: Walonia {f}
Walloon {adj} (referring to the French-speaking people of southern Belgium)  :: waloński {m}
Walloon {adj} (referring to the Romance language)  :: waloński {m}
Walloon {n} (an inhabitant of Wallonia)  :: Walończyk {m}, Walonka {f}
Walloon {prop} (Romance language)  :: waloński {m}
Walloon Brabant {prop} (province)  :: Brabancja Walońska {f}
wallpaper {n} (decorative paper for walls)  :: tapeta {f}
wallpaper {v} (to cover with wallpaper)  :: tapetować
walls have ears {proverb} (walls have ears)  :: ściany mają uszy
walnut {adj} (colour)  :: orzechowy
walnut {n} (colour)  :: orzech włoski
walnut {n} (nut)  :: orzech włoski
walnut {n} (tree)  :: orzech włoski
Walpurgis night {n} (Walpurgis Night)  :: Noc Walpurgi {f}
walrus {n} (large Arctic marine mammal)  :: mors {m}
Walter {prop} (male given name)  :: Walter {m}
Wanda {prop} (female given name)  :: Wanda
wander {n} (act or instance of wandering)  :: spacer {m}
wander {v} (to move without purpose or destination)  :: włóczyć się
wanderer {n} (one who wanders)  :: wędrowiec {m}
wandering {n} (roaming)  :: wędrowny
wangle {v} (falsify) SEE: falsify  ::
waning {adj} (becoming weaker or smaller)  :: malejący {m}, słabnący {m}
waning {adj} (of the lunar phase)  :: blednący {m}
wank {n} (act of masturbation)  :: walenie konia, masturbacja
wank {v} (transitive: to masturbate)  :: walić konia, masturbować
wanker {n} (idiot)  :: idiota {m}
want {v} (desire)  :: chcieć {impf}, życzyć {impf}
want {v} (lack) SEE: lack  ::
wanted {adj} (desired)  :: pożądany, chciany
wanted {adj} (law: subject to immediate detainment)  :: poszukiwany
wanton {adj} (undisciplined (obsolete))  :: nieposłuszny {m}, nieposkromiony, niepohamowany
wanton {adj}  :: złośliwy {m}
war {n} (card game)  :: wojna {f}
war {n} (conflict involving organized use of arms)  :: wojna {f}
war {n} (rhetorical: campaign against something)  :: walka {f}, wojna {f}, bój {m-in}
war {v} (to engage in conflict)  :: walczyć, prowadzić wojnę
Waray-Waray {prop} (central Philippine Visayan language)  :: warajski
war crime {n} (offense for violations of the law of war)  :: zbrodnia wojenna {f}
ward {n} (administrative subdivision of cities)  :: okręg {m}, dzielnica {f}
ward {n} (part of a hospital where patients reside)  :: oddział {m}
wardrobe {n} (cabinet in which clothes may be stored)  :: szafa {f}
wardrobe {n} (collection of clothing)  :: garderoba {f}
wardrobe {n} (department in theater)  :: garderoba {f}
warehouse {n} (A place for storing large amounts of products)  :: magazyn {m}
warehouse {v} (To store, as in a warehouse)  :: magazynować
warehouseman {n} (person who manages or works in a warehouse)  :: magazynier {m}
warfare {n}  :: wojna {f}
warhead {n} (part of a missile, projectile, torpedo, rocket, or other munition)  :: głowica {f}
warlock {n} (male magic-user)  :: czarnoksiężnik {m}, czarownik {m}
warm {adj} (ardent, zealous)  :: żarliwy
warm {adj} (being something that causes warmth)  :: ciepły
warm {adj} (caring, of relation to another person)  :: ciepły
warm {adj} (having a temperature slightly higher than usual)  :: ciepły
warm {v} (to make or keep warm)  :: ogrzewać
warm front {n} (the trailing edge of a mass of cold air)  :: front ciepły {m}
warmth {n} (moderate heat; sensation of being warm)  :: ciepło {n}
warning {interj} (warning of danger in signs)  :: uwaga
warning {n} (instance of warning someone)  :: ostrzeżenie {n}
warning {n} (something spoken or written that is intended to warn)  :: ostrzeżenie {n}
war of nerves {n} (situation in which opposed parties maintain a tense, contentious relationship)  :: wojna nerwów
warrant {n} (legal: judicial writ)  :: nakaz {m}
warrant {n} (warrant officer) SEE: warrant officer  ::
warrant {v} (to authorize) SEE: authorize  ::
warrant {v} (to guarantee)  :: gwarantować
warrant {v} (to justify) SEE: justify  ::
warranty {n} (legal: engagement or undertaking that a certain fact is as promised)  :: gwarancja {f}
warranty {n} (security; warrant; guarantee)  :: gwarancja
warrior {n} (person actively engaged in battle, conflict or warfare)  :: wojownik {m}, żołnierz {m}
warrior {n} (person aggressively, courageously, or energetically involved in an activity)  :: bojownik {m}
Warsaw {prop} (Capital city of Poland)  :: Warszawa {f}
Warsaw Pact {prop} (military alliance)  :: Układ Warszawski {m}
Warsaw Pact {prop} (pact)  :: Układ Warszawski {m}
warship {n} (type of watercraft)  :: okręt wojenny {m}
Warsovian {adj} (Varsovian) SEE: Varsovian  ::
Warsovian {n} (Varsovian) SEE: Varsovian  ::
wart {n} (type of growth occurring on the skin)  :: brodawka {f}
warthog {n} (a species of wild pig)  :: guziec {m}
warts and all {adv} (in a manner which does not conceal shortcomings or imperfections)  :: bezdyskusyjnie
wasabi {n} (green Japanese condiment)  :: wasabi {n}
wash {n} (painting)  :: lawowanie
wash {n} (pigwash) SEE: pigwash  ::
wash {v} (to clean oneself)  :: myć się {impf}, umyć się {pf}
wash {v} (to clean with water)  :: myć, [of clothes] prać
washbasin {n} (sink)  :: umywalka {f}
washer {n} (flat disk)  :: podkładka {f}
washer {n} (person who washes for a living)  :: praczka {f}
washerwoman {n} (woman who washes other people's laundry)  :: praczka {f}
washing {n} (action of the verb "to wash")  :: mycie {f}, pranie
washing machine {n} (machine that washes clothes)  :: pralka {f}
Washington {prop} (Washington)  :: Waszyngton {m}
washroom {n} (toilet) SEE: toilet  ::
wash tub {n} (tub used for washing clothes) SEE: washtub  ::
wash up {v} (clean utensils, dishes, etc.) SEE: do the dishes  ::
wasp {n} (insect)  :: osa {f}
waste {n} (useless products, garbage)  :: śmieci {p}
waste {v} (to squander)  :: marnować
wastebasket {n} (garbage can) SEE: garbage can  ::
wastebasket {n} (wastepaper basket) SEE: wastepaper basket  ::
wasteful {adj} (inclined to waste)  :: rozrzutny
wastepaper {n} (unwanted paper that has been discarded)  :: makulatura {f}
waste time {v} (to allow time to elapse in an unproductive manner)  :: tracić czas
wastewater {n} (water containing waste products)  :: ścieki {m-p}
watch {n} (group of sailors and officers)  :: wachta {f}
watch {n} (particular time period)  :: wachta {f}
watch {n} (period of time on duty)  :: wachta {f}
watch {n} (person or group of people who guard)  :: straż {f}
watch {n} (portable or wearable timepiece)  :: zegarek {m}
watch {v} (to attend or guard)  :: pilnować
watch {v} (to look at for a period of time)  :: oglądać, obserwować
watch {v} (to observe)  :: oglądać
watchmaker {n} (person who repairs watches)  :: zegarmistrz {m}
watch over {v} (to guard and protect)  :: czuwać
water {n} (amniotic fluid) SEE: amniotic fluid  ::
water {n} (body of water, or specific part of it)  :: wody {f-p}, woda {f}
water {n} (clear liquid H₂O)  :: woda {f}
water {n} (mineral water) SEE: mineral water  ::
water {n} (one of the basic elements)  :: woda {f}
water {n} (spa water)  :: wody {f-p}
water {v} (to fill with or secrete water)  :: [eyes] łzawić
water {v} (to pour water into the soil surrounding (plants))  :: podlewać
water {v} (to provide (animals) with water)  :: poić
waterbody {n} (significant accumulation of water) SEE: body of water  ::
water buffalo {n} (large ungulate)  :: bawół domowy
water clock {n} (clepsydra) SEE: clepsydra  ::
water clock {n} (device for measuring time)  :: zegar wodny
water closet {n} (flush toilet)  :: klozet {m}, ubikacja {f}
watercolor {adj} (pertaining to the methods or products of watercolor) SEE: watercolour  ::
watercolor {n} (an artwork) SEE: watercolour  ::
watercolor {n} (any paint used in this method) SEE: watercolour  ::
watercolor {n} (a painting technique) SEE: watercolour  ::
watercress {n} (Nasturtium officinale)  :: rukiew {f}, rukiew wodna
water diviner {n} (water diviner) SEE: dowser  ::
water dog {n} (water dog)  :: pies wodny {m}, pies dowodny {m}
waterfall {n} (flow of water over the edge of a cliff)  :: wodospad {m}
waterfall {n} (waterfall-like outpouring)  :: wodospad {m}
watering can {n} (utensil for watering plants)  :: konewka {f}
watering pot {n} (watering can) SEE: watering can  ::
water lily {n} (Any members of Nymphaeaceae)  :: grzybienie {p}
watermark {n} (translucent design impressed on paper)  :: znak wodny {m}
watermelon {n} (fruit)  :: arbuz {m}
watermelon {n} (plant)  :: arbuz {m}
water park {n} (aquapark) SEE: aquapark  ::
water plantain {n} (Alisma)  :: żabieniec {m}
water pollution {n} (water pollution)  :: zanieczyszczenie wód {n}
waterproof {adj} (unaffected by water)  :: wodoodporny
water scorpion {n} (insect of the family Nepidae)  :: płoszczyca
watershed {n} (drainage basin) SEE: drainage basin  ::
water table {n} (level underground)  :: zwierciadło wód podziemnych {n}
watertight {adj} (So tightly made that water cannot enter or escape)  :: wodoszczelny {m}, nieprzemakalny {m}
water tower {n} (tank of water)  :: wieża ciśnień {f}
water vapor {n} (steam)  :: para
water vapor {n} (water in a gaseous state)  :: para wodna {f}
waterway {n} (navigable body of water)  :: droga wodna {f}
watery {adj} (tearful) SEE: tearful  ::
watt {n} (derived unit of power)  :: wat {m}
waulk {v} (full) SEE: full  ::
wave {n} (moving disturbance, undulation)  :: fala
wave {v} (to cause to move back and forth repeatedly)  :: zamachać
wave {v} (to move back and forth repeatedly)  :: falować, łopotać, powiewać
wave {v} (to signal with a waving movement)  :: zamachać
wave {v} (to wave one’s hand)  :: machać
wavefunction {n} (notion in quantum mechanics)  :: funkcja falowa {f}
waveguide {n} (a structure which guides waves)  :: falowód {m}
wave-particle duality {n} (concept applying to matter and radiation)  :: dualizm korpuskularno-falowy
wax {adj} (made of wax)  :: woskowy
wax {n} (beeswax) SEE: beeswax  ::
wax {n} (earwax) SEE: earwax  ::
wax {n} (oily, water-resistant substance)  :: wosk {m-in}
wax {v} (apply wax to)  :: woskować
wax gourd {n} (fuzzy melon fruit) SEE: winter melon  ::
wax gourd {n} (vine) SEE: winter melon  ::
waxlike {adj} (waxy) SEE: waxy  ::
waxwing {n} (songbird of genus Bombycilla)  :: jemiołuszka {f}
way {adv} (far) SEE: far (adverb)  ::
way {adv} (much) SEE: much (adverb)  ::
way {n} (method)  :: sposób
way {n} (wide path)  :: droga {f}
waybill {n} (document that lists the final destination (and other details) of each part of a cargo)  :: konosament {m}
wayfarer {n} (traveller)  :: wędrowiec {m}
Way of the Cross {n} (series of images)  :: droga krzyżowa {f}
way to go {interj} (expression of congrats, encouragement or approval)  :: tak trzymać
WC {initialism} (water closet)  :: WC {n}, ubikacja {f}
we {pron} (the speakers, or the speaker(s) and other person(s) not being addressed (exclusive we: he or she or they and I))  :: my
weak {adj} (lacking in force or ability)  :: słaby {m}
weaken {v} (to become weaker)  :: słabnąć {impf}, osłabnąć {pf}
weakling {n} (person of weak or even sickly physical constitution)  :: słabeusz {m}
weakly {adv} (with little strength or force)  :: słabo
weakness {n} (condition of being weak)  :: słabość {f}
weakness {n} (special fondness)  :: słabość
weak nuclear interaction {n} (fundamental interaction)  :: oddziaływanie słabe
wealth {n} (great amount; an abundance or plenty, usually of money)  :: bogactwo {n}, mnóstwo
wealth {n} (riches; valuable material possessions)  :: zamożność {f}, bogactwo {n}
wealthy {adj} (rich)  :: bogaty, zamożny
weapon {n} (instrument of attack or defense in combat)  :: broń {f}
weapon of mass destruction {acronym} (weapon causing large-scale death or destruction)  :: broń masowego rażenia {f}
wear {n} (clothing)  :: ubranie {n}
wear {v} (to have on (clothes))  :: nosić
wear off {v} (to diminish in effect)  :: przechodzić {impf}, przejść {pf}, zanikać {impf}, zaniknąć {pf}
wear off {v} (to disappear because of being abraded, over-polished, or abused)  :: ścierać się {impf}, zetrzeć się {pf}, schodzić {impf}, zejść {pf}
wear one's heart on one's sleeve {v} (to be transparent or forthright about one's emotions)  :: mieć serce na dłoni
wear out one's welcome {v} (to make one's presence unwanted)  :: tr=to abuse hospitality
wear the pants {v} (wear the trousers) SEE: wear the trousers  ::
wear thin {v} (to lessen or weaken over time, as from overuse)  :: tracić na znaczeniu
weasel {n} (least weasel, Mustela nivalis)  :: łasica {f}
weasel {v} (to weasel out of doing something)  :: wykręcić się
weasel out {v} (to weasel out of doing something)  :: wykręcić się {pf}, wykręcać się {impf}
weather {n} (situation) SEE: situation  ::
weather {n} (state of the atmosphere)  :: pogoda {f}
weather balloon {n} (meteorological balloon)  :: balon meteorologiczny
weathering {n} (breaking down of rocks)  :: wietrzenie {n}
weatherize {v} (to protect against weather) SEE: weatherproof  ::
weatherperson {n} (weatherman) SEE: weatherman  ::
weave {v} (to form something by passing strands of material over and under one another)  :: tkać
weaver {n} (one who weaves)  :: tkacz {m}, tkaczka {f}
web {n} (a fold of tissue connecting the toes of certain birds)  :: błona pławna {f}
web {n} (any interconnected set of persons, places, or things)  :: sieć {f}
web {n} (spiderweb) SEE: spiderweb  ::
web {n} (the World Wide Web (also spelled Web))  :: sieć {f}
web browser {n} (a computer program used to navigate the World Wide Web)  :: przeglądarka {f}, przeglądarka internetowa {f}
weber {n} (derived unit of magnetic flux)  :: weber {m}
weblog {n} (blog) SEE: blog  ::
web page {n} (a single page in a website)  :: strona internetowa {f}
website {n} (a collection of pages on the World Wide Web)  :: strona WWW {f}, strona internetowa {f}
wedding {n} (marriage ceremony)  :: ślub {m}
wedding gown {n} (wedding dress) SEE: wedding dress  ::
wedding ring {n} (a ring symbolizing marriage)  :: obrączka {f}
wedge {n} (group of geese or swans in flight)  :: klucz {m}
wedge {n} (piece of food etc.)  :: kawałek {m}
wedge {n} (simple machine)  :: klin {m}
wedge-tailed eagle {n} (eaglehawk) SEE: eaglehawk  ::
wedgy {adj} (shaped like a wedge) SEE: wedgelike  ::
Wednesday {n} (day of the week)  :: środa {f}
weed {n} (cigar) SEE: cigar  ::
weed {n} (duckweed) SEE: duckweed  ::
weed {n} (figuratively: something useless)  :: chwast {m}
weed {n} (informal: puny person)  :: cherlak {m}, mięczak {m}
weed {n} (slang: marijuana)  :: trawka {f} [slang]
weed {n} (the weed) SEE: tobacco  ::
weed {n} (underbrush; low shrubs)  :: zielsko {n}
weed {n} (unwanted plant)  :: chwast {m}, zielsko {m}
weed {v} (to remove weeds from)  :: plewić, odchwaszczać
weed eater {n} (string trimmer) SEE: string trimmer  ::
week {n} (period of seven days)  :: tydzień {m-in}
weekday {n} (weekday)  :: dzień roboczy {m-in}
weekend {adj} (Occurring at the weekend)  :: weekendowy
weekend {adj} (Of, relating to or for the weekend)  :: weekendowy
weekend {n} (break in the working week)  :: weekend {m-in}
weekly {adj} (happening once a week or every week)  :: cotygodniowy
weekly {adj} (of or relating to a week)  :: tygodniowy
weekly {adv} (every week)  :: cotygodniowo, co tydzień
weekly {n} (publication that is published once a week)  :: tygodnik {m-in}
weep {v} (to cry, shed tears)  :: płakać {impf}
weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth {n} (consternation, worry)  :: płacz i zgrzytanie zębów
weeping willow {n} (Salix babylonica) SEE: Peking willow  ::
weeping willow {n} (tree)  :: wierzba płacząca {f}
wee-wee {n} (childish: male or female genitalia)  :: siusiak {m} [male], cipka {f} [female]
wee-wee {n} (urine, urination (childish))  :: siusiu {n}
weft {n} (fill)  :: wątek {m}, nić wątku {f}
weft {n} (horizontal threads)  :: wątek {m}
weigh {v} (to determine the weight of an object)  :: ważyć
weigh {v} (to have a certain weight)  :: ważyć {impf}
weigh down {v} (to act as ballast)  :: obciążać
weigh down {v} (to be too much to handle)  :: przytłaczać
weight {n} (force due to gravity)  :: waga {f}
weighted average {n} (arithmetic mean of values biased according to agreed weightings) SEE: weighted mean  ::
weighted graph {n} (graph)  :: graf ważony {m}
weighted mean {n} (average calculated after biasing values)  :: średnia ważona {f}
weightlifting {n} (sport in which competitors lift heavy weights)  :: podnoszenie ciężarów {n}
weir {n} (adjustable dam)  :: jaz {m}
weir {n} (fence to catch fish)  :: jaz {m}
weird {adj} (deviating from the normal; bizarre)  :: dziwaczny {m}
weird {adj} (having an unusually strange character or behaviour)  :: dziwny {m}
weirdo {n} (strange person)  :: dziwak {m}
welcome {adj} (whose arrival is a cause of joy)  :: mile widziany
welcome {interj} (greeting given upon someone's arrival)  :: witaj! {s}, witajcie! {p}, witamy
welcome {n} (act of greeting someone's arrival)  :: powitanie {n}
welcome {n} (utterance of such a greeting)  :: powitanie {n}
welcome {v} (affirm or greet the arrival of someone)  :: witać
weld {n} (herb)  :: rezeda żółtawa {f}
weld {v} (to bind, unite)  :: spajać {impf}, zespajać {impf}, spoić {pf}, zespoić {pf}
weld {v} (to join materials (especially metals) by applying heat)  :: spawać {impf}, zespawać {pf}
welder {n} (one who welds)  :: spawacz {m}
welfare state {n} (a social system in which the state takes overall responsibility for the welfare of its citizens)  :: państwo opiekuńcze {n}
welfare state {n} (a state or nation in which such a system operates)  :: państwo opiekuńcze {n}
welkin {n} (sky) SEE: sky  ::
well {adj} (in good health)  :: zdrowy {m}, zdrowa {f}
well {adv} (accurately; competently)  :: dobrze
well {adv} ((slang) very)  :: nieźle
well {adv} (to a significant degree)  :: dobrze
well {interj} (exclamation of surprise)  :: coś takiego, no
well {interj} (to acknowledge a statement or situation)  :: cóż
well {interj} (used in conversation to fill space)  :: hm, no, cóż
well {interj} (used to introduce a statement that may be contrary to expectations)  :: cóż, no
well {n} (cockpit of a sailing boat) SEE: cockpit of a sailing boat  ::
well {n} (hole sunk into the ground)  :: studnia {f}
well begun is half done {proverb} (proverb)  :: dobry początek to połowa roboty
Wellington {n} (Wellington boot) SEE: Wellington boot  ::
Wellington {prop} (capital of New Zealand)  :: Wellington
Wellington boot {n} (Wellington boot) SEE: Wellington boots  ::
Wellington boots {n} (waterproof rubber boot)  :: kalosz {m}
well logging {n} (making a record of the geologic formations penetrated by a borehole)  :: geofizyka otworowa {f}
well-mannered {adj} (having good manners)  :: dobrze wychowany
well-nigh {adv} (almost)  :: prawie
well-read {adj} (well informed and knowledgeable because of having read extensively)  :: oczytany {m}
welly {n} (Wellington boot) SEE: Wellington boot  ::
wels catfish {n} (Silurus glanis)  :: sum
Welsh {adj} (of or pertaining to the Welsh language)  :: walijski
Welsh {adj} (of or pertaining to Wales)  :: walijski
Welsh {prop} (collectively, people of Wales)  :: Walijczycy {m-pr-p}
Welsh {prop} (language)  :: język walijski {m-in}
Welshman {n} (native or inhabitant of Wales)  :: Walijczyk {m}
Welshwoman {n} (woman who is a native or inhabitant of Wales)  :: Walijka {f}
weltanschauung {n} (worldview) SEE: worldview  ::
Wenceslas {prop} (male given name) SEE: Wenceslaus  ::
Wenceslaus {prop} (male given name)  :: Wacław
wench {n} (a promiscuous woman)  :: dziwka {f}
wench {n} (a young woman)  :: dziewka {f}
Wendish {adj} (Sorbian) SEE: Sorbian  ::
Wendish {prop} (Sorbian) SEE: Sorbian  ::
werehyena {n} (shapeshifter assuming the shape of a hyena)  :: hienołak
werewolf {n} (wolflike human)  :: wilkołak {m}
Weser {prop} (river in Germany)  :: Wezera {f}
west {adj} (occidental)  :: zachodni
west {adj} (towards the west)  :: na zachód
west {adj} (western)  :: zachodni
west {n} (compass point)  :: zachód {m-in}
West {prop} (Western world)  :: Zachód {m}, Okcydent {m}
West Bank {prop} (territory)  :: Zachodni Brzeg {m}
West Berlin {prop} (western Berlin between 1949 and 1990)  :: Berlin Zachodni {m}
western {adj} (blowing from the west)  :: zachodni
western {adj} (pertaining to the west)  :: zachodni
western {n} (film or other dramatic work)  :: western {m}
Western {adj} (of, situated in, or related to the West) SEE: western  ::
Western {n} (work of a genre dealing with Old West) SEE: western  ::
Western Australia {prop} (state of Australia)  :: Australia Zachodnia {f}
Western Europe {prop} (Western Europe)  :: Europa Zachodnia {f}
westernization {n} (assimilation of the western culture)  :: okcydentalizacja {f}
western osprey {n} (Pandion haliaetus) SEE: osprey  ::
Western Sahara {prop} (a territory in northern Africa)  :: Sahara Zachodnia {f}
western slaty antshrike {n} (bird)  :: chronka nizinna
Western Strip {prop} (Aragon Strip) SEE: Aragon Strip  ::
West Flanders {prop} (Belgian province in Flanders)  :: Flandria Zachodnia {f}
West Frisian {prop} (language spoken in Friesland)  :: (język) zachodniofryzyjski {m}
West Frisian {prop} (the Western Frisian dialect of Dutch)  :: zachodniofryzyjski {m}
West Punjab {prop} (province in Pakistan)  :: Pendżab {m}
West Slavic {prop} (of or relating to the West Slavs)  :: zachodniosłowiański
westward {adv} (towards the west)  :: na zachód
wet {adj} (of an object: covered with or impregnated with liquid)  :: mokry, wilgotny
wet blanket {n} (someone who takes the fun out of a situation or activity)  :: malkontent {m}, smutas {m}
wetland {n} (land that is covered mostly with water, with occasional marshy and soggy areas)  :: mokradło {n}
wet nurse {n} (woman hired to suckle another woman's child)  :: mamka {f}
wet season {n} (rainy season) SEE: rainy season  ::
wetsuit {n} (close fitting, insulating garment)  :: pianka {f}
wet t-shirt competition {n} (event) SEE: wet t-shirt contest  ::
whale {n} (large sea mammal)  :: wieloryb {m}, waleń {m}
whaling {n} (practice of hunting whales)  :: wielorybnictwo {n}
whaling {n} (whale watching) SEE: whale watching  ::
wham, bam, thank you ma'am {interj} (hit it and quit it) SEE: hit it and quit it  ::
wharf {n} (man-made landing place)  :: przystań {f}
what {adv} (such)  :: co za
what {determiner} (which)  :: który {m}, która {f}, które {n} (which of certain choices), jaki {m}, jaka {f}, jakie {n} (which kind of)
what {interj} (expression of surprise)  :: co!
what {pron} (interrogative pronoun)  :: co
what {pron} (that which; those that; the thing that)  :: to, co
what a lovely day {phrase} (what a lovely day)  :: ale piękny dzień
what a pity {phrase} (used to express regret)  :: szkoda
what are you doing {phrase} (what are you doing)  :: [informal] co robisz?, [formal, to a man] co Pan robi?, [formal, to a woman] co Pani robi?
what can I say {phrase} (an expression indicating that there is nothing to be said which would improve matters)  :: cóż mam rzec?
whatchamacallit {n} (an object of unknown name)  :: wihajster, ustrojstwo
what does that have to do with the price of tea in China {phrase} (a comment used to indicate that a previous comment is irrelevant or unimportant)  :: co ma piernik do wiatraka
what does XX mean {phrase} (what does XX mean?)  :: co oznacza XX?
whatever {determiner} (anything)  :: cokolwiek
whatever {determiner} (no matter which; for any)  :: cokolwiek
whatever {interj} (indicating the speaker does not care what someone says)  :: nieważne
what for {adv} (For what reason; why)  :: po co, dlaczego
what goes around comes around {proverb} (actions have consequences)  :: co z siebie dajesz, to do ciebie wraca
what is that {phrase} (what is that?)  :: co to jest?
what is your name {phrase} (what is your name?)  :: jak się nazywasz? [formal], jak masz na imię? [informal]
what is your phone number {phrase} (what's your phone number?) SEE: what's your phone number?  ::
what languages do you speak {phrase} (what languages do you speak?)  :: jakie znasz języki?
what's done is done {proverb} (Events that have already taken place cannot be changed)  :: co się stało, to się nie odstanie, co było, to było
what's new {phrase} (informal greeting asking what has happened recently)  :: co nowego?
whatsoever {adj} (in any way)  :: wcale, w ogóle
what's on your mind {phrase} (what is bothering you?)  :: co ci chodzi po głowie?
what's up {phrase} (informal, How are you?)  :: jak leci?, jak tam?
what's your name {phrase} (what's your name?)  :: (informal, ask for first name): jak masz na imię?; (informal, ask for first name and surname): jak się nazywasz?; [polite] (for male) jak Pan ma na imię?
what the fuck {phrase} (An intensive form of what)  :: co jest kurwa?
what time is it {phrase} (what is the time of day?)  :: która godzina?, która jest godzina?
wheal {n} (small raised swelling on the skin) SEE: weal  ::
wheat {n} (grain)  :: pszenica {f}
wheatear {n} (various passerine birds)  :: białorzytka {f}
wheaten {adj} (made from wheat)  :: pszenny {m}, pszeniczny {m}
wheel {n} (a circular device facilitating movement or transportation)  :: koło {n}
wheel {n} (steering device in a vessel)  :: koło sterowe {n}
wheel {n} (steering wheel and its implied control of a vehicle) SEE: steering wheel  ::
wheelbarrow {n} (a small cart)  :: taczka {f}
wheelchair {n} (a chair mounted on large wheels for the transportation or use of a sick or disabled person)  :: wózek inwalidzki {m}
wheel of Fortune {prop} (Tarot card)  :: koło fortuny {n}
Wheel of Fortune {prop} (television game show)  :: Koło Fortuny {n}
wheelwright {n} (person who builds and repairs wheels)  :: kołodziej {m}
wheeze {v} (breathe hard)  :: sapać
when {adv} (direct question)  :: kiedy
when {conj} (as soon as)  :: gdy
when {conj} (at a time in the past)  :: gdy, kiedy
when {conj} (at such time as)  :: gdy
when {conj} (at what time)  :: kiedy
when {n} (the time)  :: kiedy
when {pron} (what time; which time)  :: kiedy
whence {adv} (from where; from which place or source)  :: skąd
whenever {adv} (at whatever time)  :: kiedykolwiek
whenever {adv} (when) SEE: when  ::
when Hell freezes over {adv} (never)  :: prędzej piekło zamarznie
when in Rome, do as the Romans do {proverb} (behave as those around do)  :: jeśli wejdziesz między wrony, musisz krakać jak i one
when it rains, it pours {proverb} (if a person encounters bad luck, more bad luck will follow)  :: nieszczęścia chodzą parami [misfortunes walk in pairs]
when pigs fly {adv} (never, expressed by an idiom)  :: na świętego nigdy
when the cat's away the mice will play {proverb} (in the absence of a controlling entity, subordinates will take advantage of circumstances)  :: gdy kota nie ma, myszy harcują
where {adv} (at what place; to what place; from what place)  :: gdzie [at what place], dokąd [to what place], skąd [from what place]
where {n} (the place in which something happens)  :: gdzie
whereabouts {n} (location)  :: miejsce pobytu {n}
where are you from {phrase} (in which country or region were you born or raised)  :: skąd jesteś?, skąd pochodzisz?, skąd pan jest
where does this train go {phrase} (where does this train go?)  :: dokąd jedzie ten pociąg?
where do you live {phrase} (where do you live?)  :: gdzie mieszkasz? [informal], gdzie Pan mieszka? [formal, to a man], gdzie Pani mieszka? [formal, to a woman]
wherefore {conj} (because of which)  :: dlaczego
where is the toilet {phrase} (where is the toilet?)  :: gdzie jest toaleta?, gdzie jest ubikacja?
wherenot {n} (wherever) SEE: wherever  ::
wherever {adv} (emphatic form of "where")  :: gdzież, dokądże
wherever {conj} (in all places, everywhere)  :: wszędzie
wherever {conj} (in any place, anywhere)  :: gdziekolwiek, dokądkolwiek, gdzie tylko, dokąd tylko, gdzie nie, dokąd nie
whether {conj} (if, whether or not)  :: czy ... czy
whether {conj} (introducing indirect questions)  :: czy
whew {interj} (an expressive sound made indicating the release of one's inner tension)  :: uf, uff
whey {n} (liquid remaining after milk has been curdled)  :: serwatka {f}
which {determiner} ((interrogative) what, of those mentioned or implied)  :: który {m}, jaki
which {determiner} ((relative) the one(s) that)  :: który {m}
which {pron} ((interrogative) what one or ones)  :: który {m}
which {pron} ((relative) who, whom, what)  :: który {m}
whicker {v} (Of a horse, to neigh softly, to make a breathy whinny.)  :: rżeć
whiff {v} (baseball sense) SEE: strike out  ::
while {conj} (although)  :: chociaż
while {conj} (during the same time that)  :: gdy
while {conj} (until) SEE: until  ::
while {n} (uncertain duration of time, a period of time)  :: chwila {f}, jakiś czas {m}
whim {n} (fanciful impulse)  :: kaprys {m}
whimsicality {n} (caprice) SEE: caprice  ::
whine {v} (to utter a whine)  :: marudzić
whip {n} (rod or rope)  :: bat {m}, bicz {m}
whip {n} (whipped cream) SEE: whipped cream  ::
whipped cream {n} (thick cream that has had air incorporated into it by rapid beating)  :: bita śmietana {f}
whipper snipper {n} (string trimmer) SEE: string trimmer  ::
whirlpool {n} (swirling body of water)  :: wir wodny {m}
whirlwind {n} (a violent windstorm of limited extent characterised by an inward spiral motion of the air)  :: trąba powietrzna
whisker {n} (long projecting hair at the sides of the mouth of a cat)  :: wibrys {m}, wibrysy {p}
whiskey {n} (alcoholic drink)  :: whisky {f}
whisky {n} (whiskey) SEE: whiskey  ::
whisper {n} (act of speaking in a quiet voice)  :: szept {m}
whisper {v} (to talk in a quiet voice)  :: szeptać {impf}, szepnąć {pf}
whist {n} (card game)  :: wist {m}
whistle {n} (device used to make a whistling sound)  :: gwizdek {m}
whistle {n} (slang: a suit) SEE: suit  ::
whistle {n} (sound made by whistling)  :: gwizd {m}
whistle {n} (sound similar to the sound made by whistling)  :: gwizd {m}
whistle {v} (to produce a whistling sound)  :: gwizdać {impf}, świstać {impf}
whistler {n} (whistling marmot) SEE: hoary marmot  ::
white {adj} (bright and colourless)  :: biały
white {n} (albumen)  :: białko {n}
white {n} (color/colour)  :: biel {f}
white {n} (white wine) SEE: white wine  ::
white alder {n} (American winterberry) SEE: American winterberry  ::
white as a sheet {adj} (pale as if suffering from shock)  :: biały jak papier {m}
white as snow {adj} (very white)  :: śnieżnobiały
white bear {n} (polar bear) SEE: polar bear  ::
white-bearded antshrike {n} (passerine bird)  :: sliniacznik
white beech {n} (American beech) SEE: American beech  ::
white-billed diver {n} (Gavia adamsii)  :: nur białodzioby {m}
white coat {n} (white coat worn in laboratories)  :: kitel {m}
white dwarf {n} (white dwarf star)  :: biały karzeł {m}
white elephant {n} (mammal)  :: biały słoń {m}
whitefin dolphin {n} (baiji) SEE: baiji  ::
whitefish {n} (beluga) SEE: beluga  ::
whitefish {n} (menhaden) SEE: menhaden  ::
whitefish {n} (whiting) SEE: whiting  ::
white fox {n} (arctic fox) SEE: arctic fox  ::
white gourd {n} (fuzzy melon fruit) SEE: winter melon  ::
white gourd {n} (vine) SEE: winter melon  ::
white-handed gibbon {n} (lar gibbon) SEE: lar gibbon  ::
White House {prop} (The official residence of the President of the United States of America)  :: Biały Dom
White Hun {n} (Hephthalite) SEE: Hephthalite  ::
white lightning {n} (illegally distilled whiskey) SEE: moonshine  ::
white man {n} (Caucasian) SEE: Caucasian  ::
whiteout {n} (correction fluid) SEE: correction fluid  ::
white petrolatum {n} (petroleum jelly) SEE: petroleum jelly  ::
white pointer {n} (great white shark) SEE: great white shark  ::
white roe {n} (milt) SEE: milt  ::
White Russian {n} (Belarusian person) SEE: Belarusian  ::
White Russian {prop} (Belarusian language) SEE: Belarusian  ::
white sauce {n} (béchamel sauce) SEE: béchamel sauce  ::
white sauce {n} (mayonnaise) SEE: mayonnaise  ::
White Sea {prop} (a sea to the northwest of Russia)  :: Morze Białe {n}
white-shouldered antshrike {n} (passerine bird)  :: chronka kropkowana
whitesmith {n} (tinsmith) SEE: tinsmith  ::
white tea {n} (drink)  :: biała herbata {f}
whitethroat {n} (Sylvia communis)  :: cierniówka {f}
white whale {n} (a cetacean, Delphinapterus leucas) SEE: beluga  ::
white wine {n} (light coloured wine)  :: białe wino {n}
whither {adv} (to which place)  :: dokąd
whitish {adj} (somewhat white)  :: białawy
whittle {n} (large knife)  :: scyzoryk {m}
whittle {v} (cut or shape wood with a knife)  :: wystrugać, wyrzeźbić
who {pron} (who? (interrogative pronoun))  :: kto
who {pron} (who (relative pronoun))  :: który {m}
whoa {interj} (stop, said to a horse)  :: prr
who cares {phrase} (reply to an unimportant statement) SEE: so what  ::
who'd have thunk it {phrase} (Who would have thought that would happen?)  :: kto by pomyślał
whoever {adv} (emphatic form of "who")  :: któż
whoever {pron} (whatever person or persons)  :: ktokolwiek
who knows {phrase} (a rhetorical question asked to show that the asker neither knows the answer nor who might know it)  :: kto wie?
who knows {phrase} (asked to express the idea that anything is possible)  :: kto wie?
whole {adj} (entire)  :: cały
whole {adj} (food with no constituents removed)  :: pełny {m}
whole {adv} (colloquial: in entirety)  :: całkowicie
whole {n} (something complete)  :: całość {f}
wholeheartedly {adv} (in a wholehearted manner; with one's whole heart; enthusiastically)  :: z całego serca
wholemeal bread {n} (bread)  :: chleb razowy {m}
whole note {n} (semibreve) SEE: semibreve  ::
whole number {n} (integer) SEE: integer  ::
whole number {n} (natural number) SEE: natural number  ::
wholesale {adj} (of or relating to sale in bulk or large quantity)  :: hurtowy {m}
wholesale {adv} (in bulk or large quantity)  :: hurtowo
wholesale {n} (sale of products, often in large quantities, to retailers or other merchants)  :: hurt {m}
wholly {adv} (to the fullest extent) SEE: completely  ::
whom {pron} (what person; object of a verb (accusative))  :: kogo
whom {pron} (what person or people, object of a preposition (dative))  :: komu
whooper {n} (whooper swan) SEE: whooper swan  ::
whooper {n} (whooping crane) SEE: whooping crane  ::
whooping cough {n} (a contagious disease)  :: koklusz {m}
whore {n} (prostitute)  :: dziwka {f}, prostytutka {f}, kurwa {f} [vulgar], szmata {f} [vulgar]
whore {v} (to pimp) SEE: pimp  ::
whore {v} (to prostitute oneself)  :: prostytuować się {impf}
whoremaster {n} (pimp) SEE: pimp  ::
whose {pron} (of which (relative))  :: który {m}
whose {pron} (of whom (interrogative))  :: czyj
whose {pron} (of whom (relative))  :: który {m}
why {adv}  :: czemu, dlaczego
why {adv} (for what reason)  :: dlaczego, czemu
why {n} (the reason)  :: powód, dlaczego
wick {n} (the porous cord that draws up liquid fuel for burning)  :: knot
wicked {adj} (evil or mischevous)  :: nikczemny, podły
wicker {n} (flexible branch or twig)  :: wiklina {f}
wicker {n} (wickerwork) SEE: wickerwork  ::
wicket gate {n} (a small gate or door, especially one built into a large one)  :: furtka {f}, bramka {f}
wide {adj} (having a large physical extent from side to side)  :: szeroki
wide-angle lens {n} (short focal length lens)  :: obiektyw szerokokątny {m}
widely {adv} (commonly, generally)  :: szeroko
widely {adv} (separated by a large distance)  :: daleko
widget {n} (component of a graphical user interface that the user interacts with)  :: widżet {m}
widow {n} (a woman whose husband has died)  :: wdowa {f}
widower {n} (a man whose wife has died and who has not remarried)  :: wdowiec
widowerhood {n} (The period of being a widower)  :: wdowieństwo {n}
widowhood {n} (The period of being a widow)  :: wdowieństwo {n}
widow's mite {n} (numismatics: lepton) SEE: lepton  ::
width {n} (measurement of something from side to side)  :: szerokość {f}
wiener {n} (childish word for the penis)  :: siusiak {m}
wife {n} (married woman)  :: żona {f}, małżonka {f}
wifebeater {n} (singlet) SEE: singlet  ::
Wi-Fi {n} (computing: wireless data communication standard)  :: Wi-Fi {m}, bezprzewodowe połączenie internetowe {f}
wig {n} (head of artificial hair)  :: peruka {f}
wigeon {n} (a kind of duck)  :: świstun {m}
wiki {n} (collaborative website)  :: wiki
Wikipedia {prop} (online encyclopedia)  :: Wikipedia {f}
Wikipedian {adj} (of or relating to Wikipedia)  :: wikipedystyczny {m}
Wikipedian {n} (a person who uses, edits, or contributes to Wikipedia)  :: wikipedysta {m}, wikipedystka {f}
Wiktionary {prop} (the project overall or one of its component parts written in a certain language)  :: Wikisłownik {m}
Wilamowice {prop} (city in Poland)  :: Wilamowice
wild {adj} (not domesticated or tamed)  :: dziki
wild boar {n} (Sus scrofa)  :: dzik {m}
wild card {n} (a substitute character)  :: wieloznacznik
wild cat {n} (domesticated cat returned to the wild) SEE: feral cat  ::
wild cat {n} (Felis silvestris) SEE: wildcat  ::
wild cat {n} (Lynx rufus) SEE: bobcat  ::
wildcat {n} (domesticated cat returned to the wild) SEE: feral cat  ::
wildcat {n} (Felis silvestris)  :: żbik {m}
wildcat {n} (Felix rufus) SEE: bobcat  ::
wildcat {n} (unauthorized industrial action)  :: żbik
wildcat {n} (undomesticated cat) SEE: wild cat  ::
wildebeest {n} (gnu) SEE: gnu  ::
wilderness {n} (uncultivated tract of land)  :: dzicz {f}, manowce, pustkowie {n}, pustynia {f}
wildfire {n} (Greek fire) SEE: Greek fire  ::
wild goose {n} (species of wildlife goose)  :: gęś gęgawa
wild-goose chase {n} (fruitless, futile pursuit)  :: szukanie wiatru w polu {n}
Wild Hunt {n} (folk myth)  :: Dziki Łów
wildlife reserve {n} (nature reserve) SEE: nature reserve  ::
wildlife sanctuary {n} (nature reserve) SEE: nature reserve  ::
wildly {adv} (in a wild manner)  :: wściekle
wild rice {n} (any species of Zizania)  :: dziki ryż {m}
wild strawberry {n} (Fragaria vesca)  :: poziomka {f}, poziomka pospolita {f}
wild turkey {n} (Meleagris gallopavo)  :: indyk
will {n} (intent or volition)  :: wola {f}
will {n} (legal document)  :: testament {m}
will {v} (indicating future action)  :: Use the future perfective or use the future of być + imperfective infinitive
William {prop} (male given name)  :: Wilhelm
willingness {n} (state of being willing)  :: chęć {f}, ochota {f}
will o' the wisp {n} (strange light)  :: ognik, błędny ognik
willow {n} (tree)  :: wierzba {f}
willowherb {n} (Epilobium)  :: wierzbownica {f}
willow ptarmigan {n} (Lagopus lagopus) SEE: willow grouse  ::
willpower {n} (strength of will)  :: siła woli {f}
willy {n} (The penis)  :: siusiak {m}
willy-nilly {adv} (seemingly at random, haphazardly)  :: na chybił trafił
willy-nilly {adv} (whether desired or not)  :: chcąc nie chcąc
will you marry me {phrase} (marriage proposal)  :: wyjdziesz za mnie?
wilt {v} (to droop)  :: więdnąć
wimp {n} (someone who lacks confidence)  :: mięczak {m}, sierota, wymoczek {m}, ciapa, pierdoła
win {n} (individual victory)  :: wygrana {f}, zwycięstwo {n}
win {v} (intransitive: achieve by winning)  :: wygrywać {impf}, zwyciężać {impf}
win {v} (obtain (someone) by wooing)  :: zdobyć, zdobywać
win {v} (transitive: achieve victory in)  :: zwyciężać {impf}, zwyciężyć {pf}, wygrywać {impf}, wygrać {pf}
wind {n} (flatus)  :: wiatry {m-p}
wind {n} (movement of air)  :: wiatr {m}
wind {v} (turn coils of something around)  :: nawijać
windbreaker {n} (thin outer coat)  :: wiatrówka {f}
windcheater {n} (a heavy weatherproof jacket) SEE: windbreaker  ::
windflower {n} (Anemone nemorosa) SEE: wood anemone  ::
wind harp {n} (aeolian harp) SEE: aeolian harp  ::
windhover {n} (common kestrel) SEE: common kestrel  ::
winding number {n} (the number of times a curve travels counterclockwise around a point)  :: indeks {m}
windle {n} (redwing) SEE: redwing  ::
windles {n} (windlass) SEE: windlass  ::
windmeter {n} (an instrument for measuring and recording the speed of the wind) SEE: anemometer  ::
windmill {n} (structure)  :: wiatrak {m}
window {n} (area on a computer screen)  :: okno {n}, okienko {n}
window {n} (opening for light and air)  :: okno {n}
window {n} (shop window) SEE: shop window  ::
windowpane {n} (piece of glass filling a window)  :: szyba okienna {f}, szyba {f}
windowsill {n} (the horizontal member protruding from the base of a window frame)  :: parapet {m}, podokiennik {m}
windpipe {n} (anus) SEE: anus  ::
windpipe {n} (trachea)  :: tchawica {f}
windscreen {n} (windshield) SEE: windshield  ::
windscreen wiper {n} (a device to clear a windscreen) SEE: windshield wiper  ::
windshield wiper {n} (device to clear a windshield)  :: wycieraczka {f}
windsurfing {n} (a marine sport)  :: windsurfing {m}
wind up {v} (to play a prank, to take the mickey or mock)  :: robić w konia
windy {adj} (accompanied by wind)  :: wietrzny {m}
windy {adj} (orally verbose) SEE: long-winded  ::
windy {n} (fart) SEE: fart  ::
wine {n} (alcoholic beverage made from grapes)  :: wino {n}
wine {n} (alcoholic beverage made from other fruit or vegetables)  :: wino {n}
wine {v} (drink wine)  :: pić wino
wine glass {n} (glass vessel for drinking wine from)  :: kieliszek do wina {m}
winegrower {n} (viticulturist) SEE: viticulturist  ::
winemaker {n} (a person or company that makes wine) SEE: vintner  ::
winery {n} (a place where wine is made, or a company that makes wine)  :: winiarnia {f}
wineskin {n} (bag for holding wine)  :: bukłak {m}
wing {n} (extension to a main body)  :: skrzydło {n}
wing {n} (panel of a car which encloses the wheel area)  :: błotnik {m-in}
wing {n} (part of an aircraft)  :: skrzydło {n}
wing {n} (part of an animal)  :: skrzydło {n}
wing {v} (to fly) SEE: fly  ::
wing {v} (to throw) SEE: throw  ::
winged {adj} (having wings)  :: uskrzydlony, skrzydlaty
winglet {n} (a small wing)  :: szkrzydełko {n}
wink {n} (a period of sleep) SEE: forty winks  ::
wink {v} (To blink with only one eye as a message, signal, or suggestion)  :: mrugnąć
winkle {n} (gastropod) SEE: periwinkle  ::
winner {n} (one who has won or often wins)  :: zwycięzca {m}
Winnie the Pooh {prop} (the fictional bear)  :: Kubuś Puchatek {m}
win over {v} (to persuade) SEE: persuade  ::
winter {n} (fourth season, marked by short days and lowest temperatures)  :: zima {f}
winterberry {n} (American winterberry) SEE: American winterberry  ::
winterberry holly {n} (American winterberry) SEE: American winterberry  ::
winter cherry {n} (ashwagandha) SEE: ashwagandha  ::
winter cherry {n} (bladder cherry) SEE: bladder cherry  ::
winter cherry {n} (Jerusalem cherry) SEE: Jerusalem cherry  ::
wintergreen {n} (evergreen perennial of the genus Pyrola)  :: gruszyczka {f}
wintergreen {n} (evergreen) SEE: evergreen  ::
winter sport {n} (sport played on ice or snow)  :: sport zimowy {m}, białe szaleństwo {n}
winter swimmer {n} (one who participates in winter swimming)  :: mors {m}
wintertide {n} (wintertime) SEE: wintertime  ::
wintry {adj} (suggestive or characteristic of winter; cold, stormy)  :: zimowy
wipe {v} (remove surface substance)  :: wycierać {impf}, wytrzeć {pf}
wire {n} (device used to keep the score in billiards) SEE: score string  ::
wire {n} (informal: message transmitted by telegraph) SEE: telegram  ::
wire {n} (informal: telegraph) SEE: telegraph  ::
wire {n} (thin thread of metal)  :: drut {m}
wire copy {n} (item published by a wire service)  :: depesza {f}
wireless {adj} (not having any wires)  :: bezprzewodowy
wireless {adj} (of or relating to wireless telegraphy)  :: radiowy
wireless {n} (radio)  :: radio {n}
wiretap {n} (concealed device)  :: pluskwa {f}
wiretap {v} (to install or to use such a device)  :: zakładać pluskwę
wisdom {n} (element of personal character)  :: mądrość {f}
Wisdom of Jesus son of Sirach {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Mądrość Syracha {f}
wisdom tooth {n} (rearmost molar in humans)  :: ząb mądrości {m}
wise {adj} (showing good judgement)  :: mądry
wise guy {n} (member of the Mafia) SEE: mafioso, mobster  ::
wisent {n} (The European bison, Bison bonasus)  :: żubr {m}
wish {n} (a desire)  :: życzenie {n}
wish {v} (to hope for an outcome)  :: życzyć
wishable {adj} (desirable) SEE: desirable  ::
wishful thinking {n} (illusion that what you would like is true)  :: myślenie życzeniowe {n}, pobożne życzenia {n-p}
wisp {n} (a small bundle, as of straw or other like substance)  :: (wisp of hair) kosmyk {m}; (wisp of smoke) wstęga {f}, kłęby {p}
wit {n} (intelligence) SEE: intelligence  ::
witch {n} (derogatory: ugly or unpleasant woman)  :: wiedźma {f}
witch {n} (Glyptocephalus cynoglossus) SEE: Torbay sole  ::
witch {n} (person who uses magic)  :: czarownica {f}, wiedźma {f}, jędza {f}
witch {n} (Wiccan) SEE: Wiccan  ::
witchcraft {n} (the practice of witches)  :: czary
witch doctor {n} (someone believed to heal through magic)  :: uzdrowiciel {m}, znachor {m}, szaman {m}
witch hazel {n} (tree of the genus Hamamelis)  :: oczar {m}
witch-hunt {n} (campaign to punish dissident persons)  :: polowanie na czarownice {n}
witch-hunt {n} (persecution of persons believed to be using magic)  :: polowanie na czarownice {n}
witching hour {n} (hour after midnight, when witches were thought to be active)  :: godzina duchów
with {prep} (against)  :: z
with {prep} (in addition to)  :: z
with {prep} (in the company of)  :: z
with all due respect {adv} (phrase used before disagreeing with someone)  :: z całym szacunkiem
with bated breath {adv} (eagerly)  :: z zapartym tchem
with bated breath {adv} (holding one's breath)  :: z zapartym tchem
withdraw {v} (extract (money from an account))  :: wypłacić {pf}, wypłacać {impf}
withdraw {v} (take back)  :: wycofać {pf}
withe {n} (twig or shoot)  :: witka {f}
wither {v} ((intransitive) shrivel, droop, dry up)  :: więdnąć
witherite {n} (mineral)  :: witeryt {m}
withers {n} (part of the back of a draft animal)  :: kłąb {m}
within {prep} (spatial enclosure)  :: wewnątrz
within living memory {prep} (in living memory) SEE: in living memory  ::
without {prep} (not having)  :: bez
without a doubt {prep} (certainly) SEE: certainly  ::
without a doubt {prep} (probably) SEE: probably  ::
without doubt {prep} (without a doubt) SEE: without a doubt  ::
witness {n} (attestation of a fact or event)  :: świadectwo {n}
witness {n} (one who has a personal knowledge of something)  :: świadek {m}
witness {n} (someone called to give evidence in a court)  :: świadek {m}
witness stand {n} (witness stand) SEE: witness box  ::
wits' end {n} (at (one's) wits' end) SEE: perplexed  ::
witty {adj} (clever; amusingly ingenious)  :: dowcipny {m}
wizard {n} (computing: program or script used to simplify complex operations)  :: kreator {m}
wizard {n} (person skilled with magic)  :: czarodziej {m}, czarownik {m}
wobbler {n} (tantrum) SEE: tantrum  ::
woe {n} (grief; sorrow; misery; heavy calamity)  :: nieszczęście {n}, żałość {f}, cierpienie {n}, niedola {f}
wog {n} (an offensive term for a dark-skinned person)  :: ciapaty {m}, brudas {m}
wog {n} (person of Italian descent) SEE: wop  ::
wolf {n} (animal)  :: wilk {m-an}, basior {m-an}, wadera {f}
wolf {n} (constellation) SEE: Lupus  ::
wolf {v} (to devour)  :: pożreć, pochłonąć
wolfberry {n} (plant)  :: kolcowój szkarłatny, kolcowój pospolity
wolf in sheep's clothing {n} (a disguised danger)  :: wilk w owczej skórze {m}
wolfish {adj} (akin to the characteristics or habits of a wolf)  :: wilczy
wolfkin {n} (young or small wolf) SEE: wolf cub  ::
wolfling {n} (wolf cub) SEE: wolf cub  ::
wolfpack {n} (group of wild wolves)  :: wilcze stado {n}
wolfram {n} (tungsten) SEE: tungsten  ::
wolfram {n} (wolframite) SEE: wolframite  ::
wolfsbane {n} (herbs of the genus Aconitum)  :: tojad {m}
wolf whelp {n} (young, esp. infant, wolf) SEE: wolf cub  ::
wollastonite {n} (grey inosilicate mineral)  :: wollastonit
wolverine {n} (Gulo gulo)  :: rosomak {m}
woman {n} (adult female human being)  :: kobieta {f}, żona {f} [archaic or poetic]
woman {n} (wife) SEE: wife  ::
womanhater {n} (hater of women) SEE: misogynist  ::
womanizer {n} (habitual seducer of women)  :: kobieciarz {m}
womanly {adj} (having the characteristics of a woman)  :: kobiecy
womb {n} (belly) SEE: belly  ::
womb {n} (figuratively: place where something is made or formed)  :: łono {n}
womb {n} (uterus)  :: macica {f}
wombat {n} (marsupial)  :: wombat {m-an}
women's refuge {n} (women's shelter) SEE: women's shelter  ::
wonder {n} (something that causes amazement or awe, a marvel)  :: cud {m}, dziw {m}
wonderful {adj} (excellent, extremely impressive)  :: cudowny, zdumiewający, zadziwiający
wonderous {adj} (wondrous) SEE: wondrous  ::
wood {n} (firewood)  :: drewno opałowe {n}, drewno na opał {n}
wood {n} (substance)  :: drewno {n}
wood {n} (wood from a particular species)  :: drzewo {n}
wood {n} (woodland)  :: las {m-in}, bór {m-in}, knieja {f}
wood anemone {n} (Anemone nemorosa)  :: zawilec gajowy {m}
woodcarver {n} (a person who is skilled at woodcarving)  :: snycerz {m}
woodchuck {n} (rodent of the family Sciuridae)  :: ?
woodcock {n} (wading bird in the genus Scolopax)  :: słonka {f}
woodcraft {n} (art or skill) SEE: wood carving  ::
wood cudweed {n} (Gnaphalium sylvaticum)  :: szarota leśna
woodcutter {n} (lumberjack) SEE: lumberjack  ::
wooden {adj} (made of wood)  :: drewniany {m}
wooden spoon {n} (spoon made from wood)  :: drewniana łyżka {f}, kopyść {f}
woodlouse {n} (any species of suborder Oniscidea)  :: stonoga {f}
wood mouse {n} (European rodent)  :: mysz zaroślowa {f}
woodpecker {n} (bird in Picinae)  :: dzięcioł
woods {n} (forest) SEE: forest  ::
wood sorrel {n} (any of several other species of the genus Oxalis)  :: szczawik {m}
wood sorrel {n} (a white-flowered woodland plant, Oxalis acetosella)  :: szczawik zajęczy {m}
wood strawberry {n} (Fragaria vesca) SEE: wild strawberry  ::
woodwind instrument {n} (musical instrument)  :: instrument dęty drewniany {m}
woody {n} (erection) SEE: erection  ::
woof {n} (set of yarns placed crosswise in a loom)  :: wątek {f}
woof {n} (sound of a dog)  :: hau
wool {n} (cloth or yarn)  :: wełna {f}, przędza {f}
wool {n} (hair of sheep, etc.)  :: wełna {f}
woolens {n} (woolens) SEE: woollens  ::
woolgrass bulrush {n} (Scirpus atrovirens) SEE: green bulrush  ::
woolly {adj} (made of wool)  :: wełniany {m}
woomera {n} (atlatl) SEE: atlatl  ::
wop {n} (person of Italian descent)  :: makaroniarz {m}
word {n} (promise)  :: słowo {n}
word {n} (proverb) SEE: proverb  ::
word {n} (the word of God)  :: słowo boże
word {n} (unit of language)  :: słowo {n}
word {n} (watchword) SEE: watchword  ::
word-for-word {adj} (Using exactly the same words as were originally used)  :: dosłowny
Wordian {prop} (A subdivision of the Permian period.)  :: Word
word of honor {n} (a promise, or a pledge of one's good faith)  :: słowo honoru
word of honour {n} (word of honor) SEE: word of honor  ::
word of mouth {n} (verbal means of passing of information)  :: poczta pantoflowa {f}
word order {n} (order of syntactic constituents)  :: szyk wyrazów w zdaniu, kolejność słów {f}
word processor {n} (a computer software)  :: edytor tekstu {m}, edytor tekstowy {m}
word search {n} (a word game)  :: wykreślanka
work {n} (effort expended on a particular task)  :: praca {f}
work {n} (labour, employment, occupation, job)  :: praca {f}, robota {f}
work {n} (literary, artistic, or intellectual production)  :: dzieło {n}, utwór {m-in}
work {n} (measure of energy expended in moving an object)  :: praca {f}
work {n} (place where one is employed)  :: praca {f}
work {v} (cause to ferment)  :: pracować
work {v} (effect by gradual degrees (transitive))  :: przedzierać się
work {v} (embroider with thread)  :: wyszywać
work {v} (exhaust)  :: zużuwać
work {v} (function correctly)  :: działać
work {v} (set into action)  :: wprowadzić
work {v} (shape, form, or improve a material)  :: obrabiać
work {v} (to do a specific task)  :: pracować {impf}
workaholic {n} (person)  :: pracoholik {m}
workaholism {n} (urge of a person to work excessively)  :: pracoholizm {m}
workbench {n} (sturdy table)  :: stół {m}
worker {n} (insect)  :: robotnica {f}
worker {n} (person)  :: robotnik {m}, robotnica {f}
worker bee {n} (sterile bee)  :: pracownica {f}
workers of the world, unite {phrase} (workers of the world, unite)  :: proletariusze wszystkich krajów, łączcie się!
working class {n} (social class doing physical work)  :: klasa robotnicza {f}
working day {n} (day of a week in which work is done)  :: dzień roboczy {m}
working week {n} (range of days of the week) SEE: workweek  ::
work-intensive {adj} (labor-intensive) SEE: labor-intensive  ::
workmanship {n} (the quality of something made by an artisan or craftsman)  :: fachowa robota {f}
workmanship {n} (the skill of an artisan or craftsman)  :: fachowość {f}
work placement {n} (practicum) SEE: practicum  ::
workshop {n} (academic conference)  :: warsztaty akademickie {p}
workshop {n} (intensive course of education)  :: warsztaty {p}
workshop {n} (small manufacturing room)  :: warsztat {m}
worksome {adj} (industrious) SEE: industrious  ::
worksome {adj} (laborious) SEE: laborious  ::
work someone's arse off {v} (to work excessively) SEE: work someone's ass off  ::
workstation {n} (powerful desktop computer)  :: stacja robocza {f}
workstead {n} (laboratory) SEE: laboratory  ::
work the crowd {v} (work the room) SEE: work the room  ::
work-to-rule {n} (protest)  :: strajk włoski {m} ["Italian strike"]
world {n} (human collective existence)  :: świat {m-in}
world {n} (individual or group perspective or social setting)  :: świat {m-in}
world {n} (inhabited planet)  :: świat {m-in}
world {n} (the earth)  :: świat {m-in}
World Exposition {n} (a regular international exposition)  :: wystawa światowa {f}
worldly {adj} (concerned with the secular rather than sacred)  :: świecki, laicki
worldly {adj} (versed in the ways of the world)  :: światowy
world's oldest profession {n} (a euphemism for prostitution)  :: najstarszy zawód świata {m}
World Trade Organization {prop} (World Trade Organization)  :: Światowa Organizacja Handlu {f}
worldview {n} (personal view of the world)  :: światopogląd {m}
world war {n} (a war involving the major nations of the world)  :: wojna światowa {f}
World War II {prop} (war from 1939 to 1945)  :: druga wojna światowa {f}
World War One {prop} (World War I) SEE: World War I  ::
World War Two {prop} (World War II) SEE: World War II  ::
worldwide {adj} (affecting every place in the world)  :: światowy
World Wide Web {prop} (An information space on the Internet)  :: World Wide Web {m}, ogólnoświatowa sieć {f}
worm {n} (animal)  :: robak {m}, [grub] czerw {m}
worm {n} (dragon or mythological serpent)  :: smok {m}
worm {n} (self-replicating program)  :: robak {m}
wormhole {n} (a shortcut between distant parts of space)  :: tunel czasoprzestrzenny {m}
Worms {prop} (a city in Germany)  :: Wormacja
wormwood {n} (Artemisia absinthium)  :: piołun {m}
worn out {adj} (Damaged and useless due to hard or continued use)  :: zużyty, zniszczony
worn out {adj} (Exhausted from exertion)  :: zmęczony, wymęczony, padnię [colloquial]
worn-out {adj} (worn-out) SEE: worn out  ::
worry {n} (strong feeling of anxiety)  :: zmartwienie {n}
worry {v} (strangle) SEE: strangle  ::
worse {adj} (comparative form of bad)  :: gorszy {m}
worship {v} (to honor and adore, especially as a deity)  :: czcić
worst {adj} (Most inferior)  :: najgorszy
worst {adv} (In the worst way)  :: najgorzej
worst {n} (Something that is worst)  :: najgorsze {n}
worth {prep} (deserving of)  :: zasługujący (na coś), warty (czegoś)
worth {prep} (obsolete: valuable, worthwhile) SEE: worthwhile  ::
worthless {adj} (not having worth and use, without value, inconsequential)  :: nic nie wart {m}, bezwartościowy
would {v} (indicating in action or state that is conditional on another)  :: Use the conditional tense (-by-), by; We would be warmer if you hadn't opened the window! - Byłoby nam cieplej, gdybyś nie otworzył okna!
would-be {adj} (attempting or desiring something)  :: aspirujący
would-be {adj} (unfulfilled or frustrated in realizing an ambition)  :: niedoszły
wound {n} (injury)  :: rana {f}
wound {v} (hurt or injure)  :: ranić
wound {v} (hurt (someone's feelings))  :: urazić
wounded {adj} (suffering from a wound)  :: ranny
woundwort {n} (any of several plants formerly used for wounds)  :: czyściec {m}
wow {interj} (excitement)  :: wow!, o rany
wrack {v} (rack) SEE: rack  ::
wrangle {v} (to bicker)  :: kłócić się, spierać
wrap around one's little finger {v} (to successfully control or influence)  :: owinąć sobie kogoś wokół palca
wrapping paper {n} (paper used for wrapping parcels or presents)  :: papier pakowy {m}
wrath {n} (great anger)  :: gniew {m}
wreak havoc {v} (To cause damage, disruption, or destruction)  :: siać spustoszenie
wreath {n} (heraldry: support of a crest)  :: zawój
wreath {n} (ornamental circular band)  :: wianek {m}, wieniec {m}
wrecker {n} (tow truck) SEE: tow truck  ::
wren {n} (bird of family Troglodytidae)  :: strzyżyk {m}
wrench {n} (screw) SEE: screw  ::
wrestling {n} (sport)  :: zapasy {p}
wretch {n} (exile) SEE: exile  ::
wrinkle {n} (furrow in a smooth surface)  :: zmarszczka {f}
wrinkle {n} (line or crease in the skin)  :: zmarszczka {f}
wrinkle {v} (to make wrinkles in; to cause to have wrinkles)  :: pomarszczyć
wrinkleless {adj} (wrinkle-free) SEE: wrinkle-free  ::
wrist {n} (wrist)  :: nadgarstek {m}
wristband {n} (the cuff of a sleeve that wraps around the wrist)  :: mankiet {m}
writ {n} (a written order)  :: nakaz sądowy {m}
write {v} (to form letters, etc.)  :: pisać {impf}, napisać {pf}
write down {v} (to set something down in writing)  :: zapisywać {impf}, zapisać {pf}
writer {n} (person who writes; an author)  :: pisarz {m-pr}, pisarka {f}
writhe {v} (to twist or contort the body)  :: wić się {impf}
writing {n} (something written)  :: napis {m}
writing {n} (written letters or symbols)  :: pismo {n}
written {adj} (of, relating or characteristic of writing)  :: pisany, napisany
Wroclaw {prop} (a city in southwestern Poland)  :: Wrocław {m}
wrong {adj} (improper)  :: niewłaściwy
wrong {adj} (incorrect)  :: błędny, mylny
wrong {adv} (