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stroke [strokes] (act of hitting, see also: blow; hit)
noun
[UK: strəʊk]
[US: stroʊk]

ciosnoun
{m}

stroke [strokes] (act of moving one’s hand or an object along a surface in one direction, touching it lightly, see also: caress)
noun
[UK: strəʊk]
[US: stroʊk]

głaskanienoun
{n}

stroke [strokes] (act of striking with a weapon, see also: blow)
noun
[UK: strəʊk]
[US: stroʊk]

ciosnoun

stroke [strokes] (line or mark made on a surface by an implement for drawing, writing, etc.)
noun
[UK: strəʊk]
[US: stroʊk]

kreskanoun
{f}

stroke [strokes] (loss of brain function arising when the blood supply to the brain is suddenly interrupted)
noun
[UK: strəʊk]
[US: stroʊk]

apopleksja [obsolete]noun
{f}

udar mózgunoun
{m}

wylewnoun
{m}

stroke [strokes] (single movement or thrust of a part (such as a piston) of a machine that moves back and forth; length of this movement)
noun
[UK: strəʊk]
[US: stroʊk]

skoknoun
{m}

suwnoun
{m}

stroke [strokes] (single movement with a tool; impact of a tool on an object)
noun
[UK: strəʊk]
[US: stroʊk]

pociągnięcienoun
{n}

stroke [strokes] (specific combination of movements of the arms and legs which, when repeated, causes the swimmer to advance through the water; manner in which such movements are made)
noun
[UK: strəʊk]
[US: stroʊk]

stylnoun
{m}

stroke [strokes] (streak made with a brush)
noun
[UK: strəʊk]
[US: stroʊk]

pociągnięcienoun
{n}

stroke [stroked, stroked, stroking, strokes] (to move one’s hand or an object along (a surface) in one direction, touching it lightly)
verb
[UK: strəʊk]
[US: stroʊk]

gładzićverb
{imPlf}

głaskaćverb
{imPlf}

pogłaskaćverb
{Plf}

wygładzićverb
{Plf}

stroke of luck noun
[UK: strəʊk əv lʌk]
[US: stroʊk əv ˈlək]

łut szczęścianoun
{m}

backstroke [backstrokes] (a swimming stroke swum on one's back)
noun
[UK: ˈbæk.strəʊk]
[US: ˈbækstroʊk]

styl grzbietowynoun
{m}

breaststroke (swimming stroke)
noun
[UK: ˈbres strəʊk]
[US: ˈbres stroʊk]

styl klasycznynoun
{m}

żabkanoun
{f}

butterfly stroke (swimming stroke)
noun
[UK: ˈbʌt.ə.flaɪ strəʊk]
[US: ˈbʌt.r̩.flaɪ stroʊk]

delfinnoun
{m}

motyleknoun
{m}

styl motylkowynoun
{m}

four-stroke engine noun
[UK: fɔː(r) strəʊk ˈen.dʒɪn]
[US: ˈfɔːr stroʊk ˈen.dʒən]

czterosuw [informal]noun
{m}

czterotakt [informal]noun
{m}

silnik czterosuwowynoun
{m}

heat stroke [heat strokes] (severe hyperthermia)
noun
[UK: hiːt strəʊk]
[US: ˈhiːt stroʊk]

udar cieplnynoun
{m}

sunstroke [sunstrokes] (heatstroke caused by an excessive exposure to the sun's rays)
noun
[UK: ˈsʌn.strəʊk]
[US: ˈsʌnstroʊk]

udar słonecznynoun
{m}

two-stroke engine [two-stroke engines] noun
[UK: ˈtuː strəʊk ˈen.dʒɪn]
[US: ˈtuː stroʊk ˈen.dʒən]

dwusuw [informal]noun
{m}

dwutakt [informal]noun
{m}

silnik dwusuwowynoun
{m}