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cepelinas noun

cepelinnoun
{m}

kartacznoun
{m}

cephalic (of or referring to the head)
adjective
[UK: ke.ˈfæ.lɪk]
[US: sə.ˈfæ.lɪk]

głowowyadjective

cephalopod [cephalopods] (mollusc)
noun
[UK: ˈse.fə.lə.pɒd]
[US: ˈse.fə.lə.ˌpɑːd]

głowonógnoun
{m}

cephalosporin [cephalosporins] (antibiotic derived from Acremonium fungi)
noun
[UK: ˌse.fə.ˈlɒ.spə.rən]
[US: ˌse.fə.ˈlɒ.spə.rən]

cefalosporynanoun

cephalothorax [cephalothoraces] (anatomy: fused head and thorax)
noun
[UK: sˈefəlˌɒθɔːrˌaks]
[US: sˈefəlˌɑːθoːrˌæks]

głowotułównoun
{m}

Cephas (male given name)
proper noun

Kefasproper noun
{m}

Cepheus (constellation)
proper noun

Cefeuszproper noun
{m}

Cepheus (mythical husband of Cassiopeia)
proper noun

Cefeuszproper noun
{m}

-cephaly (head)

-cefalia{f}

accept [accepted, accepted, accepting, accepts] (to agree to)
verb
[UK: ək.ˈsept]
[US: æk.ˈsept]

akceptowaćverb
{imPlf}

zaakceptowaćverb
{Plf}

zgadzać sięverb
{imPlf}

zgodzić sięverb
{Plf}

accept [accepted, accepted, accepting, accepts] (to receive with consent)
verb
[UK: ək.ˈsept]
[US: æk.ˈsept]

przyjąćverb
{Plf}

przyjmowaćverb
{imPlf}

accept [accepted, accepted, accepting, accepts] (to regard as proper, usual, true, or to believe in)
verb
[UK: ək.ˈsept]
[US: æk.ˈsept]

akceptowaćverb
{imPlf}

zaakceptowaćverb
{Plf}

acceptability [acceptabilities] (acceptableness)
noun
[UK: ək.ˌsep.tə.ˈbɪ.lə.ti]
[US: ək.ˌsep.tə.ˈbɪ.lə.ti]

akceptowalnośćnoun
{f}

acceptable (capable, worthy or sure of being accepted)
adjective
[UK: ək.ˈsep.təb.l̩]
[US: æk.ˈsep.təb.l̩]

akceptowalnyadjective

dopuszczalnyadjective

acceptably (in an acceptable manner)
adverb

akceptowalnieadverb

acceptance [acceptances] (act of accepting)
noun
[UK: ək.ˈsep.təns]
[US: æk.ˈsep.təns]

akceptacjanoun
{f}

przyjęcienoun
{n}

acceptance [acceptances] (assent and engagement by person on whom bill of exchange is drawn)
noun
[UK: ək.ˈsep.təns]
[US: æk.ˈsep.təns]

akceptnoun
{m}

akceptacjanoun
{f}

acceptance [acceptances] (bill of exchange when accepted)
noun
[UK: ək.ˈsep.təns]
[US: æk.ˈsep.təns]

akceptnoun
{m}

acceptor [acceptors] (in chemistry)
noun
[UK: ək.ˈsep.tə]
[US: æk.ˈsep.tər]

akceptornoun
{m}

acceptor [acceptors] (in law)
noun
[UK: ək.ˈsep.tə]
[US: æk.ˈsep.tər]

akceptantnoun
{m}

acceptor [acceptors] (in physics)
noun
[UK: ək.ˈsep.tə]
[US: æk.ˈsep.tər]

akceptornoun
{m}

acephalia (birth defect in which the head is absent)
noun

acefalianoun
{f}

acephalous (prosody)
adjective
[UK: ə.ˈse.fə.ləs]
[US: eɪ.ˈse.fə.ləs]

akefalicznyadjective

androcephalous (having a human head)
adjective

androkefaliczny [in art]adjective

anencephalic (pertaining to or exhibiting anencephaly)
adjective

anencefalicznyadjective

anencephaly [anencephalies] (birth defect in which most of the brain and parts of the skull are missing)
noun
[UK: æ.nən.ˈse.fə.li]
[US: æ.nən.ˈse.fə.li]

anencefalianoun
{f}

bezmózgowienoun
{n}

apperception (mental assimilation of new experience)
noun
[UK: ˌæ.pɜː.ˈsep.ʃən]
[US: ˌæ.pər.ˈsep.ʃən]

apercepcjanoun
{f}

samoświadomośćnoun
{f}

apperception (mental perception)
noun
[UK: ˌæ.pɜː.ˈsep.ʃən]
[US: ˌæ.pər.ˈsep.ʃən]

apercepcjanoun
{f}

apperception (mind’s perception of itself as subject)
noun
[UK: ˌæ.pɜː.ˈsep.ʃən]
[US: ˌæ.pər.ˈsep.ʃən]

apercepcjanoun
{f}

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