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po meaning in Czech

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Po (longest river in Italy)
proper noun

Pádproper noun
{m}

Po valley (large plain in northern Italy)
proper noun

Pádská nížinaproper noun
{f}

poach [poached, poached, poaching, poaches] (to take game or fish illegally)
verb
[UK: pəʊtʃ]
[US: poʊtʃ]

pytlačitverb

poacher [poachers] (a person who trespasses in order to take game illegally)
noun
[UK: ˈpəʊ.tʃə(r)]
[US: ˈpoʊ.tʃə(r)]

pytláknoun
{m}

poaching (trespassing in search of game)
noun
[UK: ˈpəʊtʃ.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈpoʊtʃ.ɪŋ]

pytláctvínoun
{n}

pochard [pochards] (duck)
noun
[UK: ˈpəʊ.tʃəd]
[US: ˈpəʊ.tʃəd]

poláknoun

zrzohlávkanoun

pocket [pockets] (bag stitched to an item of clothing)
noun
[UK: ˈpɒkɪt]
[US: ˈpɑːkət]

kapsanoun
{f}

pocket (of a size suitable for putting into a pocket)
adjective

kapesníadjective

pocket dictionary (portable dictionary)
noun
[UK: ˈpɒkɪt ˈdɪk.ʃən.ri]
[US: ˈpɑːkət ˈdɪk.ʃə.ˌne.ri]

slovníčeknoun
{m}

pocket money (money given to a child)
noun
[UK: ˈpɒkɪt ˈmʌ.ni]
[US: ˈpɑːkət ˈmʌ.ni]

kapesnénoun
{n}

pocket watch (watch)
noun
[UK: ˈpɒkɪt wɒtʃ]
[US: ˈpɑːkət ˈwɑːtʃ]

kapesní hodinkynoun
{f-Pl}

pocketknife [pocketknives] noun
[UK: ˈpɒkɪtnaɪf]
[US: ˈpɒkɪtnaɪf]

kapesní nůžnoun
{m}

pod [pods] (seed case)
noun
[UK: pɒd]
[US: ˈpɑːd]

lusknoun
{m}

Podgorica (capital city of Montenegro)
proper noun

Podgoricaproper noun
{f}

Podhale (Poland's southernmost region)
proper noun

Podhalíproper noun
{n}

podium [podia] (platform)
noun
[UK: ˈpəʊ.dɪəm ˈpəʊ.diəm]
[US: ˈpoʊ.dɪəm ˈpoʊ.diəm]

pódiumnoun
{n}

poem [poems] (literary piece written in verse)
noun
[UK: ˈpəʊɪm]
[US: ˈpoʊɪm]

báseňnoun
{f}

poem [poems] (piece of poetic writing)
noun
[UK: ˈpəʊɪm]
[US: ˈpoʊɪm]

báseňnoun
{f}

poem [poems] (piece of writing in the tradition of poetry)
noun
[UK: ˈpəʊɪm]
[US: ˈpoʊɪm]

báseňnoun
{f}

poet [poets] (person who writes poems)
noun
[UK: ˈpəʊɪt]
[US: ˈpoʊɪt]

básníknoun
{m}

básnířkanoun
{f}

poetanoun
{m}

poetkanoun
{f}

poetess [poetesses] (female poet)
noun
[UK: ˈpəʊɪ.tes]
[US: ˈpoʊɪ.tes]

básnířkanoun
{f}

poetkanoun
{f}

poetry (literature composed in verse)
noun
[UK: ˈpəʊɪ.tri]
[US: ˈpoʊɪ.tri]

poezienoun
{f}

pogrom [pogroms] (riot with the intent to massacre or terrorize a certain group, usually Jews)
noun
[UK: ˈpɒ.ɡrəm]
[US: pə.ˈɡrɑːm]

pogromnoun
{m}

point [points] (arithmetic: decimal point (note: many languages use a comma (',') rather than a dot as a decimal point, and hence the translations into these languages reflect this.))
noun
[UK: pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈpɔɪnt]

čárkanoun

point [pointed, pointed, pointing, points] (direct)
verb
[UK: pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈpɔɪnt]

nasměrovatverb

point [points] (full stop)
noun
[UK: pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈpɔɪnt]

tečkanoun

point [points] (geometry: zero-dimensional object)
noun
[UK: pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈpɔɪnt]

bodnoun
{m}

point [points] (location or place)
noun
[UK: pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈpɔɪnt]

místonoun
{n}

point [points] (particular moment in an event or occurrence)
noun
[UK: pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈpɔɪnt]

momentnoun
{m}

okamžiknoun
{m}

point [points] (peninsula)
noun
[UK: pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈpɔɪnt]

výběžeknoun
{m}

point [points] (sharp tip)
noun
[UK: pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈpɔɪnt]

špičkanoun
{f}

point [pointed, pointed, pointing, points] (to extend finger)
verb
[UK: pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈpɔɪnt]

ukázatverb
{Plf}

ukazovatverb
{imPlf}

point [points] (unit of scoring in a game or competition)
noun
[UK: pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈpɔɪnt]

bodnoun
{m}

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