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hi meaning in Polish

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hi (friendly, informal greeting)
interjection
[UK: haɪ]
[US: ˈhaɪ]

cześćinterjection

hejinterjection

hiatus [hiatuses] (interruption, break or pause)
noun
[UK: haɪ.ˈeɪ.təs]
[US: haˈjeɪ.təs]

przerwanoun
{m}

hibernal (of or pertaining to winter)
adjective
[UK: haɪ.ˈbɜːnl]
[US: haɪ.ˈbɜːrnl]

zimowyadjective

hibernate [hibernated, hibernated, hibernating, hibernates] (spend winter time in a dormant or inactive state)
verb
[UK: ˈhaɪ.bə.neɪt]
[US: ˈhaɪ.bər.ˌnet]

hibernowaćverb
{imPlf}

hibernation [hibernations] ((biology) state of minimum power consumption, inactivity and metabolic depression during winter)
noun
[UK: ˌhaɪ.bə.ˈneɪʃ.n̩]
[US: ˌhaɪ.bər.ˈneɪʃ.n̩]

hibernacjanoun
{f}

sen zimowynoun
{m}

hibernation [hibernations] ((biology, space) hypothetical state of minimum power consumption, inactivity and metabolic depression in humans)
noun
[UK: ˌhaɪ.bə.ˈneɪʃ.n̩]
[US: ˌhaɪ.bər.ˈneɪʃ.n̩]

hibernacjanoun
{f}

hibernation [hibernations] ((computing) standby state which conserves power)
noun
[UK: ˌhaɪ.bə.ˈneɪʃ.n̩]
[US: ˌhaɪ.bər.ˈneɪʃ.n̩]

hibernacjanoun
{f}

hibiscus [hibiscuses] (flower)
noun
[UK: hɪ.ˈbɪ.skəs]
[US: hɪ.ˈbɪ.skəs]

hibiskusnoun
{m}

ketmianoun
{f}

hic et nunc adverb

tu i terazadverb

hiccup [hiccups] (minor setback)
noun
[UK: ˈhɪkʌp]
[US: ˈhɪkʌp]

czkawkanoun
{f}

hiccup [hiccups] (spasm of the diaphragm)
noun
[UK: ˈhɪkʌp]
[US: ˈhɪkʌp]

czkawkanoun
{f}

hiccup [hiccupped, hiccupped, hiccupping, hiccups] (to hiccup)
verb
[UK: ˈhɪkʌp]
[US: ˈhɪkʌp]

czkaćverb
{imPlf}

czknąć [semelfactive]verb
{Plf}

hickey (bruise-like mark, see also: love bite)
noun

malinkanoun
{f}

hide [hid, hidden, hiding, hides] ((intransitive) put oneself in a place where one will be harder to find)
verb
[UK: haɪd hɪd hɪd ˈhɪd.n̩]
[US: ˈhaɪd ˈhɪd ˈhɪd ˈhɪd.n̩]

chować sięverb
{imPlf}

schować sięverb
{Plf}

skryć sięverb
{Plf}

skrywać sięverb
{imPlf}

hide [hid, hidden, hiding, hides] ((transitive) put in a place where it will be harder to discover)
verb
[UK: haɪd hɪd hɪd ˈhɪd.n̩]
[US: ˈhaɪd ˈhɪd ˈhɪd ˈhɪd.n̩]

chowaćverb
{imPlf}

schowaćverb
{Plf}

skryćverb
{Plf}

skrywaćverb
{imPlf}

ukryćverb
{Plf}

ukrywaćverb
{imPlf}

hidden (obscure)
adjective
[UK: ˈhɪd.n̩]
[US: ˈhɪd.n̩]

ukrytyadjective

hidden (out of sight; not visually apparent)
adjective
[UK: ˈhɪd.n̩]
[US: ˈhɪd.n̩]

ukrytyadjective

hidden (that has been hidden)
adjective
[UK: ˈhɪd.n̩]
[US: ˈhɪd.n̩]

ukrytyadjective

hide [hides] (skin of an animal)
noun
[UK: haɪd]
[US: ˈhaɪd]

skóranoun
{f}

hide and seek (game)
noun

chowaniecnoun
{m}

chowankanoun
{f}

chowanynoun
{m}

hide one's light under a bushel (to conceal one’s positive qualities or talents)
verb

chować pod korcemverb
{imPlf}

schować pod korcemverb
{Plf}

trzymać pod korcemverb
{imPlf}

hideaway [hideaways] noun
[UK: ˈhaɪ.də.weɪ]
[US: ˈhaɪ.də.ˌwe]

ermitażnoun
{m}

pustelnianoun
{f}

samotnianoun
{f}

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