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tart meaning in Polish

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tart [tarts] (pie, pastry)
noun
[UK: tɑːt]
[US: ˈtɑːrt]

tartanoun
{f}

tart [tarter, tartest] (with sharp taste, sour)
adjective
[UK: tɑːt]
[US: ˈtɑːrt]

cierpkiadjective

tartan (having tartan pattern)
adjective

tartanowyadjective

tartan [tartans] (pattern associated with such material)
noun
[UK: ˈtɑːt.n̩]
[US: ˈtɑːr.tn̩]

tartannoun
{m}

tartan [tartans] (type of vessel)
noun
[UK: ˈtɑːt.n̩]
[US: ˈtɑːr.tn̩]

tartananoun
{f}

tartan [tartans] (woollen cloth with a distinctive pattern)
noun
[UK: ˈtɑːt.n̩]
[US: ˈtɑːr.tn̩]

tartannoun
{m}

tartar [tartars] (red compound deposited during wine making)
noun
[UK: ˈtɑː.tə(r)]
[US: ˈtɑːr.tər]

kamień winnynoun
{m}

tartare sauce (sauce served with fish)
noun

sos tatarskinoun
{m}

tarte Tatin (upside-down cake prepared with caramelized apples)
noun

tarta Tatinnoun
{f}

Tartu (second-largest city in Estonia)
proper noun

Tartuproper noun
{n}

black redstart (a small passerine bird)
noun

kopciuszeknoun
{m}

don't get someone started (used to attempt to avoid a discussion)
phrase

nie każ mi zaczynaćphrase

nie zaczynajphrase

false start (starting before the signal)
noun

falstartnoun
{m}

flying start (an especially good start)
noun
[UK: ˈflaɪ.ɪŋ stɑːt]
[US: ˈflaɪ.ɪŋ ˈstɑːrt]

bardzo dobry startnoun
{m}

for starters (as an initial point)
adverb

na dzień dobryadverb

fresh start (new beginning, without prejudices)
noun

nowy począteknoun
{m}

from the start preposition

od początkupreposition

head start (an advantage in starting earlier to gain a favorable position)
noun

forynoun
{f-Pl}

redstart [redstarts] (ground-feeding bird)
noun
[UK: ˈred.stɑːt]
[US: ˈred.ˌstɑːrt]

pleszkanoun
{f}

restart (act of restarting)
noun

restartnoun
{m}

restart [restarted, restarted, restarting, restarts] (In computing, to reboot)
verb
[UK: riː.ˈstɑːt]
[US: ri.ˈstɑːrt]

restartowaćverb
{imPlf}

zrestartowaćverb
{Plf}

start [starts] (beginning of an activity)
noun
[UK: stɑːt]
[US: ˈstɑːrt]

począteknoun
{m}

zacząteknoun
{m}

start [starts] (beginning point of a race)
noun
[UK: stɑːt]
[US: ˈstɑːrt]

startnoun
{m}

start [started, started, starting, starts] (of an activity, to begin)
verb
[UK: stɑːt]
[US: ˈstɑːrt]

rozpocząćverb
{Plf}

zacząćverb
{Plf}

start [started, started, starting, starts] (to awaken suddenly)
verb
[UK: stɑːt]
[US: ˈstɑːrt]

zerwać się (z łóżka)verb
{Plf}

start [started, started, starting, starts] (to begin)
verb
[UK: stɑːt]
[US: ˈstɑːrt]

zacząćverb

start [started, started, starting, starts] (to initiate operation of a vehicle or machine)
verb
[UK: stɑːt]
[US: ˈstɑːrt]

uruchomićverb

zapalićverb

zapuścićverb

start [started, started, starting, starts] (to jerk suddenly in surprise)
verb
[UK: stɑːt]
[US: ˈstɑːrt]

poderwać sięverb

start [started, started, starting, starts] (to set in motion)
verb
[UK: stɑːt]
[US: ˈstɑːrt]

ruszyćverb

starter [starters] (electric motor that starts an internal-combustion engine)
noun
[UK: ˈstɑː.tə(r)]
[US: ˈstɑːr.tər]

rozruszniknoun
{m}

starting point (first steps when commencing an activity)
noun
[UK: ˈstɑːt.ɪŋ pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈstɑːrt.ɪŋ ˈpɔɪnt]

punkt wyjścianoun
{m}

starting point (place where a journey starts)
noun
[UK: ˈstɑːt.ɪŋ pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈstɑːrt.ɪŋ ˈpɔɪnt]

punkt wyjścianoun
{m}

starting price (opening price at an auction)
noun

cena wywoławczanoun
{f}

startup [startups] (act or process of starting a process or machine)
noun
[UK: ˈstɑː.ˌtəp]
[US: ˈstɑːr.ˌtəp]

uruchamianienoun
{n}

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