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tak interjection

yesinterjection

tak preposition

like that(in that particular manner)
preposition

tak participle

yeah(yes)
participle

yes(word used to indicate agreement or acceptance)
participle

tak phrase

I'm afraid so(unfortunately, yes)
phrase

tak adverb

as(to such an extent or degree)
adverb
[UK: əz] [US: ˈæz]

thus(in this way or manner)
adverb
[UK: ðʌs] [US: ˈðəs]

tak aby conjunction

such that(which satisfies the condition that)
conjunction

tak cię piszą phrase

fine feathers make fine birdsphrase

tak czy inaczej preposition

in any case(at any rate)
preposition

tak czy inaczej adverb

either way(regardless of what happens)
adverb
[UK: ˈaɪ.ðə(r) ˈweɪ] [US: ˈiː.ðər ˈweɪ]

one way or another(somehow, but certainly)
adverb
[UK: wʌn ˈweɪ ɔː(r) ə.ˈnʌð.ə(r)] [US: wʌn ˈweɪ ɔːr ə.ˈnʌð.r̩]

tak czy owak preposition

in any event(at any rate, see also: in any case)
preposition

tak czy owak [colloquial] preposition

in any case(at any rate)
preposition

tak czy siak [colloquial] preposition

in any case(at any rate)
preposition

tak go zwał phrase

six of one, half a dozen of the other(two alternatives are equivalent or indifferent)
phrase

tak jasne interjection

yeah, right(sarcasm to express disbelief)
interjection

tak jest phrase

aye aye, sir(nautical - I hear, understand and will comply)
phrase

tak mi dopomóż Bóg phrase

so help me God(phrase used as a promise that an action will be carried out)
phrase

tak naprawdę preposition

in fact(actually, in truth)
preposition

tak po prostu adverb

just like that(without warning)
adverb

tak się składa [introducing a statement] adverb

as it happens(by coincidence)
adverb
[UK: əz ɪt ˈhæ.pənz] [US: ˈæz ˈɪt ˈhæ.pənz]

tak się wyśpisz phrase

as you make your bed, so you must lie in it(you shall carry the burden of your poor preparation)
phrase

what goes around comes around(actions have consequences)
phrase

tak sobie adjective

so-so(neither good nor bad)
adjective
[UK: ˈsəʊ ˈsəʊ] [US: ˈsoʊ ˈsoʊ]

tak szybko adverb

as soon as possible(as soon as is possible)
adverb
[UK: əz suːn əz ˈpɒ.səb.l̩] [US: ˈæz ˈsuːn ˈæz ˈpɑː.səb.l̩]

tak trzymać interjection

way to go(expression of congrats, encouragement or approval)
interjection

tak trzymaj verb
{m} {f} {imPlf}

keep it up(To maintain or continue a positive streak.)
verb

tak tylko mówię adverb

just saying(used to deflect responsibility for a hurtful remark)
adverb

tak że adverb

therefore(for that or this reason; for that)
adverb
[UK: ˈðeə.fɔː(r)] [US: ˈðer.ˌfɔːr]

tak żeby conjunction

such that(which satisfies the condition that)
conjunction

tak zwał phrase

tomayto, tomahto(to suggest a distinction without a difference)
phrase

tak zwany adjective

so-called(so named)
adjective
[UK: ˈsəʊ kɔːld] [US: ˈsoʊ ˈkɒld]

so-called(so named, but wrongly so)
adjective
[UK: ˈsəʊ kɔːld] [US: ˈsoʊ ˈkɒld]

taka noun
{f}

taka(national currency of Bangladesh)
noun
[UK: tˈɑːkə] [US: tˈɑːkə]

taka córka phrase

like mother, like daughter(a daughter will have traits similar to her mother)
phrase

taka jest sprawa phrase

there you have it(that is it, that is the situation or state of things)
phrase

taka nać phrase

like mother, like daughter(a daughter will have traits similar to her mother)
phrase

taki pronoun

such(previously described)
pronoun
[UK: sʌtʃ] [US: ˈsətʃ]

taki determiner

such(used to make a comparison with something implied by context)
determiner

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