appointment en Polaco

Pronunciación
n. umówiony termin, spotkanie, umówienie, randka, ustanowienie, mianowanie na stanowisko, wybór, powołanie, stanowisko, schadzka

Ejemplos

I'd like to make an appointment for the day after tomorrow.
Chciałbym pojutrze zorganizować spotkanie.
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I took a bus so I wouldn't be late for my appointment.
Wsiadłem do autobusu, więc nie spóźnię się na spotkanie.
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I have an appointment with Tom.
Mam spotkanie z Tom'em.
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Does Tom have an appointment?
Czy Tom jest umówiony?
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We had an appointment.
Byliśmy umówieni.
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My appointment is at 2:30.
Moje spotkanie jest o 2:30.
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I'd like to make an appointment for my three-year-old son.
Chciałbym umówić mojego trzyletniego synka.
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Make another appointment at the front desk.
Proszę się jeszcze raz umówić w recepcji.
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Can I make an appointment to have a medical examination?
Mogę się umówić na badanie lekarskie?
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I had to postpone my appointment.
Musiałem przełożyć umówione spotkanie.
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Sinónimos

the act of putting a person into a non-elective position: co-optation, designation, ordinance, assignment, decision, delegacy, ordination, determination, naming, nomination, co-option, recognition, conclusion
a meeting arranged in advance: blind date, engagement, get together, tryst, escort, rendezvous, date, meeting, double date
(usually plural) furnishings and equipment (especially for a ship or hotel): fitting, furnishing
the job to which you are (or hope to be) appointed: business, line of work, job, line, occupation
(law) the act of disposing of property by virtue of the power of appointment: disposal, disposition
a person who is appointed to a job or position: someone, somebody, soul, person, individual, mortal, appointee



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