go on en Polaco

Pronunciación
v. iść, trwać, odbyć się, zachować się, odbywać się

Ejemplos

Once at home, my parents and sister encouraged me to go on.
Gdy wróciłem do domu rodzice i siostra zachęcali mnie, abym pojechał.
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"And what was going on meanwhile overhead?"
„I co się działo w tym czasie powyżej?”
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"By God,” he said. "Something strange is going on, this hand is broken."
„Na Boga,” powiedział. „Coś dziwnego się dzieje, ta ręka jest złamana.”
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"I heard you’re going on holiday soon, Professor Parkins, now that semester is over,” said another Professor. They were seated beside each other at the banquet in the hall of St. James College.
„Słyszałem, że wybiera się pan wkrótce na wakacje, profesorze Parkins, teraz, kiedy semestr się skończył,” powiedział inny profesor. Siedzieli obok siebie nazwajem na bankiecie w sali St. James College.
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“What’s going on?” he shouted. “What’s going on?”
„Co się dzieje?” wykrzyknął. „Co się dzieje?”
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Not long after that, he went on business to Quimper. While he was away, his aunt, the widow of a great nobleman, came to spend a night at Kerfol on her way to the pardon of Ste. Barbe.
Niedługo po tym wyjechał w interesach do Quimper. Kiedy był daleko, jego ciotka, wdowa po wielkim szlachcicu, przyjechała spędzić noc w Kerfol, podczas jej drogi na odpust świętej Barbary.
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What is going on?
Co się dzieje?
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They went on a picnic to the lake.
Poszli urządzić piknik nad jeziorem.
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They went on board the ship.
Oni weszli na pokład statku.
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They went on talking all night.
Rozmawiali przez całą noc.
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Sinónimos

continue a certain state, condition, or activity: preserve, run on, proceed, uphold, go along, ride, move, bear on, keep, carry on, continue, act, hold, keep going
come to pass: give, pass, come about, befall, backfire, arise, go, betide, fall out, happen, contemporise, take place, develop, proceed, come off, synchronize, roll around, occur, hap, coincide, go over, materialize, repeat, bechance, break, strike, chance, recoil, fall, concur, come, backlash, synchronise, come around, shine, supervene, recur, come up, anticipate, intervene, recrudesce, contemporize, go off, transpire, turn out, materialise, operate, pass off, result
move forward, also in the metaphorical sense: rachet up, go along, move, plough on, go by, go, ratchet down, press on, pass, sneak up, overhaul, travel, inch, progress, pass on, string along, move on, draw in, string, forge, push on, locomote, slide by, march on, penetrate, advance, elapse, overtake, creep up, lapse, slip away, infringe, glide by, edge, ratchet, slip by, encroach, impinge, close in
continue talking: ramble on, carry on, segue, proceed, ramble, continue, jog, talk, speak



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