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beckon

verb
 
 
/ˈbekən/
WAVE [I, T] to move your hand, head, etc to show someone that you would like them to come nearer
skinąć
She beckoned to the waiter.Signs, signals and symbolsSpecific signs and symbols
BE LIKELY [I] to seem very likely to happen
wydawać się w zasięgu ręki
A career as a lead guitarist beckoned.Possible and probable
BE ATTRACTIVE [I] If a place beckons, it is very attractive to you, and you want to go there.
nęcić
The bright lights of London beckoned.Attracting and temptingAttractiveSexual attraction
(Definition of beckon from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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