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Polish translation of “become”

become

verb
 
 
/bɪˈkʌm/ (past tense became, past participle become)
become available/rich/a writer, etc A2 to begin to be something
pojawić się/zostać lub stać się bogatym/pisarzem itp.
They became great friends. She wants to become a teacher when she leaves school. This style of skirt is becoming fashionable.Starting and beginningStarting again
what/whatever became of sb/sth something you say when you want to know what has happened to someone
a co z kimś/czymś
Whatever became of your friend Harry?Question words and expressions
(Definition of become from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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