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Polish translation of “blink”

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blink

verb
 
 
/blɪŋk/
EYES [I, T] B2 to open and close both of your eyes quickly
mrugać
The eye and surrounding areaEyesight, glasses and lensesUsing the eyesUsing the eyesEyesight, glasses and lensesThe eye and surrounding areaPerceptive
LIGHT [I] If a light blinks, it goes on and off quickly.
migać, błyskać
Emitting and casting light
blink noun [C]
błysk, mrugnięcie
Translations of “blink”
in Korean 눈을 깜빡이다…
in Arabic يَطْرِف…
in French cligner des yeux…
in Italian battere le palpebre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 眨(眼睛), (光)閃爍…
in Russian моргать, мигать…
in Turkish hızlıca göz kırpmak, hızlı yanıp sönmek…
in Spanish parpadear, pestañear…
in Portuguese piscar…
in German blinzeln…
in Catalan parpellejar…
in Japanese まばたきする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 眨(眼睛), (光)闪烁…
(Definition of blink from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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