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file

verb
 
 
/faɪl/
PAPER [T] ( also file away) to put documents into an ordered system of boxes or files where you can easily find them again
katalogować, włączać do dokumentacji
She filed all her tax returns under T.Office practicesClassifying and creating order
LAW [T] ( also file for) to officially state that you are going to take someone to court
wnosić
The police filed charges against the suspect. His wife's filing for divorce.Taking legal action
RUB [T] to rub something with a rough tool in order to make it smooth
piłować
ToolsGardening toolsCarpentry and joinery
file along/into/through, etc to walk somewhere in a line, one behind the other
iść gęsiego, iść jeden za drugim
The audience slowly filed back to their seats.Things collected in lines or rings
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