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Translation of "kill" - English-Polish dictionary

kill

verb     /kɪl/
DEATH [I, T] A2 to cause someone or something to die zabić Sunday's bomb killed 19 people. Their son was killed in a road accident.Murder and attempted murderKillingKillingMurder and attempted murder
sb will kill sb informal used to say that someone will be very angry with someone else ktoś kogoś zabije Dad will kill me for being late.Angry and displeasedBad-tempered
END [T] to stop an activity or experience completely zniszczyć, popsuć, zatruć His remark killed the conversation.Causing something to endComing to an end
CAUSE PAIN [T] informal to cause you a lot of pain or effort dokuczać, zaszkodzić My feet are killing me. It wouldn't kill you to tidy up occasionally. →  See also kill time Effort and expending energyTrying and making an effort
Translations of “kill”
in Arabic يَقْتُل, يُؤْذي…
in Korean 죽이다, 아프다…
in Malaysian membunuh…
in French tuer…
in Turkish öldürmek, mahvetmek, bitirmek…
in Italian uccidere, ammazzare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 死, 殺死, 弄死…
in Russian убивать, прекращать, губить…
in Vietnamese giết…
in Spanish matar, asesinar…
in Portuguese matar, doer muito…
in Thai ฆ่า…
in German töten…
in Catalan matar, destruir, fer molt mal…
in Japanese ~を殺す, ~が痛くてたまらない…
in Indonesian membunuh…
in Chinese (Simplified) 死, 杀死, 弄死…
(Definition of kill verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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