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Translation of "on" - English-Polish dictionary

on

preposition     /ɒn/
SURFACE
A1 on a surface of something na We put all of our medicine on a high shelf.On or offGeneral location and orientation
PLACE
A2 in a particular place na the diagram on page 22 I met her on a ship.On or offGeneral location and orientation
RECORDING/PERFORMANCE
A2 used to show the way in which something is recorded or performed na, w What's on television tonight?Recording sounds and images
TOUCHING
B2 used to show what happens as a result of touching something o, na I cut myself on a knife.
SUBJECT
B1 about o, na temat a book on pregnancyRegarding and concerningLinking and relating
MONEY/TIME
A2 used to show what money or time is used for na I've wasted too much time on this already. She refuses to spend more than £20 on a pair of shoes.
NEXT TO
B1 next to or along the side of na, przy, nad The post office is on Bateman Street.On or offGeneral location and orientationNext to and beside
DATE/DAY
A1 used to show the date or day when something happens w dniu, w He's due to arrive on 14 February. I'm working on my birthday.Describing when something happened or will happen
USING
B1 using something przez, na I spoke to Mum on the phone.Using and misusing
AFTER
happening after something and often because of it po The Prince was informed on his return to the UK.Describing when something happened or will happen
TRANSPORT
A2 used to show some methods of travelling w połączeniu z nazwą środka lokomocji tłumaczone często narzędnikiem, np. promem , autobusami itp. Did you go over on the ferry? Sam loves travelling on buses.Travelling
FOOD/FUEL/DRUGS
B2 used to show something that is used as food, fuel, or a drug na This radio runs on batteries. I can't drink wine because I'm on antibiotics.Using and misusing
be on a committee/panel, etc
to be a member of a group or organization być członkiemrady/komisji itp. She's on the playgroup committee.Employees and colleagues
have/carry sth on you
to have something with you mieć/nosić coś przy sobie Do you have your driving licence on you?Having and owning - general words
be on me/him, etc informal
used to show who is paying for something ja/on stawia/m itp. This meal is on me.Paying and spending money
(Definition of on preposition from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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