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Translation of "accident" - English-Polish dictionary

accident

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈæksɪdənt/
A2 something bad which happens that is not intended and which causes injury or damage
wypadek
a car/traffic accident She had an accident in the kitchen. I didn't mean to spill his drink. It was an accident.Accidents and disastersDifficult situations and unpleasant experiencesFailures
by accident B1 without being intended
przez przypadek, przypadkiem
I deleted the wrong file by accident.Chance and randomnessNot expected or planned
Translations of “accident”
in Arabic حادِث…
in Korean 사고…
in Malaysian kemalangan, kebetulan…
in French accident, (par) hasard…
in Turkish kaza…
in Italian incidente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 意外, 不測, 事故…
in Russian несчастный случай…
in Vietnamese tai nạn, sự tình cờ…
in Spanish accidente, casualidad…
in Portuguese acidente…
in Thai อุบัติเหตุ, เหตุบังเอิญ…
in German der Unfall, der Zufall…
in Catalan accident…
in Japanese 事故…
in Indonesian kecelakaan, kebetulan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 意外, 不测, 事故…
(Definition of accident from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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