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Translation of "death" - English-Polish dictionary

death

noun     /deθ/
B1 [C, U] the end of life śmierć Do you believe in life after death? We need to reduce the number of deaths from heart attacks. a death threatDeath and dying
to death
C2 until you die na śmierć, śmiertelnie He was beaten to death by a gang of youths.Death and dyingIntensifying expressions
put sb to death
C2 to kill someone as a punishment stracić kogoś , uśmiercić kogoś [often passive] She was put to death for her beliefs.Death and dying
frightened/bored, etc to death informal
B2 extremely frightened/bored, etc śmiertelnie przerażony/znudzony itp. She's scared to death of dogs.Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
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