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Polish translation of “die”

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die

verb
 
 
/daɪ/ ( present participle dying, past tense and past participle died)
A1 [I] to stop living
umierać
Many of the refugees died of hunger. She died from brain injuries after a road accident.Death and dying
be dying for sth; be dying to do sth informal B1 to very much want to have, eat, drink, or do something
marzyć o czymś
I'm dying for a drink.Wanting thingsHoping and hopefulness
to die for informal If something is to die for, it is extremely good.
świetny, niesamowity
→  See also die hard Informal words for goodGood, better and bestQuite good, or not very goodExtremely good
Translations of “die”
in Korean 죽다…
in Arabic يَموت…
in French mourir, disparaître, avoir une envie folle de…
in Italian morire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 死去,死亡,過世, 停止運轉,報廢…
in Russian умирать…
in Turkish ölmek…
in Spanish morir, apagarse, desaparecer…
in Portuguese morrer…
in German sterben, verschwinden, sehnen…
in Catalan morir…
in Japanese 死ぬ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 死去,死亡,过世, 停止运转,报废…
(Definition of die from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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