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stay

verb
 
 
/steɪ/
NOT LEAVE [I] A1 to continue to be in a place, job, etc and not leave
zostawać, pozostawać
The weather was bad so we stayed at home. Do you want to stay in teaching?Staying and remainingWaitingLiving or sleeping somewhere
IN A STATE [T] B1 to continue to be in a particular state
pozostawać, być
The supermarket stays open late. I was tired and couldn't stay awake.Keeping and staying the sameNot able to be changed
VISIT [I, T] A2 to spend a short period of time in a place
zatrzymywać się, mieszkać
We stayed in a hotel. We're going to stay with my grandmother.Visiting
stay put informal to continue to be in the same place
nie ruszać się (z miejsca)
He told me to stay put while he fetched the car.Staying and remainingWaiting
(Definition of stay verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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