"immediate" po angielsku z przykładami - Słownik kolokacji angielskich

immediate przymiotnik

immediate + rzeczownik
Kolokacji: 452
immediate attention • immediate effect • immediate vicinity • immediate family • immediate area • immediate action • ...
częste kolokacje
Kolokacji: 90
(9) success, hit, strike
Kolokacji: 3
(13) concern, worry, fear
Kolokacji: 3
(20) access, right, claim, call
Kolokacji: 4
(23) change, cash
Kolokacji: 2
(26) successor, replacement, heir
Kolokacji: 3
(28) crisis, emergency, occasion
Kolokacji: 3
(33) question, inquiry
Kolokacji: 2
(34) prospect, foreground
Kolokacji: 2
(36) gratification, satisfaction
Kolokacji: 2
(37) year, entourage, meeting
Kolokacji: 3
(39) survivor, survival
Kolokacji: 2
(48) criticism, fire
Kolokacji: 2
(54) sign, staff, outcry, alarm
Kolokacji: 4
(57) importance, value, urgency
Kolokacji: 3
(62) focus, left
Kolokacji: 2
(63) ceasefire
Kolokacji: 1
(66) independence, emancipation
Kolokacji: 2
(67) pain, symptom, invasion
Kolokacji: 3
(71) attraction, bond, moment
Kolokacji: 3
(77) retaliation, reprisal
Kolokacji: 2
(79) opportunity, hearing
Kolokacji: 2
(80) obstacle, hurdle
Kolokacji: 2
(82) uproar, splash, violence
Kolokacji: 3
(83) disaster, hardship
Kolokacji: 2
1. immediate disaster = natychmiastowa katastrofa immediate disaster
2. immediate hardship = najpilniejsze trudności immediate hardship
  • This last proverb sums up a traditional view of debt as a last-resort means of affording necessities, when the alternative would be immediate hardship, perhaps disaster.
  • Business must have qualifying business loans and must be experiencing immediate financial hardship.
  • Is your business suffering an immediate financial hardship?
  • Colombia will not suffer immediate hardship even though its flourishing economy benefits in part from drug profits.
  • Together with Israel's decision to close the Palestinian territories, the suspension of payments is bound to exert immediate and severe economic hardship.
  • The drought has caused immediate hardship to farmers, who make up nearly half the population.
  • There won't be any immediate hardship.
  • The farmers are hardly crying immediate economic hardship.
  • But after the war, an immediate hardship caused by new taxes and reduced wages and new settlers threatening African land led to new movements.
  • In a country that has suffered a serious economic decline in recent years, this is causing immediate and widespread hardship.
(84) cancellation, revocation
Kolokacji: 2
(85) disqualification, eligibility
Kolokacji: 2
(87) descent, extraction
Kolokacji: 2

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