"news" po angielsku z przykładami - Słownik kolokacji angielskich
- Exasperated that his news elicited so little response, F'nor rose.
- The news elicited applause from a group that has had little cheer this season.
- Any negative news about a stock elicits a lightning-fast reaction from these big investors.
- The news did not elicit shouts of joy at Nagl's base.
- On the face of it, the news may not elicit much sensation, but let's look at some facts.
- The Woolworth's news has elicited much public lament over the disappearance of five and dimes.
- While the Clinton administration thought the matter was relatively unimportant, the news elicited a firestorm of public opinion, most of it against Baird.
- She knew it was irrational, but part of her had honestly believed that news of this magnitude must elicit some kind of obvious response, even from Tuvok.
- At first, the news that Colin Ferguson had murdered six people on a commuter train elicited the kind of stunned reactions you might expect.
- In the city, news of the gains, which were particularly pronounced in the Bronx and in some of the poorest-performing districts, elicited cheers among teachers and principals.
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