"tell" po angielsku z przykładami - Słownik kolokacji angielskich

tell czasownik

tell + rzeczownik
Kolokacji: 639
tell reporters • tell lies • tell investigators • tell jokes • tell dentist • tell Reuters • tell jurors • tell detectives • tell viewers • ...
czasownik + tell
Kolokacji: 96
mind telling • keep telling • recall telling • start telling • remember telling • begin telling • try telling • tell before starting • go tell • ...
tell + przyimek
Kolokacji: 48
tell off • tell about • tell by • tell from • tell that • ...
tell + przymiotnik/przysłówek
Kolokacji: 121
repeatedly told • once tell • later tell • simply tell • finally tell • actually tell • better tell • immediately tell • ...
częste kolokacje
Kolokacji: 31
(1) repeatedly, continually
Kolokacji: 2
(3) later, afterward
Kolokacji: 2
(4) simply, merely
Kolokacji: 2
(5) finally, eventually
Kolokacji: 2
(6) actually, vividly
Kolokacji: 2
(7) better, best
Kolokacji: 2
(9) hardly, barely
Kolokacji: 2
(10) initially, originally
Kolokacji: 2
(11) quickly, promptly
Kolokacji: 2
2. regularly tell = regularnie powiedz regularly tell
3. consistently tell = konsekwentnie powiedz consistently tell
4. reliably tell = niezawodnie powiedz reliably tell
  • This is the first warning from a senior Pentagon official that the test schedule prevents the military from reliably telling President Clinton by the June deadline whether the system is ready to be deployed.
  • Another problem is that even with a microscope, it is not possible to reliably tell when the oocyst is dead.
  • For the very simple case of scenes with a cardboard pyramid or a styrofoam sphere, subjects were not able to reliably tell reality and graphics apart.
  • If the judge cannot reliably tell the machine from the human, the machine is said to have passed the test.
  • They are comparisons, which can reliably tell us whether one option is better than another, or whether change is better than "business as usual."
  • These three sentences will almost certainly find some robust difference beyond the initial three words that will reliably tell them apart.
  • Being shown photographs of macaques during this three-month period gave nine-month-olds the ability to reliably tell between unfamiliar macaque faces.
  • Povik's older, less capable ALR-45 threat warning receiver was little more than a glorified fuzzbuster that could tell him that there was a threat out there but not reliably tell where or what.
  • Instead it is presented as though it really were neutral, detached and scientific, and that the description reliably tells us of Wolof mental states rather than of Wolof cultural conventions.
  • 'How can you reliably tell the difference?'
(18) quietly, loudly, gently
Kolokacji: 3
(19) explicitly, expressly
Kolokacji: 2
(21) clearly, exactly, cryptically
Kolokacji: 3
(24) alone, entirely
Kolokacji: 2
(25) tearfully, sadly
Kolokacji: 2
(26) supposedly, purportedly
Kolokacji: 2
(27) reluctantly, defiantly
Kolokacji: 2
(28) definitely, emphatically
Kolokacji: 2
(29) officially, formally
Kolokacji: 2
(30) effectively, helpfully
Kolokacji: 2
(31) solemnly, gravely
Kolokacji: 2
(32) practically, matter-of-factly
Kolokacji: 2
(33) accidentally, inadvertently
Kolokacji: 2

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