Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
While those other words roll off the tongue, this one doesn't come up often.
The word great rolls off the tongue quite easily these days but he really was.
Everyone has a stage name in the industry and it just kind of rolled off the tongue.
Perhaps it was because a name that rolls off the tongue without to much trouble.
It rolls off the tongue, but also it's the kind of thing, once you have the record, you'll understand.
I just like the way his dialogue rolls off the tongue.
The trouble is, terms that might improve public understanding don't exactly roll off the tongue.
The term “renewable portfolio standard” does not exactly roll off the tongue.
This is perhaps better read than spoken; it doesn't exactly roll off the tongue.
As names go, this one does not exactly stick in the mind or roll off the tongue.
I know it's not a name that rolls off the tongue easily, but let me explain.
Even for German speakers, those don't exactly roll off the tongue.
This one doesn't exactly roll off the tongue, but it is pretty cool and fits well.
Inspired idea, no doubt, but it doesn’t quite roll off the tongue.
It is hardly a phrase that rolls off the tongue.
My God, it rolled off the tongue and into the ether.
If you have prepared thoroughly, the answers should roll off the tongue.
I suppose the expression rolls off the tongue - the three As - and, of course, the meeting goes back over one hundred years.
"Time … the great equalizer of all things" doesn't exactly roll off the tongue.
Her name had many sterling qualities, no doubt, but it didn't exactly roll off the tongue.
So the phrase doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue.
The wide variety places he has visited rolls off the tongue with a casual nature.
Rolls off the tongue like a fat little moon.
Doesn't exactly roll off the tongue with most sports fans, but then again I'm not most people.
The name practically rolls off the tongue while you consider all it might entail.
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