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Wielkanoc - angielskie słownictwo

Added by Tomasz H. 17 April 2014 in category: English, Lexicon

Egg -> Jajko

The oval object with a hard shell that is produced by female birds, especially chickens, eaten as food

Bunny/Rabbit -> zajączek

A small animal with long ears and large front teeth that moves by jumping on its long back legs

Good Friday -> Wielki Piątek

The Friday before Easter Sunday, on which the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ is commemorated in the Christian Church

The Last Supper -> Ostatnia Wieczerza

According to Christian belief, The Last Supper is the final meal that Jesus Christ shared with his Twelve Apostles

Easter Bunny -> zajączek wielkanocny

An imaginary rabbit said to bring gifts to children at Easter

Chick -> piskle

A baby bird, especially a young chicken

Chicken -> kurczak

A type of bird kept on a farm for its eggs or its meat

Easter card -> wielkanocna pocztówka

A card, often with a photograph or picture on one side, which can be sent at Easter without an envelope

Sheep -> owca

A farm animal with thick wool that eats grass and is kept for its wool, skin, and meat

Basket -> koszyk

a light container, often with a handle, that is made of thin strips of wood, metal, or plastic twisted together, used for carrying things

Flower -> kwiat

The part of a plant that is often brightly coloured and has a pleasant smell

Celebration -> świętowanie

The act of celebrating something

To dye -> farbować

To change the colour of something using a special liquid

Crucifixion -> ukrzyżowanie

to kill someone by tying or fastening them with nails to a cross and leaving them there to die

Worshipper -> wierny/czciciel

Someone who worships and performs religious ceremonies to a particular god or object

Tomb -> grobowiec/grób

A large stone structure or underground room where someone, especially an important person, is buried

Tulip -> tulipan

A plant with a large, brightly coloured, bell-shaped flower on a stem

Masz jakieś przemyślenia, pytania, sugestie? Są jakieś niejasności, wkradł się błąd albo z czymś się nie zgadzasz? Zostaw komentarz ;-)

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