English English Dictionary

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in in English:

1. interested interested


I'm interested in politics.
Is there any particular color that you are interested in?
He listened to my pitch, so he must be interested.
If you are interested in studying English with a native speaker, please contact me.
You're the only person I know besides me who is actually interested in this kind of thing.
For one thing, I'm busy; for another, I'm not interested.
Would you be interested in a project you would really like to do?
If you need to use the services of a company, you may be interested to know what standards they work towards before choosing to work with them.
I have often observed how little young ladies are interested by books of a serious stamp, though written solely for their benefit. It amazes me, I confess; for, certainly, there can be nothing so advantageous to them as instruction.
Seize the moments of happiness, love and be loved! That is the only reality in the world, all else is folly. It is the one thing we are interested in here.
He began to read vegetarian books and became interested in different foods
Sarah's only interested in boys, music, and clothes. [+ to do sth] I'd be interested to find out more about the course.
You have always been so interested in Scotland, and that is one reason why I am interested in you
You will be interested to know that we have just introduced our new Managing Director, Mr Masaru Ezaki.
If you were really interested in what I'm saying you wouldn't be staring out of the window.

English word "in"(interested) occurs in sets:

Use of english B2 phrasal verbs
Adjectives + prepositions
kartkówka przyimki
zdanie pytające

2. believe believe


Don't you believe me?
Are there many people in Europe who believe in ghosts even now?
Socrates was accused of atheism because he did not believe in Zeus.
It makes little difference to me whether you believe it or not.
When children play, they often make believe they are grownup.
Even people who don't believe in the Catholic church venerate the Pope as a symbolic leader.
It's very unlikely that the teacher will believe Tom's excuse for not having his homework done on time.
I'll stand up for what I believe in and won't yield to any threats.
There were many things that I thought were important at that time that I no longer believe are important.
The sudden increase of ultraviolet rays made the researchers believe in the existence of ozone holes.
I can't believe I misplaced the party information and registration you sent to me.
We believe that you will be able to make a price concession.
I told you the concert was going to be boring. Why didn't you believe me?
It is absurd to believe that young children can run faster than policemen.
Some believe Nessie lives in this lake.

English word "in"(believe) occurs in sets:

verbs/adjectives, nouns with propositions B
prepositions sritions

3. increase increase


The prices increased.
Although an increase of unmarried mothers is needed in order to escape the declining birth rate for some reason public opinion in Japan is avoiding this argument.
The report from the National Development and Reform Committee says that the advance in rural high-speed telecommunication infrastructure is the main reason for the increase in Internet users.
Translating sentences one by one is too slow for you? You want to increase your rank in Tatoeba, or the rank of your language, at the speed of light? So this is for you!
It's just if we have it every day we're bound to get fed up with it. I must increase the variety of my cooking.
Yesterday my brother went to Fukushima to help the inhabitants. I'm afraid that the radiation will increase.
This may be because of a change in people's attitude toward marriage and the sharp increase of fast food restaurants and convenience stores which are open 24 hours a day and enable young people to live more easily.
When I reached the hall right away the person in charge unrelentingly said things like "This painting is certain to increase in value in the future," and I went and signed the contract.
In China, there is a large number of characters, so the goal of the character simplification was to replace the complex traditional characters with easy to remember simplified characters and increase the literacy rate.
The Chinese government has spent a lot of money on research into successful panda breeding in order to increase their birth rate.
This extraordinary increase is explained by the speedy economic unification which took place during the same period.
Our firm is a giant one, and there are some rules and regulations, which should be revised or rescinded to reduce red tape and increase efficiency.
increase by - wzrasta o. Exports of computers have increased by 15% since January. / increase in: The club has been increasing in popularity. / increase with: The chances of having twins increase with a mother’s age. / → Opposite - decrease
Apart from gold; customers may ask for their avatar’s skill level to increase; or for a virtual magic sword.

English word "in"(increase) occurs in sets:

Prepositions od Jane

4. rise


It is rather cold again today, but tomorrow we expect the temperature to rise.
rise price
First of all, the level of the ocean could rise, because ocean water expands as it grows warmer.
However, as living standards gradually came to rise, more and more people began to have their own bathrooms at home.
The sexes differ, not only in stature and muscular force, but perhaps even more decisively in temperament, and this must early have given rise to a corresponding division of labour.
With bronze as a mirror one can dress neatly; with the example of another person one can see the advantages and disadvantages of himself; from the mirror of history one can know the reason for the rise and fall of states.
You can no more expect me to change my opinion than expect the sun to rise in the west.
Be like the palm tree - the more it gets pressed by the cliff, the quicker and more beautiful its rise to the top.
The question of food prices has been raised and it is true that the rise in food prices will certainly affect Latin America, where over a third of the population is already living in poverty.
Mount Olympus rises high above all the other mountains in Greece.
Initially this gave rise to gossip among petty people, and it gradually provoked criticism from members of our family.
When the bombs fell on our harbor and tyranny threatened the world, she was there to witness a generation rise to greatness, and a democracy was saved. Yes, we can.
So long as men worship the Caesars and Napoleons, Caesars and Napoleons will duly rise and make them miserable.
Working, healthy people contribute to the reduction of medical expenses, the rise of the eligible age for benefits, and the curtailment of their costs.
Rise up, take up thy bed, and walk.

5. in


I live in Warsaw.
Half a million children still face malnutrition in Niger.
Back in high school, I got up at 6 a.m. every morning.
Poverty does more to bring out the worst in people and conceal the best than anything else in the world.
Kissing one's spouse in public is considered acceptable behavior in some countries.
In the United States, it takes a minimum of eight years of college to become a medical doctor.
Water, in its natural state, is a fluid.
An estimated 20% of the water used by homeowners in cities is used for their grass.
What you spend time doing in your childhood affects the rest of your life.
The inland taipan, a snake found in Australia, is the most venomous snake in the world.
In North America, business operates on "the customer is always right" principle.
I'm the type who gets nervous in front of people, so I'm bad at speech making.
Please make your reservation one week in advance.
If I should be suddenly spoken to in English, I might run away.
The Democrats haven't decided on their candidates yet, but in any case they're sure to lose.

English word "in"(in) occurs in sets:

ANG - VI klasa - 03 prepositions of place
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6. involve


What does it involve?
Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. To involve means to connect.
To involve means to connect. When you get involved in the Spanish Club, you attend meetings and events.
The sentence can generally involve a decree of imprisonment, a fine and/or other punishments against a defendant convicted of a crime
Service industries include communication, transportation, distribution, finance and a host of other areas which do not involve production of goods.
Prices and length of study vary according to the speciality but all involve intensive home study as well as college-based tuition.
/inwolw/ * what exactly does the job involve? (+ Ing .. My course involves doing a lot of research )
They execute endless practice runs and then review their in‐flight decisions, attempting to hone their minds to select the best approach to any given scenario, particularly those that involve the use of deadly force.
Only a small number of players seem to have been involved.
a person who makes money by starting their own business that typically involves some financial risk
My work involves: human contact / team work / long hours / dealing with customers / travelling a lot/ solving problems
He believed that some kind of supernatural forces were involved in his healing.
When you are involved in an argument and both you and the other person know (or rather believe) you are right, do you insist on the other person admitting they are wrong, or do you just let the matter drop for the sake of peace and quiet.
The trips often involve a lot of walking.; an event involving hundreds of people; I prefer teaching methods that actively involve students in learning.
If a situation or activity involves something, that thing is a necessary part of it.; to affect or include someone or something in an activity; to make someone be part of an activity or process