Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

pielęgnować in English:

1. to nurture


It's important to nurture a good working relationship.
I'm not quite sure how to nurture this particular plant.

English word "pielęgnować"(to nurture) occurs in sets:

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2. to cherish


to cherish friendship

English word "pielęgnować"(to cherish) occurs in sets:

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3. to nurse



English word "pielęgnować"(to nurse) occurs in sets:

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4. foster


He adopted a war orphan and is bringing her up as a foster daughter.
This song was written by Foster.
foster mutual bonds
Marelyn said she talked to her mother by phone from a foster care home in Michigan. Foster parents.
Relations between the two countries have been fostered by official visits and trade delegations
New ways of teaching children will foster creativity and innovation.
It would also benefit the environment, reduce hunger, and foster international cooperation and goodwill.
China hopes newly elected Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will foster new progress in the country’s national construction
Health and gaiety foster beauty.
The growth of the Internet could foster economic development worldwide.
I ​try to foster an ​appreciation for ​classical ​music in my ​students. They were ​discussing the ​best way to foster ​democracy and ​prosperity in the ​former ​communist ​countries.
foster = promote = support
The current political situation fosters emigration of people to western countries.
The children are involved in a group work which fosters learning and collaboration.
Florence Foster Jenkins was one of the greatest sopranos of the world.

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

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5. to tend



English word "pielęgnować"(to tend) occurs in sets:

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6. to tend to



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7. groom


If you don't groom your fluffy cat, she's going to get knots in her fur.
The groom could finally kiss the bride.
Sally is grooming Tim for an examination.
The bride and groom kissed when the ceremony ended.
Food and drink were served in such profusion at the wedding that the bride and groom began to wonder if they should not have invited more guests.
Just before the wedding, the drunken father shouted at the groom: "I won't hand out my daughter to some stranger!"
Recently I attended the wedding of a Chinese friend. The bride and groom had been classmates at university, and both graduated from the Chinese faculty. They've already been together for five years.
Polly spends hours in the stables grooming her pony; She was being groomed for leadership; My boss is grooming me to take over his job next year.
‘the horses were groomed and taken to shows’
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Regular grooming is very important. It keeps your dog clean, healthy.
the first dance will be danced by the bride and the groom
Bride and groom
According to custom, it’s the groom that has to pay for the wedding reception.
The groom was getting cold feet just minutes before the wedding.