He studied the scientists considered to be the most significant of the 19th century.
It is a significant change in our policy. / In addition, they reported significant growth in their investment in 2005 and 2006. / The effect was significant from the first year.
My company is one of The most significant on The global market.
At present the text book issue between the Korean and Japanese governments is developing into a significant problem affecting both countries.
The significant point as regards the segregation problem is to clarify the value system of each group.
If this proposal is put into practice, the business world will be affected to a significant degree.
With text we mean any communicative situation of significant length.
What is significant in this argument is that his theory can identify those phenomena.
The workshops have a significant glass front, allowing maximum light and view of the interior from outside
The thin mist from yesterday will turn into thick fog at night which can cause adverse weather conditions for drivers as visibility will be significantly reduced.
Head office is very worried there was a significant decrease in the number of orders taken in the last quarter.
It is significant that Falkner did not attend the meeting himself. / → Opposite - insignificant
The scientists made a significant breakthrough. (Naukowcy dokonali istotnego przełomu.)
English word "znaczący"(significant) occurs in sets:Najpopularniejsze cz 1. Tłumaczone ang-plunit 4 powtórka upstream intermediate Progress7 ways to live life in a purposePolska od I do II wojny światowej (poziom gimnazjum)Block 2 Unit 2 Social Science 2.3, 2.4
She gave me a meaningful look.
Tom gave Mary a meaningful look.
The worker made a meaningful contribution to the project.
Everyone listened and was very happy, thinking this wedding was both original and meaningful.
In the main, I am in favor of political reform if meaningful changes are made.
Your effort is meaningful.
Through an understanding ofon-verbal behaviour, you will achieve a deeper, more meaningfuliew of the world around you.
She raised one eyebrow in a meaningful way.
They want a chance to do meaningful work.
he said some meaningful words on marriage
a meaningful discussion, a meaningful look
It is not meaningful
small talk is what we call a polite and informal conversation about things which aren't really important or meaningful when meeting people socially
I mean, all you could do is give them a meaningful look.
He regards women as disposable pleasures rather than as meaningful pursuits.
English word "znaczący"(meaningful) occurs in sets:7 Ways to Live life with a purpose"Władaj i gadaj cz. 2" - rozdział 37 - Lajk i hejtAdjectives to talk about artKultura Repetytorium maturalne poziom rozszerzony ...LONGMAN matura rozszerzona (repetytorium i podręcz...
The present housing policy is likely to come up against considerable opposition.
I think I've showed considerable constraint under the circumstances.
This movement has not yet achieved all its goals, but it has already had considerable impact in many areas of male-female relations.
It is always possible to bind together a considerable number of people in love, so long as there are other people left over to receive manifestations of their aggressiveness.
The expansion of the Roman Empire wiped out a considerable number of the original European languages.
Though he is no longer president, he still holds considerable sway among the political elite.
Their expenses for the wedding were considerable.
The otter will sometimes cover considerable distances overland between lakes or river sections.
An example of considerable is the pile of dirty dishes after a large dinner party.
They have made considerable progress recently. We've managed to save a considerable amount of money. A marathon is a considerable distance to run!
great in amount, size, importance - Damage to the building was considerable
He was under considerable pressure to get the work done by the end of the day.
English word "znaczący"(considerable) occurs in sets:trudniejsze słówka z 3000 najczęściejOn screen 5 do kartkówkiPoland's exportzeszyt III 10 ABusiness English
They divorced on August 28, 1996, with Diana receiving a substantial settlement.
Activities like that pose a substantial risk of injury
-The furniture was cheap and not very substantial. -substantial meal
I worked extra shift last month and earned substantial amount of money.
It will require substantial time and financial resources.
The project is well-planned and interesting, but its immediate impact on the bottom line is not considered substantial.
This is the first substantial change to the Treaty of Maastricht on economic and monetary union.
I am sorry about the long answer but the details were also substantial.
a substantial number/amount/proportion: A substantial number of members have called to complain.
The compensation that I received after my accident, was substantial enough to buy a new car.
Officials said the company is in talks with two cities offering substantial incentives to build the studio.
Even the mother was always offering me things, though I knew she expected substantial presents in return.
If one is to save up the chicken feed every day, it will amount to a very substantial sum in a year.
English word "znaczący"(substantial) occurs in sets:kart z money z ćwiczeńUNIT 8 Educational systemreading t. 43500 fiszkek
He felt ill at ease among prominent scholars.
The prominent psychologist resembles my uncle in appearance.
The prominent poet attempted to commit suicide in his study.
Clovis, the constantly jumping wino, has prominent quadriceps and fantastic glutes.
(...) and one Togruta, her cone-horn montrals and striped head-tails making her prominent among the prisoners.
I focused on his prominent nose. (Skupiłem się na jego wydatnym nosie George Washington is a prominent figure in the history of the USA. (George Washington jest wybitną postacią w historii USA
If your first name is more prominent in your signature, this implies that you have positive feelings about your childhood.
Lady Thatcher remains a prominent political figure.
A commission of seven prominent and patriotic men.
George Washington is a prominent figure in the history of the USA
She has very prominent cheekbones.
Many of our most prominent citizens send their children to this private school
The two most prominent areas for using geothermal energy in USA are in Yellowstone and in California
English word "znaczący"(prominent) occurs in sets:Dżoana - angielskiBritish School