appointment in Polacco

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n. umówiony termin, spotkanie, umówienie, randka, ustanowienie, mianowanie na stanowisko, wybór, powołanie, stanowisko, schadzka

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I'd like to make an appointment for the day after tomorrow.
Chciałbym pojutrze zorganizować spotkanie.
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I took a bus so I wouldn't be late for my appointment.
Wsiadłem do autobusu, więc nie spóźnię się na spotkanie.
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I have an appointment with Tom.
Mam spotkanie z Tom'em.
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Does Tom have an appointment?
Czy Tom jest umówiony?
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We had an appointment.
Byliśmy umówieni.
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My appointment is at 2:30.
Moje spotkanie jest o 2:30.
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I'd like to make an appointment for my three-year-old son.
Chciałbym umówić mojego trzyletniego synka.
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Make another appointment at the front desk.
Proszę się jeszcze raz umówić w recepcji.
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Can I make an appointment to have a medical examination?
Mogę się umówić na badanie lekarskie?
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I had to postpone my appointment.
Musiałem przełożyć umówione spotkanie.
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Sinonimi

the act of putting a person into a non-elective position: co-optation, designation, ordinance, assignment, decision, delegacy, ordination, determination, naming, nomination, co-option, recognition, conclusion
a meeting arranged in advance: blind date, engagement, get together, tryst, escort, rendezvous, date, meeting, double date
(usually plural) furnishings and equipment (especially for a ship or hotel): fitting, furnishing
the job to which you are (or hope to be) appointed: business, line of work, job, line, occupation
(law) the act of disposing of property by virtue of the power of appointment: disposal, disposition
a person who is appointed to a job or position: someone, somebody, soul, person, individual, mortal, appointee



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