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przedwczoraj

Polish Poland

Word USED Very frequently BY Everyone

It's a one word used to describe "day before yesterday".

"Zrobiłem to przedwczoraj."

"I did it the day before yesterday."


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no

Polish Poland

Word USED Very frequently BY Everyone

It has variety of meanings. Most often it is used as a colloquial way of saying "yes", it can also express understanding or agreement. For example "no nie!" ("no no!") can express disbelief, disappointment or even anger. It always depends on the context.

"Jesteś gotowy?" "No."

"Are you ready?" "No." (instead of "yes")


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po ptakach*

* after the birds

Polish Poland

Idiom USED Frequently BY Most People

It is used to say when something is over and there's nothing else we can do with it.

"Koncert jest wyprzedany. I po ptakach!"

"This concert is sold out. And after the birds!"


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życie to nie bajka*

* life's no fairytale

Polish Poland

Idiom USED On Occasion BY Everyone

It means life it's not easy and doesn't always go as planned.

"Mówię ci, życie to nie bajka."

"I'm telling you, life's no fairytale."


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byczku*

* little bull

Polish Poland

Name USED Frequently BY Teenage Boys

(n.) This is the vocative of byczek, which is the diminutive of byk. It is used very often among friends, but can also be used sarcastically.

"Oj tak, byczku."

"Sure, little bull."


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