Expert eng 2

  1. Počítačová gramotnost se stává skoro stejně podstatnou jako schopnost řídit auto
    Computer literacy is becoming as essential as the ability to drive a car.
  2. to not be noticed or dealt with:
    Little details often ... .
    Too many young people ... in the health system.
    to fall/slip through the cracks
  3. the way in which people who have been to the same expensive privateschool help each other to find good jobs:
    The ... still has enormous power in such companies.
    the old school tie
  4. Občas se prostě  u svých dětí musím uchýlit k metodě cukru a biče
    Sometimes I just have to resort to the carrot and stick approach with my children.
  5. dáváš přednost práci v sevřené rodinné firmě nebo v anonymní společnosti?
    do you prefer working in a close-knit family unit or in a faceless corporation?
  6. Obvykle zkoušky uděláš jen tak tak a nebo je zvládneš levou zadní?
    Do you usually scrape through exams or pass with flying colours?
  7. dokážeš předpovědět, kde budeš za pět let?
    Can you foresee where you will be in five years?
  8. strohé dětství během války
    an austere childhood during the war
  9. musel jsem si utáhnout opasek od doby,co jsem přestal pracovat na plný úvazek
    I've had to tighten my belt since I stopped working full-time.
  10. causing people to feel worried and uncomfortable:an ... silence
    oppressive
  11. cruel and unfair: an ... government/military regime
    oppressive
  12. Můj stůl je zavalen nepořádkem
    My desk is covered in/full of clutter.
  13. to remove things you do not need from a place, in order to make it more pleasant and more useful: I'm going to ... before my family comes to visit.
    declutter
  14. Zvuk zavírajících se dveří mě oklamal,abych si myslel že odešli.
    The sound of the door closing deceived me into thinking they had gone out.
  15. Myslí si, že se vrátí, ale klame sama sebe
    She thinks he'll come back, but she's deceiving herself.
  16. Učitelé si vždycky stěžují na množství těžké práce
    Teachers are always complaining about their heavy workloads.
  17. to deal with a problem or difficulty calmly and not to allow it to influence what you are doing:
    When you become a politician, you soon learn to ... criticism ... .
    take sth in your stride
  18. Do určité míry je pověrčivější než bývala
    She's somewhat more superspitious than she used to be
  19. to be very shocked or surprised:
    I was somewhat ... by her honesty.
    be taken aback
  20. Voliči ho začínají brát na vědomí jako vážného kandidáta
    Voters are beginning to take notice of him as a serious candidate.
  21. nevšímat si s pomocí slovesa take
    take no notice of sth
  22. Proč si tolik chlapců libuje v mučení hmyzu a malých zvířatek?
    Why do so many boys take pleasure in torturing insects and small animals?
  23. Slitovali jsme se nad párem lidí čekájících v dešti na autobus a nabrali jsme je
    We took pity on a couple of people waiting in the rain for a bus and gave them a lift.
  24. Zápasil jsem do schodů s taškami dokud se nade mnou někdo neslitoval a nepomohl mi
    I struggled up the steps with my bags until eventually someone took pity and helped me.

    to feel sorry for someone, and to do something that shows this
  25. nechci aby si myslela,že ji zneužíváme
    I don't want her to think we're taking advantage of her.
  26. Proč ses urazil kvůli tomu co řekl? Jen žertoval
    Why did you take exception to what he said? He was only joking.
  27. to feel very pleased about something or someone you are closely connected with:
    If you don't... professional ... your work, you're probably in the wrong job.
    take pride in sth/sb
  28. Lístky na koncert byly rozebrány během tří hodin (co se začly prodávat)
    Tickets for the concert were snapped up within three hours of going on sale.
  29. Dostat nějakou pracovní zkušenost teď se ti vyplatí, až budeš žádat o stálou práci
    Getting some work experience now will stand you in good stead (for) when you apply for a permanent job.
  30. Ve své práci vidím lidi všech "životních fází, sociálních tříd..."
    In my work I see people from all walks of life
  31. Být rozpoznán na ulici je nevyhnutelnou součástí života celebrity
    Being recognized in the street is part and parcel of being a celebrity.
  32. Její jméno se v konverzaci stále vynořuje
    Her name keeps cropping up in conversation.
  33. problém se objevil/vynořil/pronikl na povrch
    the problem cropped up
  34. Jeden z pěti zaměstnanců připouští, že si bere pracovní volno kvůli stresu
    One in five employees admits to taking time off because of stress.
  35. modern: ... fashion​
    containing all the most recent information: ... news
    up-to-the-minute
  36. cheap but good or enjoyable:
    There's a restaurant round the corner that serves ... food.
    cheap and cheerful
  37. Všechen ten luxus mě nechává chladnou...
    All this luxusy just leaves me cold...
  38. Vyhodili ji ptž chodí pozdě
    they sacked her for beiing late
  39. a course that teaches you a lot of basic facts in a very short time:
    I did/took a ... in French before my trip to Paris.
    crash course
  40. Unikl tajné policii jen o chlup
    He escaped from the secret police by the skin of his teeth.
  41. the people with the highest positions of authority, especially in the armed forces
    top brass
  42. Shodli jsme se, že vyhrát nebylo to nejdůležitější
    We all agreed that winning was not the be-all and end-all.
  43. Bereš věci osobně nebo máš spíše hroší kůži?
    Do you tend take things personally or are you fairly thick-skinned
  44. more than average, but less than very:
    We get on ... well.
    I'm ... sure that this is the right address.
    fairly
  45. Ta odpověď na tebe z té stránky prostě vyskočila!
    The answer fairly jumps off the page at you!
  46. Průzkum byl uskutečněn/ prováděn na náhodném vzorku voličů
    The survey was carried out among a random sample of voters.
  47. to do or complete something, especially that you have said you would do or that you have been told to do:
    a)Dr Carter ... research on early Christian art.
    b)The hospital ... tests to find out what's wrong with her.
    c)Our soldiers ... a successful attack last night.
    d)It is hoped that the kidnappers will not ... their threat to kill the hostages.
    e)Don't blame me, I'm only ... my orders.
    • a) is carrying out
    • b) is carrying out
    • c) carried out
    • d) carry out
    • e) carrying out
  48. to surprise and worry someone:
    No one is ... by the sight of guns here any more.
    fazed
  49. to divide the duties and the pay of one job between two people who work at different times during the day or week
    job-share
  50. rozlučka se svobodou
    stag or hen night/party
Author
iren
ID
325845
Card Set
Expert eng 2
Description
english
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