at

at
[æt]
prep
1) (referring to position, place)

at the table — przy stole

at home/school — w domu/szkole

at the top — na górze

at my parents' (house) — u (moich) rodziców

2) (referring to direction)

to look at sth — patrzeć (popatrzeć perf) na coś

to throw sth at sb — rzucać (rzucić perf) czymś w kogoś

3) (referring to time)

at 4 o'clock — o (godzinie) czwartej

at night — w nocy

at Christmas — na Boże Narodzenie

at times — czasami, czasem

4) (referring to rates) po +acc

at 2 pounds a kilo — po 2 funty za kilogram

two at a time — po dwa na raz

5) (referring to speed)

at 50 km/h — z prędkością 50 km na godzinę

6) (referring to activity)

to be at work — pracować

to play at cowboys — bawić się w kowbojów

to be good at sth — być dobrym w czymś

7) (referring to cause)

shocked/surprised/annoyed at sth — wstrząśnięty/zdziwiony/rozdrażniony czymś

at his command — na jego polecenie

8)

not at all — (in answer to question) wcale nie; (in answer to thanks) nie ma za co

I'm not at all tired — nie jestem wcale zmęczony

anything at all will do — może być obojętnie co

* * *
[æt]
preposition
(showing)
1) (position: They are not at home; She lives at 33 Forest Road) w, przy
2) (direction: He looked at her; She shouted at the boys.) na
3) (time: He arrived at ten o'clock; The children came at the sound of the bell.) w, na
4) (state or occupation: The countries are at war; She is at work.) w (stanie)
5) (pace or speed: He drove at 120 kilometres per hour.) z prędkością
6) (cost: bread at $1.20 a loaf.) po

English-Polish dictionary. 2013.

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