might have

might have
1) (used to suggest that something would have been possible if something else had been the case: You might have caught the bus if you had run.) mógłbym, mógłbyś itd.
2) (used to suggest that a person has not done what he should: You might have told me!) mogłem przecież, mogłeś przecież itd.
3) (used to show that something was a possible action etc but was in fact not carried out or done: I might have gone, but I decided not to.) mogłem, mogłeś itd.
4) (used when a person does not want to admit to having done something: `Have you seen this man?' `I might have.') mogłem, mogłeś itd.

English-Polish dictionary. 2013.

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