Polish

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  • In the following month the Polish administration was forced to leave again twice.
  • He is recognized as having a significant influence on post-war Polish cultural policy.
  • Over the next months, the front was moving into the pre-war Polish territory.
  • Elements of what is called now human rights may be found in early times of the Polish state.
  • More than six million Polish citizens died in the war.
  • The incident was covered up for many years by the Polish communist authorities.
  • List of poets who have written much of their poetry in the Polish language.
  • They have also been adapted for Polish films and television series.
  • This process resulted in the creation of the modern Polish state.
  • He was fired when he spent far too many hours polishing the business correspondence.
  • His mother must have spoken Polish, as he learned that as well, all before the age of eight.
  • The majority of the population in the area was Polish.
  • Anti-Polish violence also occurred in the same time period.
  • Stone polishing makes in this period its first appearance, becoming more frequent at later dates.
  • He is recognized as having a significant influence on post-war Polish cultural policy and being a major literary figure.
  • Polish has, over the centuries, borrowed a number of words from other languages.
  • The project has gained the support of the Polish Ministry of the Environment.
  • Chicago is also a prominent center of the Polish Cathedral style of church architecture.
  • This removed time pressure, leading to the band spending two years polishing the material.
  • Most Polish towns and cities have well developed municipal bus services.
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Meaning of Polish

  • noun The property of being smooth and shiny
  • noun A highly developed state of perfection; having a flawless or impeccable quality
    they performed with great polish, I admired the exquisite refinement of his prose, almost an inspiration which gives to all work that finish which is almost art"--Joseph Conrad
  • noun A preparation used in polishing
  • noun The slavic language of poland
  • verb Make (a surface) shine
    shine the silver, please, polish my shoes
  • verb Improve or perfect by pruning or polishing
    refine one's style of writing
  • verb Bring to a highly developed, finished, or refined state
    polish your social manners
  • adjective Of or relating to poland or its people or culture
    Polish sausage