buried po angielsku

wymowa
adj. interred, placed in the ground and covered with earth

Przykładowe zdania

According to tradition, it was built on the site where Jesus was crucified, buried, and resurrected.
(Source: Voice of America)
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After the civil war Picasso spent his life in France, where he passed away and was buried.
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She buried her face in her little boy’s hair, and wept bitterly, holding him tightly against her. It seemed as if she would never let him go.
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“They would have buried him with it, for sure,” she replied, laughing.
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"She will never come to life again now," muttered the lad, burying his face in his hands.
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Campbell buried his face in his hands, and a shudder passed through him.
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I had buried my romance in a bed of asphodel.
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I would bury them all.
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It will mock me some day--mock me horribly! The hot tears welled into his eyes; he tore his hand away and, flinging himself on the divan, he buried his face in the cushions, as though he was praying.
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Mozart is buried in Vienna.
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Synonimy

difficult: low, deep, abstract, incisive, abysmal, rich, abstruse


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