garden

English translation: ogród, ogródek, possibly 'działka

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Polish term or phrase:garden
English translation:ogród, ogródek, possibly 'działka
Entered by: Jacek Krankowski (X)

20:30 Aug 6, 2000
Polish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Polish term or phrase: garden
I would like the polish word for garden. I am doing a craft for my dad for his birthday. Thank you
susan
ogród, ogródek, possibly 'działka"
Explanation:
ogród - this is the standard Polish term for garden
ogródek - little garden, a 'cute' way of saying garden, a popular expression
działka - a garden away from home, a plot of land used for gardening and weekend recreation

I beg to differ with alexxx on 'sad' - this means orchard, usually in the context of fruit trees
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Jakub Kostecki
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Local time: 15:20
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Summary of answers provided
naogród, ogródek, possibly 'działka"
Jakub Kostecki
naogrod, sad
Alexander Kudriavtsev


  

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2 hrs
ogrod, sad


Explanation:
Dear Susan, take your pick of these two words. The first is, probably, "more" Polish and correctly is written with a ' above the second "o".
By the way, a piece of advice, next time you need translation into Polish address the correct pair English>Polish. Or you may end with no answer at all.
Sto lat dla twoego taty

Alexander Kudriavtsev
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4 hrs
ogród, ogródek, possibly 'działka"


Explanation:
ogród - this is the standard Polish term for garden
ogródek - little garden, a 'cute' way of saying garden, a popular expression
działka - a garden away from home, a plot of land used for gardening and weekend recreation

I beg to differ with alexxx on 'sad' - this means orchard, usually in the context of fruit trees

Jakub Kostecki
Poland
Local time: 15:20
PRO pts in pair: 4
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