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Full list of the 1000 Most Common Polish Words

We created this list of the 1000 most common Polish vocabulary words by processing a large number of Polish language texts, such as news articles.

This vocabulary list is sorted in decreasing order of frequency, meaning that the words appearing near the top of the list are more common than those appearing further down the list.

Polish is an inflected language; therefore, words appearing in sentences often have different endings than their dictionary form. We used a process called lemmatization to convert the terms to their dictionary form before counting them and sorting them by frequency.

Polish is a Slavic language, and most of its vocabulary originates from Slavic roots. However, there are also some loanwords from Latin, German, and French.

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Here is the list of the thousand most common Polish words:

  1. w
    [preposition]
    (in)
  2. i
    [conjunction]
    (and)
  3. na
    [preposition]
    (on)
  4. z
    [preposition]
    (from)
  5. być
    [verb]
    (to be)
  6. się
    [pronoun]
    (oneself)
  7. do
    [preposition]
    (to)
  8. nie
    [particle]
    (no)
  9. to
    [pronoun]
    (this)
  10. on
    [pronoun]
    (he)

    The Polish pronoun “on” refers to a male person and corresponds to the English pronoun “he”. The feminine form of this pronoun is “ona” which is used to refer to a female person, while the neuter form is “ono”.

  11. ten
    [pronoun]
    (this)
  12. który
    [pronoun]
    (what)
  13. że
    [conjunction]
    (that)
  14. o
    [preposition]
    (at)
  15. mieć
    [verb]
    (to have)
  16. a
    [conjunction]
    (and)
  17. rok
    [noun]
    (year)
  18. jak
    [conjunction]
    (as)
  19. od
    [preposition]
    (from)
  20. po
    [preposition]
    (after)
  21. dla
    [preposition]
    (for)
  22. co
    [pronoun]
    (what)
  23. za
    [preposition]
    (behind)
  24. móc
    [verb]
    (may)

    In Polish, móc is an auxiliary verb that can be translated as “to be able” or “to be allowed”.

  25. przez
    [preposition]
    (across)
  26. ale
    [conjunction]
    (but)
  27. czy
    [particle]
    (if)
  28. oraz
    [conjunction]
    (and)
  29. osoba
    [noun]
    (person)
  30. zostać
    [verb]
    (to stay)

    The verb zostać can mean “to stay” and it can also mean “to become”.

  31. bardzo
    [adverb]
    (very much)
  32. swój
    [pronoun]
    (his)
  33. taki
    [pronoun]
    (such)
  34. ja
    [pronoun]
    (I)
  35. czas
    [noun]
    (time)
  36. już
    [adverb]
    (already)
  37. nowy
    [adjective]
    (new)
  38. tak
    [adverb]

    “Tak” is a Polish word with multiple meanings depending on how it is used. For example, when used as an adverb, it can translate to “so” in English. However, it can also mean “yes” when used as an interjection.

  39. tylko
    [particle]
    (only)
  40. jeden
    [numeral]
    (one)
  41. inny
    [pronoun]
    (other)
  42. nasz
    [pronoun]
    (our)
  43. Polska
    [proper noun]
    (Poland)
  44. praca
    [noun]
    (work)

    The Polish word “praca” means “work”. It can refer to a specific job or employment opportunity, such as in the phrase “znaleźć dobrą pracę” (to find a good job). Another usage example is “praca naukowa” which refers to scientific work.

  45. dzień
    [noun]
    (day)
  46. my
    [pronoun]
    (we)
  47. też
    [particle]
    (too)
  48. pierwszy
    [adjective]
    (first)
  49. miejsce
    [noun]
    (place)
  50. jednak
    [conjunction]
    (however)
  51. przy
    [preposition]
    (at)
  52. także
    [particle]
    (also)
  53. siebie
    [pronoun]
    (myself)
  54. przed
    [preposition]
    (before)
  55. lub
    [conjunction]
    (or)
  56. bo
    [conjunction]
    (because)
  57. strona
    [noun]
    (page)

    The Polish word “strona” is a noun with multiple meanings depending on the context. One of the most common meanings of “strona” is “page,” as in a book or webpage page. However, this word can also mean “side,” as in the left or right side of something.

  58. sam
    [adjective]
    (alone)
  59. dziecko
    [noun]
    (child)
  60. dwa
    [numeral]
    (two)
  61. polski
    [adjective]
    (Polish)
  62. dobry
    [adjective]
    (good)
  63. można
    [verb]
  64. raz
    [noun]
    (once)
  65. pod
    [preposition]
    (under)
  66. wszystek
    [adjective]
  67. złoty
    [adjective]
    (gold)

    The Polish term “złoty” translates to “gold,” referring to the precious metal. Yet, what makes this word commonly used is that it serves as the name for Poland's official currency.

  68. wiele
    [numeral]
    (many)
  69. jaki
    [pronoun]
    (what)
  70. jeszcze
    [particle]
    (yet)
  71. człowiek
    [noun]
    (man)
  72. firma
    [noun]
    (company)
  73. również
    [particle]
    (also)
  74. by
    [conjunction]
  75. chcieć
    [verb]
    (to want)
  76. miasto
    [noun]
    (city)
  77. duży
    [adjective]
    (big)
  78. każdy
    [pronoun]
    (each)
  79. dom
    [noun]
    (house)
  80. cały
    [adjective]
    (whole)
  81. mówić
    [verb]
    (to speak)
  82. sprawa
    [noun]
    (case)

    The Polish word “sprawa” is versatile and can be translated to English as “matter,” “case,” or “issue.”

  83. musieć
    [verb]
    (must)
  84. wszystko
    [pronoun]
    (everything)
  85. kolejny
    [adjective]
    (next)
  86. nawet
    [particle]
    (even)
  87. przypadek
    [noun]
    (a case, an instance)

    Przypadek is a word that has different meanings depending on the context. It can mean “an instance”, but it can also translate to “an accident”.

  88. godzina
    [noun]
    (hour)
  89. jako
    [conjunction]
    (as)
  90. bez
    [preposition]
    (without)
  91. aby
    [conjunction]
    (to)
  92. kilka
    [numeral]
    (several)
  93. drugi
    [adjective]
    (the other)
  94. ulica
    [noun]
    (street)
  95. u
    [preposition]
    (at)
  96. gdy
    [conjunction]
    (when)
  97. informacja
    [noun]
    (information)
  98. tysiąc
    [noun]
    (thousand)
  99. mój
    [pronoun]
    (mine)
  100. życie
    [noun]
    (life)
  101. kraj
    [noun]
    (country)
  102. jeśli
    [conjunction]
    (if)
  103. dobrze
    [adverb]
    (well)
  104. gdzie
    [pronoun]
    (where)
  105. podczas
    [preposition]
    (during)
  106. teraz
    [adverb]
    (now)
  107. wiedzieć
    [verb]
    (to know)
  108. sytuacja
    [noun]
    (situation)
  109. ostatni
    [adjective]
    (last)
  110. ponad
    [preposition]
    (over)
  111. około
    [particle]
    (about)
  112. prawo
    [noun]
    (law)
  113. program
    [noun]
    (program)
  114. szkoła
    [noun]
    (school)

    Polish is a Slavic language, but it has also borrowed some words from Latin. One such example is the word “szkoła” which is derived from the Latin word “schola,” meaning “school.”

  115. powinien
    [verb]
    (should)
  116. milion
    [numeral]
    (million)
  117. kiedy
    [pronoun]
    (when)
  118. problem
    [noun]
    (problem)
  119. sposób
    [noun]
    (way)
  120. droga
    [noun]
    (road)
  121. wynik
    [noun]
    (result)
  122. stan
    [noun]
    (state)
  123. nad
    [preposition]
    (over)
  124. tam
    [pronoun]
    (there)
  125. pomoc
    [noun]
    (help)
  126. projekt
    [noun]
    (project)
  127. prezydent
    [noun]
    (president)
  128. prowadzić
    [verb]
    (to lead)
  129. szpital
    [noun]
    (hospital)
  130. świat
    [noun]
    (world)
  131. temat
    [noun]
    (topic)
  132. pan
    [noun]
    (gentleman)

    The Polish word pan is also the polite second-person masculine singular pronoun.

  133. część
    [noun]
    (part)
  134. grupa
    [noun]
    (group)
  135. niż
    [conjunction]
    (than)
  136. cel
    [noun]
    (goal, target)
  137. cena
    [noun]
    (price)
  138. zdrowie
    [noun]
    (health)
  139. koniec
    [noun]
    (end)
  140. trzy
    [numeral]
    (three)
  141. kobieta
    [noun]
    (woman)
  142. zmiana
    [noun]
    (change)
  143. powiedzieć
    [verb]
    (to say)
  144. trzeba
    [verb]
    (to need)
  145. dotyczyć
    [verb]
    (to concern)
  146. liczba
    [noun]
    (number)
  147. więc
    [conjunction]
    (therefore)
  148. procent
    [noun]
    (percent)
  149. Warszawa
    [proper noun]
    (Warsaw)

    The word “Warszawa” is often encountered in Polish articles because it refers to the capital city of Poland.

  150. system
    [noun]
    (system)
  151. sklep
    [noun]
    (shop)
  152. oferta
    [noun]
    (offer)
  153. należeć
    [verb]
    (to belong)
  154. ty
    [pronoun]
    (you)

    This word is the singular “you” pronoun in Polish. The Polish language also distinguishes between informal and formal pronouns, and this is an informal pronoun.

  155. pracownik
    [noun]
    (employee)

    The Polish word “Pracownik” (which translates to “employee”) is derived from the word “praca” which means “work”. For instance, one might use the term “pracownik biurowy” to refer to an office employee or “pracownik fabryki” to refer to a factory worker.

  156. czyli
    [conjunction]
    (i.e.)
  157. wielki
    [adjective]
    (great)
  158. państwo
    [noun]
    (state)
  159. gra
    [noun]
    (game)
  160. tydzień
    [noun]
    (week)
  161. dzięki
    [preposition]
  162. stać
    [verb]
  163. tu
    [pronoun]
    (here)
  164. ważny
    [adjective]
    (important)
  165. film
    [noun]
    (movie)

    The word “film” is frequently used in the Polish language, because cinema has an important place in Polish culture. For example, the Polish film director Krzysztof Kieślowski is known for his “Three Colors Trilogy”, a sequence of three movies with titles corresponding to the colors of the French flag: blue, white, and red. The Warsaw Film Festival provides another example of the important role of cinema in Polish culture.

  166. wysoki
    [adjective]
    (high)
  167. spotkanie
    [noun]
    (meeting)
  168. mieszkaniec
    [noun]
    (inhabitant)
  169. kto
    [pronoun]
    (who)
  170. możliwość
    [noun]
    (possibility)
  171. mecz
    [noun]
    (match)

    The Polish word “mecz” refers to a sporting event, and would be translated as “match” in English. This is a widely used term because football (soccer) is a very popular sport in Poland. The Polish football league, known as the Ekstraklasa, has a large following; as a result, the word “mecz” frequently appears in both sports news coverage and casual conversations.

  172. żeby
    [conjunction]
    (in order to)
  173. dane
    [noun]
    (data)
  174. rząd
    [noun]
    (row)
  175. znaleźć
    [verb]
    (to find)
  176. nic
    [pronoun]
    (nothing)
  177. produkt
    [noun]
    (product)
  178. teren
    [noun]
    (terrain)
  179. miesiąc
    [noun]
    (month)
  180. rodzina
    [noun]
    (family)
  181. województwo
    [noun]
    (province)

    “Województwo” is a common Polish word because it refers to the administrative regions of Poland, similar to provinces or states in other countries.

  182. samochód
    [noun]
    (car)
  183. mężczyzna
    [noun]
    (male)
  184. policja
    [noun]
    (police)
  185. zdjęcie
    [noun]
    (photograph)
  186. dlatego
    [pronoun]
    (therefore)
  187. uwaga
    [noun]
    (remark)
  188. decyzja
    [noun]
    (decision)
  189. więcej
    [adverb]
    (more)
  190. często
    [adverb]
    (often)
  191. punkt
    [noun]
    (point)
  192. zrobić
    [verb]
    (to do)
  193. związek
    [noun]
    (relationship)
  194. według
    [preposition]
    (according to)
  195. znajdować
    [verb]
    (to find)
  196. centrum
    [noun]
    (center)
  197. działanie
    [noun]
    (operation)
  198. udział
    [noun]
    (share)
  199. rynek
    [noun]
    (market)
  200. dziś
    [adverb]
    (today)
  201. klub
    [noun]
    (club)
  202. zespół
    [noun]
    (team)
  203. chodzić
    [verb]
    (to walk)
  204. numer
    [noun]
    (number)
  205. poinformować
    [verb]
    (to inform)
  206. robić
    [verb]
    (to do)
  207. badanie
    [noun]
    (examination)
  208. powód
    [noun]
    (reason)
  209. mały
    [adjective]
    (small)
  210. gmina
    [noun]
    (commune)

    “Gmina” is a commonly used Polish word because it refers to a basic administrative subdivision in Poland. Poland has three levels of administrative subdivisions. At the highest level, there are voivodeships (which are like provinces in some other countries). These large territorial units are divided into counties (powiat), and the latter are then further divided into gminas.

  211. wykonać
    [verb]
    (to perform)
  212. coś
    [pronoun]
    (something)
  213. działać
    [verb]
    (to work)
  214. odbyć
    [verb]
    (to take place)
  215. zawsze
    [adverb]
    (always)
  216. jakiś
    [pronoun]
    (some)
  217. wiek
    [noun]
    (age)
  218. zobaczyć
    [verb]
    (to see)
  219. właśnie
    [particle]
    (just)
  220. związać
    [verb]
    (to bind)
  221. mieszkanie
    [noun]
    (apartment)
  222. wybory
    [noun]
    (election)
  223. obecnie
    [adverb]
    (now)
  224. różny
    [adjective]
    (different)
  225. maj
    [noun]
    (May)
  226. początek
    [noun]
    (beginning)
  227. prosty
    [adjective]
    (simple)
  228. wtedy
    [adverb]
    (then)
  229. akcja
    [noun]
    (action)
  230. poziom
    [noun]
    (level)
  231. posiadać
    [verb]
    (to possess)
  232. wszyscy
    [pronoun]
    (all)
  233. między
    [preposition]
    (between)
  234. główny
    [adjective]
    (main)
  235. żaden
    [pronoun]
    (none)
  236. warto
    [verb]
    (it is worth)
  237. woda
    [noun]
    (water)
  238. klient
    [noun]
    (client)
  239. dużo
    [adverb]
    (a lot)
  240. pytanie
    [noun]
    (question)

    The word pytanie comes from the verb pytać which means “to ask”.

  241. wcześnie
    [adverb]
    (early)
  242. dodać
    [verb]
    (to add)
  243. albo
    [conjunction]
    (or)
  244. historia
    [noun]
    (history)
  245. okres
    [noun]
    (period)
  246. władza
    [noun]
    (power)
  247. test
    [noun]
    (test)
  248. przygotować
    [verb]
    (to prepare)
  249. europejski
    [adjective]
    (European)
  250. usługa
    [noun]
    (service)
  251. dać
    [verb]
    (to give)
  252. ktoś
    [pronoun]
    (somebody)
  253. pracować
    [verb]
    (to work)
  254. podać
    [verb]
  255. sezon
    [noun]
    (season)
  256. zasada
    [noun]
    (rule)
  257. własny
    [adjective]
    (own)
  258. mało
    [adverb]
    (little)
  259. Polak
    [proper noun]
  260. otrzymać
    [verb]
    (to receive)
  261. telefon
    [noun]
    (telephone)
  262. natomiast
    [conjunction]
    (whereas)
  263. stary
    [adjective]
    (old)
  264. metr
    [noun]
    (meter)
  265. policjant
    [noun]
    (police officer)
  266. pacjent
    [noun]
    (patient)
  267. sąd
    [noun]
    (court)
  268. chwila
    [noun]
    (moment)
  269. młody
    [adjective]
    (young)
  270. budowa
    [noun]
    (construction)
  271. rozwój
    [noun]
    (development)
  272. rzecz
    [noun]
    (thing)
  273. minuta
    [noun]
    (minute)
  274. sprzedaż
    [noun]
    (sale)
  275. internetowy
    [adjective]
  276. umowa
    [noun]
    (agreement)
  277. rada
    [noun]
    (council)
  278. zdanie
    [noun]
    (sentence)
  279. wniosek
    [noun]
    (application)
  280. lekarz
    [noun]
    (doctor)
  281. niektóry
    [adjective]
    (some)
  282. dojść
    [verb]
    (to arrive)
  283. pieniądz
    [noun]
    (money)
  284. budynek
    [noun]
    (building)
  285. szybko
    [adverb]
    (quickly)
  286. trwać
    [verb]
    (to last)
  287. rozpocząć
    [verb]
    (to begin)
  288. korzystać
    [verb]
    (to use)
  289. czerwiec
    [noun]
    (June)
  290. plan
    [noun]
    (plan)
  291. zacząć
    [verb]
    (to begin)
  292. ruch
    [noun]
    (movement)
  293. udać
    [verb]
    (to pretend)
  294. nikt
    [pronoun]
    (nobody)
  295. ile
    [pronoun]
    (how many)
  296. rozmowa
    [noun]
    (conversation)
  297. minister
    [noun]
    (minister)
  298. pojawić
    [verb]
    (to appear)
  299. walka
    [noun]
    (fight)
  300. brak
    [noun]
    (lack)
  301. społeczny
    [adjective]
    (social)
  302. powiat
    [noun]
    (county)
  303. niestety
    [adverb]
    (unfortunately)
  304. wśród
    [preposition]
    (among)
  305. wzgląd
    [noun]
    (consideration)
  306. pani
    [noun]
    (woman)

    The Polish word pani is also the feminine form of the polite second-person singular pronoun.

  307. temu
    [particle]
    (ago)
  308. poza
    [preposition]
    (beyond)
  309. publiczny
    [adjective]
    (public)
  310. środek
    [noun]
    (middle)
  311. czekać
    [verb]
    (to wait)
  312. kontakt
    [noun]
    (contact)
  313. może
    [particle]
    (maybe)
  314. chyba
    [particle]
    (maybe)
  315. późno
    [adverb]
    (late)
  316. zakup
    [noun]
    (purchase)
  317. forma
    [noun]
    (form)
  318. miejski
    [adjective]
    (urban)
  319. koszt
    [noun]
    (cost)
  320. organizacja
    [noun]
    (organization)
  321. spółka
    [noun]
    (company)
  322. sieć
    [noun]
    (net)
  323. prezes
    [noun]
    (president)
  324. Kraków
    [proper noun]
  325. urząd
    [noun]
    (office)
  326. ministerstwo
    [noun]
    (ministry)
  327. coraz
    [adverb]
    (more and more)
  328. marzec
    [noun]
    (March)
  329. jeżeli
    [conjunction]
    (if)
  330. Europa
    [proper noun]
    (Europe)
  331. zakres
    [noun]
    (range)
  332. [particle]
  333. grać
    [verb]
    (to play)
  334. Poznań
    [proper noun]

    This word is the name of a city in Poland.

  335. wynikać
    [verb]
    (to follow)
  336. konkurs
    [noun]
    (competition)
  337. wypadek
    [noun]
    (accident)
  338. ochrona
    [noun]
    (protection)
  339. większość
    [noun]
    (majority)
  340. serwis
    [noun]
    (service)
  341. inwestycja
    [noun]
    (investment)
  342. wprowadzić
    [verb]
    (to introduce)
  343. twój
    [pronoun]
    (yours)
  344. zgodnie
    [adverb]
    (accordingly)
  345. bank
    [noun]
    (bank)
  346. no
    [particle]
  347. ani
    [conjunction]
    (nor)
  348. kierowca
    [noun]
    (driver)
  349. typ
    [noun]
    (type)
  350. bezpieczeństwo
    [noun]
    (security)
  351. okazać
    [verb]
    (to show)
  352. książka
    [noun]
    (book)
  353. trafić
    [verb]
    (to hit)
  354. ustawa
    [noun]
    (law)
  355. media
    [noun]
    (media)
  356. granica
    [noun]
    (border)
  357. przepis
    [noun]
    (recipe)
  358. kilometr
    [noun]
    (kilometer)
  359. powstać
    [verb]
    (to arise)
  360. wyglądać
    [verb]
    (to look)
  361. znać
    [verb]
    (to know)
  362. oznaczać
    [verb]
    (to mean)
  363. moment
    [noun]
    (moment)
  364. zapraszać
    [verb]
    (to invite)
  365. słowo
    [noun]
    (word)
  366. cztery
    [numeral]
    (four)
  367. stosować
    [verb]
    (apply)
  368. potrzeba
    [noun]
    (need)
  369. wybrać
    [verb]
    (to choose)
  370. potem
    [adverb]
    (then)
  371. kwiecień
    [noun]
    (April)
  372. auto
    [noun]
    (car)
  373. tyle
    [pronoun]
    (so much)
  374. obecny
    [adjective]
    (present)
  375. mimo
    [preposition]
    (despite)
  376. podstawa
    [noun]
    (base)
  377. uczeń
    [noun]
    (student)
  378. informować
    [verb]
    (to inform)
  379. wrzesień
    [noun]
    (September)
  380. pewien
    [adjective]
    (sure)
  381. zarówno
    [conjunction]
  382. region
    [noun]
    (region)
  383. okazja
    [noun]
    (opportunity)
  384. dopiero
    [adverb]
    (only)
  385. premier
    [noun]
    (prime minister)
  386. służba
    [noun]
    (service)
  387. daleko
    [adverb]
    (far)
  388. termin
    [noun]
    (deadline)
  389. przekazać
    [verb]
    (to transmit)
  390. działalność
    [noun]
    (activity)
  391. sobota
    [noun]
    (Saturday)
  392. ciąg
    [noun]
    (a series)
  393. ciekawy
    [adjective]
    (interesting)
  394. komisja
    [noun]
    (committee)
  395. podobny
    [adjective]
    (similar)
  396. rodzic
    [noun]
    (parent)
  397. choć
    [conjunction]
    (though)
  398. bliski
    [adjective]
    (near)
  399. dawać
    [verb]
    (to give)
  400. napisać
    [verb]
    (to write)
  401. rozwiązanie
    [noun]
    (solution)
  402. poniedziałek
    [noun]
    (Monday)
  403. Andrzej
    [proper noun]
  404. ręka
    [noun]
    (hand)
  405. wydawać
    [verb]
    (to spend)
  406. zakończyć
    [verb]
    (to finish)
  407. materiał
    [noun]
    (material)
  408. kultura
    [noun]
    (culture)
  409. dyrektor
    [noun]
    (director)
  410. zatrzymać
    [verb]
    (to stop)
  411. oba
    [numeral]
    (both)
  412. stanowić
    [verb]
    (to constitute)
  413. podstawowy
    [adjective]
    (primary)
  414. opinia
    [noun]
    (opinion)
  415. odpowiedni
    [adjective]
    (suitable)
  416. pełny
    [adjective]
    (full)
  417. niedziela
    [noun]
    (Sunday)
  418. element
    [noun]
    (element)
  419. obiekt
    [noun]
    (object)
  420. proces
    [noun]
    (trial)
  421. pisać
    [verb]
    (to write)
  422. prawie
    [particle]
    (almost)
  423. wy
    [pronoun]
    (you)

    In Polish, the pronoun “wy” is used to address multiple people, such as a group of friends. It is equivalent to the English pronoun “you” in the plural form. On the other hand, the singular form of “you” in Polish is “ty”. It is important to note that the choice of pronouns reflects levels of formality in the Polish language. In formal situations, it is more appropriate to use the pronouns “Pan/Pani” (for singular) or “Państwo” (for plural).

  424. plik
    [noun]
    (file)
  425. oczywiście
    [adverb]
    (of course)
  426. wydać
    [verb]
    (to spend)
  427. piątek
    [noun]
    (Friday)
  428. wartość
    [noun]
    (value)
  429. artykuł
    [noun]
    (article)
  430. nauka
    [noun]
    (science)

    “Nauka” is a Polish word that means “science” or “learning”. This is a common word in the Polish language because Poland has a long history of scientific research. The country has produced several famous scientists including Nicolaus Copernicus, one of the founders of modern astronomy, whose house in the Polish city of Toruń is now a museum. There is also Marie Curie, who was born in Warsaw, Poland. She won two Nobel prizes, the first in physics and the second one in Chemistry. The latter was awarded in part for her discovery of polonium, a chemical element named after her homeland, Poland.

  431. dzisiaj
    [adverb]
    (today)
  432. zadanie
    [noun]
    (task)
  433. dodatkowy
    [adjective]
    (additional)
  434. lipiec
    [noun]
    (July)
  435. wymagać
    [verb]
    (to require)
  436. zawodnik
    [noun]
    (player)
  437. tutaj
    [pronoun]
    (here)
  438. forum
    [noun]
    (forum)
  439. dostępny
    [adjective]
    (available)
  440. sierpień
    [noun]
    (August)
  441. zmienić
    [verb]
    (to change)
  442. prosić
    [verb]
    (to ask for)
  443. jedynie
    [adverb]
    (only)
  444. istnieć
    [verb]
    (to exist)
  445. portal
    [noun]
    (portal)
  446. wobec
    [preposition]
    (against)
  447. dokument
    [noun]
    (document)
  448. nigdy
    [adverb]
    (never)
  449. produkcja
    [noun]
    (production)
  450. pojazd
    [noun]
    (vehicle)
  451. trzeci
    [numeral]
    (third)
  452. dlaczego
    [pronoun]
    (why)
  453. narodowy
    [adjective]
    (national)
  454. karta
    [noun]
    (card)
  455. realizacja
    [noun]
    (realization)
  456. zajmować
    [verb]
    (to occupy)
  457. siła
    [noun]
    (strength)
  458. szef
    [noun]
    (boss)
  459. wybór
    [noun]
    (choice)
  460. kościół
    [noun]
    (church)
  461. wersja
    [noun]
    (version)
  462. liga
    [noun]
    (league)
  463. specjalny
    [adjective]
    (special)
  464. pozwalać
    [verb]
    (to allow)
  465. szukać
    [verb]
    (to look for)
  466. oko
    [noun]
    (eye)
  467. wraz
    [adverb]
    (together)
  468. lista
    [noun]
    (list)
  469. rodzaj
    [noun]
    (kind)
  470. przyjąć
    [verb]
    (to accept)
  471. głos
    [noun]
    (voice)
  472. wzrost
    [noun]
    (increase)
  473. wsparcie
    [noun]
    (support)
  474. uważać
    [verb]
    (to be careful)
  475. czwartek
    [noun]
    (Thursday)
  476. ponieważ
    [conjunction]
    (because)
  477. kierunek
    [noun]
    (direction)
  478. szansa
    [noun]
    (chance)
  479. klasa
    [noun]
    (class)
  480. widzieć
    [verb]
    (to see)
  481. przeprowadzić
    [verb]
    (to carry out)
  482. wydarzenie
    [noun]
    (event)
  483. wykonywać
    [verb]
    (to perform)
  484. potwierdzić
    [verb]
    (to confirm)
  485. śmierć
    [noun]
    (death)
  486. sprzęt
    [noun]
    (equipment)
  487. czytać
    [verb]
    (to read)
  488. nadal
    [adverb]
    (still)
  489. trudny
    [adjective]
    (difficult)
  490. wykorzystać
    [verb]
    (to take advantage of)
  491. odpowiedź
    [noun]
    (answer)
  492. pora
    [noun]
    (time)
  493. złożyć
    [verb]
    (to fold)
  494. używać
    [verb]
    (to use)
  495. przykład
    [noun]
    (example)
  496. model
    [noun]
    (model)
  497. jakość
    [noun]
    (quality)
  498. tworzyć
    [verb]
    (to create)
  499. możliwy
    [adjective]
    (possible)
  500. okolica
    [noun]
    (surroundings)
  501. święty
    [adjective]
    (holy)
  502. impreza
    [noun]
    (party)

    The Polish words “impreza” and “partia” both translate to “party” in English, but they have different meanings. In Polish, “impreza” means “party,” as in a social gathering or celebration. On the other hand, the word “partia” means “party” in the political sense.

  503. kolej
    [noun]
    (railway)

    “Kolej” is the Polish word for “railway”; it is a frequently used term because Poland has an extensive railway network, that connects many cities within the country, and also provides connections to neighboring countries including Germany, the Czech Republic, and even Lithuania.

  504. stwierdzić
    [verb]
  505. uczestnik
    [noun]
    (participant)
  506. uzyskać
    [verb]
  507. język
    [noun]
    (language)
  508. stanowisko
    [noun]
    (position)
  509. oddział
    [noun]
    (branch)

    “Oddział” is a Polish word that refers to a unit within an organization. In addition, the word can also be used to refer to a branch of a large company.

  510. wtorek
    [noun]
    (Tuesday)
  511. podjąć
    [verb]
    (to undertake)
  512. efekt
    [noun]
    (effect)
  513. pomóc
    [verb]
    (to help)
  514. pamiętać
    [verb]
    (to remember)
  515. wyborczy
    [adjective]
    (electoral)
  516. sztuka
    [noun]
    (art)
  517. rola
    [noun]
    (role)
  518. kolor
    [noun]
    (color)
  519. znany
    [adjective]
    (known)
  520. właściciel
    [noun]
    (owner)
  521. współpraca
    [noun]
    (cooperation)
  522. liczyć
    [verb]
    (to count)
  523. urządzenie
    [noun]
    (device)
  524. pewno
    [adverb]
    (certainly)
  525. kontrola
    [noun]
    (control)
  526. kwestia
    [noun]
    (matter)
  527. środa
    [noun]
    (Wednesday)
  528. połowa
    [noun]
    (half)
  529. polityka
    [noun]
    (politics)
  530. zapewniać
    [verb]
    (to ensure)
  531. wziąć
    [verb]
    (to take)
  532. planować
    [verb]
    (to plan)
  533. biuro
    [noun]
    (office)

    The Polish word “biuro” comes from the French word “bureau” which features among the most frequently used French words.

  534. jedyny
    [adjective]
    (only)
  535. członek
    [noun]
    (member)
  536. producent
    [noun]
    (producer)
  537. blisko
    [adverb]
    (closely)
  538. wyjść
    [verb]
    (to exit)
  539. sprawdzić
    [verb]
    (to check)
  540. wysokość
    [noun]
    (height)
  541. wojna
    [noun]
    (war)
  542. adres
    [noun]
    (address)
  543. dodawać
    [verb]
    (to add)
  544. placówka
    [noun]
    (institution)
  545. kwota
    [noun]
    (amount)
  546. wspólny
    [adjective]
    (joint)
  547. wrócić
    [verb]
    (to come back)
  548. kandydat
    [noun]
    (candidate)
  549. fakt
    [noun]
    (fact)
  550. szczególnie
    [adverb]
    (especially)
  551. jednocześnie
    [adverb]
    (simultaneously)
  552. ośrodek
    [noun]
    (center)
  553. kupić
    [verb]
    (to buy)
  554. sportowy
    [adjective]
    (sporting)
  555. wiadomo
    [verb]
    (it is known)
  556. wolny
    [adjective]
    (free)

    The Polish adjectives “wolny” and “bezpłatny” can both be translated to English as “free”, but they have different meanings. The first one, “wolny” means “free” in the sense of freedom or being “not occupied.” In contrast, the second one, “bezpłatny” means “free” in the sense of “without cost.”

  557. trener
    [noun]
    (trainer)
  558. Jan
    [proper noun]
  559. wynosić
    [verb]
    (take out)
  560. nazwa
    [noun]
    (name)
  561. ogromny
    [adjective]
    (huge)
  562. dostać
    [verb]
    (to get)
  563. zawierać
    [verb]
    (to include)
  564. postać
    [noun]
    (figure)
  565. konferencja
    [noun]
    (conference)
  566. naprawdę
    [particle]
    (really)
  567. muzyka
    [noun]
    (music)
  568. trasa
    [noun]
    (route)
  569. linia
    [noun]
    (line)
  570. odbywać
    [verb]
    (to take place)
  571. pies
    [noun]
    (dog)
  572. składać
    [verb]
  573. agencja
    [noun]
    (agency)
  574. Duda
    [proper noun]
  575. głowa
    [noun]
    (head)
  576. dodatkowo
    [adverb]
    (additionally)
  577. pomysł
    [noun]
    (idea)
  578. wpływ
    [noun]
    (influence)
  579. euro
    [noun]
    (euro)
  580. długi
    [adjective]
    (long)
  581. oferować
    [verb]
    (to offer)
  582. ciało
    [noun]
    (body)
  583. przebywać
    [verb]
    (to stay)
  584. noc
    [noun]
    (night)
  585. piękny
    [adjective]
    (beautiful)
  586. jazda
    [noun]
    (driving)
  587. konto
    [noun]
    (account)
  588. stopień
    [noun]
    (step)
  589. niemiecki
    [adjective]
    (German)
  590. myśleć
    [verb]
    (to think)
  591. wciąż
    [adverb]
    (still)
  592. ilość
    [noun]
    (quantity)
  593. darmowy
    [adjective]
    (free)
  594. zapewnić
    [verb]
    (to provide)
  595. trakt
    [noun]
    (road)
  596. wszelki
    [adjective]
    (any)
  597. nadzieja
    [noun]
    (hope)
  598. przyznać
    [verb]
    (to admit)
  599. użytkownik
    [noun]
    (user)
  600. profesor
    [noun]
    (professor)
  601. nauczyciel
    [noun]
    (teacher)
  602. prawda
    [noun]
    (truth)
  603. krajowy
    [adjective]
    (domestic)
  604. kategoria
    [noun]
    (category)
  605. kierować
    [verb]
    (to direct)
  606. powierzchnia
    [noun]
    (surface)
  607. brać
    [verb]
    (to take)
  608. obowiązek
    [noun]
    (duty)
  609. potrzebny
    [adjective]
    (necessary)
  610. etap
    [noun]
    (stage)
  611. podkreślać
    [verb]
    (to underline)
  612. wiedza
    [noun]
    (knowledge)
  613. zdarzenie
    [noun]
    (event)
  614. tekst
    [noun]
    (text)
  615. wejść
    [verb]
    (to enter)
  616. otworzyć
    [verb]
    (to open)
  617. gdyby
    [conjunction]
    (if)
  618. wskazywać
    [verb]
    (to indicate)
  619. potrafić
    [verb]
    (can)
  620. iść
    [verb]
    (to go)
  621. Lublin
    [proper noun]

    Lublin is the name of a city in southwestern Poland.

  622. zakład
    [noun]
    (plant)
  623. przedstawiciel
    [noun]
    (representative)
  624. gotowy
    [adjective]
    (ready)
  625. autor
    [noun]
    (author)
  626. Paweł
    [proper noun]
    (Paul)

    Paweł is a Polish male name that corresponds to the English name Paul. Both originate from the Latin word “paulus” meaning “small”.

  627. unia
    [noun]
    (union)
  628. podawać
    [verb]
    (to serve)
  629. kara
    [noun]
    (penalty)
  630. trudno
    [adverb]
    (with difficulty)
  631. funkcja
    [noun]
    (function)
  632. stacja
    [noun]
    (station)
  633. poprzez
    [preposition]
    (through)
  634. gospodarka
    [noun]
    (economy)
  635. obsługa
    [noun]
    (service)
  636. miliard
    [numeral]
    (billion)
  637. zbyt
    [adverb]
    (too)
  638. bowiem
    [conjunction]
    (for)
  639. pozwolić
    [verb]
    (to allow)
  640. góra
    [noun]
    (mountain)

    “Góra” is a common Polish word because it means “mountain”, and there are several mountain ranges in Poland, such as the Tatra Mountains and Carpathians. The term “góra” can also mean “top,” as in the phrase “góra strony” which means “top of the page”.

  641. zdecydować
    [verb]
    (to decide)
  642. Gdańsk
    [proper noun]
    (Gdańsk)
  643. opieka
    [noun]
    (care)
  644. ofiara
    [noun]
    (victim)
  645. zaczynać
    [verb]
    (to begin)
  646. prasowy
    [adjective]
    (press)
  647. sport
    [noun]
    (sport)
  648. styczeń
    [noun]
    (January)
  649. pięć
    [numeral]
    (five)
  650. pokój
    [noun]
    (room)
  651. fundusz
    [noun]
    (fund)
  652. zmieniać
    [verb]
    (to change)
  653. biały
    [adjective]
    (white)
  654. metoda
    [noun]
    (method)
  655. serce
    [noun]
    (heart)
  656. państwowy
    [adjective]
    (state)
  657. partia
    [noun]
    (batch)

    The Polish word “partia” has multiple meanings. In a political context, “partia” refers to a political organization. In a manufacturing context, the word “partia” refers to a batch of products produced simultaneously with the same characteristics.

  658. daleki
    [adjective]
    (distant)
  659. Piotr
    [proper noun]
    (Peter)
  660. matka
    [noun]
    (mother)
  661. tytuł
    [noun]
    (title)
  662. polityczny
    [adjective]
    (political)
  663. wystarczyć
    [verb]
    (to suffice)
  664. długo
    [adverb]
    (long)
  665. środowisko
    [noun]
    (environment)
  666. następnie
    [adverb]
    (then)
  667. nagroda
    [noun]
    (prize)
  668. grudzień
    [noun]
    (December)
  669. żyć
    [verb]
    (to live)
  670. podkreślić
    [verb]
    (to underline)
  671. gość
    [noun]
    (guest)
  672. październik
    [noun]
    (October)
  673. prywatny
    [adjective]
    (private)
  674. Łódź
    [proper noun]

    The term “Łódź” often appears in Polish texts because it is the name of a major city in central Poland. The word “łódź” in Polish means “boat,” but this city is not situated on the coast.

  675. zagrożenie
    [noun]
    (danger)
  676. prawdziwy
    [adjective]
    (real, true)
  677. wówczas
    [pronoun]
    (then)
  678. pojawiać
    [verb]
    (to appear)
  679. energia
    [noun]
    (energy)
  680. przecież
    [particle]
    (but)
  681. poprzedni
    [adjective]
    (previous)
  682. Niemcy
    [proper noun]
    (Germany)

    The term “Niemcy” often appears in Polish language texts because it is the Polish word for Germany. Germany is one of Poland’s neighbors and is a major trading partner and political ally.

  683. realizować
    [verb]
    (to achieve)
  684. rzecznik
    [noun]
    (spokesman)
  685. drużyna
    [noun]
    (team)
  686. marka
    [noun]
    (brand)
  687. przeznaczyć
    [verb]
    (to allocate)
  688. międzynarodowy
    [adjective]
    (international)
  689. zdobyć
    [verb]
    (to win)
  690. podobnie
    [adverb]
    (similarly)
  691. powrót
    [noun]
    (return)
  692. amerykański
    [adjective]
    (American)
  693. lokalny
    [adjective]
    (local)
  694. ponadto
    [particle]
    (moreover)
  695. miejscowość
    [noun]
    (locality)
  696. doświadczenie
    [noun]
    (experience)
  697. domowy
    [adjective]
    (home)
  698. ocena
    [noun]
    (evaluation)
  699. widać
    [verb]
    (can be seen)
  700. dany
    [adjective]
    (given)
  701. zachować
    [verb]
    (to keep)
  702. wykorzystywać
    [verb]
    (to use)
  703. hotel
    [noun]
    (hotel)
  704. trochę
    [adverb]
    (a little)
  705. zwierzę
    [noun]
    (animal)
  706. znacznie
    [adverb]
    (considerably)
  707. obowiązywać
    [verb]
    (to apply)
  708. obszar
    [noun]
    (area)
  709. zabawa
    [noun]
    (fun)
  710. stworzyć
    [verb]
    (to create)
  711. zamknąć
    [verb]
    (to close)
  712. raczej
    [particle]
    (rather)
  713. odcinek
    [noun]
    (section)
  714. ustalić
    [verb]
    (to determine)
  715. rano
    [adverb]
    (in the morning)
  716. wiadomość
    [noun]
    (message)
  717. relacja
    [noun]
    (relation)
  718. Wrocław
    [proper noun]

    The term “Wrocław” frequently appears in Polish texts because it is the name of a major city in western Poland.

  719. galeria
    [noun]
    (gallery)
  720. pobrać
    [verb]
    (to download)
  721. obraz
    [noun]
    (picture)
  722. komunikat
    [noun]
    (communiqué)
  723. listopad
    [noun]
    (November)
  724. skóra
    [noun]
    (skin)
  725. przejść
    [verb]
    (to pass, to cross)
  726. nowoczesny
    [adjective]
    (modern)
  727. park
    [noun]
    (park)
  728. czerwony
    [adjective]
    (red)
  729. warunek
    [noun]
    (condition)
  730. znaczenie
    [noun]
    (meaning)
  731. równie
    [adverb]
    (equally)
  732. letni
    [adjective]
    (summer)

    “Letni” is a Polish adjective that has multiple meanings. It can mean “lukewarm”, referring to something that is slightly warm. It can also mean “summer” (as an adjective) to describe things related to that season, such as a summer holiday.

  733. pozycja
    [noun]
    (position)
  734. niski
    [adjective]
    (short)
  735. drzwi
    [noun]
    (door)
  736. las
    [noun]
    (forest)

    “Las” is a Polish word that means “forest”. It is a widely used term because there are many large forests in Poland. For example, the Białowieża Forest in Poland is a UNESCO World Heritage site. There is also the Kampinos forest, located west of Warsaw (the Polish capital), which is protected as a national park.

  737. Rosja
    [proper noun]
    (Russia)
  738. krok
    [noun]
    (step)
  739. były
    [adjective]
    (former)
  740. wieczór
    [noun]
    (evening)
  741. prawny
    [adjective]
    (legal)
  742. funkcjonariusz
    [noun]
    (officer)
  743. koncert
    [noun]
    (concert)

    The Polish word “koncert” originates from the Italian word “concerto” which is also the origin of the English word “concert”. Interesting fact: the famous pianist and composer Frederic Chopin was born in Poland. He later moved to Paris at the age of 21.

  744. zwrócić
    [verb]
    (to return)
  745. zarząd
    [noun]
    (administration)
  746. potrzebować
    [verb]
    (to need)
  747. spowodować
    [verb]
    (to cause)
  748. sukces
    [noun]
    (success)
  749. propozycja
    [noun]
    (proposition)
  750. znak
    [noun]
    (mark)
  751. zawodowy
    [adjective]
    (professional)
  752. cieszyć
    [verb]
    (to enjoy)
  753. przedstawić
    [verb]
    (to introduce)
  754. prawdopodobnie
    [adverb]
    (probably)
  755. kurs
    [noun]
    (course)
  756. online
    [adverb]
    (online)
  757. wygrać
    [verb]
    (to win)
  758. oprócz
    [preposition]
    (except)
  759. zakaz
    [noun]
    (prohibition)
  760. zorganizować
    [verb]
    (to organize)
  761. wojewódzki
    [adjective]
  762. przyczyna
    [noun]
    (cause)
  763. branża
    [noun]
    (industry)
  764. organizować
    [verb]
    (to organize)
  765. pomagać
    [verb]
    (to help)
  766. charakter
    [noun]
    (nature)
  767. skutek
    [noun]
    (effect)
  768. środki
    [noun]
    (measures)
  769. suma
    [noun]
    (union)
  770. podpisać
    [verb]
    (to sign)
  771. ojciec
    [noun]
    (father)
  772. nieco
    [adverb]
    (a little)
  773. raport
    [noun]
    (report)
  774. uznać
    [verb]
    (to acknowledge)
  775. Bóg
    [proper noun]
    (God)
  776. funkcjonować
    [verb]
    (to function)
  777. czarny
    [adjective]
    (black)
  778. pozostały
    [adjective]
    (remaining)
  779. odpowiadać
    [verb]
    (to reply)
  780. czuć
    [verb]
    (to feel)
  781. budżet
    [noun]
    (budget)
  782. opis
    [noun]
    (description)
  783. twierdzić
    [verb]
    (to claim)
  784. studia
    [noun]
    (studies)
  785. komputer
    [noun]
    (computer)
  786. Krzysztof
    [proper noun]
    (Christopher)
  787. ograniczyć
    [verb]
    (to limit)
  788. aplikacja
    [noun]
    (application)
  789. przypominać
    [verb]
    (to remind)
  790. zająć
    [verb]
    (to occupy)
  791. lecz
    [conjunction]
    (but)
  792. luty
    [noun]
    (February)
  793. zajęcie
    [noun]
    (occupation)
  794. razem
    [adverb]
    (together)
  795. twarz
    [noun]
    (face)
  796. instytucja
    [noun]
    (institution)
  797. popularny
    [adjective]
    (popular)
  798. turystyczny
    [adjective]
    (tourist)
  799. dość
    [adverb]
    (enough)
  800. kredyt
    [noun]
    (credit)
  801. głównie
    [adverb]
    (mostly)
  802. mieszkać
    [verb]
    (to live)
  803. zielony
    [adjective]
    (green)
  804. osobowy
    [adjective]
    (personal)

    The Polish adjective “osobowy” is derived from the noun “osoba,” which means “person”. In Polish, the suffix “-owy” is used to create adjectives from nouns.

  805. drogowy
    [adjective]
    (road)
  806. naturalny
    [adjective]
    (natural)

    The Polish language belongs to the Slavic language family and does not originate from Latin. However, several Polish vocabulary words have been borrowed from Latin, and “naturalny” is one example. This word is derived from the Latin word “naturalis”, which means “pertaining to nature”.

  807. [conjunction]
    (that)
  808. transport
    [noun]
    (transport)
  809. wakacje
    [noun]
    (holidays)
  810. strefa
    [noun]
    (zone)
  811. jednostka
    [noun]
    (unit)
  812. sala
    [noun]
    (hall)
  813. egzamin
    [noun]
    (exam)
  814. wskazać
    [verb]
    (to indicate)
  815. pewnie
    [adverb]
    (certainly)
  816. spotkać
    [verb]
    (to meet)
  817. występować
    [verb]
    (to occur)
  818. temperatura
    [noun]
    (temperature)
  819. mniej
    [adverb]
    (less)
  820. kolejka
    [noun]
    (queue)
  821. kuchnia
    [noun]
    (kitchen)
  822. bilet
    [noun]
    (ticket)
  823. źródło
    [noun]
    (source)
  824. komentarz
    [noun]
    (comment)
  825. przeciwko
    [preposition]
    (against)
  826. obywatel
    [noun]
    (citizen)
  827. centymetr
    [noun]
    (centimeter)
  828. seria
    [noun]
    (series)
  829. styl
    [noun]
    (style)
  830. powietrze
    [noun]
    (air)
  831. student
    [noun]
    (student)
  832. wizyta
    [noun]
    (visit)
  833. szybki
    [adjective]
    (fast)
  834. szkolny
    [adjective]
    (school)

    The adjective “Szkolny” is frequently used in Polish to describe school-related things. It is derived from the noun “szkoła”, which means “school”. In Polish, the suffix “-ny” is often added to nouns to form adjectives.

  835. okno
    [noun]
    (window)

    The Polish word “okno” (which means “window”) is frequently used because, in addition to its literal meaning, it is also used metaphorically to refer to an opportunity, as seen in the phrase “okno możliwości” meaning “a window of opportunity”.

  836. skorzystać
    [verb]
    (to use)
  837. dodatek
    [noun]
    (addition)
  838. pokazywać
    [verb]
    (to show)
  839. dziennikarz
    [noun]
    (journalist)
  840. dziać
    [verb]
    (to knit)

    The Polish verb “dziać” can have different meanings depending on its form. When used in its reflexive form, “dziać się,” it means “to happen”. On the other hand, in its non-reflexive form, this verb means “to knit”. Naturally, the reflexive form of this verb is the most frequently used.

  841. utrzymać
    [verb]
    (to maintain)
  842. szkolenie
    [noun]
    (training)
  843. niemal
    [particle]
    (almost)
  844. krew
    [noun]
    (blood)
  845. inaczej
    [adverb]
    (otherwise)
  846. dostęp
    [noun]
    (access)
  847. warszawski
    [adjective]
  848. płyta
    [noun]
    (plate)
  849. zagraniczny
    [adjective]
    (foreign)

    The Polish adjective “zagraniczny” (which means “foreign”) is derived from the word “granica” (which means “border”).

  850. pokazać
    [verb]
    (to show)
  851. radny
    [noun]
    (councilman)
  852. baza
    [noun]
    (base)
  853. edukacja
    [noun]
    (education)
  854. pochodzić
    [verb]
    (to originate)
  855. zamiast
    [preposition]
    (instead of)
  856. budowlany
    [adjective]
    (construction)
  857. bezpieczny
    [adjective]
    (safe)
  858. tłumaczyć
    [verb]
    (to translate)
  859. witać
    [verb]
    (to welcome)
  860. wystąpić
    [verb]
    (to occur)
  861. obrona
    [noun]
    (defence)
  862. próbować
    [verb]
    (to try)
  863. przedsiębiorca
    [noun]
    (entrepreneur)
  864. mocno
    [adverb]
    (strongly)
  865. ostatnio
    [adverb]
    (recently)
  866. moc
    [noun]
    (power)
  867. próba
    [noun]
    (trial)
  868. ogłosić
    [verb]
    (to announce)
  869. obok
    [preposition]
    (next to)
  870. wolność
    [noun]
    (freedom)
  871. pozytywny
    [adjective]
    (positive)
  872. rodzinny
    [adjective]
    (family)
  873. walczyć
    [verb]
    (to fight)
  874. niech
    [particle]
    (let)
  875. przyszłość
    [noun]
    (the future)
  876. działka
    [noun]
    (plot)

    In Polish, the term “działka” refers to “a plot,” specifically in the context of land designated for construction or agriculture.

  877. polecać
    [verb]
    (to recommend)
  878. poseł
    [noun]
    (Member of Parliament)

    The term “poseł” refers to a member of the lower house of the Polish Parliament, known as the Sejm. It's a word often found in news articles discussing Polish politics.

  879. przyszły
    [adjective]
    (future)
  880. piosenka
    [noun]
    (song)
  881. sędzia
    [noun]
    (judge)
  882. objąć
    [verb]
    (to embrace)
  883. prezydencki
    [adjective]
    (presidential)
  884. zły
    [adjective]
    (bad)
  885. weekend
    [noun]
    (weekend)
  886. podatek
    [noun]
    (tax)
  887. muzeum
    [noun]
    (museum)
  888. najpierw
    [adverb]
    (first)
  889. uniwersytet
    [noun]
    (university)
  890. drzewo
    [noun]
    (tree)
  891. ryzyko
    [noun]
    (risk)
  892. lubić
    [verb]
    (to like)
  893. ubiegły
    [adjective]
    (last)
  894. edycja
    [noun]
    (edition)
  895. ziemia
    [noun]
    (earth)
  896. biznes
    [noun]
    (business)
  897. oddać
    [verb]
    (to give back)
  898. wynieść
    [verb]
    (take out)
  899. przedmiot
    [noun]
    (subject)
  900. skład
    [noun]
    (composition)
  901. pole
    [noun]
    (field)
  902. skierować
    [verb]
    (to direct)
  903. określić
    [verb]
    (to determine)
  904. średni
    [adjective]
    (medium)
  905. imię
    [noun]
    (first name)
  906. doktor
    [noun]
    (doctor)
  907. oryginalny
    [adjective]
    (original)
  908. układ
    [noun]
    (arrangement)
  909. samorząd
    [noun]
    (self-government)
  910. angielski
    [adjective]
    (English)
  911. lek
    [noun]
    (medicine)
  912. poznać
    [verb]
    (to meet)
  913. przypomnieć
    [verb]
  914. przestrzeń
    [noun]
    (space)
  915. ekspert
    [noun]
    (expert)
  916. wracać
    [verb]
    (to come back)
  917. doba
    [noun]
    (day)
  918. Tomasz
    [proper noun]
    (Thomas)
  919. nieruchomość
    [noun]
    (real estate)
  920. techniczny
    [adjective]
    (technical)
  921. wspierać
    [verb]
    (to support)
  922. piłka
    [noun]
    (ball)
  923. Katowice
    [proper noun]

    Katowice is the name of a city in southern Poland.

  924. krótki
    [adjective]
    (short)
  925. koło
    [noun]
    (circle)
  926. pozostawać
    [verb]
    (to remain)
  927. plac
    [noun]
    (square)
  928. zachowanie
    [noun]
    (behavior)
  929. stracić
    [verb]
    (to lose)
  930. pozostać
    [verb]
    (remain)
  931. Rzeszów
    [proper noun]
  932. zaś
    [conjunction]
    (while)
  933. starać
    [verb]
    (to try)
  934. zwłaszcza
    [adverb]
    (especially)
  935. zarzut
    [noun]
    (accusation)
  936. zatem
    [conjunction]
    (therefore)
  937. bramka
    [noun]
    (goal)

    The Polish words “bramka” and “cel” can both be translated into English as “goal”, yet their meanings differ. The word “bramka” refers to a “goal” in the context of sports, especially in soccer. In contrast, “cel” refers to a “goal” in the sense of an objective to be achieved.

  938. ogół
    [noun]
  939. zestaw
    [noun]
    (set)
  940. trening
    [noun]
    (training)
  941. ksiądz
    [noun]
    (priest)
  942. rosyjski
    [adjective]
    (Russian)
  943. brakować
    [verb]
  944. przyjść
    [verb]
    (to come)
  945. syn
    [noun]
    (son)
  946. gazeta
    [noun]
    (newspaper)

    In Poland, “gazeta” is a commonly used term for a newspaper. The country has several well-known newspapers that use this term in their titles (for example, Gazeta Wyborcza and Gazeta Polska). The word “gazeta” originates from the French language, specifically from the word “gazette.”

  947. komunikacja
    [noun]
    (communication)
  948. poniżej
    [adverb]
    (below)
  949. protest
    [noun]
    (protest)
  950. zależeć
    [verb]
    (to depend)
  951. sanitarny
    [adjective]
    (sanitary)
  952. wzrosnąć
    [verb]
    (to increase)
  953. treść
    [noun]
    (content)
  954. zagrać
    [verb]
    (to play)
  955. wyjazd
    [noun]
    (departure)
  956. istotny
    [adjective]
    (significant)
  957. szczęście
    [noun]
    (happiness)
  958. organizm
    [noun]
    (organism)
  959. piłkarz
    [noun]
    (footballer)
  960. kampania
    [noun]
    (campaign)
  961. silnik
    [noun]
    (engine)
  962. obecność
    [noun]
    (presence)
  963. karny
    [adjective]
    (punitive)
  964. wewnętrzny
    [adjective]
    (internal)
  965. żona
    [noun]
    (wife)
  966. zwiększyć
    [verb]
    (to increase)

    The Polish verb “zwiększyć” means “to increase”. One of the factors that makes Polish a challenging language for English speakers to learn is the presence of consonant clusters, like the one in this word.

  967. analiza
    [noun]
    (analysis)
  968. restauracja
    [noun]
    (restaurant)
  969. miłość
    [noun]
    (love)
  970. dokładnie
    [adverb]
    (exactly)
  971. data
    [noun]
    (date)
  972. list
    [noun]
    (letter)

    In the Polish language, the word “list” means “letter,” in the sense of a written message exchanged between individuals. Language learners should recognize that this word is a “false friend,” as it resembles the English word “list.” Despite the similarity, these terms have entirely different meanings in their respective languages.

  973. salon
    [noun]
    (living room)
  974. opłata
    [noun]
    (fee)
  975. dawny
    [adjective]
    (former)
  976. oficjalny
    [adjective]
    (official)
  977. mail
    [noun]
  978. Adam
    [proper noun]
  979. światowy
    [adjective]
    (global)
  980. dokonać
    [verb]
  981. wchodzić
    [verb]
    (to enter)
  982. kibic
    [noun]
  983. opowiadać
    [verb]
    (to tell)
  984. wyłącznie
    [adverb]
    (only)
  985. kryzys
    [noun]
    (crisis)
  986. postępowanie
    [noun]
    (procedure)
  987. zwracać
    [verb]
    (to return)
  988. naukowy
    [adjective]
    (scientific)
  989. zastosować
    [verb]
    (to apply)
  990. zdrowy
    [adjective]
    (healthy)
  991. Białystok
    [proper noun]
  992. pomiędzy
    [preposition]
    (between)
  993. dziewczyna
    [noun]
    (girlfriend)
  994. platforma
    [noun]
    (platform)
  995. silny
    [adjective]
    (strong)
  996. prezentować
    [verb]
    (to present)
  997. opublikować
    [verb]
    (to publish)
  998. poważny
    [adjective]
    (serious)
  999. sprzedać
    [verb]
    (to sell)
  1000. niezbędny
    [adjective]
    (essential)
  1001. fundacja
    [noun]
    (foundation)
  1002. remont
    [noun]
    (renovation)
  1003. stawać
    [verb]
    (to stop)
  1004. indywidualny
    [adjective]
    (individual)
  1005. teatr
    [noun]
    (theatre)
  1006. przerwa
    [noun]
    (break)
  1007. lokal
    [noun]
  1008. radio
    [noun]
    (radio)
  1009. alkohol
    [noun]
    (alcohol)
  1010. powiatowy
    [adjective]
  1011. promocja
    [noun]
    (promotion)
  1012. zgłosić
    [verb]
    (to report)
  1013. polityk
    [noun]
    (politician)
  1014. wzór
    [noun]
    (formula)
  1015. zamówienie
    [noun]
    (order)
  1016. straż
    [noun]
    (guard)
  1017. mapa
    [noun]
    (map)
  1018. odnotować
    [verb]
    (to note)
  1019. poszukiwać
    [verb]
    (to look for)
  1020. elektryczny
    [adjective]
    (electric)
  1021. konkretny
    [adjective]
    (concrete)
  1022. kolega
    [noun]
    (colleague)
  1023. rozumieć
    [verb]
    (to understand)
  1024. stały
    [adjective]
    (permanent)
  1025. instytut
    [noun]
    (institute)
  1026. lider
    [noun]
    (leader)
  1027. pytać
    [verb]
    (to ask)
  1028. darmo
    [adverb]
    (free)
  1029. wyjątkowy
    [adjective]
    (unique)
  1030. kino
    [noun]
    (cinema)

    The Polish word kino comes from the German word Kino. (see here for a list of common German words)

  1031. zakładać
    [verb]
    (assume)
  1032. reklama
    [noun]
    (advertising)
  1033. samolot
    [noun]
    (plane)
  1034. polegać
    [verb]
    (to rely)
  1035. elektroniczny
    [adjective]
    (electronic)
  1036. umożliwiać
    [verb]
    (to enable)
  1037. obejmować
    [verb]
    (to include)
  1038. Szczecin
    [proper noun]
  1039. wymiana
    [noun]
    (exchange)
  1040. praktyka
    [noun]
    (practice)
  1041. gwiazda
    [noun]
    (star)
  1042. leczenie
    [noun]
    (treatment)
  1043. Jarosław
    [proper noun]
  1044. pewność
    [noun]
    (certainty)
  1045. ściana
    [noun]
    (wall)
  1046. użyć
    [verb]
    (to use)
  1047. autobus
    [noun]
    (bus)
  1048. wydział
    [noun]
    (faculty)
  1049. rower
    [noun]
    (bicycle)
  1050. kilkanaście
    [numeral]
  1051. pakiet
    [noun]
  1052. ciąża
    [noun]
    (pregnancy)
  1053. znajomy
    [noun]
    (acquaintance)
  1054. Robert
    [proper noun]
  1055. stolica
    [noun]
    (capital)
  1056. porozumienie
    [noun]
    (agreement)
  1057. powodować
    [verb]
    (to cause)
  1058. zgoda
    [noun]
    (consent)
  1059. wychodzić
    [verb]
    (to go out)
  1060. Mateusz
    [proper noun]
    (Matthew)
  1061. Marek
    [proper noun]
    (Mark)
  1062. zwykle
    [adverb]
    (usually)
  1063. resort
    [noun]
  1064. przedsiębiorstwo
    [noun]
  1065. para
    [noun]
    (steam)
  1066. zaplanować
    [verb]
    (to plan)
  1067. wpis
    [noun]
    (entry)
  1068. budować
    [verb]
    (to build)
  1069. niewielki
    [adjective]
    (small)
  1070. sprawiedliwość
    [noun]
    (justice)
  1071. poszczególny
    [adjective]
    (individual)
  1072. strata
    [noun]
    (loss)
  1073. wybierać
    [verb]
    (to choose)
  1074. połączenie
    [noun]
    (connection)
  1075. instalacja
    [noun]
    (installation)
  1076. Ukraina
    [proper noun]
    (Ukraine)
  1077. otrzymywać
    [verb]
    (to receive)
  1078. położyć
    [verb]
    (put)
  1079. osiągnąć
    [verb]
    (to achieve)
  1080. wczoraj
    [adverb]
    (yesterday)