Anglická slovíčka - P

PM
Pa­tience
Pa­tient
Pace
Pack
Pack­ up
Pack­age
Pack­aging
Pack­et
Page
Pain
Pain­ful
Paint
Paint­er
Paint­ing
Pair
Palace
Pale
Pan
Panel
Pants
Paper
Par­al­lel
Par­ent
Par­tic­u­lar
Par­tic­u­larly
Parlia­ment
Part
Part­ner
Part­ner­ship
Partly
Party
Pas­sage
Pas­sen­ger
Pass
Pass ­through
Pass away
Pass by
Pass on
Pass out
Pass round
Pass­port
Passing
Past
Pat­tern
Path
Pause
Pay
Pay ­back
Pay out
Pay up
Pay­ment
Peace
Peace­ful
Peak
Pen
Pen­cil
Pen­sion
Penny
People
Pep­per
Per
Per­ ­cent
Per­fect
Per­fectly
Per­form
Per­form­ance
Per­former
Per­haps
Per­man­ent
Per­man­ently
Per­mis­sion
Per­mit
Per­son
Per­son­al
Per­son­al­ity
Per­son­ally
Per­suade
Peri­od
Pet
Pet­rol
Phase
Philo­sophy
Pho­to­copy
Pho­to­graph
Pho­to­graph­er
Pho­to­graphy
Phone
Photo
Phrase
Phys­ic­al
Phys­ic­ally
Phys­ics
Pi­ano
Pic­ture
Pick
Pick­ up
Piece
Pig
Pile
Pile up
Pill
Pilot
Pin
Pink
Pint
Pipe
Pitch
Pity
Place
Plain
Plan
Plan­et
Plan­ning
Plane
Plant
Plast­ic
Plat­form
Plate
Play
Play ­about
Play with
Play­er
Pleas­ant
Pleas­antly
Pleas­ing
Pleas­ure
Please
Pleased
Plenty
Plot
Plug
Plug in
Po­etry
Po­lice
Pock­et
Poem
Poin­ted
Point
Point out
Pois­on
Pois­on­ous
Pol­ish
Pol­lu­tion
Pole
Policy
Polit­ic­al
Polit­ic­ally
Polit­ics
Polite
Politely
Politi­cian
Pool
Poor
Pop
Pop­u­la­tion
Pop­u­lar
Port
Pos­i­tion
Pos­it­ive
Pose
Poss­ib­il­ity
Poss­ible
Poss­ibly
Posses­sion
Possess
Post
Post of­fice
Pot
Potato
Poten­tial
Poten­tially
Pound
Pour
Powder
Power
Power­ful
Pr­ize
Prac­tise
Practic­al
Practic­ally
Practice
Praise
Pray
Pray­er
Pre­cise
Pre­cisely
Pre­dict
Pre­par­a­tion
Pre­pare
Pre­pared
Pre­serve
Pre­sum­ably
Pre­tend
Pre­vent
Pre­vi­ous
Pre­vi­ously
Prefer
Prefer­ence
Preg­nant
Premises
Pres­ence
Pres­id­ent
Pres­sure
Present
Present­a­tion
Press
Pretty
Pri­est
Pri­or
Pri­or­ity
Price
Pride
Primar­ily
Primary
Prime min­is­ter
Prin­cess
Prin­ciple
Prince
Print
Print off
Print­er
Print­ing
Pris­on
Pris­on­er
Priv­ate
Priv­ately
Pro­ced­ure
Pro­ceed
Pro­cess
Pro­du­cer
Pro­duc­tion
Pro­duce
Pro­fes­sion
Pro­fes­sion­al
Pro­fess­or
Pro­gramme
Pro­gress
Pro­ject
Pro­mo­tion
Pro­mote
Pro­nounce
Pro­nun­ci­ation
Pro­por­tion
Pro­pos­al
Pro­pose
Pro­spect
Pro­tec­tion
Pro­tect
Prob­able
Prob­ably
Prob­lem
Product
Profit
Prom­ise
Prompt
Promptly
Proof
Prop­er
Prop­erly
Prop­erty
Protest
Proud
Proudly
Prove
Provid­ing
Provide
Provided
Pub
Pub­lish
Pub­lish­ing
Publi­city
Public
Public­a­tion
Publicly
Pull
Pull ­down
Pull ­through
Pull ­to­geth­er
Pull a­part
Pull in
Pull off
Pull out
Pull over
Pull up
Punch
Punish
Punish­ment
Pupil
Pur­pose
Pur­sue
Purchase
Pure
Purely
Purple
Push
Push ­about
Push ­for­ward
Put
Put ­back
Put ­down
Put ­for­ward
Put ­through
Put ­to­geth­er
Put away
Put in
Put off
Put on
Put out
Put up
Put up with