I.goodness [ ˈɡʊdnəs, Brit ˈɡʊdnəs] Am RZECZOW. 3. goodness (nutritive value): II.goodness [ ˈɡʊdnəs, Brit ˈɡʊdnəs] Am WYKRZYK.
goodness gracious a. III.goodness [ ˈɡʊdnəs, Brit ˈɡʊdnəs] Am oblige [ əˈblʌɪdʒ, Brit əˈblaɪdʒ] Am CZASOW. przech. I.kindly [ ˈkʌɪndli, Brit ˈkaɪn(d)li] Am PRZYMIOT. II.kindly [ ˈkʌɪndli, Brit ˈkaɪn(d)li] Am PRZYSŁ. 1. kindly (in a kind, nice way): I.chance [ tʃɑːns, Brit tʃæns] Am RZECZOW. II.chance [ tʃɑːns, Brit tʃæns] Am PRZYMIOT. attr III.chance [ tʃɑːns, Brit tʃæns] Am CZASOW. przech. 2. chance (happen to do) : form IV.chance [ tʃɑːns, Brit tʃæns] Am I.kind [ kʌɪnd, Brit kaɪnd] Am RZECZOW. 2. kind (expressing vague classification): 3. kind (classified type): IV.kind [ kʌɪnd, Brit kaɪnd] Am PRZYMIOT. (caring, helpful) I.such [ sʌtʃ, Brit sətʃ] Am ZAIMEK 2. such → suchlike II.such [ sʌtʃ, Brit sətʃ] Am CZŁ. OKR. 1. such (of kind previously mentioned): 2. such (of specific kind): 5. such (of such small worth, quantity) : iron III.such as CZŁ. OKR. SPÓJNIK IV.such [ sʌtʃ, Brit sətʃ] Am PRZYSŁ. (to a great degree) I.suchlike [ ˈsʌtʃlʌɪk, Brit ˈsətʃˌlaɪk] Am inf ZAIMEK II.suchlike [ ˈsʌtʃlʌɪk, Brit ˈsətʃˌlaɪk] Am inf PRZYMIOT. I.as [ az, əz, Brit æz, əz] Am SPÓJNIK 1. as (in the manner that): 6. as (expressing purpose): II.as [ az, əz, Brit æz, əz] Am PRZYIMEK 1. as (in order to appear to be): 2. as (showing function, status): III.as [ az, əz, Brit æz, əz] Am PRZYSŁ. 1. as (expressing degree, extent): 2. as (expressing similarity): VII.as from,as of PRZYIMEK would <nég wouldn't> [ wʊd, wəd, Brit wʊd, wəd, (ə)d] Am CZASOW. modal
'd a. When would is used with a verb in English to form the conditional tense, would + verb is translated by the present conditional of the appropriate verb in French and would have + verb by the past conditional of the appropriate verb: I would do it if I had time = je le ferais si j'avais le temps; I would have done it if I had had time = je l'aurais fait si j'avais eu le temps; he said he would fetch the car = il a dit qu'il irait chercher la voiture. For more examples, particular usages and all other uses of would see the entry below. 1. would (in sequence of past tenses, in reported speech): 2. would (in conditional statements): 3. would (expressing willingness to act): 4. would (expressing inability to function): 5. would (expressing desire, preference): 6. would (in polite requests or proposals): 7. would (used to attenuate statements): 8. would (when giving advice): 9. would (expressing exasperation): 10. would (expressing an assumption): 11. would (indicating habitual event or behaviour in past: used to): 12. would (if only) : form I.good [ ɡʊd, Brit ɡʊd] Am RZECZOW. 5. good (virtuous people): 4. good (what is wanted) : inf