EN to stave off
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{verb}

1. general

to stave off (also: to forestall, to obviate, to prevent)
to stave off (also: to prevent)
We must reverse the trend towards radical restructuring, prevent job losses and stave off further pressure to cut salaries and social security payments.
Musimy odwrócić trend w kierunku radykalnej przebudowy, zapobiegać utracie miejsc pracy i powstrzymywać dalszą presję na cięcie płac i świadczeń z ubezpieczenia społecznego.

2. "hunger, thirst"

to stave off (also: to adulterate, to cheat, to chouse, to deceive)
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oszukiwać {ipf. v.}
to stave off (also: to chouse, to deceive, to defraud, to fool)
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oszukać {pf. v.}

3. "bankruptcy, crisis"

We must reverse the trend towards radical restructuring, prevent job losses and stave off further pressure to cut salaries and social security payments.
Musimy odwrócić trend w kierunku radykalnej przebudowy, zapobiegać utracie miejsc pracy i powstrzymywać dalszą presję na cięcie płac i świadczeń z ubezpieczenia społecznego.

4. "defeat"

to stave off
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oddalać {ipf. v.}

5. "fatigue"

to stave off (also: to conquer, to defeat, to hurdle, to own)
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pokonać {pf. v.}
to stave off (also: to hurdle, to overcome, to win, to overbear)
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pokonywać {ipf. v.}

6. "threat"

to stave off (also: to draw, to move away, to move back, to open)
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odsunąć {pf. v.}
to stave off (also: to draw, to move away, to move back, to open)
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odsuwać {ipf. v.}

Similar translations for "to stave off" in Polish

stave noun
stave verb
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to stave verb
off noun
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off adjective
off adverb
off preposition
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Context sentences for "to stave off" in Polish

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EnglishTurns out doing crossword puzzles can stave off some of the effects of Alzheimer's.
Rozwiązywanie krzyżówek łagodzi skutki Alzheimera.
EnglishAt Number 10 Downing Street, David Cameron is trying to work out whether to cut more public sector jobs in order to stave off a double-dip recession.
Pod numerem 10 na Downing Street David Cameron stara się ocenić, czy likwidować kolejne miejsca pracy w sektorze publicznym, by odeprzeć drugą falę recesji.