⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'cabbage patch' from English to Polish
zagon {m} kapusty
cabbage patch
1 translation
To translate another word just start typing!

Translation for 'cabbage patch' from English to Polish

cabbage patch
zagon {m} kapustyroln.
Usage Examples English
  • He has warned that Cabbage Patch dolls are idolatrous.
  • "Garbage Pail Kids" is a series of sticker trading cards produced by the Topps Company, originally released in 1985 and designed to parody the "Cabbage Patch Kids" dolls, which were popular at the time.
  • Cabbage Patch Kids are a line of cloth dolls with plastic heads first produced by Coleco Industries in 1982.
  • Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch".
  • Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" (based on the 1901 novel) funded Flexner's studies at Harvard and his year abroad at European universities.
  • In the 1920s and 1930s the thinly populated area was referred to as little more than a "cabbage patch".
  • Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" (1934) a role she won at age seven after having been seen in the play "Autumn Crocus".
  • ", "Cubix", "Cabbage Patch Kids" and "Tama and Friends" properties.
  • Xavier Roberts (born October 31, 1955 in Cleveland, Georgia) is best known for Cabbage Patch Kid dolls, once immensely popular soft sculpted dolls based upon a design originally created by Martha Nelson Thomas.
  • Many homes in the surrounding area were colloquially called the “cabbage patch”, in reference to the boom of young families after the return of soldiers from WWII.
  • Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch". Switzer continued to appear in films in various supporting roles, including in "Johnny Doughboy" (1942), "Going My Way" (1944), and "The Great Mike" (1944).
  • Among Topps's most notable achievements in the area of satire and parody have been "Wacky Packages", a takeoff on various household consumer products, and "Garbage Pail Kids", a parody of the Cabbage Patch Kids dolls.
  • The name derives from the Scots "kailyaird" or "kailyard", which means a small cabbage patch (see kale) or kitchen garden, usually adjacent to a cottage; but more famously from Ian Maclaren's 1894 book "Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush" whose title alludes to the Jacobite song "There grows a bonnie brier bush in our Kailyard".
© Polish-English dictionary 2023
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
Links to this dictionary or to individual translations are very welcome!