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NOUN   a kaleidoscope | kaleidoscopes
kalejdoskop {m}kaleidoscope
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Translation for 'kaleidoscope' from English to Polish

kalejdoskop {m}
Usage Examples English
  • ... October 19, 2010)—founder of the Brewster Kaleidoscope Society—collected kaleidoscopes and wrote books about many of the artists making them in the 1970s through 2001.
  • A kaleidoscope bearing the single's logo in gold was distributed to promote the single.
  • The Eyes of Buddha are painted on the silo housing the world's largest kaleidoscope, the Kaatskill Kaleidoscope in Mount Tremper, New York.
  • Paula Nadelstern (born 1951, Bronx, NY) is an American artist, quiltmaker, author and teacher known for her kaleidoscope-themed quilts.
  • The name "kaleidophone" was derived from the kaleidoscope, an optical toy invented in 1817 by David Brewster.
  • His most recent novel, "Kaleidoscope: Expendable Materials", received praise from both readers and critics.
  • "Haliclystus octoradiatus", common name spotted kaleidoscope jellyfish, is a stalked jellyfish in the family Lucernariidae.
  • Kaleidoscope is a two-bedroom apartment in Melbourne located within an old warehouse complex.
  • Calvinia enjoys 80% starlight and is renowned for its kaleidoscope of spring wildflowers coinciding with the Namaqualand wildflower spectacle.
  • "Geographical kaleidoscope" "(...)" is a popular scientific book written by (...) and published in 1988 (Kiev).
  • Kaleidocycles are toys, usually made of paper, which give an effect similar to a kaleidoscope when convoluted.
  • The name "Scope", a contraction of "kaleidoscope", Williams and Tazewell was subsequently commissioned; they in turn commissioned Nervi.
  • There are two uniform constructions of this tiling, first from [...] kaleidoscope, and a lower symmetry by removing the last mirror, [...], gives [...], (*662).
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