Translation for 'elevator' from English to Polish
NOUN   an elevator | elevators
SYNO elevator | lift
winda {f}elevator [Am.]
dźwig {m}elevator [Am.]
kabina {f} windy
elevator cage
szyb {m} windy
elevator shaft [Am.]
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Translation for 'elevator' from English to Polish

elevator [Am.]
winda {f}

dźwig {m}

elevator cage
kabina {f} windyarch.
elevator shaft [Am.]
szyb {m} windyarch.
Usage Examples English
  • A recurring feature was "The Elevator To The Stars", in which various individual local performers would ride the CFMT freight elevator up to the studio level and—without leaving the elevator—be given a short period of time to sing, dance, or tell jokes on-air before the elevator doors closed and took them downstairs again.
  • Savoy elevator (Section 36) was built along the Illinois Central—Canadian National railroad.
  • In 1961, the addition of an elevator resulted in a sharp rise in the number of visitors.
  • Suddenly and without warning, the elevator finally breaks free of its cables and hurtles to the ground floor.
  • Popular anime series "Crayon Shin Chan" featured an elevator girl who became trapped in her elevator when the elevator broke.

  • In 1887, inventor Alexander Miles of Duluth patented an electric elevator.
  • The Eastlake Farmers Co-Operative Elevator Company is a grain elevator in Thornton, Colorado.
  • A car elevator or vehicle elevator is an elevator designed for the vertical transportation of vehicles.
  • Included in the row, but not a part of the Elevator Discovery Centre is the Nanton Seed Cleaning Co. elevator which is a smaller elevator.
  • Grain elevators were constructed at Portland to facilitate storage and loading of Canadian wheat for export.

  • In 1981, a new inclined elevator was installed. It travels on a 10° angle for the first [...] , shifting its position horizontally [...] , and straight up for the [...] remainder of the climb.
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