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Изучаемое английское слово: enemy

Краткий перевод нового слова на русский язык: ['h?:??u:];подкова (Обр.пер.- horseshoe);что-л., имеющее форму подковы;подковывать лошадей

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Толкование изучаемого слова на английском: A flock of birds, sheep, or goats is a group of them. (Ex.: They kept a small flock of sheep... They are gregarious birds and feed in flocks.); You can refer to a group of people or things as a flock of them to emphasize that there are a lot of them. (Ex.: These cases all attracted flocks of famous writers. ...his flock of advisers.); If people flock to a particular place or event, a very large number of them go there, usually because it is pleasant or interesting. (Ex.: The public have flocked to the show... The criticisms will not stop people flocking to see the film... His greatest wish must be that huge crowds flock into the beautiful park.) A person, animal, or plant that is dead is no longer living. (Ex.: Her husband’s been dead a year now... The group had shot dead another hostage. ...old newspapers and dead flowers. The dead included six people attending a religious ceremony.); If you describe a place or a period of time as dead, you do not like it because there is very little activity taking place in it. (Ex.: ...some dead little town where the liveliest thing is the flies...); Something that is dead is no longer being used or is finished. (Ex.: The dead cigarette was still between his fingers...); If you say that an idea, plan, or subject is dead, you mean that people are no longer interested in it or willing to develop it any further. (Ex.: It’s a dead issue, Baxter...); A dead language is no longer spoken or written as a means of communication, although it may still be studied. (Ex.: We used to grumble that we were wasting time learning a dead language.); A telephone or piece of electrical equipment that is dead is no longer functioning, for example because it no longer has any electrical power. (Ex.: On another occasion I answered the phone and the line went dead.); In sport, when a ball is dead, it has gone outside the playing area, or a situation has occurred in which the game has to be temporarily stopped, and none of the players can score points or gain an advantage.; Dead is used to mean ‘complete’ or ‘absolute’, especially before the words ‘centre’, ‘silence’, and ‘stop’. (Ex.: They hurried about in dead silence, with anxious faces... Lila’s boat came to a dead stop.); Dead means ‘precisely’ or ‘exactly’. (Ex.: Mars was visible, dead in the centre of the telescope... Their arrows are dead on target...); Dead is sometimes used to mean ‘very’. (Ex.: I am dead against the legalisation of drugs.); If you reply ‘Over my dead body’ when a plan or action has been suggested, you are emphasizing that you dislike it, and will do everything you can to prevent it. (Ex.: ‘Let’s invite her to dinner.’—‘Over my dead body!’); If you say that something such as an idea or situation is dead and buried, you are emphasizing that you think that it is completely finished or past, and cannot happen or exist again in the future. (Ex.: I thought the whole business was dead and buried...); If you say that a person or animal dropped dead or dropped down dead, you mean that they died very suddenly and unexpectedly. (Ex.: He dropped dead on the quayside.); If you say that you feel dead or are half dead, you mean that you feel very tired or ill and very weak. (Ex.: You looked half dead after that journey...); If something happens in the dead of night, at dead of night, or in the dead of winter, it happens in the middle part of the night or the winter, when it is darkest or coldest. (Ex.: We buried it in the garden at dead of night...); If you say that you wouldn’t be seen dead or be caught dead in particular clothes, places, or situations, you are expressing strong dislike or disapproval of them. (Ex.: I wouldn’t be seen dead in a straw hat.); To stop dead means to suddenly stop happening or moving. To stop someone or something dead means to cause them to suddenly stop happening or moving. (Ex.: We all stopped dead and looked at it...); If you say that someone or something is dead in the water, you are emphasizing that they have failed, and that there is little hope of them being successful in the future. (Ex.: A ‘no’ vote would have left the treaty dead in the water.)

Толкование нового слова на русском: ТАМПИКО (Tampico) , город на востоке Мексики. 273 тыс. жителей (1990). Порт на берегу Мексиканского зал. (грузооборот ок. 15 млн. т в год). Центр добычи и переработки нефти. Химическая, пищевкусовая промышленность, сельскохозяйственное машиностроение. Рыболовство. СОМНАМБУЛИЗМ (от лат . somnus - сон и ambulo - хожу) (лунатизм), расстройство сознания, при котором автоматически во сне (отсюда название - снохождение) совершаются привычные действия (напр., ходьба, перекладывание вещей).

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