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Изучаемое английское слово: enfranchise

Краткий перевод нового слова на русский язык: ['sin?m?,s?:kit];кинотеатры, принадлежащие одному владельцу

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Толкование изучаемого слова на английском: If something or someone connects one thing to another, or if one thing connects to another, the two things are joined together. (Ex.: You can connect the machine to your hi-fi... The traditional method is to enter the exchanges at night and connect the wires... Two cables connect to each corner of the plate. ...a television camera connected to the radio telescope.); If a piece of equipment or a place is connected to a source of power or water, it is joined to that source so that it has power or water. (Ex.: These appliances should not be connected to power supplies... Ischia was now connected to the mainland water supply.) Connect up means the same as connect. (Ex.: The shower is easy to install–it needs only to be connected up to the hot and cold water supply... They turned the barricade into a potential death trap by connecting it up to the mains.); If a telephone operator connects you, he or she enables you to speak to another person by telephone. (Ex.: To call the police, an ambulance or the fire brigade dial 999 and the operator will connect you... He asked to be connected to the central switchboard.); If two things or places connect or if something connects them, they are joined and people or things can pass between them. (Ex.: ...the long hallway that connects the rooms... The fallopian tubes connect the ovaries with the uterus... His workshop connected with a small building in the garden... The two rooms have connecting doors.); If one train or plane, for example, connects with another, it arrives at a time which allows passengers to change to the other one in order to continue their journey. (Ex.: ...a train connecting with a ferry to Ireland... My connecting plane didn’t depart for another six hours.); If you connect to a particular plane or train, or if another plane or train connects you to it, you change to that plane or train from another one in order to continue your journey. (Ex.: ...business travellers wanting to connect to a long-haul flight... That will connect you with time to spare for the seven o’clock Concorde.); If you connect a person or thing with something, you realize that there is a link or relationship between them. (Ex.: I hoped he would not connect me with that now-embarrassing review I’d written seven years earlier... I wouldn’t have connected the two things.); Something that connects a person or thing with something else shows or provides a link or relationship between them. (Ex.: A search of Brady’s house revealed nothing that could connect him with the robberies... What connects them?) Worldly is used to describe things relating to the ordinary activities of life, rather than to spiritual things. (Ex.: I think it is time you woke up and focused your thoughts on more worldly matters...); Someone who is worldly is experienced and knows about the practical or social aspects of life. (Ex.: He was different from anyone I had known, very worldly, everything that Dermot was not...); Worldly is used to describe things relating to success, wealth, and possessions. (Ex.: Today the media drive athletes to the view that the important thing is to gain worldly success.); You can refer to someone’s possessions as their worldly goods or possessions. (Ex.: ...a man who had given up all his worldly goods...)

Толкование нового слова на русском: САЛАЦГРИВА (Salacgriva) (до 1917 официальное название Салисы) , город (с 1928) в Латвии, у впадения р. Салаца в Рижский зал., в 48 км от ж.-д. ст. Лимбажи. 3,5 тыс. жителей (1991). Рыбоконсервный завод; производство мебели. Известен с 1215. СЕРЕБРЕНИКИ (сребреники) , первые русские монеты, чеканившиеся в кон. 10 - нач. 11 вв.

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