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Изучаемое английское слово: fencing-ken

Краткий перевод нового слова на русский язык: ['bit?r'end?];не идущий на компромисс, стойкий, принципиальный человек

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Толкование изучаемого слова на английском: If you hope that something is true, or if you hope for something, you want it to be true or to happen, and you usually believe that it is possible or likely. (Ex.: She had decided she must go on as usual, follow her normal routine, and hope and pray... He hesitates before leaving, almost as though he had been hoping for conversation... I hope to get a job within the next two weeks... The researchers hope that such a vaccine could be available in about ten years’ time... ‘We’ll speak again.’—‘I hope so.’...); If you say that you cannot hope for something, or if you talk about the only thing that you can hope to get, you mean that you are in a bad situation, and there is very little chance of improving it. (Ex.: Things aren’t ideal, but that’s the best you can hope for... ...these mountains, which no one can hope to penetrate.) Hope is also a noun. (Ex.: The only hope for underdeveloped countries is to become, as far as possible, self-reliant...); Hope is a feeling of desire and expectation that things will go well in the future. (Ex.: But Kevin hasn’t given up hope of being fit... Consumer groups still hold out hope that the president will change his mind...); If someone wants something to happen, and considers it likely or possible, you can refer to their hopes of that thing, or to their hope that it will happen. (Ex.: They have hopes of increasing trade between the two regions... The delay in the programme has dashed Japan’s hopes of commercial success in space...); If you think that the help or success of a particular person or thing will cause you to be successful or to get what you want, you can refer to them as your hope. (Ex.: Roemer represented the best hope for a businesslike climate in Louisiana.); If you are in a difficult situation and do something and hope for the best, you hope that everything will happen in the way you want, although you know that it may not. (Ex.: Some companies are cutting costs and hoping for the best.); If you tell someone not to get their hopes up, or not to build their hopes up, you are warning them that they should not become too confident of progress or success. (Ex.: There is no reason for people to get their hopes up over this mission...); If you say that someone has not got a hope in hell of doing something, you are emphasizing that they will not be able to do it. (Ex.: Everybody knows they haven’t got a hope in hell of forming a government anyway.); If you have high hopes or great hopes that something will happen, you are confident that it will happen. (Ex.: I had high hopes that Derek Randall might play an important part...); If you hope against hope that something will happen, you hope that it will happen, although it seems impossible. (Ex.: She glanced about the hall, hoping against hope that Richard would be waiting for her.); You use ‘I hope’ in expressions such as ‘I hope you don’t mind’ and ‘I hope I’m not disturbing you’, when you are being polite and want to make sure that you have not offended someone or disturbed them. (Ex.: I hope you don’t mind me coming to see you... I hope I haven’t said anything to upset you.); You say ‘I hope’ when you want to warn someone not to do something foolish or dangerous. (Ex.: I hope you won’t be too harsh with the girl...); If you do one thing in the hope of another thing happening, you do it because you think it might cause or help the other thing to happen, which is what you want. (Ex.: He was studying in the hope of being admitted to an engineering college...); If you live in hope that something will happen, you continue to hope that it will happen, although it seems unlikely, and you realize that you are being foolish. (Ex.: My mother bought lots of tickets and lived in hope of winning the prize.); If you say ‘Some hope’, or ‘Not a hope’, you think there is no possibility that something will happen, although you may want it to happen. (Ex.: The industry reckons it will see orders swell by 10% this financial year. Some hope.) You use space to refer to an area that is empty or available. The area can be any size. For example, you can refer to a large area outside as a large open space or to a small area between two objects as a small space. (Ex.: Under the plan, bits of open space–fields, golf-course borders and small parks–will be preserved. ...cutting down yet more trees to make space for houses... I had plenty of space to write and sew... The space underneath could be used as a storage area... List in the spaces below the specific changes you have made.); A particular kind of space is the area that is available for a particular activity or for putting a particular kind of thing in. (Ex.: ...the high cost of office space... Finding a parking space in the summer months is still a virtual impossibility...); If a place gives a feeling of space, it gives an impression of being large and open. (Ex.: Large paintings can enhance the feeling of space in small rooms...); If you give someone space to think about something or to develop as a person, you allow them the time and freedom to do this. (Ex.: You need space to think everything over...); The amount of space for a topic to be discussed in a document is the number of pages available to discuss the topic. (Ex.: We can’t promise to publish a reply as space is limited.); A space of time is a period of time. (Ex.: They’ve come a long way in a short space of time...); Space is the area beyond the Earth’s atmosphere, where the stars and planets are. (Ex.: The six astronauts on board will spend ten days in space. ...launching satellites into space. ...outer space.); Space is the whole area within which everything exists. (Ex.: The physical universe is finite in space and time.); If you space a series of things, you arrange them so that they are not all together but have gaps or intervals of time between them. (Ex.: Women once again are having fewer children and spacing them further apart... His voice was angry and he spaced the words for emphasis.) Space out means the same as space. (Ex.: He talks quite slowly and spaces his words out... I was spacing out the seedlings into divided trays...); If you are staring into space, you are looking straight in front of you, without actually looking at anything in particular, for example because you are thinking or because you are feeling shocked. (Ex.: He just sat in the dressing-room staring into space...)

Толкование нового слова на русском: КОЛЫМАГА , тяжелая закрытая четырехколесная повозка. ЛОКОМОБИЛЬ (франц . locomobile, от лат. locus - место и mobilis - подвижной), передвижная или стационарная паросиловая установка из объединенных в один агрегат паровой машины и котла. В СССР производство локомобилей было прекращено в 60-х гг. (из-за малой экономичности).


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