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Изучаемое английское слово: gaiters

Краткий перевод нового слова на русский язык: [flint];кремень (Обр.пер.- flint);кремнёвая галька;что-л. очень твёрдое или жёсткое как камень

Приведенный ниже перевод может быть неправильным. Это связано с тем, что точность каждого конкретного перевода зависит от контента входного текста. Так или иначе мы советуем применять варианты перевода на свой взгляд в зависимости от стартового текста. Если у вас выявятся неточности с качеством перевода, целесообразно связаться с переводчиком проконсультироваться с переводчиком, либо воспользоваться программы компьютерного перевода.

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учим слово gaiters

Толкование изучаемого слова на английском: Someone who is impartial is not directly involved in a particular situation, and is therefore able to give a fair opinion or decision about it. (Ex.: Careers officers offer impartial advice to all pupils.) Your ears are the two parts of your body, one on each side of your head, with which you hear sounds. (Ex.: He whispered something in her ear... I’m having my ears pierced.); If you have an ear for music or language, you are able to hear its sounds accurately and to interpret them or reproduce them well. (Ex.: Moby certainly has a fine ear for a tune... An ear for foreign languages is advantageous.); Ear is often used to refer to people’s willingness to listen to what someone is saying. (Ex.: What would cause the masses to give him a far more sympathetic ear?... They had shut their eyes and ears to everything.); The ears of a cereal plant such as wheat or barley are the parts at the top of the stem, which contain the seeds or grains.; If someone says that they are all ears, they mean that they are ready and eager to listen.; If a request falls on deaf ears or if the person to whom the request is made turns a deaf ear to it, they take no notice of it. (Ex.: I hope that our appeals will not fall on deaf ears... He has turned a resolutely deaf ear to American demands for action.); If you keep or have your ear to the ground, you make sure that you find out about the things that people are doing or saying. (Ex.: Jobs in manufacturing are relatively scarce but I keep my ear to the ground.); If you lend an ear to someone or their problems, you listen to them carefully and sympathetically. (Ex.: They are always willing to lend an ear and offer what advice they can.); If you say that something goes in one ear and out the other, you mean that someone pays no attention to it, or forgets about it immediately. (Ex.: That rubbish goes in one ear and out the other.); If someone says that you will be out on your ear, they mean that you will be forced to leave a job, an organization or a place suddenly. (Ex.: We never objected. We’d have been out on our ears looking for another job if we had.); If you play by ear or play a piece of music by ear, you play music by relying on your memory rather than by reading printed music. (Ex.: Neil played, by ear, the music he’d heard his older sister practicing.); If you play it by ear, you decide what to say or do in a situation by responding to events rather than by following a plan which you have decided on in advance.; If you are up to your ears in something, it is taking up all of your time, attention, or resources. (Ex.: He was desperate. He was in debt up to his ears.)

Толкование нового слова на русском: КАПЧАГАЙ , город в Казахстане, Алма-Атинская обл., на берегу Капчагайского вдхр. Железнодорожная станция. 44,4 тыс. жителей (1991). Рыбоперерабатывающий комбинат, фарфоровый, комбикормовый заводы. Образован в 1970 в связи со строительством Капчагайской ГЭС. ДЖОНС (Jones) Генри Артур (1851-1929) , английский драматург. Критика ханжеской морали и религии ("Лгуны", 1897; "Ложь", 1914) ослаблена мелодраматическими приемами.

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