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Словарь в картинках (учим английский язык)

Изучаемое слово: idealist
Перевод на русский: жестокое или грубое обращение

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Толкование слова на английском: Note: in BRIT, also use 'alright'; If you say that someone or something is all right, you mean that you find them satisfactory or acceptable. (Ex.: Is it all right with you if we go now?... ‘How was school?’—‘It was all right.’ He’s an all right kind of guy really.); If you say that something happens or goes all right, you mean that it happens in a satisfactory or acceptable manner. (Ex.: Things have thankfully worked out all right...); If someone or something is all right, they are well or safe. (Ex.: All she’s worried about is whether he is all right... Are you feeling all right now?); You say ‘all right’ when you are agreeing to something. (Ex.: ‘I think you should go now.’—‘All right.’...); You say ‘all right?’ after you have given an instruction or explanation to someone when you are checking that they have understood what you have just said, or checking that they agree with or accept what you have just said. (Ex.: Peter, you get half the fees. All right?...); If someone in a position of authority says ‘all right’, and suggests talking about or doing something else, they are indicating that they want you to end one activity and start another. (Ex.: All right, Bob. You can go now...); You say ‘all right’ during a discussion to show that you understand something that someone has just said, and to introduce a statement that relates to it. (Ex.: ‘I’m a bit busy now.’—‘All right, why don’t I come back later?’); You say all right before a statement or question to indicate that you are challenging or threatening someone. (Ex.: All right, who are you and what are you doing in my office?...) Emphasis is special or extra importance that is given to an activity or to a part or aspect of something. (Ex.: Too much emphasis is placed on research... Grant puts a special emphasis on weather in his paintings.); Emphasis is extra force that you put on a syllable, word, or phrase when you are speaking in order to make it seem more important. (Ex.: ‘I might have know it!’ Miss Burnett said with emphasis... The emphasis is on the first syllable of the last word.)

Толкование слова на русском: МАРЧЕНКО Владимир Александрович (р . 1922), украинский математик, академик АН СССР (1987) и АН УССР (1969). Основные труды по теории функций, функциональному анализу, дифференциальным уравнениям. Ленинская премия (1962). СУШКЕВИЧ Борис Михайлович (1887-1946) , российский режиссер, актер, народный артист России (1944). На сцене с 1908. Работал во МХАТе. Один из создателей (1912), руководитель и режиссер 1-й Студии МХТ (с 1924 МХАТ 2-й), с 1933 художественный руководитель Ленинградского академического театра драмы, с 1937 - Нового театра. Профессор Ленинградского театрального института (с 1933).


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