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Изучаемое английское слово: kirksville

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Толкование изучаемого слова на английском: Intoxicating drink contains alcohol and can make you drunk. (Ex.: ...intoxicating liquor.); If you describe something as intoxicating, you mean that it makes you feel a strong sense of excitement or happiness. (Ex.: ...the intoxicating fragrance of lilies...) You use last in expressions such as last Friday, last night, and last year to refer, for example, to the most recent Friday, night, or year. (Ex.: I got married last July... He never made it home at all last night... It is not surprising they did so badly in last year’s elections.); The last event, person, thing, or period of time is the most recent one. (Ex.: Much has changed since my last visit... At the last count inflation was 10.9 per cent... I split up with my last boyfriend three years ago... The last few weeks have been hectic.) Last is also a pronoun. (Ex.: The next tide, it was announced, would be even higher than the last.); If something last happened on a particular occasion, that is the most recent occasion on which it happened. (Ex.: When were you there last?... The house is a little more dilapidated than when I last saw it... Hunting on the trust’s 625,000 acres was last debated two years ago.); The last thing, person, event, or period of time is the one that happens or comes after all the others of the same kind. (Ex.: This is his last chance as prime minister. ...the last three pages of the chapter... She said it was the very last house on the road... They didn’t come last in their league. It wasn’t the first time that this particular difference had divided them and it wouldn’t be the last... The trickiest bits are the last on the list.); If you do something last, you do it after everyone else does, or after you do everything else. (Ex.: I testified last... I was always picked last for the football team at school... The foreground, nearest the viewer, is painted last.); If you are the last to do or know something, everyone else does or knows it before you. (Ex.: She was the last to go to bed... Riccardo and I are always the last to know what’s going on.); Last is used to refer to the only thing, person, or part of something that remains. (Ex.: Jed nodded, finishing off the last piece of pizza. ...the freeing of the last hostage.) Last is also a noun. (Ex.: He finished off the last of the wine... The last of the ten inmates gave themselves up after twenty eight hours on the roof of the prison.); You use last before numbers to refer to a position that someone has reached in a competition after other competitors have been knocked out. (Ex.: Sampras reached the last four at Wimbledon. ...the only woman among the authors making it through to the last six.); You can use last to indicate that something is extremely undesirable or unlikely. (Ex.: The last thing I wanted to do was teach... He would be the last person who would do such a thing.) Last is also a pronoun. (Ex.: I would be the last to say that science has explained everything.); The last you see of someone or the last you hear of them is the final time that you see them or talk to them. (Ex.: She disappeared shouting, ‘To the river, to the river!’ And that was the last we saw of her... I had a feeling it would be the last I heard of him.); If an event, situation, or problem lasts for a particular length of time, it continues to exist or happen for that length of time. (Ex.: The marriage had lasted for less than two years... The games lasted only half the normal time... Enjoy it because it won’t last.); If something lasts for a particular length of time, it continues to be able to be used for that time, for example because there is some of it left or because it is in good enough condition. (Ex.: You only need a very small blob of glue, so one tube lasts for ages... The repaired sail lasted less than 24 hours... The implication is that this battery lasts twice as long as other batteries...); If you say that something has happened at last or at long last you mean it has happened after you have been hoping for it for a long time. (Ex.: I’m so glad that we’ve found you at last!... Here, at long last, was the moment he had waited for... At last the train arrived in the station...); You use expressions such as the night before last, the election before last and the leader before last to refer to the period of time, event, or person that came immediately before the most recent one in a series. (Ex.: It was the dog he’d heard the night before last... In the budget before last a tax penalty on the mobile phone was introduced.); You can use phrases such as the last but one, the last but two, or the last but three, to refer to the thing or person that is, for example, one, two, or three before the final person or thing in a group or series. (Ex.: It’s the last but one day in the athletics programme... The British team finished last but one.); You can use expressions such as the last I heard and the last she heard to introduce a piece of information that is the most recent that you have on a particular subject. (Ex.: The last I heard, Joe and Irene were still happily married.); If you leave something or someone until last, you delay using, choosing, or dealing with them until you have used, chosen, or dealt with all the others. (Ex.: I have left my best wine until last... I picked first all the people who usually were left till last.)

Толкование нового слова на русском: ПЛАТФОРМА (франц . plate-forme, от plat - плоский и forme - форма), 1) возвышенная площадка, помост. 2) Небольшая железнодорожная станция, полустанок или площадка (перрон) у железнодорожного пути на станции для посадки пассажиров. 3) Грузовой вагон открытого типа с небольшими бортами. МАЛИКОВ Александр Капитонович (1839-1904) , российский общественный деятель. В 1866 по делу ишутинцев выслан в Холмогоры. В 1874 выдвинул религиозно-нравственное учение о "богочеловечестве". В 1875-78 в США.


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