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Изучаемое английское слово: pompeii

Краткий перевод нового слова на русский язык: изразцовый (Обр.пер.- tiled)

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Толкование изучаемого слова на английском: You use here when you are referring to the place where you are. (Ex.: I’m here all by myself and I know I’m going to get lost... Well, I can’t stand here chatting all day. ...the growing number of skiers that come here...); You use here when you are pointing towards a place that is near you, in order to draw someone else’s attention to it. (Ex.: ...if you will just sign here... Come and sit here, Lauren...); You use here in order to indicate that the person or thing that you are talking about is near you or is being held by you. (Ex.: My friend here writes for radio...); If you say that you are here to do something, that is your role or function. (Ex.: I’m not here to listen to your complaints.); You use here in order to draw attention to something or someone who has just arrived in the place where you are, or to draw attention to the place you have just arrived at. (Ex.: ‘Mr Cummings is here,’ she said, holding the door open...); You use here to refer to a particular point or stage of a situation or subject that you have come to or that you are dealing with. (Ex.: The book goes into recent work in greater detail than I have attempted here...); You use here to refer to a period of time, a situation, or an event that is present or happening now. (Ex.: Here is your opportunity to acquire a luxurious one bedroom home.); You use here at the beginning of a sentence in order to draw attention to something or to introduce something. (Ex.: Now here’s what I want you to do...); You use here when you are offering or giving something to someone. (Ex.: Here’s some letters I want you to sign... Here’s your cash.); You say ‘here we are’ or ‘here you are’ when the statement that you are making about someone’s character or situation is unexpected. (Ex.: Here you are, saying these terrible things...); You say ‘here we are’ when you have just found something that you have been looking for. (Ex.: I rummaged through the drawers and came up with Amanda’s folder. ‘Here we are.’); You say ‘here goes’ when you are about to do or say something difficult or unpleasant. (Ex.: Dr Culver nervously muttered ‘Here goes,’ and gave the little girl an injection.); You use expressions such as ‘here we go’ and ‘here we go again’ in order to indicate that something is happening again in the way that you expected, especially something unpleasant. (Ex.: At first, he was told he was too young and I thought, ‘Oh, boy, here we go again.’...); You use here and now to emphasize that something is happening at the present time, rather than in the future or past, or that you would like it to happen at the present time. (Ex.: I’m a practicing physician trying to help people here and now...); If something happens here and there, it happens in several different places. (Ex.: I do a bit of teaching here and there...); You use expressions such as ‘here’s to us’ and ‘here’s to your new job’ before drinking a toast in order to wish someone success or happiness. (Ex.: Tony smiled and lifted his glass. ‘Here’s to you, Amy.’) An orgiastic event is one in which people enjoy themselves in an extreme, uncontrolled way. (Ex.: ...an orgiastic party.)

Толкование нового слова на русском: КАНДИДАТ НАУК , ученая степень, присуждается в Российской Федерации с 1934 лицам с высшим образованием, сдавшим кандидатский минимум и защитившим кандидатскую диссертацию. РОМАНЕЛЛИ (Romanelli ) Пьетро (1889-1980) , итальянский археолог. Труды по археологии Этрурии, Рима, римских провинций.


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