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Изучаемое слово: sudoriferous
Перевод на русский: ['kisin??'ri?];старинная игра

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Толкование слова на английском: If you fail to do something that you were trying to do, you are unable to do it or do not succeed in doing it. (Ex.: The Workers’ Party failed to win a single governorship... He failed in his attempt to take control of the company... Many of us have tried to lose weight and failed miserably... The truth is, I’m a failed comedy writer really.); If an activity, attempt, or plan fails, it is not successful. (Ex.: We tried to develop plans for them to get along, which all failed miserably... He was afraid the revolution they had started would fail... After a failed military offensive, all government troops and police were withdrawn from the island.); If someone or something fails to do a particular thing that they should have done, they do not do it. (Ex.: Some schools fail to set any homework... The bomb failed to explode.); If something fails, it stops working properly, or does not do what it is supposed to do. (Ex.: The lights mysteriously failed, and we stumbled around in complete darkness... In fact many food crops failed because of the drought.); If a business, organization, or system fails, it becomes unable to continue in operation or in existence. (Ex.: So far this year, 104 banks have failed. ...a failed hotel business... Who wants to buy a computer from a failing company?); If something such as your health or a physical quality is failing, it is becoming gradually weaker or less effective. (Ex.: He was 58, and his health was failing rapidly... An apparently failing memory is damaging for a national leader.); If someone fails you, they do not do what you had expected or trusted them to do. (Ex.: ...communities who feel that the political system has failed them.); If someone fails in their duty or fails in their responsibilities, they do not do everything that they have a duty or a responsibility to do. (Ex.: If we did not report what was happening in the country, we would be failing in our duty.); If a quality or ability that you have fails you, or if it fails, it is not good enough in a particular situation to enable you to do what you want to do. (Ex.: For once, the artist’s fertile imagination failed him... Their courage failed a few steps short and they came running back.); If someone fails a test, examination, or course, they perform badly in it and do not reach the standard that is required. (Ex.: I lived in fear of failing my end-of-term exams. It’s the difference between a pass and a fail.); If someone fails you in a test, examination, or course, they judge that you have not reached a high enough standard in it. (Ex.: ...the two men who had failed him during his first year of law school.); You say if all else fails to suggest what could be done in a certain situation if all the other things you have tried are unsuccessful. (Ex.: If all else fails, I could always drive a truck.); You use without fail to emphasize that something always happens. (Ex.: He attended every meeting without fail.); You use without fail to emphasize an order or a promise. (Ex.: On the 30th you must without fail hand in some money for Alex...) A compelling argument or reason is one that convinces you that something is true or that something should be done. (Ex.: Factual and forensic evidence makes a suicide verdict the most compelling answer to the mystery of his death...); If you describe something such as a film or book, or someone’s appearance, as compelling, you mean you want to keep looking at it or reading it because you find it so interesting. (Ex.: ...a frighteningly violent yet compelling film...)

Толкование слова на русском: ЛЕГИ (Leahy) Уильям Даниел (1875-1959) , американский адмирал флота (1944). Во 2-ю мировую войну, с 1942 начальник штаба верховного главнокомандования вооруженными силами США и председатель комитета начальников штабов (до 1949). ЛЕНДОР (Landor) Уолтер Сэвидж (1775-1864) , английский писатель. "Воображаемые разговоры" (1824-29) - св. 150 диалогов на общественно-политические и литературные темы между людьми разных эпох; "Пентамерон" (1837) - воображаемые беседы Ф. Петрарки и Дж. Боккаччо.


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