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Изучаемое английское слово: waggish

Краткий перевод нового слова на русский язык: увидеть (Обр.пер.- to see);войти в поле обзора;быть увиденным;попасть в поле зрения

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Толкование изучаемого слова на английском: A second is one of the sixty parts that a minute is divided into. People often say ‘a second’ or ‘seconds’ when they simply mean a very short time. (Ex.: For a few seconds nobody said anything... It only takes forty seconds... Her orbital speed must be a few hundred meters per second... Within seconds the other soldiers began firing too...); Frequency: The word is one of the 700 most common words in English.; The second item in a series is the one that you count as number two. (Ex.: ...the second day of his visit to Delhi. ...their second child... My son just got married for the second time... She was the second of nine children. ...King Charles the Second... Britain came second in the Prix St Georges Derby.); Second is used before superlative adjectives to indicate that there is only one thing better or larger than the thing you are referring to. (Ex.: The party is still the second strongest in Italy. ...the second-largest city in the United States.); You say second when you want to make a second point or give a second reason for something. (Ex.: The soil is depleted first by having crops grown in it and second by natural weathering and bacterial action.); In Britain, an upper second is a good honours degree and a lower second is an average honours degree. (Ex.: I then went up to Lancaster University and got an upper second.); If you have seconds, you have a second helping of food. (Ex.: There’s seconds if you want them.); Seconds are goods that are sold cheaply in shops because they have slight faults. (Ex.: It’s a new shop selling discounted lines and seconds.); The seconds of someone who is taking part in a boxing match or chess tournament are the people who assist and encourage them. (Ex.: He shouted to his seconds, ‘I did it! I did it!’); If you second a proposal in a meeting or debate, you formally express your agreement with it so that it can then be discussed or voted on. (Ex.: ...Bryan Sutton, who seconded the motion against fox hunting...); If you second what someone has said, you say that you agree with them or say the same thing yourself. (Ex.: The Prime Minister seconded the call for discipline in a speech last week.); If you experience something at second hand, you are told about it by other people rather than experiencing it yourself. (Ex.: Most of them had only heard of the massacre at second hand.); If you say that something is second to none, you are emphasizing that it is very good indeed or the best that there is. (Ex.: Our scientific research is second to none.); If you say that something is second only to something else, you mean that only that thing is better or greater than it. (Ex.: As a major health risk hepatitis is second only to tobacco.); If you are seconded somewhere, you are sent there temporarily by your employer in order to do special duties. (Ex.: In 1937 he was seconded to the Royal Canadian Air Force in Ottawa as air armament adviser... Several hundred soldiers have been seconded to help farmers.) If you salute someone, you greet them or show your respect with a formal sign. Soldiers usually salute officers by raising their right hand so that their fingers touch their forehead. (Ex.: One of the company stepped out and saluted the General... I stood to attention and saluted.) Salute is also a noun. (Ex.: The soldier gave the clenched-fist salute... He raised his hand in salute.); To salute a person or their achievements means to publicly show or state your admiration for them. (Ex.: I salute him for the leadership role that he is taking...)

Толкование нового слова на русском: ЧАСТНОЕ РЕШЕНИЕ дифференциального уравнения , решение, получающееся из общего решения при некотором конкретном выборе произвольных постоянных. "ДЖЕМИНИ" ("Джеминай") (Gemini) , серия американских 2-местных космических кораблей для полетов на околоземной орбите; программа их разработки. "Джемини" состоит из спускаемого аппарата (кабина космонавтов) и приборного отсека с тормозной двигательной установкой; некоторые "Джемини" имели стыковочный агрегат. Максимальная масса 3,8 т, объем кабины 2,33 м3. В 1965-66 совершены полеты 10 "Джемини" с 16 космонавтами (некоторые из них выходили в космос) и 2 беспилотных.


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