Если говорить о массаже лица в свете устранения морщин, разного
рода изменений лицевого вала, сухости кожи и т.д., то лучше, чем
еще не придумали. Его ключевой особенностью является выстраивание
индивидуальной для каждого клиента массажной схемы.
Словарь в картинках (учим английский язык)
Изучаемое слово: zoic
Перевод на русский: ['st?:mbaund];задержанный штормом
Толкование слова на английском: A square is a shape with four sides that are all the same length and four corners that are all right angles. (Ex.: Serve the cake warm or at room temperature, cut in squares... Most of the rugs are simple cotton squares.); In a town or city, a square is a flat open place, often in the shape of a square. (Ex.: The house is located in one of Pimlico’s prettiest garden squares... ...St Mark’s Square.); Something that is square has a shape the same as a square or similar to a square. (Ex.: Round tables seat more people in the same space as a square table... His finger nails were square and cut neatly across.); Square is used before units of length when referring to the area of something. For example, if something is three metres long and two metres wide, its area is six square metres. (Ex.: Canary Wharf was set to provide 10 million square feet of office space... The Philippines has just 6,000 square kilometres of forest left.); Square is used after units of length when you are giving the length of each side of something that is square in shape. (Ex.: ...a linen cushion cover, 45 cm square. ...two pieces of wood 4 inches square.); To square a number means to multiply it by itself. For example, 3 squared is 3 x 3, or 9. 3 squared is usually written as 3/2. (Ex.: Take the time in seconds, square it, and multiply by 5.12... A squared plus B squared equals C squared.); The square of a number is the number produced when you multiply that number by itself. For example, the square of 3 is 9. (Ex.: ...the square of the speed of light, an exceedingly large number.); If you square two different ideas or actions with each other or if they square with each other, they fit or match each other. (Ex.: That explanation squares with the facts, doesn’t it... He set out to square his dreams with reality.); If you square something with someone, you ask their permission or check with them that what you are doing is acceptable to them. (Ex.: She should have squared things with Jay before she went into this business with Walker.); If you say that someone squares the circle, you mean that they bring together two things which are normally thought to be so different that they cannot exist together. (Ex.: He has squared the circle of keeping the City happy and doing something to improve business cash flow... ‘Nirvana’ squared the circle by making a record that was both superb pop and rock music at the same time.); If you are back to square one, you have to start dealing with something from the beginning again because the way you were dealing with it has failed. (Ex.: If your complaint in not upheld, you may feel you are back to square one...) If someone knuckles down, they begin to work or study very hard, especially after a period when they have done very little work. (Ex.: The only thing to do was knuckle down and get on with some serious hard work... He managed to knuckle down to his lessons long enough to pass his examination.)
Толкование слова на русском: ДИССИМИЛЯЦИЯ (от лат . dissimilis - несходный), 1) в биологии - то же, что катаболизм. 2) В лингвистике - замена одного из двух одинаковых или сходных звуков в слове (смежных или несмежных) другим звуком, отличным или менее сходным с ним (напр., лат. februarius - рус. "февраль"). РЫБОПРОПУСКНЫЕ СООРУЖЕНИЯ , комплекс гидротехнических сооружений для пропуска рыбы из нижнего бьефа в верхний и обратно (напр., рыбоход, рыбоподъемник).