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послезавтра {adv}the day after tomorrow
Он мне надоел.I've had enough of him.
присматривать за детьми [несов.]to look after the children
F фильм Послезавтра [Роланд Эммерих]The Day After Tomorrow [Roland Emmerich]
(Мне) открыть дверь?Shall I open the door?
Мне казалось, что ...I was under the impression that ...
Eму пришлось тяжело.He has had a hard time of it.
денежный {adj}money [attr.]
деньги {мн}money {sg}
терять деньгиto lose money
послов. Время - деньги.Time is money!
экон. денежная масса {ж}money supply
Unverified собирать средства (деньги)raise money
после {prep} [+gen.]after
сребролюбие {с} [устр.]greed for money
отмывание {с} денег [перен.]money laundering [fig.]
послов. Деньги не пахнут.Money has no smell.
после этого {adv}after that
Unverified наследовать деньги (получить деньги)to come into some money
в конце концов {adv}after all
библ. цитата Мне отмщение, Аз воздам, глаголет Господь. [Рим. XII. 19]Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord. [Rom 12:19; KJV]
присматривать за [+instr.] [несов.]to look after
друг за другом {adv}one after another
спустя три года {adv}three years after
через некоторое время {adv}after a while
заботиться о ком-л. [несов.]to look after sb.
быть похожим на кого-л.to take after sb.
У него вышли все деньги.He has spent all his money.
проживать [перен.] [тратить, расходовать на жизнь] [несов.]to spend (money) on everyday needs
заботиться о [+prep.] [проявлять заботу, ухаживать] [несов.]to look after
Он-таки пришёл. [разг.]He has come after all.
хим. йод {м} <I> [тривиальное название]iodine <I>
Напишу-ка я ей письмо.I think I'll write to her.
Извините, я не понял.I'm sorry, I didn't get / catch that.
хим. иод {м} <I>iodine <I>
наоборотto the contrary
направо {adv}to the right
справа {adv}to the right
F лит. ТВ СмурфикиThe Smurfs
в {prep} [+prep.]in the
вечером {adv}in the evening
еженедельно {adv}by the week
кстати {adv}by the way
налево {adv}to / on the left
неподалёку {adv}in the proximity
слева {adv}on the left
утром {adv}in the morning
геогр. Альпы {мн}the Alps
библ. религ. Апокалипсис {м}the Apocalypse
геогр. Балканы {мн}(the) Balkans
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