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Чтение текстов на английском языке со "словарём"

Чтение текстов помогает в изучении английского языка, позволяет расширить словарный запас.
При щелчке на любом слове текста будет показана соответствующая словарная статья, которая поможет в переводе слова.
Кроме этого словарь позволяет прослушать произношение слова и посмотреть его транскрипцию.
Сейчас представлены тексты на тему «Сказки»(Fairy tales), например такие известные как
Cinderilla; or, the little glass slipper, Little red riding-hood, Rapunzel и много других.
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История поиска

Англо-русский и русско-английский словари онлайн с транскрипцией и произношением слов, большим количеством примеров употребления.
Онлайн словарь предоставляет широкие возможности поиска слов с применением шаблонов и знаков подстановки. Кроме основного словаря поиск слов ведется в англо-русском словаре фразеологических и идиоматических выражений, словаре фразовых глаголов. Дается толкование слова по английскому толковому словарю и синонимические ряды из ‘The Oxford Thesaurus An A-Z Dictionary of Synonyms ‘. Приводятся примеры общеупотребительных слов английского языка, полезные для пополнения словарного запаса.


В словарях представлена словарная форма слова
(Существительные представлены в единственном числе
(без артикля для английских слов). Глаголы в форме инфинитива без частицы "to")

Поиск слов,начинающихся,заканчивающихся или содержащих
заданную букву(буквы)
.Для поиска таких слов воспользуйтесь символами
*- заменяет любое количество любых символов и ! - заменяет один любой символ.
Например: x* - все слова начинающиеся на 'x';*al - слова заканчивающиеся на 'al';
x*m - слова начинающиеся на 'x' и заканчивающиеся на 'm'; !!! - все слова из трех букв;
ho*me - слова начинающиеся на 'ho' и заканчиваюшиеся на 'me';
!o!e- слова из четырех букв вторая 'o' , заканчиваются на 'e';
e*u - слова начинающиеся на 'e' и заканчивающиеся на 'u' и т.д.
При нажатии на Например:открываются примеры употребления слова


Написание прописью цифр на английском языке
(с транскрипцией и произношением)

Транскрипция текста.Английские слова русскими буквами


+Добавление (изменение, редактирование) пользовательской словарной статьи


Основной словарный запас изучающих английский язык:
Список слов, входящих в топ 1000,2000,3000, наиболее употребляемых слов,
согласно Longman Communication 3000 ?,
в разговорном английском: 1-я тыс., 2-я тыс., 3-я тыс., полный список;
в письменном английском: 1-я тыс., 2-я тыс., 3-я тыс., полный список;

Список наиболее употребляемых слов в академических текстах
на английском языке "The Academic Word List"
? (1451 слово)

Список наиболее употребляемых слов в разговорном и письменном
английском языке согласно "New General Service List"
?
(2818 общеупотребительных слов)

The Oxford 3000 words list.?

Англо-русский синонимический словарь     Англо-русские, русско-английские тематические словари (кулинария,авиа,футбол,экономика,общий,...)

Русские и английские пословицы и поговорки

200 Words of Intermediate TOEFL iBT Vocabulary 1500 Words of Advanced TOEFL iBT Vocabulary


Michael Buckhoff’s TOEFL iBT Exam Vocabulary List.

1500 Words of Advanced TOEFL iBT Vocabulary

Формат статьи
Word, Part of Speech (слово, часть речи)
Word Definition (определение слова)
Sample Sentence (примеры употребления)
[A] B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z

Abandon

verb

to give up without intending to return or claim again

Vinland was the first European Settlement in the New World but now was abandoned.

Antagonize

verb

to act in opposition to; to incur or provoke the hostility of

The summit was further complicated by France and Germany, which had spoken out against the U.S.-led attack on Iraq, choosing to concentrate on rebuilding relations with Washington rather than antagonizing it further.

Abdomen

noun

the part of the body containing the digestive and reproductive organs

In the middle of the abdomen lies a 20 foot long small intestine.

Antic

noun

an attention drawing often wildly playful or funny act or action

The contestants on the African reality -television program may be divided, but their antics have united viewers across the continent and in the process created an unlikely cultural force.

Abduct

verb

to seize or detain a person unlawfully

Child molesters often abduct children within 200 feet of their home.

Antiquity

noun

ancient times, especially before the middle ages

New York, Tokyo, Paris, and Hong Kong are similar to city states of antiquity (e.g. Athens, Rome, Carthage) or medieval times (e.g. the Hanseatic League), except that these modern city -states engage in instant electronic communication and capital transfer, and are the chief recipients of world population growth.

Abundant

adjective

something that is large in number.

Discovered in the 1820s, aluminum is the most abundant metal on earth.

Apartheid

noun

racial segregation; specifically: a policy of segregation and political and economic discrimination against non-European groups in the Republic of South Africa

Mandela, 85 next month, received a Nobel Peace prize for his role in guiding South Africa from apartheid to multiracial democracy.

Accommodation

noun

a place where one can sleep such as a hotel or campground.

In Death Valley, we find the national park headquarters and overnight accommodations in this area, including Furnace Creek Ranch and Furnace Creek Inn.

Apocryphal

adjective

of doubtful authenticity

More than simply a renowned Mississippi writer, the Nobel Prize winning novelist and short story writer, William Faulkner, is acclaimed throughout the world as one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century, one who transformed his "postage stamp" of native soil into an apocryphal setting in which he explored, articulated, and challenged the old truths of the heart.

Accompany

verb

to be added to another for completion or to be with or goes with another.

Landslides, mud flows and debris avalanches frequently accompany other natural disasters such as floods and earthquakes.

Appalled at

verb

to deprive of courage or the power to act as a result of fear, anxiety, or disgust

Many voters were appalled at the misconduct of President Richard Nixon even though they had voted for him.

Accomplice

noun

one associated with another especially in wrongdoing

Besides the genetic testing, the investigation will examine whether an accomplice provided Kid with the pistol he used to kill two deputy sheriffs during the escape.

Apparatus

noun

something, as a machine, devised for a particular function

The right exercise apparatuses help an athlete to increase muscular strength and endurance.

Accumulation

noun

the result of something increases

A landslide occurs when steep slopes are destabilized by excess water accumulation in the soil, the addition of excess weight to the top of a slope, the removal of support from the bottom of a slope, or a combination of the above.

Apparent

adjective

readily seen, perceived, or understood

Many inclusions in diamonds are not discernable to the naked eye and require magnification to become apparent.

Accuse

noun

to make a charge against someone who one believes has done a misdeed

John Adams’ innate conservatism made him determined in 1770 that the British soldiers accused of the Boston Massacre received a fair hearing.

Apparition

noun

a sudden or dramatic appearance of an object or supernatural being

Mercury, known since at least the time of the Sumerians (3rd millennium BC), was given two names by the Greeks: Apollo for its apparition as a morning star and Hermes as an evening star.

Ache

noun

a sensation of physical discomfort occurring as the result of disease or injury

The athlete experienced aches in his right shoulder after pitching nine innings in yesterday ‘s baseball game.

Application

noun

a connection to the matter at hand; the condition of being put to use

A Cognitive Psychology program is especially geared towards the application of formal and computational modeling and neuroscience methods to these basic questions.

Acoustic

adjective

relating to the sound or the sense of hearing

The acoustics of this auditorium are so remarkable that when one drops a pin on the stage, an audience member can hear it hit the floor while sitting in the back.

Apprenticeship

noun

a type of training in which one learns by practical experience under skilled workers in an art, trade, or calling

A young worker bee ‘s apprenticeship includes taking care of the queen and her eggs, cleaning out the hive, cooling the hive by fanning its wings, and attacking intruders.

Acquisition

noun

the act of successfully coming into possession of something

In considering the biology of language acquisition, consider that human language is made possible by special adaptations of the human mind and body that occurred in the course of human evolution, and which are put to use by children in acquiring their mother tongue.

Apt

adjective

having or showing a tendency or likelihood

The thesis is apt to be stated somewhere in the last few paragraphs, in which case the preceding paragraphs gradually lead up to it, or else somewhere right after the introduction, in which case the balance of the essay justifies the statement and refers back to it.

Acronym

noun

NATO, radar, or snafu, formed from the initial letter or letters of each of the successive parts or major parts of a compound term

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known by the Spanish acronym FARC, was seeking a $3 million ransom for the couple, who had three children, they said.

Aquaculture

noun

the cultivation of the natural produce of water such as fish or shellfish

In response to the environmental risks associated with the aquaculture industry, the independent Pew Oceans Commission has called for a moratorium on the expansion of finfish aquaculture (including salmon) until national policies and standards are in place.

Activation

noun

to make active or more active

The learning theory is based on the assumption that although human aggression may be influenced by physiological characteristics, the activation of those characteristics depends on learning and is subject to the person ‘s control.

Aqueduct

noun

artificial channel for carrying water, sometimes in the form of a bridge supported by tall columns across a valley

Some of the water takes a different route, at which point it is carried off by an aqueduct before it reaches the canals.

Activism

noun

a policy of vigorous action in a cause, especially in politics

College president Benjamin Mays and other proponents of Christian social activism influenced Martin Luther King ‘s decision after his junior year at Morehouse to become a minister and thereby serve society.

Archive

noun

collection of something, especially public or document documents

Frozen archives, or ice cores, give scientists unprecedented views of global climate over the eons.

Actualize

verb

to make real or to put into effect

From another perspective, we can also conclude that the village with the most resources is able to better actualize the cultural ideal of choosing marriage partners within the same tribe.

Aromatic

adjective

having a pleasant odor

Used as both a prevention and treatment to many illnesses, aromatic herbs in China were highly valued in ancient times.

Adaptability

noun

to act of becoming suitable to particular situation or use

The knowledge of key social factors and a firm grasp on research design and methods, all of which are learned upon completion of a B.A. in a sociology program, provides breadth and the potential for adaptability in the workplace.

Arrogantly

adverb

with a conceited belief in one's superiority to others

Psychics realize that we arrogantly think of ourselves as unique and as more different than similar, when in fact it is just the opposite.

Adjacent

adjective

sharing a common boundary

When a customer attempts to book hotel accommodations on the Internet, it is sometimes hard to find two adjacent rooms at a discounted rate.

Artery

noun

one of the tubular vessels that carry blood from the heart through the rest of the body

High blood pressure is caused by a resistance to the flow of blood greater than that usually caused by constriction of small arteries throughout the human body.

Adolescent

noun

the period between childhood and adulthood

Because girls strongly relate their self worth to their attractiveness, many adolescents are unhappy with their weight.

Articulate

verb

to put into words

John Adams, in his speeches and writings, championed American rights in Congress. articulated the colonial cause and brilliantly

Adoption

noun

the act of choosing a suitable course of action

Adams helped draft the Declaration of Independence, secured its unanimous Adoption in Congress, and wrote his wife on July 3,1776, that "the most memorable Epoch in the History of America has begun."

Artifact

noun

manmade objects

Vinland, the first European Settlement in the New World, was not believed to be true until archaeologists discovered ancient artifacts in 1960.

Adverse

adjective

acting against or in opposition; tending to discourage, retard, or make more difficult

Adverse effects to smoking are lung cancer and an increased risk of heart attacks.

Artificially

adverb

the manner in which something is produced by man; not natural

Slab and other avalanches can be hard or soft, wet or dry and can be triggered naturally or artificially.

Advisory

noun

a report giving information (as on the weather) and often recommending action to be taken

The World Health Organization (WHO), an agency of the United Nations, lifted its advisory against unnecessary travel to Hong Kong because of the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).

Assail

verb

to attack with harsh, often insulting language; to set upon with violent force

Professor Johnson, accusing the student of blatant plagiarism, assailed the student for several minutes.

Advocate

noun

one that defends or maintains a cause or proposal

Advocates say walk -to -school programs are gaining new momentum from parents and teachers concerned about a childhood obesity epidemic.

Assassinate

verb

the act of killing someone for political or religious reasons

It was unfortunate that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.

Aesthetic

noun

showing good taste

The basic aesthetics of television are not that different from those of movies.

Assert

verb

to state to be true; to put into words positively and with conviction

King sympathized with the student movement and spoke at the founding meeting of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in April 1960, but he soon became the target of criticisms from SNCC activists determined to assert their independence.

Affective

adjective

that which affects or excites emotion

If a learner has anxiety, the affective filters conducive to second language acquisition may be closed, thus making the input in the brain incomprehensible.

Assessment

noun

the act or result of judging the worth or value of something or someone

The instructor will write comments and suggestions on your final draft, and you may choose to keep the grade he gives you or you may revise and resubmit it for reassessment.

Affinal

adjective

A kinsman or ally related by marriage

Elbasi is the richer location and can draw upon wives from more marginal settlements, from families who seek out more favorable domestic conditions for their daughters as well as affinal contacts in prominent communities.

Associative

adjective

resembling someone or something which is united in relationship with another

An example of associative learning is classical conditioning, a form of learning in which two stimuli are associated so that the first evokes the response that normally follows the second.

Afford

verb

to make available, give forth, or provide naturally or inevitably: give

If you ‘re willing to spend $300 to $450, consider a 15-inch LCD. It affords the same viewable area as a 17-inch CRT and takes up far less space.

Assume

verb

to take something for granted without direct proof

Because of this, we can assume that formal instruction has less of an impact on one ‘s learning of English as compared with immersion in that culture or society.

Agent

noun

that by which something is accomplished or some end result achieved

Possible causative agents for brain cancer in firefighters include vinyl chloride, acrylonitrile, and formaldehyde.

Asteroid

noun

any of the small celestial bodies orbiting around the sun, especially between the orbit of Mars and Jupiter.

In the late 1970s, James Arnold of the University of California, San Diego, suggested that impacting comets and water rich asteroids could add water to the lunar surface.

Aggregate

adjective

formed by a collection of particulars into a whole mass or sum, united

A machine travels through a certain path, resulting from the aggregate combination of the parts moving within it.

Atheist

noun

one who denies the existence of a God

Suggesting that there is no concrete proof for the existence of a supreme being, some people are atheists.

Aggression

noun

the act of attacking

The learning theory is based on the assumption that although human aggression may be influenced by physiological characteristics, the activation of those characteristics depends on learning and is subject to the person ‘s control.

Atmospheric

adjective

of or relating to air

Turner and Crook are using a finer scale model built by NCAR scientist Terry Clark to look more closely at mountain convection and how it relates to the larger scale atmospheric flow.

Aglow

adjective

glowing especially with warmth or excitement

Three years later, Thomas Edison announced his invention of the incandescent light bulb, and on New Year ‘s Eve in 1879 drew a crowd of 3,000 visitors to his Menlo Park, New Jersey, complex to see the buildings and grounds aglow in the softer light of his creation.

Atom

noun

smallest particle of a chemical element that can take part in a chemical reaction

Most of the water was split by sunlight into its constituent atoms of hydrogen and oxygen and lost into space, but some migrated by literally hopping along to places where it was very cold.

Alarming

adjective

relating to a sudden sharp apprehension and fear resulting from the perception of imminent danger

Brazil and Indonesia, which contain the world ‘s two largest surviving regions of rain forest, are being stripped at an alarming rate by logging, fires, and land -clearing for agriculture and cattle -grazing.

Atrocity

noun

a monstrous offense or evil

Even though the gorilla has been attributed to many atrocities, it is usually a peace- loving creature that would rather retreat than fight its enemy.

Albeit

conjunction

conceding the fact that; even though

Saliva provides another example, albeit less exotic, of taste modification.

Attribute to

verb

to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

Sulfates, which originate primarily in coal fired power plants, started rising around 1900, which is partially attributed to increased volcanic activity in the Caribbean around the turn of the century.

Alias

noun

a false or assumed name

Similar to past Russian revolutionaries, Joseph Stalin adopted many aliases to evade arrest.

Audit

noun

to methodically examine and review

A recent audit by the inspector general at the Justice Department found ''significant problems'' with the detentions, including allegations of physical abuse.

Alien

noun

A person coming from another country

During World War II, restrictions were imposed upon many aliens in the US, especially if they were of Japanese origin.

Authentic

adjective

worthy of belief because of precision, faithfulness to an original, etc.

These are not counterfeit dollar bills; rather they are authentic bills printed by the United States Treasury.

Alignment

noun

the act of adjusting to a line; the state of being so adjusted

Due to the car accident, his back went out of alignment.

Autobiography

noun

a written account of one's life

Mayu Angelou is best known for her autobiographies: All God ‘s Children Need Traveling Shoes (1986), The Heart of a Woman (1981), Singin’ and Swingin’ and Gettin' Merry Like Christmas (1976), Gather Together in My Name (1974), and I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1969), which was nominated for the National Book Award.

Allocate

verb

to apportion for a specific purpose or to particular persons or things

The industries affected -- including oil refineries, steel, cement, ceramics, glass and paper -- will feel the pinch next March when European Union governments must say how they will allocate the 2 allowances firms will need to operate from 2005.

Avalanche

noun

mass of snow and ice tumbling down a mountain

There are many different types of avalanches, but the one that worries us the most is the "slab" avalanche, in which a mass of cohesive snow releases as a unit.

Alter

noun

the act of changing some particular aspect of someone (i.e., personality) or something

Various triggers can cause the brains alter to take control of the mental processes of the victim for periods of time.

Aviation

noun

airplane manufacture, development, and design

Due to a deep recession and to recent terrorist attacks involving aircraft, the aviation industry is on the verge of economic collapse, with many businesses laying off 1/3 of their workforce.

Alternative

noun

the power or right of choosing

Recently, wind power has become an appealing alternative to fossil based fuels, especially in countries with scarce petroleum and ample wind.

Awkwardness

noun

the state of being characterized by embarrassment and discomfort

The awkwardness of the situation is evident since Alex had to meet with his ex -wife the day before he was to be married to a different woman.

Altitude

noun

the distance of something from a given level, especially referring to sea level

The summit of Mount Everest is at an altitude of 29,000 feet.

Axis

noun

imaginary line about which an object rotates

The Moon ‘s axis of rotation is nearly perpendicular to the plane of its orbit around the Sun, so the Sun always appears at or near the horizon in the polar regions of the Moon.

Amass

verb

to collect for oneself; to gather or pile up especially little by little

Aubrey Huff had two hits and four RBI ‘s, Marlon Anderson hit a three run homer, and Travis Lee and Ben Grieve had consecutive homers in a five run fifth for the Devil Rays, which amassed 18 hits. Every starter had at least one.

Azure

adjective

deep blue color

The white sand and the azure sky entice many vacationers to Destin, Florida.

Amateur

noun

one lacking professional skill

It is learned that the impact might produce a sudden brightening of the comet visible to amateur astronomers with small telescopes.

Absorb

verb

to occupy the full attention of, for example, to take in moisture or liquid

Therapists who believe in the reality of Multiple Personality Disorder generally believe it to be caused by very severe abuse during childhood violence so extreme that the child cannot absorb the trauma in its entirety.

Ambitious

adjective

full of strong desire to achieve something

George Washington was well informed, ambitious, and public spirited.

 

Amid

preposition

in or into the middle of

Fertile lands exist in the Midwest amid the rolling hills and low -lying valleys.

 

Amnesia

noun

having partial or total loss of memory

Lance suffered from temporary amnesia after his brain surgery.

 

Analogous

adjective

possessing the same or almost the same characteristics

Bats’ wings are modifications of the hands of the common mammalian ancestor, whereas flying squirrels’ wings are modifications of its rib cage, hence making the two structures merely analogous: similar in function.

 

Anatomical

adjective

resembling the bodily structure of animals and plants

It ‘s clear that these structures are not homologous to the wings of bats because they have a fundamentally different anatomical plan, reflecting a different evolutionary history.

 

Ancestor

noun

a person from whom one is descended

The scientific question is whether the chimps’ abilities are homologous to human language; that is, whether the two systems show the same basic organization owing to descent from a single system in their common ancestor.

 

Animator

noun

one that contributes to the animation of a cartoon

Disney employed many animators during the production of the movie, The Little Mermaid.

 

Anomaly

noun

something different, abnormal, peculiar, or not easily classified

Science -fiction writers may claim to have created warped space and light bending celestial anomalies, but these are, in fact, actual physical phenomena.