Англо-русский онлайн словарь c транскрипцией. Русско-английский словарь.

Переводчик с транскрипцией.
Правила чтения в английском языке, словообразование. Перевод цифр на английский,с транскрипцией.
Составление русских и английских слов из букв онлайн.
Англо-русский словарь идиом с примерами употребления. Фразовые глаголы с примерами употребления.

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.?

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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

Babble

verb

to talk aimlessly or incoherently

At approximately the age of six months, a child begins to babble, but many of the sounds he/she makes may not yet carry meaning for the child.

Buffer

adjective

something serving to separate two items; something acting as a cushion

Georgia was valued by the British as a buffer zone to protect the highly valued Carolinas against attack from the Spanish in Florida and the French in Louisiana.

Backed

adjective

characterized as promoting the interests or cause of or upholding or defending as valid

The U.S. House earlier this year passed a Bush administration backed measure that would ban both types of cloning. The measure hasn ‘t been acted on in the Senate.

Buggy

noun

a light one horse carriage made with four wheels

Before the invention of the automobile, the horse and buggy was a popular form of transportation.

Backsplash

noun

the act of hurling or scattering a liquid in a reverse motion of its normal path

At the lower end of the esophagus, a one way valve (the esophageal sphincter) prevents the backsplash of stomach contents upward into the esophagus.

Built-up

adjective

covered with buildings

Crime tends to occur in heavily built-up areas since they are more opportunities for the criminals.

Bald

noun

without the usual covering

Chemotherapy causes patients to become bald although it is usually a temporary condition.

Bundle

verb

to make into a bundle or package: wrap; to include a product or service with a related product

for sale at a single price Gateway bundled a wealth of blank media for these tasks, including six DVD -R and one DVD -RAM disc, as well as three CD -RW and five CD -R discs.

Ballistic

adjective

moving under the force of gravity only

A method of stretching is ballistic which involves ‘bouncing’ in your stretch.

Burgeoning

adjective

to become greater in number, amount, or intensity

Before the mid 1800s, there was no "Dante ‘s View," nor was there a "Devil ‘s Corn Field." These names were coined by the hustlers and con -men who sought to attract visitors and investors to this burgeoning mining area.

Balmy

adjective

not severe, temperate

It is balmy in Paris and the birds and the bees are busy.

Burrow

noun

a hollow place used as an animal's dwelling

The Western Diamondback Rattlesnake hibernates in the burrows of other small animals, but is often seen lying in the sun on rocks and on the side of roads.

Banal

adjective

without freshness or appeal due to overuse

At a garage sale, what may seem as banal objects to one person may be valued by another.

Burst

noun

a concentrated outpouring, as of missiles, words, or blows

A sudden burst of recognition came upon Albert Einstein on November 7,1919, when British astronomers announced they had found the first confirmation of Einstein ‘s theory of relativity.

Bandage

noun

a therapeutic material applied to a wound

To stop the bleeding and to prevent infection, the paramedic put bandages on the woman ‘s cut arm.

Butchered

adjective

relating to slaughtering and dressing for market or killing in a barbarous manner

The fossils include two adult males and one child and are estimated to be 160,000 years old. They were found among stone tools and butchered hippopotamus bones.

Bard

noun

someone who writes verse or poetry

Sir Walter Scott, a Scottish hero and bard, published many works still read in college classes today.

 

Baron

noun

a man of great power or influence in some field of activity

Jesse Fish, a native from New York City, moved to St. Augustine where he became Florida ‘s first orange baron.

 

Baseline

noun

a set of critical observations or data used for comparison or a control

Sales calls made within one state will fall under the new rules, setting a national baseline above which states can set tougher guidelines if they wish.

 

Basin

noun

the region drained by a river system, an area sunk below its surroundings

Sitting just west of the Nevada boundary, in the basin and range district of the Mojave Desert, Death Valley is all but surrounded by mountain ranges, with a few roads connecting the valley to the outside world through narrow passes.

 

Befriend

verb

to favor, to act as a friend to

Later the Mozart children displayed (1763-66) their talents to audiences in Germany, in Paris, at court in Versailles, and in London (where Wolfgang wrote his first symphonies and was befriended by Johann Christian Bach, whose musical influence on Wolfgang was profound).

 

Belabor

verb

to hit heavily and repeatedly

It is not the point of this discussion to belabor the issues of abortion. Rather, we will examine why women choose to have one.

 

Berserk

adjective

in a violent rage, especially to "go" berserk

After finding out that his wife had cheated on him, the murder suspect allegedly went berserk and shot her five times.

 

Bestow

verb

to convey as a gift -- usually used with on or upon

According to tradition, Brigit took vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience in the presence of the missionary bishop, Saint Patrick, who bestowed on her the nun ‘s veil.

 

Bewildering

adjective

difficult to understand or solve: puzzling

From components to software to accessories, new PCs offer a bewildering array of choices, and for some folks, sifting through the large number of options can be daunting.

 

Bicentennial

adjective

lasting two hundred years or occurring every two hundred years

Maya Angelou returned to the United States in 1974 and was appointed by Gerald Ford to the Bicentennial Commission and later by Jimmy Carter to the Commission for International Woman of the Year.

 

Binding

noun

the act of making fast or firmly fixed by means of a cord, rope, etc.

A properly constructed shoe supports and protects the foot without any pressure or binding.

 

Bipedal

adjective

a two footed animal

Anatomical details indicate that A. anamnesis, a hominid whose remains were discovered by Leakey in 1995 in Kenya, to between 4.07million and 4.17million years ago, was capable of bipedal walking.

 

Birthmark

noun

brown or red mark on one's body from birth; a naturally occurring mark on an inanimate

object Almost all diamonds contain very tiny natural birthmarks known as inclusions.

 

Bitter

adjective

bitingly feeling or showing unfriendliness

After the government lent the two companies money and gave them large sections of land for every mile they built, the Central Pacific Railroad and the Union Pacific Railroad became bitter rivals, with each company laying as much track as possible.

 

Bizarre

adjective

departing from the customary

The stars would be moving three times faster across the sky while observers at other points on Mercury ‘s surface would see different but equally bizarre motions.

 

Blanketed

verb

to extend over the surface

One could see what the world was like when ice sheets a thousand feet thick blanketed Canada and northern Europe, or when the Indonesian volcano Toba blew its top in the largest volcanic eruption of the last half million years.

 

Blaze

noun

the visible signs of combustion (a fire)

Once any blaze begins to threaten human life or property or there is high danger of wildfire, the blaze is to be stopped or controlled.

 

Bleak

adjective

cold and forbidding; dark and depressing

One bleak wintery day, a major snowstorm dumped 34 inches on Buffalo, New York.

 

Blemish

noun

something that mars the appearance

In addition to internal inclusions in a diamond, surface irregularities are referred to as blemishes.

 

Blend

verb

to mingle in a way that is not readily noticeable

But other poisonous animals blend into their environments, perhaps because they use their poisons to attack and disable prey.

 

Blight

noun

a deteriorated condition

Think of the inner city and you envision images of physical blight, high crime and moral decay. But up against that bad news image, there ‘s a good news reality-- and it ‘s emerging in the heart of the inner city.

 

Blob

noun

a small drop or lump of something viscid or thick ; a daub or spot of color

A pink blob indicating above normal fire danger colors the map across eastern Oregon and southwestern Idaho, and then reaches down the Sierra Nevada through Southern California and into western Arizona.

 

Bloodstream

noun

the flowing blood in a circulatory system

When responding to sudden fright, the human brain releases adrenaline, the fight -or- flight hormone, into the bloodstream.

 

Bog down

verb

to sink or submerge in mud or mire; idiom: to become overly concerned with something at the point of distraction

Then read the essay over once, quickly, looking for the main idea, for what the essay is about in general, and for what the author seems to be saying. Don ‘t get bogged down in details.

 

Bogus

adjective

fraudulently or deceptively imitative

Although several successful mining ventures were launched, much of the hype was bogus.

 

Bombard

verb

to direct a concentrated outpouring at something such as missiles, words, or blows

The lunar surface is bombarded with water rich objects such as comets, and scientists have suspected that some of the water in these objects could migrate to permanently dark areas at the lunar poles, perhaps accumulating to useable quantities.

 

Bone

noun

any piece of hard tissue making up the skeleton

Another benefit of exercising is that it increases bone mass.

 

Boon

noun

something beneficial

The tax reduction package passed by congress last year was a boon to middle class households with annual earnings less than $75,000.

 

Boost

verb

to push or shove up from below; increase or raise

Vivendi was also boosted as Moody ‘s Investors Service late Thursday said that it had changed the outlook on the Franco -American group to stable from negative.

 

Botch

verb

to foul up hopelessly -- often used with 'up'

The Maryland inmate claims inexperienced lawyers badly botched his trial.

 

Brace

verb

to get ready as for an attack

Emergency officials braced for more rain Tuesday following storms that sent torrents of mud and water down already saturated hillsides in central Appalachia, forcing dozens of people to flee their homes and blocking roads.

 

Branch out

verb

to extend activities over a wide area; to increase in dimensions, scope, or inclusiveness

In the early 1800's, factories were most common in Massachusetts although they later branched out into the more populous areas of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

 

Brand

verb

to mark with a brand or name

By the mid - 90's Patagonian Tooth fish was a highly prized catch, branded 'white gold' by industrial long range fishing fleets.

 

Breadth

noun

the extent of something from side to side

Regardless of your career path, the breadth of your preparation as a liberal arts major is very important.

 

Breakage

noun

an act, instance, or consequence of making something unusable or inoperative

Homeowners with hillside homes can recognize the beginnings of slope failure through the following indicators: stairs that have pulled away from the building, widening of previously patched cracks in driveways, yards creaking and making groaning sounds, breakage of underground utility lines, or leakage from swimming pools.

 

Breakthrough

noun

an offensive thrust that penetrates and carries beyond a defensive line in warfare; an act or instance of breaking through an obstruction; a sudden advance especially in knowledge or technique [a medical breakthrough] a person's first notable success

The possibility of a breakthrough raised hopes for some progress toward peace on the 1,000th day of the current intifada, the Palestinian uprising against Israel.

 

Breeding

adjective

characterized by producing descendants directly from the same parents or ancestors

The larval stage of the Rhinoceros Beetle lasts for 2.5 to 7 months after which pupation takes place within the breeding site.

 

Brew

verb

to prepare as beer or ale by steeping, boiling, and fermentation or by infusion and fermentation

People have been brewing and fermenting alcoholic drinks since the dawn of civilization.

 

Brilliant

adjective

having of showing intelligence, often of a high order

His speeches and writings (especially a newspaper series signed "Novanglus" in 1775) articulating the colonial cause and his brilliant championing of American rights in Congress caused Thomas Jefferson to call him the "Colossus of Independence."

 

Bristle

noun

a short stiff coarse hair or filament

Caterpillars of giant silkworm moths and royal moths often bear stiff bristles on their bodies.

 

Brooch

noun

an ornament that is held by a pin or clasp and is worn at or near the neck

Even though most people do not believe that birthstone ‘s affect the wearer ‘s life, many still choose their birthstones to be set in rings, brooches, and other pieces of jewelry.

 

Bubble up

verb

to become progressively greater as in size, amount, number, or intensity

When it comes to home prices, Bergson does not believe values are bubbling up, reasoning that prices are being driven higher by income gains as well as a shortage of supply.