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.
орфографический словари русского языка, большие словари синонимов и антонимов русского языка онлайн. (написание и толкование слов; подбор синонимов и антонимов), словари пословиц и поговорок , словари крылатых выражений и фразеологизмов

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

Habitat

noun

the natural environment of an animal or plant

Fires help habitats and are important to endangered species of animals that rely on these plants for survival.

Hurl

verb

to send through the air with a motion of the hand or arm

During 18 days in May 1924, hundreds of steam explosions from Kilauea hurled mud, debris, and hot rocks weighing as much as 8 tons (7,000 kg) as far as two thirds of a mile (1 km) from the center of Halema ‘uma ‘u the current crater within the larger volcanic depression (caldera) atKilauea ‘s summit.

Haggle

verb

to negotiate over the terms of a purchase, agreement, or contract

Many felt--or were told--that the dealer wouldn ‘t haggle because of special pricing or financing on the vehicle.

Hurtle

verb

to move rapidly or forcefully

The effect would have been as though a lousy cosmic golfer tore up a giant chunk of turf and sent it hurtling into orbit.

Hail

verb

to greet with enthusiastic approval: praise, acclaim

Economists, however, hailed the report, saying it suggested consumer spending could rise at a 3 percent pace in the second quarter.

Hustler

noun

one who deceives another for financial gain

Many hustlers sought to attract visitors and investors to the burgeoning mining areas of California during the 1800's.

Hallucination

noun

an erroneous perception of reality

Certain kinds of illicit drugs are known to cause users to experience hallucinations.

Hybrid

adjective

offspring of two plants or animals of different species or different varieties; a thing composed of diverse elements

Hybrid cars, designed to run on gasoline and electric power, will be more the rule than the exception as US auto manufacturers become more environmentally aware.

Halt

verb

to prevent the occurrence or continuation or a movement, action, or operation

If the neutron star is too large, the gravitational forces overwhelm the pressure gradients and collapse cannot be halted.

Hype

noun

extravagant or intensive publicity promotion

Although several successful mining ventures were launched, much of the hype was bogus, a fact which suggests that most miners did not make much money even though they were told that they would.

Hammer

verb

to make repeated efforts; especially : to reiterate an opinion or attitude

The most effective technique is to start with the dealer ‘s cost and bargain slowly up from there, rather than starting with the asking price and trying to hammer that downwards.

Hypersensitive

adjective

being extremely sensitive to something; having an acute reaction to external stimuli

Immunizing patients with bee venom can better prevent serious or even fatal reactions to the more than one million Americans who are hypersensitive to bee stings.

Hamper by

verb

the interfere with the progress of

Electric car production is hampered by the limited energy supply of their batteries.

Hypnosis

noun

state like sleep in which one acts only on external suggestion

Most people have observed mild dissociative episodes in which they lose touch with their surroundings. Examples include daydreaming, highway hypnosis, or losing oneself in a movie or book.

Handicap

verb

to have an unfavorable condition, circumstance, or characteristic

In searching for a cure for the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) virus, researchers have been handicapped because of a lacking of funding by the government.

Hypothesize

verb

a proposition made as basis for reasoning, without the assumption of its truth

One attempt to solve the dark matter problem hypothesizes the existence of an undiscovered particle already existed in the very early universe.

Handicraft

noun

an occupation requiring great skill with the hands; the articles fashioned by those engaged in handicraft

Acting as a sideline to farming and other occupations, traditional handicrafts are important to many Native American tribes.

Hypoxia

noun

a deficiency of oxygen reaching the tissues of the body

When climbers reach the summit of Mount Everest, few feel as if they ‘re on top of the world. The thin air at this extreme altitude offers only a third of the oxygen available at sea level. Lack of oxygen, or hypoxia, starts a chain of reactions that can result in altitude sickness.

Hardy

adjective

capable of withstanding adverse conditions

Llamas are used to protect cattle and sheep herds from wolves. Among the oldest domestic animals in the world, they are hardy, intelligent, and easy to train.

 

Harness

verb

to make use of, i.e., natural resources, especially to produce energy

The challenge of the 21st century is to harness such forces, and civic will, for strategic regional planning.

 

Hatch

verb

to cause to come into existence

The Goliath and Hercules Beetle lay their eggs in rubbish heap, rotting tree trunks, sawdust, and other vegetative matter. These hatch into small larvae in 10 to 18 days.

 

Hatchling

noun

an animal which has recently emerged from an egg, chrysalis, or pupa

Being a fraction of the size of sea -feeding adults, the parr are able to sneak up and fertilize a female ‘s eggs without being noticed. Up to 40 percent of hatchlings are fathered by these parr.

 

Hazardous

adjective

involving risk, loss, or injury

It is prohibited to dispose of hazardous waste along the highway.

 

Head-on

adjective

with the head or front making the initial contact

Strong neck and shoulder muscles and an extracollisions.

 

Head

verb

to point or proceed in a certain direction

Dr. Eric Topol, cardiology chief at the Cleveland Clinic, said the polypill idea runs counter to the way medicine is headed in the future, which is toward personalized medication based on an individual ‘s genetic profile.

 

Headfirst

adverb

with the head foremost

Like black bears, porcupines climb down a tree backward because their hind paws cannot support them if they go down headfirst.

 

Headquarters

noun

administrative center of an organization

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

 

Headwater

noun

streams flowing at the sources of a river

Lake Itasca, located in upstate Minnesota, River. thick skull absorb the impact of head-on contains the headwaters to the Mississippi

 

Headway

noun

forward movement

Remarkably, the Salmon fish makes significant headway against the swift currents of a river.

 

Heaps

noun

a disordered pile of something

Many insects are known to lay their eggs in garbage heaps.

 

Hearing

noun

a chance to be heard; preliminary appearance in a court, a chance to state someone's case

Adams ‘s innate conservatism made him determined in 1770 that the British soldiers accused of the Boston Massacre be given a fair hearing.

 

Heartland

noun

a central geographical region especially of the U.S. in which main stream or traditional values predominate

His story dramatizes the profound changes taking place in America ‘s heartland.

 

Hemisphere

noun

half of the earth as divided by the equator

Badwater is the lowest point in the hemisphere at 282 feet below sea level.

 

Herald

verb

to make known the presence or arrival of

With ominous dark clouds quickly approaching from the horizon, the storm heralded trouble for the city of Tupelo.

 

Herculean

adjective

Greek hero renowned for his great strength and especially for performing 12 labors imposed on him by Hera; often not capitalized: of extraordinary power, extent, intensity, or difficulty

But despite the herculean title, there ‘s one thing he hasn ‘t mastered. After hundreds of media interviews, roles in three films, and a large fan base that Viesturs calls the "Grateful Ed Tour," he still struggles to fully answer this question: Why climb?

 

Heredity

noun

the sum of the qualities and potentialities genetically derived from one's ancestors

Heredity may sometimes be a deciding factor in why some people become clinically obese.

 

Heresy

noun

an opinion, doctrine, or practice contrary to the truth or to generally accepted beliefs

Vigorously opposing this teaching, the First Council of Constantinople reasserted the Nicene condemnation of Arianism as heresy in 381, and Arianism soon disappeared from the Roman Empire.

 

Heretofore

adverb

up to this time; hitherto

Satellites, combined with state -of -the -art imaging techniques, offer ordinary humans something heretofore found only among comic -book superheroes: the gift of super sight.

 

Heyday

noun

the period of one's greatest strength, vigor, or prosperity

After all, you don ‘t have to be a wizard to realize that overloading on real estate today makes about as much sense as overloading on tech funds did during their heyday in the late '90s.

 

Hiatus

noun

an interruption in time or continuity; break

After a six -year hiatus in human space flight, NASA debuted the space shuttle Columbia with a radical new idea: a reusable spaceship that would take off like a conventional rocket and land like a glider.

 

Hibernate

verb

to spend the winter in a state of temporary inactivity

Snakes hibernate in the burrows of other small animals, but they are often seen laying in the sun on rocks, and on the side of roads.

 

Hide

noun

the skin of an animal

The Assiniboine, a tribe of Plains Indians, made their clothing from the hides of their dead prey.

 

Hieroglyphics

noun

written in, or constituting, or belonging to a system of writing in mainly pictorial characters

It is agreed by most historians that the English alphabet descended from ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics.

 

Highlight

verb

to draw attention to something, such as marking a text with a yellow pen

An active reader underlines or highlights important points he has just read.

 

Hijack

verb

to steal by stopping a vehicle on the highway; to commandeer a flying airplane especially by coercing the pilot at gunpoint

A fourth airplane traveling from Newark to San Francisco was hijacked and, after turning east from its westerly course across Pennsylvania and Ohio, crashed in rural Somerset County, Pennsylvania at 10:03 a.m.

 

Hind

noun

forming the part that follows or is behind; rear

When bats sleep, they hang their head downwards from the long curved claws of their hind limbs.

 

Hollow

adjective

a space in an otherwise solid mass

The entire digestive system from the mouth to the anal sphincter is a single, long, hollow muscular tube about 30 feet long.

 

Home run

noun

a hit in baseball that enables the batter to make a complete circuit of the bases and score a run

The controversial supplement used by baseball slugger Mark McGwire during his 1998 record -breaking home run streak has once again struck out. Researchers found that androstenedione, known as "andro" for short, doesn ‘t live up to its marketers’ claims.

 

Homologous

adjective

having the same relation, relative position; corresponding

Though artificial chimp signaling systems have some analogies to human language (e.g., use in communication, combinations of more basic signals), it seems unlikely that they are homologous.

 

Hoodlum

noun

gangster, thug, goon

In some inner cities, there are hoodlums who steal cars and sell drugs.

 

Hoof

noun

relating to a curved covering of horn that protects the front of or encloses the ends of her digits of an ungulate mammal and that corresponds to a nail or claw

Large hoofed animals such as sheep tend travel in groups called flocks.

 

Host

noun

a very large number of things grouped together

At the old school, there are a host of old desks, chairs, and tables which could be auctioned off at the outdoor market next week.

 

Hostile

adjective

having or showing unfriendliness or an eagerness to fight

The Sioux fought against hostile tribes and white intruders.

 

Hot spot

noun

a place in the upper mantle of the earth at which hot magma from the lower mantle up wells to melt through the crust usually in the interior of a tectonic plate to form a volcanic feature; a place in the crust overlying a hot spot

Volcanoes located away from the edges of continental plates puzzled scientists for years, until most concluded that hotspots of lava rising from deep in the Earth were the cause.

 

Household

noun

things pertaining to the family living in a house

Group A and Group B had to remember sixteen household items in a given set of time. The group, which was given the items in an organized fashion, remembered the items faster and retained the list longer.

 

Hue

noun

gradation of color; the attribute of colors that permits them to be classed as red, yellow, green, blue, or an intermediate between any contiguous pair of these colors

On our image quality tests, the system ‘s 17-inch FPD1730 LCD monitor displayed crisp and legible fonts on a newsletter and vibrant hues on a test photo.

 

Humanitarian

noun

characterized by kindness and concern for others

Georgia was established by a group of humanitarians who were determined to create a settlement for debtors imprisoned in British jails.

 

Hunk

noun

an irregularly shaped mass of indefinite size

Frederic Remington, having some success also as a sculptor, was known to take a hunk of clay and in just a few months turn it into a work or of art.

 

Hunker

verb

to settle in or dig in for a sustained period

Hunkered down in a windowless conference room, five scholars analyzed a high school student ‘s essay with a scrutiny normally reserved for the likes of Hemingway or Dickens.