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

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Правила чтения в английском языке, словообразование. Перевод цифр на английский,с транскрипцией.
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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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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

Radioactivity

noun

the emission of ionizing radiation or particles caused by the spontaneous disintegration of atomic nuclei

Each layer of ice in a core corresponds to a single year or sometimes even a single season and most everything that fell in the snow that year remains behind, including wind blown dust, ash, atmospheric gases, even radioactivity.

Renaissance

noun

the revival of art and literature under the influence of classical models in the 14th and 16th centuries; a revival of or renewed interest in something

Los trabajos is the best evidence not only of the survival of Greek novelistic themes but also of the survival of forms and ideas of the Spanish novel of the second Renaissance.

Raid

verb

to attack in order to steal, destroy, or conquer

Crows sometimes raid the nests and eat the eggs and the young of smaller birds.

Render

verb

to present a lifelike image of

X -rays differentiate between bone and air, certain other organs invisible. hence rendering the liver, the pancreas and

Rally

verb

with reference to troops bring or come together again so as to continue fighting

In a last effort to regain control of Shiloh, the confederate troops rallied against the union soldiers in a three day raging battle.

Renowned

noun

the state of being famous.

He quickly became renowned for his religious theme paintings which were popular with the art buying public.

Ramble

verb

to move aimlessly from place to place; to explore idly

NASA launches the first of two golf cart size rovers that will ramble across the rocky, red soil of Mars and drill for evidence that the Red Planet once had enough water to support life.

Rent

verb

to separate one part of a substance or object from another: tear; often used with apart

The colossal impact must have nearly rent the young Earth apart.

Ramshackle

noun

appearing ready to collapse; carelessly or loosely constructed

Both are lonely in their ramshackle surroundings and, over a series of gin rummy games, they become acquainted.

Repercussion

noun

a remote or indirect consequence of some action

Another group doesn ‘t want to risk repercussions while perhaps another group just doesn ‘t care one way or the other.

Range

noun

the area of variation between limits on a particular scale: the car's outside my price range

Flexibility is the ability to move joints freely through their full range of motion.

Repetition

noun

the action or an instance of repeating or being repeated; a thing that repeats another

This would be a weight lifter performing multiple repetitions of a light weight.

Rarity

noun

the state or quality of being far beyond what is usual, normal, or customary

If the inclusions are not visible to the naked eye, a higher clarity does not really improve the appearance of a diamond but rather the rarity and price

Replete

adjective

fully or abundantly provided or filled

Gateway threw in a near library of primers for mastering the ins and outs of video editing. One, replete with colorful illustrations, shows you how to capture, create, and share movies.

Ratchet

verb

to cause to move by steps or degrees - usually used with up or down

Since Sept. 11, Beijing has ratcheted up its bluster against Xinxiang ‘s Uighur separatists.

Repulsion

noun

the force with which bodies, particles, or like forces repel one another

Einstein added a cosmological constant to his theory and that term represented a repulsion (pushing away) of every point in space by the surrounding points, acting against gravitational attraction.

Rate-slashing

adjective

to reduce sharply

The Fed started its rate-slashing campaign in 2001, and by January 2002, the average interest rate on credit cards had fallen by more than 2 percentage points. But then they began a steady creep upward.

Rescue

verb

save from a dangerous or distressing situation

The easiest way to rescue you is to not get into trouble in the first place.

Ratio

noun

the quantitative relation between two amounts showing the number of times one value

contains or is contained within the other Mercury is the only body in the solar system known to have an orbital/rotational resonance with a ratio other than 1:1.

Reservoir

noun

a large natural or artificial lake used as a source of water supply; a place where fluid collects, especially in rock strata or in the body

The water builds up behind the dam and spreads out to form an artificial lake or reservoir.

Ravenous

adjective

desiring or craving food

Ladybugs, those polka -doted little beetles, have a ravenous appetite for aphids and other insects, which is why they can be used in place of insecticides in the citrus industry of California.

Residence

noun

the fact of residing somewhere; the place where a person resides; a person ‘s home

His principal residence during the next several months was near Paris, France, just around the corner from the Luxembourg Gardens, where he spent much of his time; his written description of the gardens would later be revised for the closing of his novel Sanctuary.

Raw

adjective

uncooked; in its natural state, not processed

The chlorophyll captures the light energy and uses this energy to build carbohydrates from simple raw materials (water, carbon dioxide and minerals).

Resolve

verb

settle or find a solution to; decide firmly on a course of action

After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the United States resolved to enter War.

Reacquaint

verb

to re-familiarize oneself with someone or something; to cause to know about or be aware of something or someone which was once familiar

Page through the text and/or your notebook to reacquaint yourself with the important points.

Resonance

noun

the quality of being resonant; physics: the reinforcement or prolongation of sound by reflection or synchronous vibration

It is now known that Mercury rotates three times in two of its years. Mercury is the only body in the solar system known to have an orbital/rotational resonance with a ratio other than 1:1.

Readily

adverb

without hesitation, willingly; without difficulty, easily

The developments in the music of Rhythm and Blues of the mid to late 1980's are readily apparent, especially the pervasive influence of hip -hop.

Respectively

adverb

separately or individually and in the order already mentioned

Authors Jones and Dewey are respectively touted as prominent west coast and east coast psychics.

Reality

noun

the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them

Cervantes ‘s work, a keen critique of the literature of his time, presented the clash between reality and the ideals which Don Quixote sought to revive, and at the same time originated the theme of the clairvoyance of insanity.

Respiration

noun

the action of breathing; a single breath

Warm ups prepare your body for the exercise ahead by increasing heart rate and respiration, and thus supplying energy (heat, oxygen) to the cells.

Realize

verb

become fully aware of as a fact; understand clearly

Although they loved Vinland, they realized there would always be trouble living with the Indians.

Resume

verb

begin again or continue after a pause or interruption

At that point the Sun would stop, briefly reverse course, and stop again before resuming its path toward the horizon and decreasing in apparent size.

Rear

verb

to take care of and educate [a child]

The life cycle of insects is so short that many generations can be reared each year.

Retain

verb

continue to have; keep possession of; absorb and continue to hold

In -marriage also has the effect of retaining property within family lines, especially where women are allowed to inherit.

Recall

verb

remember; cause one to remember or think of; officially order to return

They cannot recall having made withdrawals from their bank account signed for in a strange handwriting.

Retard

adjective

less advanced in mental, physical, or social development than is usual for one ‘s age

Binet was commissioned by the government in France to make recommendations about how to educate retarded children.

Recede

verb

move back or farther away; gradually diminish

Fortunately, after three days of Sunshine and no rain, the floods from the American River receded back into its banks.

Retinue

noun

a group of advisers or assistants accompanying an important person

In 1569 he went to Italy as part of Cardenal Acquaviva ‘s retinue and after signing up as a soldier in 1570 fought in the battle of Lepanto aboard the galley Marquesa.

Receptor

noun

a cell or group of cells that receive stimuli; sense organ

Although the vibration receptor on the spider ‘s leg seems most sensitive to frequencies above 1,000 hertz, previous research had indicated that vibrations induced by trapped prey never exceeded that frequency.

Retrieve

verb

get or bring back

The long cylinders of ancient ice that they retrieve provide a dazzlingly detailed record of what was happening in the world over the past several ice ages.

Recipient

noun

a person who receives something.

Modern city -states engage in instant electronic communication and capital transfer, and are the chief recipients of world population growth.

Revenue

adjective

relating to the total income produced by a given source

Resellers intent on building a steady revenue stream continue to fill backrooms with assembly tools, components and test gear to turn out house -branded computer equipment.

Reciprocity

noun

the practice of exchanging things with others for mutual benefit

It is important that a relationship be friendly and express group reciprocity.

Revere

verb

respect or admire deeply

He continued to be revered after his death from a fall while painting in 1682.

Recitation

noun

musical declamation of the kind usual in the narrative and dialogue parts of opera and oratorio

The program included songs and recitations of well -loved poems.

Reverse

verb

move backwards; make something the opposite of what it was

It would seem socially unacceptable if the phrases above were reversed.

Reclaiming

verb

retrieve or recover; bring (waste land or land formerly under water) under cultivation

Until we can discover an inexpensive system for reclaiming sea water, we must all work together to make sure there is fresh clean water for the next generations.

Revise

verb

examine and improve or amend text; reconsider and alter an opinion or judgment

A brief description of the invention, planning and drafting, middle draft peer review, final draft, and revised final draft stages will be explained by various students whom I have asked to speak today.

Recombining

verb

to put together again into one mass so that the constituent parts are more or less homogeneous

By recombining the atoms of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen in different combinations, the plant creates the different carbohydrates.

Revitalize

verb

to give new life or vigor to

Natural flooding of rivers revitalizes the habitats of many plants and animals and enriches soils for planting.

Reconstitute

verb

to form or make up again or anew

U.S. officials emphasized this was not evidence Iraq had a nuclear weapon -- but it was evidence the Iraqis concealed plans to reconstitute their nuclear program as soon as the world was no longer looking.

Rigid

adjective

incapable of changing or being modified

Intense heat changes the nature of clay so that it becomes stony and rigid.

Recovered

verb

return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength

Therapists believe that the appropriate therapy involves the recovery of childhood abuse memories, through recovered memory therapy re -integration of alters into the dominant personality.

Rigorous

adjective

not deviating from correctness, accuracy, or completeness

The standards of validity for experimental research are so rigorous that it may take a researcher several years to get his results published in a scholarly journal.

Rectangular

adjective

a plane figure with four straight sides and four right angles, and with unequal adjacent sides

Betsy Johnson lives in a humble three bedroom rectangular shaped house.

Rim

noun

the upper or outer edge of something more or less circular

The bicyclists raced around the southern rim of the Grand Canyon

Recycled

adjective

into reusable material; use again

To save paper, one should consider buying books made only with recycled paper.

Rip

verb

to separate or pull apart by force

To fully exterminate an ant colony, the must be located and treatedand in some cases, walls must be ripped open.

Redact

verb

to put in writing; to select or adapt for publication

Court documents related to the guardian ‘s medical plan for J.D. are redacted and do not disclose when and where the young woman will be taken to give birth.

Ripple

noun

a small wave or series of waves; a gentle rising and falling sound that spreads through a group of people

Muscular contractions cause a ripple-like movement that carries the contents down the small intestine - somewhat like a conveyor belt.

Redeem

verb

to free from a lien by payment of an amount secured thereby; to remove the obligation of by payment

By redeeming this debt early, we continue with our stated policy to further reduce the company ‘s total debt position.

Risk

noun

a situation involving exposure to danger

Another group doesn ‘t want to risk repercussions while perhaps another group just doesn ‘t care one way or the other.

Reflexive

adjective

acting or happening without apparent forethought, prompting, or planning

Because the dogs’ salivation is reflexive, Pavlov decided to analyze how the dogs learned to associate the bell with being fed.

Ritual

noun

a religious or solemn ceremony involving a series of actions performed according to a set order

There are seven sacraments or rituals in the Catholic Church.

Reform

verb

make changes in something in order to improve it; cause to abandon an immoral or criminal lifestyle

In a short time, the reforms might well be a dynamic instability in the care and networking of patients with cardiovascular diseases.

Rivet

noun

a headed pin or bolt used for uniting two or more pieces by passing the shank through a

hole in each piece and then beating or pressing down the other end to make a second head Second only to iron and steel, aluminum is used in the construction of lawn chairs, baseball bats, air and space vehicles, and even the rivets that hold them together.

Refract

verb

to cause to move, especially at an angle; to bend

Sound waves traveling upward may be refracted by the difference in temperature and redirected toward the ground.

Root

noun

a rhizome; a plant on to which another variety is grafted

Born in Atlanta on January 15,1929, Dr. Martin Luther King ‘s roots were formed in the African -American Baptist church.

Refrain from

verb

stop oneself from doing something

He refrained from hitting him back.

Rotate

verb

move in a circle round an axis

It is now known that Mercury rotates three times in two of its years.

Regardless of

adverb

despite the prevailing circumstances

For example, some argue that regardless of any individual ‘s desire to get married, the community as a whole should support official recognition of their right to do so.

Rotation

noun

the action or process of rotating

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.

Regenerate

verb

re-grow new tissue; bring new and more vigorous life to an area or institution

But Davis and Trier have found that mesoscale convective vortexes play a key role in helping storms regenerate over two or more days.

Rough

adjective

having an uneven or irregular surface, not smooth or level; approximate

While these data are at best rough estimates, there is one certainty we spent only a tiny percentage of the $800 billion on prevention.

Regime

noun

a government in power

He said the European Union would extend its ban on visits by Myanmar officials, warning that further pressure would follow "unless the regime moves rapidly to restore civilian rule and democracy."

Route

noun

a way or course taken in getting from a starting point to a destination

Grapevine Canyon is one of the three eastern exit routes from Death Valley, and the location of Scotty ‘s Castle.

Regiment

noun

a permanent unit of an army, typically divided into several smaller units and often into two battalions; a large number of people or things

William Tecumseh Sherman, division commander, was quoted saying to reporters, "Take your regiment to Ohio. No enemy is nearer than Corinth."

Routine

noun

a sequence of actions regularly followed; a fixed unvarying program

This is important in sports such as track and field and football, as well as routine activities such as lifting groceries or moving furniture.

Region

noun

an area of a country or the world having definable characteristics but not always fixed boundaries; an administrative district of a city or country

Arnold speculated that the Polar Regions might have areas that are permanently shadowed, hence permanently cold.

Rubbish

noun

waste material; refuse or litter

It lays its eggs in rubbish heaps, rotting trees trunks, sawdust, and other vegetative matter.

Regulatory

verb

control or maintain the rate or speed of a machine or process; control or supervise by means of rules and regulations

Some alters create new alters as needed. Others perform a system regulatory function; they determine which alter will be in charge at a given time.

Rubble

noun

broken fragments, especially of a building

During the San Francisco earthquake at the beginning of the 20th century, many buildings were reduced to nothing more but a pile of rubble.

Regurgitate

verb

to throw or pour back or out from or as if from a cavity

California condors are scavengers, eating dead animals and carcasses left by hunters. Some condors will regurgitate their food if they feel threatened.

Rudimentary

adjective

involving or limited to basic principles

To show why the chimpanzees signaling system is not homologous to human language, Zachary says that chimpanzees require massive regimented teaching sequences contrived by humans to acquire quite rudimentary abilities.

Rehabilitation

verb

restore to health or normal life by training and therapy after imprisonment, addiction, or illness

Cardiac rehabilitation professionals find themselves increasingly drawn into discussions about healthcare reform, particularly when it relates to cost containment.

Rule out

verb

to keep from being admitted, included, or considered

Eventually, experimental tests by Army Majors William Gorgas and Walter Reed ruled out dirt and poor sanitation conditions as causes of Yellow Fever, and a mosquito was the suspected carrier.

Rehearse

verb

to do or perform repeatedly so as to master

The bride and the groom usually rehearse their wedding ceremony before the actual day of the wedding.

Run

verb

to do in a formal manner or according to prescribed ritual: do

Picking up on Safronov ‘s general ideas, Hartmann and Davis ran calculations of the rate of growth of the 2nd -largest, 3rd largest, etc., bodies in the general vicinity of Earth, as the Earth itself was growing.

Relative

adjective

considered in relation or in proportion to something else; existing or possessing a characteristic only in comparison to something else

The precise composition, and relative proportions of that dust and gas, holds clues to the materials and physical conditions present in the frigid outer regions of the solar system where comets are formed.

Runoff

noun

the portion of precipitation on land that ultimately reaches streams often with dissolved or suspended material

The ground is completely saturated, so everything is runoff. We could have flash floods just about any time.

Remarkable

adjective

extraordinary or striking.

Leopold was a successful composer and violinist and assistant concertmaster at the Salzburg court, whose archbishop, Sigismund von Schrattenbach, encouraged the activities of Leopold and his remarkable children.

Rural

adjective

relating to or characteristic of the countryside rather than the town

Marriage patterns in rural Turkey are noticeably influenced by endogamous preferences within both villages and kinship groups.

Remedy

noun

a medicine, application, or treatment that relieves or cures a disease

So we wanted to see how it measured in its latest marketing claims as an anti -aging remedy for men in their 40s," says Conrad Earnest, PhD, of the Cooper Institute Centers for Integrative Health Research in Dallas.

Rush

verb

move or act with urgent haste; transport or produce with urgent haste

In the mid-1870s, gold was discovered, and press reports brought a rush of prospectors.

Reminiscent of

adjective

tending to remind one of something; absorbed in memories

Going fishing by the lake last week was reminiscent of the times when I went fishing as a child.

Rustle

verb

to act or move with energy or speed; to forage food

The big ears of a bat detect the returning echoes, as well as the sounds of prey, such as insects rustling in the leaves.

Remnants

noun

a small remaining quantity; a piece of cloth left when the greater part has been used or sold; a surviving trace

Deep into the jungles of Guatemala are the remnants of a civilization which existed more than 1,000 years ago.

 

Remote

adjective

far away in space or time; situated far from the main centers of population

Death Valley, one of the remotest areas in California, boasts summertime temperatures which are among some of the hottest in the world.