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.
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.?

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

Tableau

noun

a graphic description or representation

A small introductory gallery shows 18th- and I9th -century electrostatic apparatus, including a globe machine probably designed by Benjamin Franklin, several leyden jars for storing electric charges, and a twin -plate generator of about 1800 in an active tableau of a parlor game called the electric kiss.

Transform

verb

to change people or things completely, especially improving their appearance or usefulness

The pupae will require another 1.5 to 2 months before it transforms into an adult and becomes a threat to the palms.

Tackle

verb

to start work on vigorously

After getting detailed instructions from their professor, the students went to the library to tackle their research project.

Transplantation

noun

the act of moving something from one place into another

The transplantation of a pig heart into a human body revolutionized modern surgical medicine.

Tactile

adjective

discernible by touch

The octopus has two separate areas for storage in its brain: one for visual memories, the other for tactile memories.

Trap

verb

to prevent air, gas, heat, or a fluid from escaping

Gases trapped in ice cores show the dramatic impact that human activities have had on the planet since the Industrial Revolution.

Tagger

noun

one who makes an inscription or drawing made on some public surface such as a rock or wall

In the graffiti wars in Philadelphia, the city is winning. Taggers are turning their talents to painting murals --1,200 to date -- which not only decorate, but revitalize these urban neighborhoods.

Trauma

noun

an extremely distressing experience that causes severe emotional shock and may have long lasting psychological effects

Since the 1970s, 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.

Tailored

adjective

made to individual specifications

Justice Sandra Day O ‘Connor, writing for the majority, rejected the arguments made by the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush that affirmative action policies should be voided, noting that the U.S. Constitution "does not prohibit the law school ‘s narrowly tailored use of race in admissions."

Tread

verb

to step or walk on or over

West Africa promised a peace force of at least 5,000 troops for Liberia if warring sides halt fighting, and France suggested Saturday it was open to contributing troops _ stepping in where the United States, has so far declined to tread.

Tamper

verb

to interfere so as to weaken or change for the worse--used with "with"

Jackson and Cleveland pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence and agreed to testify.

Treadmill

noun

an automatic machine allowing runners to run in place

Because of the intense cold and snow, Minnesota long distance runners often use treadmills during the winter.

Tangle

noun

a complicated situation or problem

That way we avoid all those political tangles that have nothing to do with degrees of difference between languages.

Treaty

noun

a formal contract or agreement negotiated between countries or other political entities

They have also identified spike representing fallout from stepped up atmospheric testing that took place just prior to the 1963 Test Ban Treaty, which allowed for underground tests only.

Tee totaling

adjective

characterized as having complete abstinence from alcoholic drinks

"We trust state and local officials," Peters said, suggesting it doesn ‘t make sense to promote pedestrian safety for South Dakota ‘s wide -open spaces or drunken -driving programs in largely tee totaling Utah.

Trek

verb

to make one's way arduously

The students had been missing since Saturday, visiting the telescope. when they trekked into the woods after

Temperate

adjective

used to describe a climate that has a range of temperatures within moderate limits

Situated close to the Pacific Ocean, San Diego has a temperate climate with temperatures ranging from 60 - 75 degrees F.

Tremendous

adjective

extremely large, powerful, or great

The fusion process released tremendous amounts of heat and light which could then combat the compressing force of gravity; eventually, the two forces reached equilibrium.

Tempting

adjective

causing craving or desire to arise

It is tempting to think that if language evolved by gradual Darwinian natural selection, we must be able to find some precursor of it in our closest relatives, the chimpanzees.

Trend

noun

a general tendency, movement, or direction

A growing trend toward emphasis on neural aspects of various cognitive processes has spawned what is referred to as the Cognitive Neuropsychology track, with students studying jointly in cognitive and in clinical neuropsychology.

Tendency

noun

a way that somebody or something typically behaves or is likely to react or behave

Some people with mental disorders have a tendency toward self -persecution, self- sabotage, and even violence.

Tribe

noun

a group of people sharing a common ancestry

Sitting Bull and the Sioux realized they could not defeat the army alone, and they must stand with other tribes.

Tender

noun

something offered, as in money

Gold and silver were declared as legal tender, and as such were used for all payments.

Tributary

noun

channeling material, supplies, into something more inclusive

Many tributaries flow into the Mississippi River, making it one of the longest rivers in the world.

Tentative

adjective

likely to have many later changes before it becomes final and complete

Today, we believe science is testable, explanatory, and tentative.

Trigger

verb

to set something off, bring something about, or make something happen

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

Terrify

verb

to make somebody feel very frightened or alarmed

They represent a terrifying and destructive force that kills more than two out of every five Americans.

Triumph

verb

to conquer or win a victory over, as in battle or a competition

During the Civil War, the Union Army triumphed over the Confederate Army in the bloodiest battle ever fought in American History.

Textbook example

noun phrase

one by which others are compared; a standard of comparison

Hawaii ‘s volcanoes have, therefore, become the textbook example of non -explosive volcanism, and the term "Hawaiian type" is used to refer to such eruptions.

Trough

noun

a long shallow often v -shaped receptacle for the drinking water or feed of domestic animals

In the 17th century, the Conestoga wagon had a trough attached to its rear end, so the horses could feed.

Theatrical

adjective

full of exaggerated or false emotion

Starting with the Retablo de Maese, Pedro Cervantes, demonstrates a mastery of theatrical illusion which, absent from part one, becomes another narrative function in part two.

Trounce

verb

to render totally ineffective by decisive defeat

The San Antonio Spurs trounced the Los Angeles Lakers in the playoffs.

Theocracy

noun

government of a state by immediate divine guidance or by officials who are regarded as divinely guided

The Puritan government of Massachusetts in the 1600's and 1700's has been called a theocracy.

Tsunami

noun

a long high sea wave caused by an earthquake on the ocean floor

Tsunamis are unlike wind generated waves, which many of us may have observed on a local lake or at a coastal beach, in that they are characterized as shallow water waves, with long periods and wave lengths.

Theological

adjective

of, or relating to the study of God and his relation to the world

His continued skepticism, however, shaped his subsequent theological studies at Crosier Theological Seminary in Chester, Pennsylvania, and at Boston University, where he received a doctorate in systematic theology in 1955.

Turmoil

noun

a state or condition of extreme confusion, agitation, or commotion

To escape the escalating turmoil, Church headquarters moved from New York to Ohio, then to Missouri, and later to Illinois.

Theoretical

adjective

about, involving, or based on a belief used as the basis for action

The causes of crime can be explained through several theoretical perspectives.

Twilight

noun

the period between afternoon and nighttime

It recommended that drivers turn on their headlights at the first sign of twilight.

Therapists

adjective

somebody trained to treat disease, disorders, or injuries, especially somebody who uses methods other than drugs and surgery

According to therapists who specialize in Multiple Personality Disorder, the host (the victim/survivor ‘s basic personality) is not necessarily aware of the existence of these alters.

 

Thermal

noun

a rising body of warm air

When a hang -glider gets caught in a thermal, his aircraft will spiral upward for hundreds of feet.

 

Thermonuclear

adjective

of or relating to the transformations in the nucleus of atoms of low atomic weight as hydrogen that require a very high temperature for their inception as in the hydrogen bomb or in the sun

Fusion produces the energy of the sun and other stars and the explosive force of thermonuclear weapons.

 

Thesis

noun

a proposition advanced as an argument

The thesis of a reading passage determines the structure, so the structure, once a reader begins to sense it, can lead him to the thesis.

 

Thievery

noun

stealing something from a person or place

In Roman mythology, Mercury is the god of commerce, travel and thievery, the Roman counterpart of the Greek god Hermes, the messenger of the Gods.

 

Thoroughfare

noun

a course affording passage from one place to another

Situated close to busy thoroughfares, McDonald ‘s make its profits on high volume and quick turnover.

 

Thrall

noun

to make a slave of

Twenty thousand years ago, the Earth was held in thrall by a relentless ice age.

 

Threats

noun

the expression of a deliberate intention to cause harm or pain

If such a multi -day sequence could be forecast, valuable lead time might be gained on flooding threats.

 

Threshold

noun

a level, point, or value above which something is true or will take place and below which it

is not or will not Supporters and opponents alike agree the income threshold needs to be raised.

 

Thrive

verb

to fare well; to grow rapidly and luxuriantly

Many businesses thrived while William Jefferson Clinton was President of the United States.

 

Tide

noun

something suggestive of running water

When it finally reaches the coast, a tsunami may appear as a rapidly rising or falling tide, a series of breaking waves, or even a bore.

 

Tier

noun

a row, rank, or layer of articles; especially: one of two or more rows, levels, or ranks arranged one above another; a group of political or geographical divisions that form a row across the map

The middle tier is serious candidates who have yet to catch fire: Joe Lieberman (despite high name recognition in the polls), John Edwards (despite financial support from his fellow trial lawyers and some creative speeches about specific issues) and Bob Graham.

 

Tilt

verb

to slant or cause something to slant

Unstable areas may sometimes be identified by trees or telephone poles tilted at odd angles, or by curved tree trunks.

 

Tip

verb

to move from true vertical or horizontal; to shift the balance of power or influence

After one of several indecisive battles, probably in 1790, the balance was suddenly tipped in favor of Kamehameha when a natural disaster struck.

 

Tissue

noun

organic body material in animals and plants made up of large numbers of cells that are similar in form and function and their related intercellular substances

They enter the heart of the palms and feed on the tender tissues within.

 

Titter

noun

the act of laughing in a nervous, affected, or partly suppressed manner

The aim of this site is to help you avoid low grades, lost employment opportunities, lost business, and titters of amusement at the way you write or speak.

 

Token

noun

something that represents, expresses, or is a symbol of something else

In several famous and controversial demonstrations, chimpanzees have been taught some hand signs based on American Sign Language, to manipulate colored switches or tokens, and to understand some spoken commands.

 

Tolerance

noun

the acceptance of the differing views of other people, for example, in religious or political matters, and fairness toward the people who hold these different views

The Constitution guarantees religious tolerance, which is why many people decided to settle in America.

 

Toll

noun

a grievous or ruinous price - especially: cost in life or health

By that time, she said, age and an assassination attempt had taken its toll on the man who once proclaimed, ''Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.''

 

Ton

noun

unit of weight equivalent to 2,000 pounds

Some of the wagons, on which the early pioneers depended, were capable of carrying up to eight tons of supplies.

 

Topography

noun

the features on the surface of a particular area of land

Things such as wind, temperature, relative humidity, topography, and fuel levels all need to be taken into account.

 

Torch

noun

a stick of wood dipped in wax or with one end wrapped in combustible material, set on fire and carried, especially in the past, as a source of light

Forestry officials used drip torches to start the fire, avoiding large logs on the ground that was home to small animals.

 

Torrential

adjective

relating to large amounts of liquids such as water or lava

Sometimes a slow moving sequence of mesoscale convective systems will extend over several days, causing torrential rains over a large area.

 

Torture

noun

excruciating punishment; the act of subjecting another to extreme physical cruelty, as in punishing

The Sun Dance was a type of self torture which included a loss of consciousness.

 

Totality

noun

the state of being complete or total

At its worst, it could cause some to disagree with the totality of the comments.

 

Tout

verb

to praise or recommend somebody or something enthusiastically

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

 

Toxin

noun

a poison produced by a living organism, especially bacteria, capable of causing disease and

also of stimulating the production within the body of antibodies to counter their effects General causes for primary brain cancer can include a prior head injury, infections, exposure to chemical toxins such as insecticides and fungicides and exposure to radiation such as microwave or radio frequencies.

 

Tract

noun

system of body parts or organs that collectively serve some purpose

Vomiting and diarrhea are dangerous and can cause damage to the digestive tract.

 

Traction

noun

a pulling force exerted on something

The developing world is slower to catch on, but a movement by astronomers and geoscientists in South Africa to establish a National Working Group to assess NEO impact risk and mitigation is gaining traction.

 

Trait

noun

a distinctive element

A unique trait to the Sperm Whale is that it can dive down deep into the ocean for long periods of time.

 

Trance

noun

a state in which somebody is dazed or stunned or in some other way unaware of the environment and unable to respond to stimuli

Specialists generally believe that people with Multiple Personality Disorder may experience any of the following: depression, mood swings, suicidal tendencies, sleep disorders, headaches, amnesia, time loss, trances, and ‘out of body experiences.