arm

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Перевод:

Noun: рука рычаг плечо кронштейн
Verb: вооружаться вооружать вооружиться взводить

Фразы:

combat arm - род войск

ear arm - дужка у очков

one good arm - здоровая рука

to grasp smb. by the arm - схватить кого-л. за руку

a soapy arm - намыленная рука

guard arm - отбойная траверса опоры

height arm - линейка высот

index arm - алидада квадранта

leading arm - маятниковая вилка толкающего типа

lower arm - нижняя тяга

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Примеры:

Dave has a broken arm. - У Дэйва сломана рука.

The army was well armed. - Армия была хорошо вооружена.

He had a tattoo on his left arm. - У него была татуировка на левой руке.

I am well armed against rain. - Я хорошо экипирован на случай дождя.

She took me by the arm and hurried me out of the room. - Она взяла меня за руку и поскорей вывела из комнаты.

You must be armed with answers to any question. - У вас должны быть ответы на любой вопрос.

Tim's mother put her arms around him. - Мать Тима обняла его.

All available forces are under arms. - Все имеющиеся силы поставлены под ружьё.

They armed the men for battle. - Они вооружили людей для битвы.

We must arm ourselves against the enemy. - Мы должны вооружиться для борьбы с врагом.

We bought the house to arm against big price rises. - Мы купили этот дом, чтобы защититься от быстрого роста цен.

He had a pile of books in his arms. - У него в руках была стопка книг.

Boys as young as 13 are taking up arms to defend the city. - Уже начиная с тринадцати лет, мальчики берут в руки оружие, чтобы защитить город.

the arm of the record player - тонарм проигрывателя

arming women with the right to vote - предоставление женщинам своего рода оружия в виде права голоса

Pat was carrying a box under his arm. - Пэт несла под мышкой какую-то коробку.

assiduously arming along the crowded street this shambling half-blind old woman - старательно ведя под руку эту полуслепую, шаркающую старуху по запруженной толпой улице

They numbered about 12,000 of all arms. - Во всех воинских подразделениях насчитывалось около двенадцати тысяч человек.

They arm people with accurate information. - Они вооружают людей точной информацией.

The two opponents are arming for the fight. - Оба соперника готовятся к дискуссии.

The government is cutting arms expenditure. - Правительство сокращает расходы на вооружения.

Gerry took Fiona in his arms and kissed her. - Джерри обнял Фиону и поцеловал её.

There is a 15-foot arm supporting the antenna. - Антенну поддерживает опора длиной пятнадцать футов (ок. 4,5 м).

He folded his arms and leaned back in his chair. - Он скрестил руки на груди и откинулся в кресле.

The U.S. armed the freedom fighters in Afghanistan. - США вооружали борцов за свободу в Афганистане.

The old lady rushed to greet him, arms outstretched. - Старушка бросилась ему навстречу с распростёртыми объятиями.

She took him by the arm and pushed him out of the door. - Она взяла его за руку и вытолкала за двери.

The rebels armed a group of 2000 men to attack the city. - Повстанцы вооружили группу из двух тысяч человек для нападения на город.

The group of fighters was armed by a foreign government. - Данная группа бойцов была вооружена правительством иностранного государства.

Arm yourself with all the facts you need to argue your case. - Вооружитесь всеми фактами, необходимыми для изложения аргументации по делу.

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Связанные термины:

A-arm: An A-arm is part of a vehicle's suspension that consists of two rods in the shape of a letter A.

air arm: the aviation section of a national military force, including aircraft, base and support facilities, and personnel

dead arm: temporary loss of sensation in the arm, caused by a blow to a muscle

long arm: power, esp far-reaching power

robot arm: A robot arm is a type of robot consisting of parts linked together in the same way as those of a human arm, mounted on a stand .

rotor arm: the revolving arm of the distributor of an internal-combustion engine

round-arm: denoting or using bowling with the arm held more or less horizontal

side arm: any weapon carried on the person, by sling, belt, or holster, such as a sword, pistol, etc

small arm: a firearm designed to be held in one or both hands while being fired: in the U.S. the term is applied to weapons of a caliber of up to one in. (2.5 cm)

stiff arm: to push away (an opponent ) with one's arm out straight

sword arm: the arm in which your sword is normally held

tone arm: the light balanced arm of a record player that carries the wires from the cartridge to the preamplifier

upper arm: the part of the arm between the shoulder and the elbow

arm in arm: If two people are walking arm in arm, they are walking together with their arms linked.

arm-wrestle: (of two people) to sit facing each other with the elbows resting on a table and clasping hands with each other, each trying to force the other's arm flat onto the table while keeping his or her own elbow touching the table

loading arm: A loading arm is a flexible piping unit that loads and unloads liquids and gases.

rocker arm: a lever that rocks about a pivot, esp a lever in an internal-combustion engine that transmits the motion of a pushrod or cam to a valve

spiral arm: any of the elongated and curved spiral sections that are connected to the center of a spiral galaxy

strong-arm: If you refer to someone's behaviour as strong-arm tactics or methods, you disapprove of it because it consists of using threats or force in order to achieve something.

tremolo arm: a metal lever attached to the bridge of an electric guitar, used to vary the pitch of a played note

arm-twisting: persuasion

arm wrestling: a contest in which two people sit facing each other each with one elbow resting on a table, clasp hands, and each tries to force the other's arm flat onto the table while keeping his or her own elbow touching the table

steering arm: the part of a vehicle's chassis that directs the input from the steering box

straight-arm: (of a tackle ) performed with the arm fully extended

trailing arm: A trailing arm is part of the suspension for the axle of a vehicle which moves up and down as the vehicle travels over a bumpy surface.

arm's-length: lacking intimacy or friendliness, esp when possessing some special connection, such as previous closeness

pick-up arm: the light balanced arm of a record player that carries the wires from the cartridge to the preamplifier

rearm: If a country rearms or is rearmed, it starts to build up a new stock of military weapons.

Fleet Air Arm: the aviation branch of the Royal Navy

one-arm bandit: a fruit machine operated by pulling down a lever at one side

the upper arm: the part of the arm between the shoulder and the elbow

armrest: The armrests on a chair are the two pieces on either side that support your arms when you are sitting down.

at arm's length: If you hold something at arm's length, you hold it away from your body with your arm straight .

chance one's arm: to attempt to do something although the chance of success may be slight

chance your arm: to do something risky or adventurous in order to get something you want

long as your arm: very long

make a long arm: to reach out for something, as from a sitting position

put the arm on: to arrest or restrain

radial (arm) saw: a circular saw suspended from a pivoted horizontal arm along which it can be moved

shot in the arm: anything that regenerates, increases confidence or efficiency, etc

straight arm lift: a wrestling attack, in which a wrestler twists the opponent's arm against the joint and lifts him or her by it, often using the shoulder as a fulcrum

an arm and a leg: If you say that something costs an arm and a leg, you mean that it is very expensive .

arm's-length price: a price of a transaction agreed in accordance with market values, disregarding any connection such as common ownership of the companies involved

twist someone's arm: to try hard to persuade someone to do something

a shot in the arm: help and encouragement at a time when you badly need it

as long as your arm: If you say that a list is as long as your arm, you are emphasizing that it is very long.

give one's right arm: to be prepared to make any sacrifice

arm's-length agreement: a commercial transaction done in accordance with market values, disregarding any connection such as common ownership of the companies involved

arm's-length relationship: a relationship lacking intimacy or friendliness, esp when possessing some special connection, such as previous closeness

cost an arm and a leg: to cost a lot of money

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Однокоренные слова:

disarm - разоружать, разоружаться, обезвреживать, обезоруживать, умиротворять
inarm - обнимать, заключать в объятия
overarm - саженки, с выносом руки
rearm - перевооружать, перевооружаться
armed - вооруженный, укрепленный
armful - охапка, большое количество
arming - вооружение, боевое снаряжение
armless - безрукий, безоружный, не имеющий ветвей
armor - броня, доспехи, латы, панцирь, вооружение, бронировать, покрывать броней
unarm - разоружать, разоружаться

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