arms

Перевод:

Noun: оружие герб доспехи война

Фразы:

to call smb. to arms - призвать к оружию, призвать под знамёна

arms dealer - торговец оружием

in the direct ratio of the arms of the lever - прямое соотношение плеч рычага

arms expenditure - расходы на вооружение

to flap with the arms - всплеснуть руками

to fling one's arms up - всплеснуть руками

to fling one's arms round smb.'s neck - обвить чью-л. шею руками

long legs / arms / fingernails - длинные ноги, руки, ногти

to open out one's arms - раскрывать объятия

arms reduction - сокращение вооружений

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Примеры:

Arms! / To arms! - К оружию!

Present arms! - На караул! (команда)

a man with long, wiry arms - мужчина с длинными, жилистыми руками

a halt in the arms race - прекращение гонки вооружений

Her arms were flailing. - Она размахивала /молотила/ руками.

He spread his arms wide. - Он широко раскинул руки.

Port arms! - на грудь!

I dare not fold my arms about thee. - Не смею обнять тебя. (Лорд Теннисон)

I held the baby in my arms. - Я держал малыша на руках.

I wrapped my arms around her. - Я крепко обнял ее.

The arms race has slowed down. - Гонка вооружений сбавила обороты.

Raise your arms above your head. - Поднимите руки над головой.

She ran full tilt into his arms. - Она со всех ног ринулась в его объятия.

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

His arms cocooned her body. - Он заключил её в объятия.

Where oak expands her arms. - Где дуб раскинул свои ветви.

Flap your arms to keep warm. - Помашите руками, чтобы согреться.

His arms were hanging limply. - Его руки безвольно висели.

He flung his arms around her. - Он крепко обнял её.

She held the baby in her arms. - Она держала малыша на руках.

She felt his arms go round her. - Она почувствовала, как его руки обхватили её.

He crossed his arms behind him. - Он заложил руки за спину.

Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty - Договор о сокращении стратегических вооружений

She flung herself into his arms. - Она бросилась в его объятия.

He pinned her arms to her sides. - Он прижал её руки к бокам.

She flung her arms round Louise. - Она крепко обняла Луизу.

He whirled her round in his arms. - Он закружил её в объятиях.

two coats of arms borne quarterly - два герба в расположенных по диагонали полях геральдического щита

He cradles the child in his arms. - Он укачивает ребёнка на руках.

He cradled the infant in his arms - Он качал младенца на руках.

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Связанные термины:

arm: Your arms are the two long parts of your body that are attached to your shoulders and that have your hands at the end.

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

in arms: armed and prepared for war

arms dump: a hidden store of weapons

arms race: An arms race is a situation in which two countries or groups of countries are continually trying to get more and better weapons than each other.

bear arms: A person's right to bear arms is their right to own and use guns, as a means of defence .

link arms: If two or more people link arms, or if one person links arms with another, they stand next to each other, and each person puts their arm round the arm of the person next to them.

open arms: Your arms are the two long parts of your body that are attached to your shoulders and that have your hands at the end. [...]

pile arms: to prop a number of rifles together, muzzles together and upwards, butts forming the base

take arms: to prepare to fight

to arms!: arm yourselves!

arms akimbo: with hands on hips and elbows projecting outwards

arms cache: a hidden store of weapons

arms dealer: a person or business that sells weapons and other military equipment

order arms: the order in drill to hold the rifle close to the right side with the butt resting on the ground

small arms: Small arms are guns that are light and easy to carry.

under arms: If a country has people under arms, it has people trained to use weapons and to fight a war.

arms control: an agreement between two or more countries to reduce the number of weapons owned, with the aim of preventing war

canting arms: a coat of arms making visual reference to the surname of its owner

present arms: a position of salute in which the rifle is brought up to a position vertically in line with the body, muzzle uppermost and trigger guard to the fore

reverse arms: to turn one's arms upside down, esp as a token of mourning

shoulder arms: to bring the rifle vertically close to the right side with the muzzle uppermost and held at the trigger guard

up in arms: If people are up in arms about something, they are very angry about it and are protesting strongly against it.

arms inspection: the official checking of a country's weapons and other military equipment, usually to check that international agreements have been respected

arms inspector: a person who carries out an arms inspection

arms limitation: an agreement between two or more countries to reduce the number of weapons owned, with the aim of preventing war

babe-in-arms: a young baby that has to be carried

call to arms: a command to report for active military duty

coat of arms: The coat of arms of a family, town, or organization is a special design in the form of a shield that they use as a symbol of their identity .

inspection arms: a position in military drill in which the missile chamber of a weapon is open for inspection

king-of-arms: the highest rank of heraldic officer, itself divided into the ranks of Garter, Clarenceaux, and Norroy and Ulster . In Scotland the first is Lyon

man-at-arms: a soldier, esp a heavily armed mounted soldier in medieval times

men-at-arms: a soldier, esp a heavily armed mounted soldier in medieval times

take up arms: to go to war or rise in rebellion

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

fold your arms: Your arms are the two long parts of your body that are attached to your shoulders and that have your hands at the end. [...]

kings-of-arms: the highest rank of heraldic officer, itself divided into the ranks of Garter, Clarenceaux, and Norroy and Ulster . In Scotland the first is Lyon

master-at-arms: the senior rating, of Chief Petty Officer rank, in a naval unit responsible for discipline, administration, and police duties

place of arms: an area in a fortress or a fortified town where troops could assemble for defense

wave your arms: Your arms are the two long parts of your body that are attached to your shoulders and that have your hands at the end. [...]

with open arms: If you welcome some action or change with open arms, you are very pleased about it. If you welcome a person with open arms, you are very pleased about their arrival .

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

a babe in arms: someone who is very young

be up in arms: to be angry and protesting strongly about something

brother-in-arms: a fellow soldier or comrade in a shared struggle

brothers-in-arms: a fellow soldier or comrade in a shared struggle

college of arms: any of several institutions in the United Kingdom having a royal charter to deal with matters of heraldry, grant armorial bearings, record and trace genealogies, etc

comrade-in-arms: A comrade-in-arms is someone who has worked for the same cause or purpose as you and has shared the same difficulties and dangers .

cross your arms: Your arms are the two long parts of your body that are attached to your shoulders and that have your hands at the end. [...]

gentleman-at-arms: a member of the guard who attend the British sovereign on ceremonial and state occasions

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Однокоренные слова:

arm - рука, рычаг, рукав, рукоятка, ветвь, вооружиться, вооружать, вооружаться
armed - вооруженный, укрепленный
armful - охапка, большое количество
arming - вооружение, боевое снаряжение
armless - безрукий, безоружный, не имеющий ветвей

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