bone

bəun

Перевод:

Noun: кость костяк скелет останки
Adjective: костный костяной
Verb: красть снимать мясо с костей удобрять костяной мукой

Фразы:

to be (all) skin and bone(s) - быть очень худым, иметь только кожу да кости

slivers of bone - обломки кости

hard /dry/ as a bone - ≅ твёрдый как камень

to the bone - до крайности, совсем

drenched to the bone - насквозь промокший

chilled /frozen/ to the bone - продрогший до костей

a bag of bones - ≅ кожа да кости

bone of contention /discord/ - ≅ яблоко раздора

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Примеры:

She was all skin and bone. - Она была просто кожа да кости.

The dog was chewing on a bone. - Собака грызла кость.

The air is bone dry. - Воздух — совершенно сухой.

All meat is sold less the bone. - Всё мясо продаётся без костей.

The bone has stuck in my throat. - У меня кость застряла в горле.

He broke his collar bone. - Он сломал ключицу.

We are all made of flesh and bone. - Мы все состоим из плоти и костей.

The dog was gnawing a bone. - Собака обгладывала кость.

The dog was crunching on a bone. - Пес хрустел костью (которую грыз)

You have got a twist in that bone. - У вас вывихнута вот эта кость.

The dogs were fighting over a bone. - Собаки дрались за косточку.

God makes a man of bone, brawn and blood. - Бог создаёт человека из костей, плоти и крови.

The handle of the knife is made from bone. - Ручка этого ножа изготовлена из кости.

The dog settled on the grass to enjoy its bone. - Собака удобно расположилась на траве, чтобы спокойно погрызть косточку.

The stream is bone dry. - Ручей совершенно пересох.

The puppy was gnawing on a bone. - Щенок грыз кость.

The doctor examined the bone scans. - Доктор внимательно рассмотрел /изучил, исследовал/ снимки костей.

His jokes were a bit close to the bone. - Его шутки были слегка неприличными /на грани фола/.

The knife wound penetrated to the bone. - Ножевая рана была глубокой, до самой кости.

A fish bone lodged in her throat. - Ей в горло попала рыбная косточка.

Bone the turkey before roasting it. - Прежде чем запекать /жарить/ индейку, выньте из неё кости.

Her screams chilled me to the bone . - От её криков меня пробрало до костей .

She fell and cracked a bone in her leg. - При падении у неё треснула кость в ноге.

Time and rest will knit a fractured bone. - Время и покой помогут срастись сломанной кости.

The cartilage will ossify, becoming bone. - Этот хрящ закостенеет и превратится в кость.

She banged her funny bone on the doorpost. - Она ударилась локтем о дверной косяк.

A fine grass field, well boned last winter. - Замечательное поле, хорошо удобренное в прошлом году.

Having boiled the fish they first bone them. - Отварив рыбу, они сперва удаляют кости.

I hit my funny bone on the edge of the table. - Я ударился локтем о край стола.

These horns consist of an excrescence of bone. - Эти рога представляют собой костный нарост.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you bone up on a subject, you try to find out about it or remind yourself of what you have already learned about it.

If you bone up on a subject, you try to find out about it or remind yourself of what you have already learned about it.

Связанные термины:

T-bone: a large choice steak cut from the sirloin of beef, containing a T-shaped bone

bone up: to study intensively

bone ash: the residue obtained when bones are burned in air, consisting mainly of calcium phosphate . It is used as a fertilizer and in the manufacture of bone china

bone bed: a sediment containing large quantities of fossilized animal remains, such as bones, teeth, scales, etc

bone cell: a cell found in bone in any of its functional states ; an osteoblast, osteoclast, or osteocyte

bone dry: If you say that something is bone dry, you are emphasizing that it is very dry indeed.

bone idle: very idle ; extremely lazy

bone meal: Bone meal is a substance made from animal bones which is used as a fertilizer .

bone oil: a dark brown pungent oil, containing pyridine and hydrocarbons, obtained by the destructive distillation of bones

bone wax: a mixture of wax, oil, and carbolic acid applied to the cut surface of a bone to prevent bleeding

heel bone: the largest tarsal bone, forming the heel in humans

leg bone: a bone of the leg

long bone: any of the long, cylindrical, marrow-containing bones of the limbs

pin bone: a hip bone on a cow, horse or similar animal, that sticks out

shin bone: the inner and thicker of the two bones of the human leg between the knee and ankle

bone black: a fine charcoal made by burning animal bones in closed containers: used as a pigment, in refining sugar, etc.

bone china: Bone china is a kind of thin china that contains powdered bone.

bone health: A person's health is the condition of their body and the extent to which it is free from illness or is able to resist illness.

bone marrow: Bone marrow is the soft fatty substance inside human or animal bones.

bone shaker: an early-model bicycle, esp. one with hard rubber tires

bone white: any of various shades of grayish or yellowish white

cannon bone: a bone in the legs of horses and other hoofed animals consisting of greatly elongated fused metatarsals or metacarpals

coffin bone: the terminal phalangeal bone inside the hoof of the horse and similar animals

crazy bone: → funny bone

fetter bone: the part of a horse's foot between the fetlock and the hoof

funny bone: Your funny bone is the soft part of your elbow which gives you an uncomfortable feeling on your skin if it is hit .

hamate bone: a wedgelike bone on the side of the wrist connecting the wrist with the fourth and fifth metacarpals, which connect to the ring and little fingers

haunch bone: the ilium, or hipbone

hyoid bone: the horseshoe-shaped bone that lies at the base of the tongue and above the thyroid cartilage or a corresponding bone or group of bones in other vertebrates

jugal bone: of or relating to the zygomatic bone

malar bone: of or relating to the cheek or cheekbone

marrow bone: Marrow bones are the bones of certain animals, especially cows, that contain a lot of bone marrow. They are used in cooking and in dog food .

splint bone: one of the rudimentary metacarpal or metatarsal bones in horses and similar animals, occurring on each side of the cannon bone

thigh bone: the longest thickest bone of the human skeleton, articulating with the pelvis above and the knee below

bone-chilling: extremely cold

bone density: the degree of compactness of bone

bone strength: Your strength is the physical energy that you have, which gives you the ability to perform various actions, such as lifting or moving things.

bone up on: If you bone up on a subject, you try to find out about it or remind yourself of what you have already learned about it.

frontal bone: the bone forming the forehead and the upper parts of the orbits . It contains several air spaces

membrane bone: any bone that develops within membranous tissue, such as the clavicle and bones of the skull, without cartilage formation

parietal bone: either of the two bones forming part of the roof and sides of the skull

sphenoid bone: the large butterfly-shaped compound bone at the base of the skull, containing a protective depression for the pituitary gland

splenial bone: a small bone in the lower jaw of some animals, such as reptiles and birds

stirrup bone: the stapes, one of the three bones of the middle ear

temporal bone: either of two compound bones forming part of the sides and base of the skull : they surround the organs of hearing

tympanic bone: the part of the temporal bone in the mammalian skull that surrounds the auditory canal

unciform bone: a small bone of the wrist

bone conduction: the transmission of sound vibrations to the internal ear through the cranial bones (opposed to air conduction )

bone structure: the skeletal composition of a human or animal

bone turquoise: fossilized bone or tooth stained blue with iron phosphate and used as a gemstone

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Однокоренные слова:

bone up - прилежно учить, зубрить, долбить