books

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Noun: сборник отчетов

Фразы:

you must show me your books - вы должны показать мне свои книги

without books - по памяти

bootleg books - продавать запрещённые книги

tumble the books helter-skelter into the box - побросать книги кое-как в коробку

translate books into braille - переводить книги в азбуку Брайля

bring to books - призвать к ответу

savages that burn books - варвары, сжигающие книги; дикари, сжигающие книги

salvage of books from a burning house - спасение книг из горящего дома

salvage of of books from a burning house - спасение книг из горящего дома

the salvage of books from a burning house - спасение книг из горящего дома

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Примеры:

Where do these books go? - Куда девать эти книги?

She left her books with us. - Она оставила нам книги.

a pile of old tattered books - стопка старых ободранных книг

How come you have books? - Откуда у тебя книги?

There are books and books. - Книги бывают разные.

Lay the books on the table. - Положите книги на стол.

The books of the Bible - Книги Библии (Библия состоит из 66 канонических книг для всех христианских течений: протестанты признают каноническими 66 книг, католики - 73, православные - 77.)

the musty smell of old books - затхлый запах старых книг

Did you get your books back? - Ты получил /вернул/ свои книги назад?

I carted all the books home. - Все эти книги я отвёз домой.

Where do these books belong? - Где этим книгам положено быть?

Send these books by express. - Отправьте эти книги курьером.

His books are in high demand. - Его книги пользуются большим спросом.

She likes all types of books. - Она любит самые разные книги.

I had so many books to tackle. - Мне предстояло перерыть кучу книг.

Pack the books into the boxes. - Упакуйте книги в эти коробки.

He has written a slew of books. - Он написал множество книг.

These books sell like hot cakes - Эти книги раскупают, как горячие пирожки.

The books crashed to the floor. - Книги с шумом попадали на пол.

This library houses rare books. - В этой библиотеке хранятся редкие книги.

Do you have any books on India? - У вас есть книги об Индии?

Carry all those books yourself! - Сам неси все эти книги!

She gazed at the wall of books. - Она в изумлении уставилась на стенку из книг.

I find her books totally boring. - Я нахожу её книги абсолютно /донельзя/ скучными.

He wrote some very famous books. - Он написал несколько очень известных книг.

He stacked the table with books. - Он заставил стол книгами.

He flung the books aside angrily. - В гневе он швырнул книги в сторону.

Have you read any of these books? - Вы читали какую-нибудь из этих книг?

a knowing collector of rare books - опытный коллекционер редких книг

The shelves are lined with books. - Полки заставлены книгами.

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Связанные термины:

book: A book is a number of pieces of paper, usually with words printed on them, which are fastened together and fixed inside a cover of stronger paper or cardboard . Books contain information, stories, or poetry, for example.

black books: a book containing the names of people to be punished, blacklisted, etc

keep books: to keep a record of business transactions

on the books: enrolled as a member

Sibylline Books: (in ancient Rome ) a collection of prophetic sayings, supposedly bought from the Cumaean sibyl, bearing upon Roman policy and religion

Book of Books: the Bible

cook the books: to dishonestly change the figures in your financial accounts in order to deceive people

keep the books: to keep written records of the finances of a business or other enterprise

symbolical books: the books containing the creeds, beliefs, or doctrine of religious groups that have emerged since the Reformation

book in: When you book into a hotel or when you book in, you officially state that you have arrived to stay there, usually by signing your name in a register.

book up: to make a reservation (for); book

e-book: An e-book is a book which is produced for reading on a computer screen . E-book is an abbreviation for 'electronic book'.

m-book: an electronic book that can be downloaded onto a mobile phone or other handheld device

books of account: the original records and books used in recording business transactions

close the books: to balance accounts in order to prepare a statement or report

deuterocanonical books: the books of the Bible regarded by the Roman Catholic Church as canonical but not universally acknowledged as such in the early church, including, in the Old Testament, most of the Protestant Apocrypha

baby book: an album for mounting pictures and other memorabilia of a baby and for keeping a record of its growth from infancy

bell book: a book in which all orders affecting the main engines of a ship are recorded

blue book: A blue book is an official government report or register of statistics .

bookend: Bookends are a pair of supports used to hold a row of books in an upright position by placing one at each end of the row.

book into: to reserve a room for (oneself or someone else) at (a hotel )

book off: to take a period of absence from work due to illness

book out: to leave or cause to leave a hotel

cash-book: a journal in which all cash or cheque receipts and disbursements are recorded

fly book: a booklike case to hold artificial fishing flies

herd-book: a book containing the pedigrees of breeds of pigs, cattle, etc

lab book: a notebook used to note down experiments, hypotheses, etc, of the kind that may be carried out or formed in a laboratory

log book: A log book is a book in which someone records details and events relating to something, for example a journey or period of their life, or a vehicle .

open book: a person or thing without secrecy or concealment that can be easily known or interpreted

rare book: A book is a number of pieces of paper, usually with words printed on them, which are fastened together and fixed inside a cover of stronger paper or cardboard . Books contain information, stories, or poetry, for example .

red book: a government publication bound in red, esp the Treasury's annual forecast of revenue, expenditure, growth, and inflation

rent book: a document that acts as a record of the regular amounts of money that you have paid as rent for accommodation

road book: a book of maps, sometimes including a gazetteer

rule book: A rule book is a book containing the official rules for a particular game, job, or organization.

stud book: A stud book is a written record of the breeding of a particular horse, especially a racehorse .

textbook: A textbook is a book containing facts about a particular subject that is used by people studying that subject.

one for the books: something notably surprising, shocking, or unexpected

to close the books: to balance accounts in order to prepare a statement or report

to cook the books: If you say that someone has cooked the books, you mean that they have changed figures or a written record in order to deceive people.

to keep the books: to keep written records of the finances of a business or other enterprise

audiobook: An audiobook is a recorded reading of a book that you can listen to.

audio book: a recording of an oral reading of a book, often in abridged form

black book: a book containing the names of people to be punished, blacklisted, etc

comic book: A comic book is a magazine that contains stories told in pictures .

grade book: a book in which a student's grades are recorded

guest book: A guest book is a book in which guests write their names and addresses when they have been staying in someone's house or in a hotel .

guidebook: A guidebook is a book that gives tourists information about a town, area, or country.

order book: When you talk about the state of a company's order book or order books, you are talking about how many orders for their goods the company has.

phone book: A phone book is a book that contains an alphabetical list of the names, addresses, and phone numbers of the people in a town or area.

stamp album: a book used by collectors of postage stamps to display and store their stamps

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Однокоренные слова:

booksy - претендующий на литературную значимость, о беседе, книжный

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