bugs

Перевод:

Adjective: рехнувшийся ненормальный

Фразы:

work the bugs out of a new car - устранять неполадки в новой машине

stir-bugs - психованный

eliminating bugs - устраняющий недостатки; устранение недостатков

bed bugs - клопы постельные

bugs and gas - бактериологические и химические средства войны

go bugs - сойти с ума; спятить

red bugs - клопы постельные

software bugs - ошибки в программном обеспечении

taps and bugs - электронное подслушивающее оборудование

technical bugs - неполадки технического характера; технические неполадки

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Примеры:

Tobacco smoke bugs me. - Я не переношу табачного дыма.

His whole attitude bugs me. - Меня бесит весь этот его гонор.

The bugs skated along the surface of the water. - Жуки скользили по поверхности воды.

plant bugs in the dissident's apartment - установить "жучки" в квартире этого диссидента

It just bugs me that I have to work so many extra hours for no extra money. - Просто меня раздражает, что приходится так много сверхурочно работать без всякой дополнительной оплаты.

a science fiction story in which radiation metamorphoses people into giant bugs - научно-фантастический рассказ, в котором радиация превращает людей в гигантских жуков...

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Связанные термины:

bug: A bug is an insect or similar small creature .

bug out: to depart hurriedly; run away; retreat

flu bug: infection with influenza caused by a microorganism

May beetle: any of various Old World scarabaeid beetles, esp Melolontha melolontha of Europe, whose larvae feed on crops and grasses

sow bug: any of various woodlice, esp any of the genera Oniscus and Porcellio

flat bug: any of numerous flattened bugs of the family Aradidae, inhabiting the underside of bark and feeding on fungi

June bug: any of various large brown North American scarabaeid beetles that are common in late spring and early summer, esp any of the genus Polyphylla

lace bug: a small bug of the family Tingidae, having a delicate pattern in the wing venation . They are plant feeders and include the thistle lace bugs ( Tingis cardui and T. ampliata ) and the rhododendron bug ( Stephanitis rhododendri )

Māori bug: a large shining black wingless cockroach of New Zealand, Platyzosteria novae-zelandiae

mealy bug: any plant-eating homopterous insect of the genus Pseudococcus and related genera, coated with a powdery waxy secretion : some species are pests of citrus fruits and greenhouse plants: family Pseudococcidae

pill bug: any of various woodlice of the genera Armadillidium and Oniscus, capable of rolling up into a ball when disturbed

pinch bug: a stag beetle

river bug: a small inflatable single-seat craft that resembles an armchair

shore bug: any of various small, predaceous hemipterous insects of the family Saldidae, some of which are burrowers, commonly occurring along grassy shores of ponds, streams, brackish lakes, and seacoasts

stink bug: any of various foul-smelling insects; esp., any of a family (Pentatomidae) of hemipterous bugs with a broad, shield-shaped body

tummy bug: an (often short) illness indicating an upset digestive system with symptoms such as a sore stomach, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea

water bug: any of various heteropterous insects adapted to living in the water or on its surface, esp any of the family Belostomatidae ( giant water bugs ), of North America, India, and southern Africa, which have flattened hairy legs

wheel bug: a large predatory North American heteropterous insect, Arilus cristatus, having a semicircular thoracic projection : family Reduviidae ( assassin bugs )

ambush bug: any of several carnivorous bugs of the family Phymatidae, inhabiting tropical areas in the Americas and Asia, that lie concealed in flowers to prey on insects

carpet beetle: any of various beetles of the genus Anthrenus, the larvae of which feed on carpets, furnishing fabrics, etc: family Dermestidae

chinch bug: a black-and-white tropical American heteropterous insect, Blissus leucopterus, that is very destructive to grasses and cereals in the US: family Lygaeidae

Croton bug: a small, winged cockroach ( Blattella germanica ); German cockroach

damsel bug: any of various bugs of the carnivorous family Nabiidae, related to the bedbugs but feeding on other insects. The larvae of some species mimic and associate with ants

debris bug: a bug of the family Cimicidae found where vegetable debris accumulates and feeding on small arthropods like springtails : related to the bedbugs

flower bug: any of a number of bugs of the family Cimicidae, related to the debris bugs but frequenting flowers and feeding on the small insects found there

ground bug: any member of a family ( Lygaeidae ) of hemipterous plant-eating insects, having generally dark bodies, sometimes marked with red, and lighter, yellowish wings

potato bug: a black-and-yellow beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata, that is a serious pest of potatoes, feeding on the leaves: family Chrysomelidae

shield bug: any shield-shaped herbivorous heteropterous insect of the superfamily Pentamoidea, esp any of the family Pentatomidae

squash bug: any of various heteropterous insects of the family Coreidae, esp a North American species, Anasa tristis, which is a pest of squash, pumpkin, and related plants

assassin bug: any long-legged predatory, often blood-sucking, insect of the heteropterous family Reduviidae

Balmain bug: a flattish edible Australian shellfish, Ibacus peronii, similar to the Moreton Bay bug

cabbage bug: → harlequin bug

kissing bug: a North American assassin bug, Melanolestes picipes, with a painful bite, usually attacking the lips or cheeks of humans

rhopalid bug: any of various hemipterous insects of the family Rhopalidae that feed chiefly on grasses and occasionally on certain trees, as the box elder

harlequin bug: a brightly coloured heteropterous insect, Murgantia histrionica, of the US and Central America: a pest of cabbages and related plants: family Pentatomidae

lightning bug: A lightning bug is a type of beetle that produces light from its body.

millennium bug: any software problem arising from the change in date at the start of the 21st century

Moreton Bay bug: a flattish edible shellfish, Thenus orientalis, of Northern Australian waters

rhododendron bug: a small bug of the family Tingidae, having a delicate pattern in the wing venation . They are plant feeders and include the thistle lace bugs ( Tingis cardui and T. ampliata ) and the rhododendron bug ( Stephanitis rhododendri )

backswimmer: an aquatic bug belonging to the family Notonectidae that swims on its back using its back legs as oars

cockchafer: any of various Old World scarabaeid beetles, esp Melolontha melolontha of Europe, whose larvae feed on crops and grasses

lygaeid: any of numerous, often brightly marked bugs of the family Lygaeidae, which feed on the juices of plants in both the larval and adult stages and are important pests of cultivated crops and some fruit trees

tarnished plant bug: a bug, Lygus lineolaris, of the family Miridae, that is a common and widely distributed pest of alfalfa and other legumes and of peach and other fruit trees

winter vomiting bug: a norovirus

German cockroach: a small cockroach, Blattella germanica: a common household pest

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Однокоренные слова:

bug - жук, клоп, насекомое, вирус, безумная идея, раздражать, подслушивать, докучать

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