chambers

Перевод:

Noun: кабинет камерное месторождение контора адвоката камера судьи или магистрата

Фразы:

grit chambers - гравиеловки; песколовки

case was heard before the judge in chambers - дело разбиралось судьёй в его кабинете

live in chambers - жить в меблированных комнатах

mud chambers - отстойные камеры

overflow chambers - сливные камеры

proceeding in chambers - действия суда вне судебного заседания

proceedings in chambers - заседание в судейской комнате

rigor mortis chambers - изменения при посмертном окоченении

sediment chambers - песколовки

chambers of heart - камеры сердца

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Примеры:

The heart has four chambers. - У сердца четыре камеры.

the chambers of his heart were healthy - камеры его сердца были в норме

They repaired to the judge's chambers. - Они направились в кабинет судьи.

Association of British Chambers of Commerce - Ассоциация британских торговых палат

a complex labyrinth of tunnels and chambers - сложный лабиринт тоннелей и камер

The junketers dispersed more or less unwillingly to their several chambers. - Участники пирушки довольно неохотно разбрелись по своим комнатам.

Kentucky's Mammoth Cave is actually a series of large chambers on five levels. - Мамонтова пещера в штате Кентукки на самом деле представляет собой систему больших залов, расположенных на пяти уровнях.

It is not a single building, but rather a vast collection of chambers and galleries. - Это не здание, а бесконечное нагромождение комнат и галерей.

The princess was intensely shy, and allowed only her handmaiden to enter her chambers. - Принцесса была очень застенчива, и разрешала входить в свои палаты лишь служанкам.

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Связанные термины:

chamber: A chamber is a large room, especially one that is used for formal meetings.

in chambers: in the privacy of a judge's chambers

city chambers: (in Scotland ) the municipal building of a city; town hall

air chamber: a compartment in a device or structure that is filled with air

echo chamber: a room with walls that reflect sound. It is used to make acoustic measurements and as a source of reverberant sound to be mixed with direct sound for recording or broadcasting

gas chamber: A gas chamber is a room that has been specially built so that it can be filled with poisonous gas in order to kill people or animals.

bubble chamber: a device that enables the tracks of ionizing particles to be photographed as a row of bubbles in a superheated liquid. Immediately before the particles enter the chamber the pressure is reduced so that the ionized particles act as centres for small vapour bubbles

cloud chamber: an apparatus for detecting high-energy particles by observing their tracks through a chamber containing a supersaturated vapour . Each particle ionizes molecules along its path and small droplets condense on them to produce a visible track

council chamber: the room in which council meetings are held

death chamber: a room in which someone has died

float chamber: a chamber in a carburettor in which a floating valve controls the entry and level of petrol

lower chamber: one of the two houses of a bicameral legislature : usually the larger and more representative house

magma chamber: a reservoir of magma in the earth's crust where the magma may reside temporarily on its way from the upper mantle to the earth's surface

privy chamber: a private apartment inside a royal residence

second chamber: The second chamber is one of the two groups that a parliament is divided into. In Britain, the second chamber is the House of Lords . In the United States, the second chamber can be either the Senate or the House of Representatives .

spark chamber: a device for detecting ionizing radiation, consisting of two oppositely charged metal plates in a chamber containing inert gas, so that a particle passing through the chamber ionizes the gas and causes a spark to jump between the electrodes

state chamber: a room for public ceremonies and celebrations

torture chamber: a room where somebody is caused extreme physical pain, esp in order to extract information, break resistance, etc

upper chamber: → another name for an upper house

altitude chamber: a chamber for simulating the conditions of air pressure and temperature for a given altitude in order to test the behavior of people and equipment in such an environment

audience chamber: a room where a monarch or head of state conducts formal interviews

buoyancy chamber: an enclosed section of a canoe, float, ship or other object that contains air, foam, or another buoyant substance in order to help maintain buoyancy

combustion chamber: an enclosed space in which combustion takes place, such as the space above the piston in the cylinder head of an internal-combustion engine or the chambers in a gas turbine or rocket engine in which fuel and oxidant burn

debating chamber: a room where a legislative assembly holds debates

flotation tank: an enclosed ventilated tank filled with a saline solution at body temperature, in which a person floats in darkness in order to relax or meditate

hyperbaric chamber: a steel vessel in which atmospheric pressure can be raised or lowered by air compressors, used to treat divers or pilots afflicted with aeroembolism and to provide high-oxygen environments for certain medical treatments and operations

inspection chamber: a shaft with a removable cover that leads down to a sewer or drain

ionization chamber: a device for detecting and measuring ionizing radiation, consisting of a tube containing a low-pressure gas and two electrodes between which a high voltage is maintained . The current between the electrodes is a function of the intensity of the radiation

presence chamber: the room in which a great person, such as a monarch, receives guests, assemblies, etc

reaction chamber: the chamber in a rocket engine in which the reaction or combustion of fuel occurs

decompression chamber: a chamber in which the pressure of air can be varied slowly for returning people from abnormal pressures to atmospheric pressure without inducing decompression sickness

reverberation chamber: a room with walls that reflect sound. It is used to make acoustic measurements and as a source of reverberant sound to be mixed with direct sound for recording or broadcasting

chamber of commerce: A chamber of commerce is an organization of businessmen that promotes local commercial interests.

Wilson cloud chamber: an apparatus for detecting high-energy particles by observing their tracks through a chamber containing a supersaturated vapour . Each particle ionizes molecules along its path and small droplets condense on them to produce a visible track

float bowl: the bowl-shaped section of a carburetor in which a reserve of fuel is maintained, the fuel level being regulated by a float

lower house: one of the two houses of a bicameral legislature : usually the larger and more representative house

upper house: In Britain, the Upper House is theHouse of Lords .

manhole: A manhole is a large hole in a road or path, covered by a metal plate that can be removed. Workers climb down through manholes when they want to examine or clean the drains.

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