charles

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Noun: Чарльз Карл

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Charles's Wain - Большая Медведица

Примеры:

Charles I lost his head. - Карла I обезглавили.

Charles hates needless waste. - Чарльз ненавидит ненужные затраты.

Charles tends towards obesity. - Чарльз склонен к ожирению.

Charles I was beheaded in 1649. - Карл I был обезглавлен в 1649 году.

Charles was overcome with grief. - Чарльз был охвачен горем.

Charles I Stuart - Карл Первый Стюарт (1600-49 гг.; английский король)

Charles is brother to John. - Чарльз приходится Джону братом.

Charles arrived shortly afterwards. - Чарльз прибыл вскоре после этого.

Will Charles succeed to the throne? - Будет ли Чарльз наследником престола?

Charles died fighting for his country. - Чарльз погиб, сражаясь за свою страну.

What Charles was saying was utter tripe. - То, что говорил Чарльз, была полная чушь.

Charles ran his fingers through her hair. - Чарльз провёл пальцами по её волосам.

Charles' diplomacy eventually bore fruit. - В конечном итоге, дипломатия Чарльза принесла свои плоды.

Charles instigated a programme of reforms. - Чарльз инициировал программу реформ.

He was the historiographer of Charles VII. - Он был историографом Карла Седьмого.

Take the Lake Drive ramp at Charles Street. - Сделайте съезд на Лэйк Драйв у Чарльз стрит.

Charles showed himself to be a fine leader. - Чарльз проявил себя отличным руководителем.

a catalogue published by Charles Griffin & Co. - каталог, публикуемый фирмой "Чарльз Гриффин и компания"

Charles came into a fortune when his father died. - Когда отец умер, Чарлз получил состояние.

Charles spent a week working alongside the miners. - Чарльз неделю проработал вместе с шахтёрами.

'But why?' said Charles, being deliberately obtuse. - — Но почему? — спросил Чарльз, нарочно притворяясь тупым.

He greeted Charles with a languid wave of his hand. - Он поприветствовал Карла вялым взмахом руки.

Mary was going to marry Charles but Jim cut him out. - Мэри собиралась выйти за Чарльза, но Джим отбил её у него.

Sir Charles was a notable figure in swagger society. - Сэр Чарльз был заметной фигурой в модном обществе.

Charles Lutwidge Dodgson is the autonym of Lewis Carroll - Льюиса Кэрролла по-настоящему звали Чарлз Латуидж Доджсон

Charles Darwin's monumental study, 'The Origin of Species' - монументальный труд Чарльза Дарвина "Происхождение видов"

The counsellors of Charles were anxious for their own safety. - Советники короля Карла беспокоились за свою собственную безопасность.

Charles was an odd character whom Kelly had never really taken to. - Чарльз был странный тип, который Келли никогда особо не нравился.

Chunk the fire, Charles, and see if you cannot make it burn better. - Подбрось дров в огонь, Чарльз, и постарайся, чтобы он разгорелся.

To his indignation, Charles found that his name was not on the list. - К своему возмущению, Чарльз обнаружил, что его имени в списке не было.

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Связанные термины:

Charles I: title as Holy Roman Emperor of Charlemagne

Charles V: known as Charles the Wise . 1337–80, king of France (1364–80) during the Hundred Years' War

Charles X: title of Charles Gustavus . 1622–60, king of Sweden, who warred with Poland and Denmark in an attempt to create a unified Baltic state

Charles II: known as Charles the Bald . 823–877 ad, Holy Roman Emperor (875–877) and, as Charles I, king of France (843–877)

Charles III: known as Charles the Fat . 839–888 ad, Holy Roman Emperor (881–887) and, as Charles II, king of France (884–887). He briefly reunited the empire of Charlemagne

Charles IV: known as Charles the Fair . 1294–1328, king of France (1322–28): brother of Isabella of France, with whom he intrigued against her husband, Edward II of England

Charles IX: 1550–74, king of France (1560–74), son of Catherine de' Medici and Henry II: his reign was marked by war between Huguenots and Catholics

Charles VI: known as Charles the Mad or Charles the Well-Beloved. 1368–1422, king of France (1380–1422): defeated by Henry V of England at Agincourt (1415), he was forced by the Treaty of Troyes (1420) to recognize Henry as his successor

Charles VII: 1403–61, king of France (1422–61), son of Charles VI. He was excluded from the French throne by the Treaty of Troyes, but following Joan of Arc's victory over the English at Orléans (1429), was crowned

Charles XI: 1655–97, king of Sweden (1660–97), who established an absolute monarchy and defeated Denmark (1678)

Charles XII: 1682–1718, king of Sweden (1697–1718), who inflicted defeats on Denmark, Russia, and Poland during the Great Northern War (1700–21)

Charles XIV: the title as king of Sweden and Norway of Jean Baptiste Jules Bernadotte

Charles' law: the principle that all gases expand equally for the same rise of temperature if they are held at constant pressure : also that the pressures of all gases increase equally for the same rise of temperature if they are held at constant volume . The law is now known to be only true for ideal gases

Lake Charles: city in SW La .: pop. 72,000

Charles Albert: 1798–1849, king of Sardinia-Piedmont (1831–49) during the Risorgimento : abdicated after the failure of his revolt against Austria

Charles Martel: grandfather of Charlemagne . ?688–741 ad, Frankish ruler of Austrasia (715–41), who checked the Muslim invasion of Europe by defeating the Moors at Poitiers (732)

Charles's law: the statement that for a body of ideal gas at constant pressure the volume is directly proportional to the absolute temperature

Charles's Wain: → Big Dipper

Charles the Great: ?742–814 ad, king of the Franks (768–814) and, as Charles I, Holy Roman Emperor (800–814). He conquered the Lombards (774), the Saxons (772–804), and the Avars (791–799). He instituted many judicial and ecclesiastical reforms, and promoted commerce and agriculture throughout his empire, which extended from the Ebro to the Elbe . Under Alcuin his court at Aachen became the centre of a revival of learning

Charlemagne: ?742–814 ad, king of the Franks (768–814) and, as Charles I, Holy Roman Emperor (800–814). He conquered the Lombards (774), the Saxons (772–804), and the Avars (791–799). He instituted many judicial and ecclesiastical reforms, and promoted commerce and agriculture throughout his empire, which extended from the Ebro to the Elbe . Under Alcuin his court at Aachen became the centre of a revival of learning

Charles Edward Stuart: the royal house that ruled in Scotland from 1371 to 1714 and in England from 1603 to 1714

King Charles spaniel: a toy breed of spaniel with a short turned-up nose and a domed skull

King Charles's head: a fixed idea ; personal obsession

cavalier King Charles spaniel: a similar breed that is slightly larger and has a longer nose

In Good King Charles's Golden Days: a ballad in which a vicar of the Stuart period changes faith to keep his living

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