Noun: ребенок дитя потомок сын


child / infant care - уход за детьми

abused / mistreated child - ребёнок, с которым плохо, жестоко обращаются

gifted child - одарённый ребёнок

delinquent child - провинившийся ребёнок

disobedient child - непослушный ребёнок

recalcitrant / stubborn child - упрямый, непослушный ребёнок

retarded child - ребёнок, отстающий в развитии

self-willed / wilful / wayward child - своевольный ребёнок

toilet-trained child - ребёнок, приученный к горшку

underprivileged child - ребёнок, права которого ущемлены

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He is but a child. - Он всего лишь ребёнок.

She's such a child! - Она такой ребёнок!

He is our only child. - Он — наш единственный ребёнок.

The child looks unhappy. - У этого ребёнка недовольный вид.

I was a timid child. - Я был застенчивым ребёнком.

Of course, dear child. - Разумеется, родной мой.

You insolent child! - Ах ты маленький наглец!

Leave the child with me! - Оставьте ребёнка у меня!

Don't pander to the child. - Не балуй ребёнка.

This is no place for a child. - Ребёнку тут не место. / Детям тут делать нечего.

That child is a little pickle. - Этот ребёнок — маленький озорник.

She was blonde as a child. - В детстве у неё были светлые волосы.

He's a mere child. - Он всего лишь ребёнок. / Он — сущее дитя.

She's a helpful child. - Она — отзывчивый ребёнок.

He behaves like a child! - Он ведёт себя, как ребёнок!

The child is very headstrong. - Этот ребёнок — очень упрямый.

They decided to adopt a child. - Они решили усыновить ребёнка.

She is big with child. - Она на сносях. / Она вот-вот родит.

She is bearing his child. - Она носит его ребёнка. / Она беременна от него.

I hate to see a child suffer. - Терпеть не могу смотреть, как страдает ребёнок.

She is an extraordinary child. - Она необычный ребёнок.

She's a very photogenic child. - Она очень фотогеничная девочка.

the birth of a child - рождение ребёнка

I am carrying his child. - Я ношу его ребёнка. / Я от него беременна.

The child jumped into bed. - Ребёнок запрыгнул в постель.

The hamster bit the child. - Хомяк укусил ребёнка.

The child trolled her hoop. - Девочка вращала свой обруч.

She's a very peculiar child. - Она — очень странная девочка.

The child entangled the cord. - Ребёнок запутал этот шнурок.

He was no heavier than a child. - Он был не тяжелее ребёнка.

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Связанные термины:

man-child: a boy ; a young male

adult child: A child is a human being who is not yet an adult .

child abuse: physical, sexual, or emotional ill-treatment or neglect of a child, esp by those responsible for its welfare

child actor: an actor who is a child

child bride: a very young bride, esp when the groom is considerably older

child-care: having to do with the care of children, specif., of preschool children whose parents are employed

child death: Death is the permanent end of the life of a person or animal.

child-free: making a positive choice not to have children

child labor: the regular, full-time employment of children under a legally defined age in factories, stores, offices, etc.: in the U.S., the minimum legal age under federal law is 16 (in hazardous occupations, 18)

child lock: a lock, such as one on a door or window, designed to keep children safe

child seat: a type of child restraint consisting of a seat with safety features

child star: a child who attains celebrity status

child wife: a very young wife

feral child: a neglected child who engages in lawless or anti-social behaviour

inner child: Some psychologists refer to a person's childish feelings as his or her inner child .

love child: If journalists refer to someone as a love child, they mean that the person was born as a result of a love affair between two people who have never been married to each other.

Moon Child: someone who is born under the Cancer astrological sign

only child: a person who has no siblings

poor child: A child is a human being who is not yet an adult .

wild child: Journalists sometimes use wild child to refer to a teenage girl who enjoys herself in an uncontrolled way, for example by going to a lot of parties, drinking lots of alcohol, or having relationships with much older people.

with child: pregnant

bright child: A child is a human being who is not yet an adult .

child abuser: someone who abuses a child, esp someone convicted of this

child-bearing: the act or process of carrying and giving birth to a child

child benefit: In Britain, child benefit is an amount of money paid weekly by the state to families for each of their children.

child cruelty: cruelty directed against children

child custody: Law custody (sense 4 )

child genius: a person, esp a child, of unusual or marvellous talents

child 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.

child labour: the full-time employment of children below a minimum age laid down by statute

child minder: a person who looks after children, esp those whose parents are working

child poverty: Poverty is the state of being extremely poor .

child prodigy: A child prodigy is a child with a very great talent .

child rearing: the activity of rearing children

child safety: Safety is the state of being safe from harm or danger .

child soldier: A soldier is a person who works in an army, especially a person who is not an officer.

child support: money paid for the care of one's minor child, esp. payments to a divorced spouse or a guardian under a decree of divorce

child welfare: social work and services aimed at insuring the welfare of children

Christ Child: → the Christ Child

eldest child: A child is a human being who is not yet an adult .

flower child: → hippie

foster child: a child looked after temporarily or brought up by people other than its natural or adoptive parents

little child: A child is a human being who is not yet an adult .

missing child: A child is a human being who is not yet an adult .

natural child: an illegitimate child; one born of illicit intercourse

poster child: If someone is a poster child for a particular cause, characteristic, or activity, they are seen as a very good or typical example of it.

street child: Street children are homeless children who live outdoors in a city and live by begging or stealing .

unborn child: A child is a human being who is not yet an adult .

child abduction: the crime of removing a child from its rightful home

child battering: child abuse in the form of battering

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Однокоренные слова:

childhood - детство, детский возраст, младенчество
childish - детский, ребяческий, ребячий, несерьезный
childless - бездетный
childlike - детский, искренний как ребенок, чистый, непосредственный как ребенок
childly - детский, ребячливый, по-детски
childness - детскость
childed - имеющий детей
childing - рожающая, плодородный, плодоносящий
childship - усыновление, удочерение, статус сына или дочери

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