children's book - книга для детей

day care for children - присмотр за детьми

careful children - заботливые дети

children playing cowboys and Indians - дети, играющие в "индейцев и ковбоев"

crying children - плачущие дети

child abuse, abuse of children - жестокое обращение с детьми

firm with children - строгий к детям

his children, one of whom is growing up - его дети, один из которых уже взрослый

to have the children stay - заставить детей остаться

children are admitted half-price - на детские билеты скидка пятьдесят процентов

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He has no children. - У него нет детей.

I'll bath the children. - Я искупаю детей.

Children love to act. - Дети любят притворяться кем-то другим /играть в театр/.

My children don't ski - Мои дети не катаются на лыжах.

The children played hard. - Дети были поглощены игрой.

She tends to the children. - Она присматривает за детьми.

Maori children - дети Маори

Do your children get on? - Твои дети ладят (друг с другом)?

Have you got any children? - У вас есть дети?

The children had leapt up. - Дети очень выросли.

The children work in pairs. - Дети работают в парах.

children need a lot of love - детям нуждаются в большом внимании и заботе (досл. в большой любви)

The children are well again. - Дети уже поправились /выздоровели/.

The children never eat much. - Дети никогда не едят много.

Children need moral guidance. - Дети нуждаются в духовно-нравственном воспитании.

She has three small children. - У неё трое маленьких детей.

Sam sired eight children. - Сэм — отец восьмерых детей.

Children photograph well. - Дети хорошо получаются на фотографиях.

I've always loved children. - Я всегда любила детей.

The children fled in panic. - Дети в панике убежали.

Children clamored excitedly. - Дети радостно загалдели.

He is awkward with children. - Он неловко себя чувствует с детьми.

Most children enjoy singing. - Большинство детей поёт с удовольствием.

He did right by his children. - В отношении детей он вёл себя правильно.

'Yes,' the children chorused. - — Да, — хором ответили дети.

The children danced and sang. - Дети танцевали и пели.

Stop banging about, children. - Дети, прекратите шуметь.

I commend my children to you. - Поручаю вам своих детей.

I worry about children today. - Мне сегодня тревожно за детей.

The children danced with joy. - Дети заплясали от радости.

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Связанные термины:

ankle biter: a child

bairn: A bairn is a child.

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

kiddiewinkie: a child

kiddy: a boy or girl between birth and puberty

kiddywink: a child

pickney: a child

flower children: (esp during the 1960s) young people whose behaviour, dress, use of drugs, etc implied a rejection of conventional values, and who used flowers to symbolize peace and naturalness

children of Israel: the Jews ; Hebrews

children's home: an institution for orphans and abandoned children

Children's Panel: (in Scotland) a group of representatives of relevant agencies, with the power to deal with a child under sixteen who is in criminal or family trouble . Its hearings are private and replace most of the functions of juvenile courts

school-age children: a child who is old enough to go to school

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.

man-child: a boy ; a young male

only child: a person who has no siblings

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.

Save the Children Fund: a development agency which raises money for deprived children around the world

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

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

flower child: → hippie

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

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

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 .

biological child: any child conceived rather than adopted by a specified parent, and therefore carrying genes from the parent

designer baby: People sometimes refer to a baby that has developed from an embryo with certain desired characteristics as a designer baby .

exceptional child: a gifted child

latchkey child: a child who has to let himself or herself in at home on returning from school, as his or her parents are out at work

latchkey kid: a child who has to let himself or herself in at home on returning from school, as his or her parents are out at work

school-age child: a child who is old enough to go to school

great: You use great to describe something that is very large. Great is more formal than big .

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Однокоренные слова:

childrenese - язык общения взрослых с детьми

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