coming

ˈkʌmɪŋ

Перевод:

Adjective: предстоящий приходящий грядущий наступающий
Noun: приход прибытие приезд

Фразы:

coming together - сближение

the coming of death - наступление смерти, приход смерти

in the coming year - в будущем году

coming weeks - предстоящие недели

the coming / next generation - следующее поколение

those who are just coming into their time of inflorescence - те, кто только входят в пору своего расцвета

coming into step - вхождение в синхронизм

up-and-coming young prize-fighter - молодой подающий надежды профессиональный боксёр

coming-out - дебют светской девушки; первый выезд в свет; выезд в свет

coming up to grass - выход пласта на дневную поверхность

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Примеры:

Coming through! - Разрешите пройти!

Wait a minute, I'm just coming. - Подожди минутку, я сейчас вернусь.

When are you coming home tonight? - Когда ты сегодня вернешься домой?

The tide is coming in. - Начинается прилив.

"Are you coming with us?" "Yeah, I'm coming." - "Ты пойдешь с нами?" "Да, я иду."

A storm is coming on. - Надвигается шторм.

The time is coming up to 10 o'clock. - Время приближается к десяти.

John is definitely coming. - Джон точно придёт.

When are you coming to visit? - Когда вы придёте в гости?

Will you be coming by train? - Вы приедете на поезде?

What is the world coming to? - К чему катится мир?

What time are you coming home? - В котором часу вы приходите домой?

Are you coming in for a dip? - Ты идёшь купаться?

You have another guess coming! - А вот и нет, не угадал!

But now shhh! Company is coming. - Но теперь тихо! Сюда идут.

I can feel a headache coming on. - Я чувствую что у меня начинает болеть голова

He's coming for a couple of days. - Он приезжает на пару дней.

What time will you be coming home? - В котором часу ты вернёшься домой?

I think I'm coming down with a cold. - Мне кажется, что я заболеваю.

When is your family coming out to join you? - Когда ваша семья планирует приехать к вам?

Look outsir's coming back! - Шухер — учитель возвращается! (брит.)

Did you thank him for coming? - Вы поблагодарили его за то, что он пришел?

Leg it, the police are coming! - Сматываемся, полиция!

You've got another think coming. - Тебе придётся ещё раз подумать.

I saw a big dog coming after me. - Я увидел, что за мной гонится огромная собака.

I got wind that you were coming. - До меня дошёл слух, что вы приезжаете.

The rain was coming down in sheets. - Дождь лил сплошным потоком. / Дождь стоял стеной.

It's coming in very cold for September. - Для начала сентября уж очень холодно.

I haven't a lot of money coming in just now. - У меня сейчас не очень большие доходы.

Monsoon season is coming soon. - Приближается сезон муссонных дождей.

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Связанные термины:

come: When a person or thing comes to a particular place, especially to a place where you are, they move there.

misbecome: to be unbecoming to or unsuitable for

coming out: the act of making it known that one is not heterosexual

coming up!: an expression used to announce that a meal is about to be served

coming week: When a person or thing comes to a particular place, especially to a place where you are, they move there. [...]

coming winter: When a person or thing comes to a particular place, especially to a place where you are, they move there. [...]

Second Coming: When Christians refer to the second coming, they mean the expected return to Earth of Jesus Christ.

coming of age: When something reaches an important stage of development and is accepted by a large number of people, you can refer to this as its coming of age .

have it coming: to be about to receive or to merit punishment or retribution

up-and-coming: Up-and-coming people are likely to be successful in the future.

come at: If a person or animal comes at you, they move towards you in a threatening way and try to attack you.

come by: To come by something means to obtain it or find it.

come for: If people such as soldiers or police come for you, they come to find you, usually in order to harm you or take you away, for example to prison .

come in: If information, a report, or a telephone call comes in, it is received.

come of: to be descended from

come off: If something comes off, it is successful or effective .

come on: You say ' Come on' to someone to encourage them to do something they do not much want to do.

come out: When a new product such as a book or CD comes out, it becomes available to the public.

come to: When someone who is unconscious comes to, they recover consciousness.

come up: If someone comes up or comes up to you, they approach you until they are standing close to you.

come away: to become detached

come back: If something that you had forgotten comes back to you, you remember it.

come down: If the cost, level, or amount of something comes down, it becomes less than it was before.

come from: to be or have been a resident or native (of)

come into: If someone comes into some money, some property, or a title, they inherit it.

come over: If a feeling or desire, especially a strange or surprising one, comes over you, it affects you strongly.

come upon: If you come upon someone or something, you meet them or find them by chance .

coming-of-age drama: When something reaches an important stage of development and is accepted by a large number of people, you can refer to this as its coming of age . [...]

coming-of-age movie: When something reaches an important stage of development and is accepted by a large number of people, you can refer to this as its coming of age . [...]

coming-of-age story: When something reaches an important stage of development and is accepted by a large number of people, you can refer to this as its coming of age . [...]

come about: When you say how or when something came about, you say how or when it happened.

come across: If you come across something or someone, you find them or meet them by chance .

come along: You tell someone to come along to encourage them in a friendly way to do something, especially to attend something.

come around: If someone comes around or comes round to your house, they call there to see you.

come round: to be restored to life or consciousness

come under: If you come under attack or pressure, for example, people attack you or put pressure on you.

have it coming to one: to deserve what one is about to suffer

come between: If someone or something comes between two people, or comes between a person and a thing, they make the relationship or connection between them less close or happy .

come forward: If someone comes forward, they offer to do something or to give some information in response to a request for help .

come in for: If someone or something comes in for criticism or blame, they receive it.

come on to: When you come on to a particular topic, you start discussing it.

come out in: If you come out in spots, you become covered with them.

come through: To come through a dangerous or difficult situation means to survive it and recover from it.

come up for: When someone or something comes up for consideration or action of some kind, the time arrives when they have to be considered or dealt with.

come up to: To be coming up to a time or state means to be getting near to it.

everything is coming up roses: said to mean that someone is having a lot of success and everything is going well for them

where someone is coming from: You can use expressions like I know where you're coming from or you can see where she's coming from to say that you understand someone's attitude or point of view .

come back to: If you come back to a topic or point, you talk about it again later.

come down on: If you come down on one side of an argument, you declare that you support that side.

come down to: If a problem, decision, or question comes down to a particular thing, that thing is the most important factor involved.

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Однокоренные слова:

incoming - входящий, поступающий, вступающий, приход, доходы, прибытие

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