considerable

kənˈsɪd(ə)rəbl

Перевод:

Adjective: значительный большой немалый важный
Noun: много множество

Фразы:

to a considerable extent - в значительной мере

considerable movement in the market - значительное оживление на рынке

a considerable amount of time - немало времени

considerable proportion - значительная доля

considerable man - человек, пользующийся уважением

the daughter of a considerable potter - дочь почтенного гончара

man of considerable culture - человек высокой культуры

considerable / great / intense excitement - сильное волнение

considerable / enormous / notable / substantial / tremendous / tangible gain - значительная прибыль, большой доход

considerable / grave / great / immeasurable / irreparable / severe harm - серьёзные, тяжёлые, значительные повреждения

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Примеры:

He was of considerable assistance to us. - Он нам сильно помог.

The book has a considerable run. - Книга хорошо распродаётся.

The project will entail considerable expense. - Данный проект повлечёт за собой значительные расходы.

The arrow penetrated to a considerable depth. - Стрела проникла на значительную глубину.

Damage to the vehicle was considerable. - Повреждение транспортного средства было значительным.

Demotion means a considerable drop in income. - Понижение означает резкое снижение доходов.

The nude statue caused considerable comment. - Статуя обнажённой вызвала оживлённые комментарии.

We received a considerable number of complaints. - Мы получили значительное число жалоб.

We've saved a considerable amount of money. - Мы сэкономили солидную сумму денег.

The plan was regarded with considerable suspicion. - К плану отнеслись со значительной долей подозрительности.

A considerable portion of the city was flooded. - Значительная часть города была затоплена.

The job will require a considerable input of money. - Эта работа потребует значительного денежного вклада.

I will forever be grateful for his considerable input. - Я буду вечно ему благодарен за его значительный вклад.

We have given this matter considerable thought. - Мы очень много думали над этим вопросом.

Some of the most considerable citizens were banished. - Были изгнаны некоторые наиболее уважаемые граждане.

The party made considerable gains at local elections. - Партия добилась значительных успехов на местных выборах.

Redecorating the house will be a considerable expense. - Отделка дома заново потребует значительных затрат.

A considerable portion of the heat is wasted by radiation. - Значительная часть тепла теряется на излучение.

She was in considerable pain. - Она испытывала сильную боль.

Ants have considerable powers of intercommunication by means of their antennae. - Муравьи довольно хорошо умеют передавать информацию друг другу при помощи усиков.

We then coursed down a considerable stream. - Затем мы направились вниз по большой реке.

He had considerable experience of government. - У него был немалый опыт управления.

It's an area of considerable historical interest. - Эта территория представляет значительный исторический интерес.

The question is one of considerable nicety and difficulty. - Этот вопрос — один из наиболее деликатных и сложных.

Michael has already spent considerable time in Barcelona. - Майкл уже провёл в Барселоне немало времени.

The arguments for legalizing marijuana have considerable merit. - Аргументы в пользу легализации марихуаны достойны обсуждения.

The support was considerable and very gratifying. - Поддержка была значительной и очень приятной.

He proved that he has considerable inner resources. - Он доказал, что обладает значительными внутренними ресурсами.

There is considerable scope for further growth in the economy. - Существует значительный потенциал для дальнейшего роста экономики.

The horse has a considerable spice of devil in his composition - В статях этого коня есть что-то дьявольское.

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Связанные термины:

considerable cost: The cost of something is the amount of money that is needed in order to buy, do, or make it.

considerable pain: Pain is the feeling of great discomfort you have, for example when you have been hurt or when you are ill .

considerable power: If someone has power, they have a lot of control over people and activities.

considerable skill: Skill is the knowledge and ability that enables you to do something well.

considerable advantage: An advantage is something that puts you in a better position than other people.

considerable amount: The amount of something is how much there is, or how much you have, need, or get.

considerable anxiety: Anxiety is a feeling of nervousness or worry .

considerable damage: Damage is physical harm that is caused to an object.

considerable distance: The distance between two points or places is the amount of space between them.

considerable effort: If you make an effort to do something, you try very hard to do it.

considerable expense: Expense is the money that something costs you or that you need to spend in order to do something.

considerable margin: A margin is the difference between two amounts, especially the difference in the number of votes or points between the winner and the loser in an election or other contest .

considerable pressure: If you are experiencing pressure, you feel that you must do a lot of tasks or make a lot of decisions in very little time, or that people expect a lot from you.

considerable savings: A saving is a reduction in the amount of time or money that is used or needed .

considerable wealth: Wealth is the possession of a large amount of money, property, or other valuable things. You can also refer to a particular person's money or property as their wealth .

considerable weight: If someone or something gives weight to what a person says, thinks, or does, they emphasize its significance .

considerable importance: The importance of something is its quality of being significant, valued, or necessary in a particular situation .

considerable improvement: If there is an improvement in something, it becomes better . If you make improvements to something, you make it better.

considerable uncertainty: Uncertainty is a state of doubt about the future or about what is the right thing to do.

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Однокоренные слова:

inconsiderable - незначительный, неважный, не заслуживающий внимания
considerably - изрядно

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