Noun: эпоха


in a few days - через несколько дней

snowy days - снежные дни

in these days - в наши дни

have seen better days - повидать лучшие времёна; знавать лучшие времена; поистрепаться

he will see his better days yet - наступят и для него лучшие времена; он ещё оправится

in bible days - в библейские времёна

this bill ran thirty days - этот вексель был сроком на 30 дней

in all my born days - за всю мою жизнь

couple of days - Пара дней

in those far-off days - в те далёкие дни

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He saw better days. - Он видел лучшие времена.

He left two days ago. - Он уехал два дня назад.

His days are numbered. - Дни его сочтены.

Eight days intervened. - Прошло восемь дней.

I'm on days this week. - Я на этой неделе работаю в день.

The days passed slowly. - Дни тянулись медленно.

April has 30 days. - В апреле 30 дней.

The days are shortening. - Дни сокращаются.

the dark days of the war - мрачные дни войны

He has known better days. - Он знавал лучшие времена.

His dancing days are done. - Он своё оттанцевал.

He hadn't shaved for days. - Он не брился несколько дней.

The days slowly crawled by. - Дни медленно ползли / тянулись.

In winter, the days shorten. - Зимой дни становятся короче.

in the days of sailing ships - в эпоху парусных судов

I need to structure my days. - Мне нужно упорядочить свою жизнь.

He ended his days in prison. - Он закончил свои дни /свою жизнь/ в тюрьме.

In Spring, the days lengthen. - Весной дни становятся всё длиннее.

That style is out these days. - В наше время данный стиль уже устарел.

He had a pass for three days. - У него был трёхдневный отпуск.

He spent his days in beggary. - Он провёл свои дни в нищете.

Her hat had seen better days. - Её шляпка знавала и лучшие дни.

Kids grow up fast these days. - В наше время дети растут быстро.

a young mother's crowded days - насыщенная жизнь молодой матери

We spent three days in Paris. - Мы провели три дня в Париже.

These days it is not unusual. - В наши дни это не редкость.

Money was short in those days. - Денег тогда не хватало.

the last days of the dinosaurs - последние дни динозавров

The brief days flit ghostlike. - Короткие дни проносятся, как привидения.

Men may sail it in seven days. - За семь дней это можно переплыть.

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Связанные термины:

day: A day is one of the seven twenty-four hour periods of time in a week .

dog days: the hot period of the summer reckoned in ancient times from the heliacal rising of Sirius (the Dog Star )

lay days: the number of days permitted for the loading or unloading of a ship without payment of demurrage

old days: → the old days

early days: too soon to tell how things will turn out

Ember days: any of four groups of three days ( always Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday ) of prayer and fasting, the groups occurring after Pentecost, after the first Sunday of Lent, after the feast of St Lucy (Dec 13), and after the feast of the Holy Cross ( Sept 14)

salad days: a period of youth and inexperience

halcyon days: a time in the past when something was especially successful

hundred days: the period between Napoleon Bonaparte's arrival in Paris from Elba on March 20, 1815, and his abdication on June 29, 1815

roaring days: → the roaring days

Rogation Days: April 25 (the Major Rogation ) and the Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday before Ascension Day, observed by Christians as days of solemn supplication for the harvest and marked by processions, special prayers, and blessing of the crops

station days: days on which ceremonies are held in station churches

Days of Awe: the festivals of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, the period of repentance in the first ten days of the Jewish new year

juridical days: days on which the courts are in session

the dog days: the hottest days of the year, which occur in July and August in the northern hemisphere

the old days: the past

V-Day: a day nominated to celebrate victory, as in V-E Day or V-J Day in World War II

days of grace: days permitted by custom for payment of a promissory note, bill of exchange, etc, after it falls due

end one's days: to pass the end of one's life

good old days: an earlier period of time regarded as better than the present

day off: A day off is a day when you do not go to work, even though it is usually a working day.

lay day: any of the days allowed for loading or unloading a ship without payment of extra charge

man-day: a day regarded as the number of hours work one person can complete in a day

off day: If someone has an off day, they do not perform as well as usual.

on day: a day when someone performs well

pay day: Pay day is the day of the week or month on which you receive your wages or salary .

tag day: a day on which money is publicly solicited as for some charity, each contributor being given a tag

Ancient of Days: a name for God, originating in the Authorized Version of the Old Testament ( Daniel 7:9)

in the old days: In the old days means in the past, before things changed.

it is early days: Early means near the beginning of something such as a piece of work or a process.

it's early days: If you say about something that might be true that it is early days, you mean that it is too soon for you to be completely sure about it.

nine-days wonder: something that arouses great interest, but only for a short period

one's salad days: If you refer to your salad days, you are referring to a period of your life when you were young and inexperienced.

the roaring days: the period of the Australian goldrushes

civil day: the period of time, the calendar day, of 24 hours ' duration reckoned from one midnight to the next

class day: a day during the commencement season on which the members of the graduating class in U.S. colleges and schools celebrate the completion of their course with special ceremonies

duvet day: a day of leave from work that an employee is allowed to take at short notice

Ember day: any of the days in the quarterly three-day period of prayer and fasting (the Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday after the first Sunday in Lent, after Whitsunday, after Sept . 14, and after Dec. 13) observed in the Roman Catholic Church and other Western churches

fast day: a religious holy day, etc. observed by fasting

feast day: → feast (sense 1 )

fete day: a festival day

field day: a day spent in some special outdoor activity, such as nature study or sport

First day: Sunday

flag day: In Britain, a flag day is a day on which people collect money for a charity from people in the street . People are given a small sticker to wear to show that they have given money.

gala day: a day of sports, entertainment, etc, often organized in order to raise money for a charity, cause, school, etc

half-day: A half-day is a day when you work only in the morning or in the afternoon, but not all day.

high day: a day of celebration; festival (esp in the phrase high days and holidays )

holy day: a day on which a religious festival is observed

hump day: the middle day of the working week, usually Wednesday

leap day: February 29: the extra day added to the Gregorian calendar in a leap year

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Однокоренные слова:

day - день, сутки, время, рабочий день, дневной
dayless - темный

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