Noun: семья семейство род династия
Adjective: семейный фамильный родовой


family commitments - семейные обязанности

destroyer of family life - губитель семьи

devoted to one's family - он целиком и полностью предан своей семье

domestic / family discord - разлад в семье

to disrupt smb.'s family life - разрушать чью-л. семейную жизнь

familiar family friend - близкий друг семьи

blended family - смешанная семья

broken family - разбитая семья

head of a family - глава семьи

suburban family - семья, живущая в пригороде

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Ours is a large family. - Наша семья большая.

in the bosom of the family - в кругу семьи

The family lives in wealth. - Семья живёт в достатке.

My family comes first. - Для меня семья на первом месте.

The family is very posh. - Это превосходная семья.

Please consider your family. - Пожалуйста, отнеситесь с уважением к своей семье.

She is in the family way. - Она в интересном положении.

My family comes from Ireland. - Моя семья родом из Ирландии.

The family now live in London. - Сейчас эта семья живёт в Лондоне.

She is from a very wealthy family. - Она из очень состоятельной семьи.

She came from a poor family. - Она родилась в бедной семье.

He comes from a good family. - Он из хорошей семьи.

She's a friend of the family. - Она — друг семьи.

We are friends of the family. - Мы являемся друзьями этой семьи.

I can see the family likeness. - Я вижу семейное сходство.

a member of the imperial family - член императорской семьи

The family purchased a new car. - Семья приобрела новый автомобиль.

His family rejoiced at the news. - Его семья обрадовалась этой новости. / Эта новость обрадовала его родных.

He became a burden to his family. - Он стал обузой для своей семьи.

She comes of a good family. - Она происходит из хорошей семьи.

She missed her family badly. - Она очень сильно скучала по своей семье.

He put her in the family way. - Он её обрюхатил.

My family winters in Florida. - Моя семья зимует во Флориде.

The family lives off welfare. - Семья живёт за счёт пособия.

He comes of a worker's family. - Он из рабочей семьи.

She alone sustained her family. - Она в одиночку обеспечивала свою семью.

He was lonesome for his family. - Он скучал по своей семье.

The family patronizes the arts. - Эта семья покровительствует искусствам.

He moved his family to Virginia. - Он переехал с семьей в Вирджинию.

The family is falling to pieces. - Семья разваливается на куски.

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Связанные термины:

arum family: the plant family Araceae, characterized by herbaceous plants having numerous tiny flowers on a fleshy spike above or sheathed by a large spathe, and including the anthurium, calla lily, jack-in-the-pulpit, and philodendron

family car: a car suitable for a family

family farm: A farm is an area of land, together with the buildings on it, that is used for growing crops or raising animals, usually in order to sell them.

family firm: → another name for family business

family life: life with one's family; the part of one's life concerned with one's family

family man: A family man is a man who is very fond of his partner and children and likes to spend a lot of time with them.

family men: a man who has a partner and children, esp one who is devoted to his family

family name: Your family name is your surname.

family pet: A pet is an animal that you keep in your home to give you company and pleasure .

family room: a room used by a family for relaxation, watching TV etc

family tree: A family tree is a chart that shows all the people in a family over many generations and their relationship to one another.

family unit: a social group traditionally consisting of parents and children

family way: → in the family way

Holy Family: → the Holy Family

host family: a family which provides board and lodging to students, usually for a fee

lily family: the large plant family Liliaceae, characterized by chiefly herbaceous plants growing from bulbs, corms, rhizomes, or tubers, having narrow, parallel-veined, usually basal leaves, often showy flowers, and fruit in the form of a berry or capsule, and including the aloe, asparagus, aspidistra, hyacinth, numerous species of lily, lily of the valley, trillium, and tulip

mint family: the large plant family Labiatae (or Lamiaceae), characterized by aromatic herbaceous plants having square stems, simple leaves, clusters of two-lipped flowers, and fruit in the form of small nutlets, and including basil, bee balm, catnip, coleus, lavender, marjoram, oregano, peppermint, rosemary, sage, spearmint, and thyme

palm family: the plant family Palmae (or Arecaceae; formerly, Palmaceae), characterized by chiefly tropical evergreen trees or shrubs having large compound leaves in featherlike or fanlike fronds, large clusters of small flowers, and fleshy or dry fruit, and including the palmettos, ornamental palms, and palms that are the source of carnauba wax, coconuts, dates, raffia, rattan, sago, and various oils

pro-family: that favors or benefits families

rose family: the plant family Rosaceae, characterized by trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants having compound or simple leaves with stipules, flowers typically with five sepals and five petals, and fruit in a variety of forms, many of which are fleshy and edible, and including the almond, apple, apricot, blackberry, cherry, cinquefoil, hawthorn, peach, pear, plum, raspberry, rose, spirea, and strawberry

balsam family: the plant family Balsaminaceae, typified by succulent stems, alternate, opposite, or whorled simple leaves, and irregular solitary or clustered flowers, including the balsam and jewelweed

bombax family: the plant family Bombacaceae, typified by tropical deciduous trees having palmate leaves, large and often showy solitary or clustered flowers, and dry fruit with a woolly pulp, and including the baobab and silk-cotton tree

borage family: the plant family Boraginaceae, typified by herbaceous plants, shrubs, and trees having simple, alternate, hairy leaves and usually blue, five-lobed flowers in a cluster that uncoils as they bloom, including borage, bugloss, and forget-me-not

county family: an old family that has lived in a particular county for several generations

family album: an album containing pictures of relatives

family Bible: a large Bible used for family worship in which births, marriages, and deaths are recorded

family circle: members of a family regarded as a closed group

family court: a court that hears cases involving families and children

family credit: (formerly, in Britain) a means-tested allowance paid to low-earning families with one or more dependent children and one or both parents in work: replaced by Working Families' Tax Credit in 1999

family doctor: A family doctor is a doctor who does not specialize in any particular area of medicine, but who has a medical practice in which he or she treats all types of illness .

family friend: a person who has friendly relations with a whole family

family hotel: a hotel owned by a family in which family members work

family jewels: a man's genitals

family leave: temporary leave from work, granted to an employee as to care for a newborn, sick family member, etc.

family-minded: devoted to one's family

family photo: A photo is the same as a → photograph .

family secret: A secret is a fact that is known by only a small number of people, and is not told to anyone else.

family style: a way of serving food, as in boardinghouses and some restaurants, in which the people at the table help themselves from large dishes passed around from hand to hand

family values: a political and social view of high moral standards as typical of a traditional family unit

first family: a family considered to have prestige because of descent, social status, etc.

foster family: A family is a group of people who are related to each other, especially parents and their children.

ginger family: the plant family Zingiberaceae, characterized by tropical, often aromatic herbaceous plants having rhizomes, long sheathing leaves, and clusters of tubular flowers, and including cardamon, ginger, and turmeric

gourd family: the plant family Cucurbitaceae, characterized by tendril-bearing vines, either trailing or climbing and having alternate, palmately lobed leaves, often large yellow or greenish flowers, and many-seeded, fleshy fruit with a hard rind, and including the cucumber, gourd, melon, pumpkin, and squash

grass family: the large plant family Gramineae (or Poaceae), characterized by mostly herbaceous but sometimes woody plants with hollow and jointed stems, narrow sheathing leaves, petalless flowers borne in spikelets, and fruit in the form of seedlike grain, and including bamboo, sugar cane, numerous grasses, and cereal grains such as barley, corn, oats, rice, rye, and wheat

happy family: → another name for grey-crowned babbler

heath family: the plant family Ericaceae, characterized by evergreen or deciduous shrubs, trees, and woody plants growing in acid soil and having simple leaves, often showy flowers either solitary or in clusters, and fruit in the form of a berry or capsule, and including the azalea, blueberry, cranberry, heather, madrone, mountain laurel, rhododendron, and trailing arbutus

joint family: a type of extended family composed of parents, their children, and the children's spouses and offspring in one household

large family: A family is a group of people who are related to each other, especially parents and their children.

laurel family: the plant family Lauraceae, characterized by evergreen or deciduous trees having simple, leathery leaves, aromatic bark and foliage, clusters of small green or yellow flowers, and fruit in the form of a berry or drupe, and including the avocado, bay, laurels of the genera Laurus and Umbellularia, sassafras, spicebush ( Lindera benzoin ), and the trees that yield camphor and cinnamon

legume family: the large plant family Leguminosae (or Fabaceae), typified by herbaceous plants, shrubs, trees, and vines having usually compound leaves, clusters of irregular, keeled flowers, and fruit in the form of a pod splitting along both sides, and including beans, peas, acacia, alfalfa, clover, indigo, lentil, mesquite, mimosa, and peanut

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Однокоренные слова:

subfamily - подсемейство
superfamily - надсемейство, суперсемейство

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