fan

fæn

Перевод:

Noun: поклонник вентилятор веер любитель
Verb: раздуть раздувать разжигать обмахивать

Фразы:

to wave a fan - махать, обмахиваться веером

ceiling fan - потолочный вентилятор

to turn on a fan - включить вентилятор

to turn off a fan - выключить вентилятор

to fan the fires of nationalism - раздувать националистические страсти

fan letter - письмо поклонника

delta fan - дельтовый конус выноса

gully fan - овражный конус выноса

talus fan - конус выноса

bay fan - выступ конуса

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Примеры:

The breeze fanned her hair. - Ветерок обдувал её волосы.

The peacock fanned his tail. - Павлин раскрыл веером хвост.

The little fire was fanned by a passing breeze to a lively flame. - Налетевший ветерок раздул небольшое пламя в яркий костёр.

A fan of beams, issuing from the hidden sun, was spread out. - Веер лучей, испускаемых заходящим солнцем, занял всё небо.

The book will serve to fan the flames of debate. - Данная книга ещё сильнее раздует пламя споров.

If you're a Billy Crystal fan, you'll love this movie. - Если ты почитатель Билли Кристала, тебе понравится этот фильм.

He fanned himself with a newspaper while he waited for the bus. - Он обмахивался газетой, пока ждал автобус.

Her resistance only fanned his desire. - От её сопротивления его желание стало только сильнее.

The batter fanned on a curveball. - Отбивающий получил страйкаут, промахнувшись по кручёному мячу.

Football fans began rioting in the streets. - Футбольные фанаты начали бесчинствовать на улицах.

Fan the cards out, holding them together at the bottom, so that you can see each one. - Держи карты за низ, веером, так чтобы ты мог все их видеть.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If a group of people or things fan out, they move forwards away from a particular point in different directions.

If a group of people or things fan out, they move forwards away from a particular point in different directions.

Связанные термины:

fan out: If a group of people or things fan out, they move forwards away from a particular point in different directions .

fan-tan: a Chinese gambling game in which a random number of counters are placed under a bowl and wagers laid on how many will remain after they have been divided by four

sea fan: any of various corals of the genus Gorgonia and related genera, having a treelike or fan-shaped horny skeleton : order Gorgonacea ( gorgonians )

fan base: The fan base of someone such as a pop star or a pop group is their fans, considered as a whole .

fan belt: In a car engine, the fan belt is the belt that drives the fan which keeps the engine cool.

fan club: A fan club is an organized group of people who all admire the same person or thing, for example a pop singer or pop group. Members of the fan club receive information and can take part in activities such as trips to concerts .

fan dance: a dance in which large fans are manipulated in front of the body, partially revealing or suggesting nakedness

fan mail: mail sent to a famous person, such as a pop musician or film star, by admirers

fan oven: an electric oven in which a fan circulates the air and which uses both top and bottom heat

fan palm: any of various palm trees, such as the talipot and palmetto, that have fan-shaped leaves

fan worm: any tube-dwelling polychaete worm of the family Sabellidae, having long tentacles that spread into a fan when the worm emerges from its tube

fan zone: a public area where refreshments and entertainment are provided to fans before and during a nearby event

film fan: a person who is very fond of watching cinema films

keen fan: If you are a fan of someone or something, especially a famous person or a sport, you like them very much and are very interested in them.

ceiling fan: a fan fitted to the ceiling

cooling fan: (in an automotive vehicle) a device that keeps an engine cool

fan fiction: fiction written by a fan of, and involving characters featured in, a particular film, television series, etc

fan heater: a space heater consisting of an electrically heated element with an electrically driven fan to disperse the heat by forced convection

fan letter: a letter sent by an admiring fan, as to a celebrity

fan letters: mail sent to a famous person, such as a pop musician or film star, by admirers

fan-shaped: shaped like a fan

fan tracery: the carved ornamentation on fan vaulting

massive fan: If you are a fan of someone or something, especially a famous person or a sport, you like them very much and are very interested in them.

sports fan: a person who is enthusiastic about sports

alluvial fan: a fan-shaped accumulation of silt, sand, gravel, and boulders deposited by fast-flowing mountain rivers when they reach flatter land

extractor fan: a fan used in kitchens, bathrooms, workshops, etc, to remove stale air or fumes

fan favourite: Your favourite thing or person of a particular type is the one you like most.

fan magazine: a magazine containing information and gossip about celebrities

fan vaulting: vaulting having ribs that radiate like those of a fan and spring from the top of a capital or corbel

hardcore fan: If you are a fan of someone or something, especially a famous person or a sport, you like them very much and are very interested in them.

lifelong fan: If you are a fan of someone or something, especially a famous person or a sport, you like them very much and are very interested in them.

obsessive fan: If you are a fan of someone or something, especially a famous person or a sport, you like them very much and are very interested in them.

die-hard fan: If you are a fan of someone or something, especially a famous person or a sport, you like them very much and are very interested in them.

disgruntled fan: If you are a fan of someone or something, especially a famous person or a sport, you like them very much and are very interested in them.

fan the air: to strike at but fail to hit something

hit the fan: to become suddenly embarrassing, troublesome, etc.; have a strong negative effect

fan the flames: to make a bad situation worse

fansite: a website dedicated to a particular person or subject and run by a fan or fans of the person or subject

fan-assisted oven: an electric oven in which a fan circulates the air and which uses both top and bottom heat

long-suffering fan: If you are a fan of someone or something, especially a famous person or a sport, you like them very much and are very interested in them.

to fan the flames: If someone or something fans the flames of a situation or feeling, usually a bad one, they make it more intense or extreme in some way.

fanfic: fiction written by a fan of, and involving characters featured in, a particular film, television series, etc

the shit hits the fan: the real trouble begins

the shit hit the fan: If someone says that the shit hit the fan, they mean that there was suddenly a lot of trouble or angry arguments.

when the shit hits the fan: at the time that a crisis point is reached or disaster takes place

be a member of someone's fan club: to approve of someone strongly

fantail: a breed of domestic pigeon having a large tail that can be opened like a fan

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Однокоренные слова:

fan out - развертывать веером

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