five

faɪv

Перевод:

Numeral: пять
Noun: пятерка пятый номер спортивная команда из пяти человек банкнот в пять фунтов или долларов

Фразы:

bill amounts to twenty five - счет равен двадцати пяти фунтам

to put five seconds of daylight - оторваться на пять секунд

to be five months gone - быть на пятом месяце (беременности)

five less three is two - пять минус три равно двум

a boy of five - мальчик лет пяти

five door - пятидверный

after five days - через пять дней

five hundred - пятьсот

five storey - пятиэтажный

five year - пятилетний

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Примеры:

The store is open until five. - Магазин работает до пяти.

I get off work at five. - Я заканчиваю работу в пять.

I'll be back by five (=five o'clock). - Я вернусь к пяти (часам).

Do you have two fives for a ten? - Можете обменять десятку на две пятёрки?

There is also a golf course five miles away. - На расстоянии пяти миль также имеется поле для гольфа.

The family moved to Canada when he was five (=five years old). - Семья переехала в Канаду, когда ему было пять (лет).

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Связанные термины:

five Ks: → the five Ks

Big Five: the five countries considered to be the major world powers. In the period immediately following World War II, the US, Britain, the Soviet Union, China, and France were regarded as the Big Five

five-door: a car with five doors

five-spot: (in the US) a five-dollar bill

five-star: (of a hotel ) first-class, top-quality, or offering exceptional luxury

five wits: the five senses or mental faculties

five-year: happening over a period of five years

high five: If you give someone a high five, you put your hand up and hit their open hand with yours, especially after a victory or as a greeting.

take five: to take a break of five minutes

five by five: an expression used in telecommunications to state that a signal is being received clearly

five-eighth: (in rugby ) a player positioned between the scrum-half and the inside-centre

five-finger: any of various plants having five-petalled flowers or five lobed leaves, such as cinquefoil and Virginia creeper

five stones: the game of jacks played with five stones

Five Towns: → the Five Towns

forty-five: a gramophone record played at 45 revolutions per minute

tight five: the combined front and second rows of a rugby union scrum

five-a-day: the five portions of fruit and vegetables that people are recommended to eat every day as part of a healthy diet

five hundred: a card game for three players, with 500 points for game

Five Nations: (formerly) a confederacy of Native American peoples living mainly in and around present-day New York state, consisting of the Cayugas, Mohawks, Oneidas, Onondagas, and Senecas

seventy-five: a cardinal number, 70 plus 5

five-a-side: a version of soccer with five players on each side

nine to five: normal office hours

the five Ks: items traditionally worn or carried by Sikhs, each possessing a symbolic importance

five-and-dime: a shop that sells a wide variety of things at a cheap price

five-day week: a system in which people work for five days in every seven

Five-Year Plan: (formerly in socialist economies ) a government plan for economic development over a period of five years

Group of Five: France, Japan, UK, US, and Germany acting as a group to stabilize their currency exchange rates

the Five Towns: the name given in his fiction by Arnold Bennett to the Potteries towns ( actually six in number) of Burslem, Fenton, Hanley, Longton, Stoke-upon-Trent, and Tunstall, now part of the city of Stoke-on-Trent

the Forty-Five: the unsuccessful Jacobite rising of 1715 led by James Francis Edward Stuart

five-faced bishop: a small N temperate plant, Adoxa moschatellina, with greenish-white musk-scented flowers on top of the stem, arranged as four pointing sideways at right angles to each other and one facing upwards : family Adoxaceae

five-pin bowling: a bowling game using five pins, played esp in Canada

five-star hotel: a top-quality hotel offering exceptional luxury

five-o'clock shadow: beard growth visible late in the day on a man's shaven face

five-star restaurant: a restaurant which has been given the top star-rating

give a person five: to greet or congratulate someone by slapping raised hands

hang five (or ten): to ride a surfboard with the toes of one (or both) feet draped over the front edge of the board

five-a-side football: a version of soccer with five players in each team

Five Civilized Nations: the collective name for the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Seminole tribes who, in spite of their adaptation to European culture, were deported to the Indian Territory from 1830 to 1840

Five Nations Tournament: a former annual competition involving the national sides of England, France, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales ; replaced by the Six Nations Championship in 2000

take five, take ten: If someone tells you to take five or to take ten, they are telling you to have a five- or ten-minute break from what you are doing.

five-and-ten-cent store: a store that sells a wide variety of inexpensive merchandise, orig. with many articles priced at five or ten cents

five heads of predicables: → the five heads of predicables

Five Nations Championship: a former annual competition involving the national sides of England, France, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales ; replaced by the Six Nations Championship in 2000

take five (or ten, etc.): take a break for five (or ten, etc.) minutes, as from working

the five heads of predicables: five Aristotelian classes of predicates namely genus, species, difference, property, and relation

moschatel: a small N temperate plant, Adoxa moschatellina, with greenish-white musk-scented flowers on top of the stem, arranged as four pointing sideways at right angles to each other and one facing upwards : family Adoxaceae

townhall clock: a small N temperate plant, Adoxa moschatellina, with greenish-white musk-scented flowers on top of the stem, arranged as four pointing sideways at right angles to each other and one facing upwards : family Adoxaceae

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Однокоренные слова:

fiver - пятерка