Adjective: хороший добрый благой приятный
Interjection: хорошо
Noun: добро благо польза


the parable of the Good Samaritan - притча о добром самаритянине

enough is as good as a feast - посл. ≅ от добра добра не ищут

take the bad with the good - стойко переносить превратности судьбы; в жизни всякое бывает

to be in smb.'s good (bad, black) books - быть у кого-л. на хорошем (плохом) счету

the campaign got off to a good start - кампания началась успешно

to be of good cheer - быть в хорошем настроении

good choice - хороший выбор

clinking good - чертовски хороший

excellent / favourable / good conditions - хорошие условия, благоприятные обстоятельства

good conduct - послушание, хорошее поведение

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Good morning! - Доброе утро!

That's a good point. - Хорошее замечание. / Верно подмечено.

How good of you! - Как это мило с вашей стороны!

Good boy! - Молодец! / Хороший мальчик!

Good land! - Боже мой!

I'm no good at cards. - Я в картах не силён.

Watching too much TV isn't good for you. - Тебе вредно слишком много смотреть телевизор.

Listen to me good! - Слушай меня хорошенько!

It's no good trying. - Бесполезно пытаться.

Sit! Good dog. - Сидеть! Хорошая собака.

That was good fun. - Это было весело.

It is no good. - Бесполезно.

Good riddance! - Тем лучше! / Сплавили, слава богу! / Скатертью дорога!

That's good news! - Это хорошая новость!

You need a good rest. - Вам нужно хорошо отдохнуть.

The soup smells good. - Суп вкусно /хорошо/ пахнет.

Good shot! - Хороший выстрел! / Отличный удар /бросок/!

Good grief! - Чёрт возьми! / Ну и ну! / Ни черта себе!

This is good stuff. - Отличная вещь! / Вот это — вещь! / Классная дурь.

That was a good game! - Хорошая была игра!

Milk is good for you. - Молоко тебе полезно.

He earns a good wage. - Он получает хорошую зарплату. / Он хорошо зарабатывает.

I got a good ducking. - Я сильно промок.

Age matures a good wine. - С возрастом хорошее вино вызревает.

She's a good fuck. - Она обалденная давалка.

A darn good movie! - Чертовски хороший фильм!

His monologues made for good theater. - Его монологи были очень сценичны.

Good old Keith! - Старый добрый Кит!

Good morning, Papa! - Доброе утро, папа!

He cherished the faith of a good woman. - Он дорожил доверием одной хорошей женщины.

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Связанные термины:

good-oh: an exclamation of pleasure, agreement, approval, etc

no-good: good-for-nothing ; worthless

come good: to recover and perform well after a bad start or setback

feel-good: A feel-good film is a film which presents people and life in a way which makes the people who watch it feel happy and optimistic.

for good: If something changes or disappears for good, it never changes back or comes back as it was before.

good and: ( intensifier )

Good Book: the Bible

good day: People sometimes say ' Good day ' instead of 'Hello' or 'Goodbye'.

good egg: a good person

good for: able to survive, endure, or be used for (a specified period of time)

good guy: You can refer to the good characters in a film or story as the good guys . You can also refer to the good guys in a situation in real life .

good hair: hair that is typically long and straight, or in loose waves

Good Hope: Cape of cape at the SW tip of Africa, on the Atlantic

good job: If you say that someone is doing a good job, you mean that they are doing something well . In British English, you can also say that they are making a good job of something.

good life: a life abounding in material comforts and luxuries

good name: the good opinion that people have about a person or thing

good news: someone or something that is positive, encouraging, uplifting, desirable, or the like

good oil: → the good oil

good old: You use good old before the name of a person, place, or thing when you are referring to them in an affectionate way .

good self: a polite way of referring to or addressing a person (or persons), used following your, his, her, or their

good side: In sport, a side is a team .

good sort: a person of a kindly and likable disposition

good-time: (of a person) wildly seeking pleasure

good turn: a helpful and friendly act; good deed ; favour

make good: If you make good some damage, a loss, or a debt, you try to repair the damage, replace what has been lost, or repay the debt.

the good: those who are good

very good: Very good is used to tell someone in authority that you agree to carry out a suggestion or order.

common good: the part of the property of a Scottish burgh, in the form of land or funds, that is at the disposal of the community

good advice: If you give someone advice, you tell them what you think they should do in a particular situation .

good cheer: merrymaking ; revelry

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

good faith: honesty or sincerity, as of intention in business (esp in the phrase in good faith )

good fellow: an agreeable, convivial person

Good Friday: Good Friday is the day on which Christians remember the crucifixion of Jesus Christ . It is the Friday before Easter Sunday .

good graces: If you are in someone's good graces, they are pleased with you.

good grief: Some people say ' Good grief ' when they are surprised or shocked .

good health: A person's health is the condition of their body and the extent to which it is free from illness or is able to resist illness.

good humor: a cheerful, agreeable, pleasant mood

good-looker: a handsome or pretty person

good looks: personal attractiveness or beauty

good nature: a pleasant, agreeable, or kindly disposition ; amiability; geniality

good night: a phrase used as a farewell at night in parting or going to bed

good people: → the good people

good place: A place is any point, building, area, town, or country.

good player: A player in a sport or game is a person who takes part, either as a job or for fun .

good reason: The reason for something is a fact or situation which explains why it happens or what causes it to happen.

good result: A result is something that happens or exists because of something else that has happened.

good school: A school is a place where children are educated . You usually refer to this place as school when you are talking about the time that children spend there and the activities that they do there.

good show!: an exclamation of appreciation and congratulations on another's accomplishment

good-sized: quite large

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Однокоренные слова:

goodly - прекрасно, красиво, красивый, большой, крупный, значительный
goodness - доброта, добродетель, доброкачественность, великодушие, хорошее качество
goodies - сладости, сласти, конфеты, леденцы
goodish - довольно хороший, порядочный, долгий, приличный

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