hope

həup

Перевод:

Verb: надеяться уповать предвкушать
Noun: надежда упование чаяние лощина

Фразы:

while there's life there's hope - пока живу - надеюсь

to deal a deathblow to smb.'s hope - убивать у кого-л. надежду

to deflate smb.'s hope - не оправдать чьи-л. ожидания

a diaphanous hope of success - иллюзорная надежда на удачу

evergreen hope - неугасающая надежда

my extreme hope - моя последняя надежда

to hope fervently / sincerely / very much - сильно, горячо надеяться

ardent / fervent / fond hope - пламенная надежда

faint / slender / slight hope - слабая надежда

false hope - ложная надежда

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Примеры:

She hopes to see them soon. - Она надеется на скорую встречу с ними.

We hope that you are comfortable. - Надеемся, тебе удобно.

We were hoping for good weather. - Мы надеялись на хорошую погоду.

Some hope(s)! - Мечтать не вредно!

We had high hopes for her. - Мы возлагали на неё большие надежды.

I hope he's awake now. - Я надеюсь, что он не спит сейчас.

I hope to reckon roundly. - Я надеюсь полностью рассчитаться.

I hope it's sunny tomorrow. - Я надеюсь, что завтра будет солнечно.

I hope to see more of you. - Надеюсь чаще Вас видеть.

We need to keep hope alive. - Мы должны сохранять надежду.

The people are full of hope for the future. - Люди полны надежд на будущее.

I hope I've been of some help. - Надеюсь, что я смог хоть как-то помочь.

I hope you all had a nice time. - Надеюсь, что вы все замечательно провели время.

I hope for a favourable answer. - Я надеюсь на положительный ответ.

Rita has hopes of studying to be a nurse. - Рита надеется выучиться на медсестру.

I hope to God I haven't left the car window open. - Господи, только бы я не забыла закрыть в машине окно.

I hope you get well soon. - Надеюсь, что вы скоро поправитесь.

The President has expressed the hope that relations will improve. - Президент выразил надежду, что отношения будут улучшаться.

I am bereft of all hope. - Я лишился всякой надежды.

I hope I haven't bored you. - Надеюсь, я вам ещё не наскучил.

We hope you will reconsider. - Надеемся, что вы пересмотрите своё решение.

I hope it stays fine for you. - И тебе тоже не хворать. (культурный способ послать человека подальше; изначально имеется в виду погода)

I hope he remembers the wine. - Надеюсь, что он не забудет про вино.

I hope I'm not keeping you up. - Надеюсь, что я не мешаю вам лечь спать.

Joan's hoping to study law at Harvard. - Джоан надеется изучить право в Гарварде. / Джоан надеется поступить на юридический факультет Гарварда.

This new treatment offers hope to thousands of cancer patients. - Этот новый метод лечения даёт надежду тысячам больных раком.

No glimmer of hope. - Никакой надежды.

We had no hope save one. - У нас была лишь одна надежда.

There is no hope save one. - Осталась единственная надежда.

I hope this key fits the lock. - Я надеюсь, что этот ключ подходит к замку.

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Связанные термины:

I hope: You use ' I hope ' in expressions such as ' I hope you don't mind ' and ' I hope I'm not disturbing you ', when you are being polite and want to make sure that you have not offended someone or disturbed them.

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

hope chest: a young woman's collection of clothes, linen, cutlery, etc, in anticipation of marriage

pious hope: a wish or desire that is unlikely to be fulfilled

white hope: a person who is expected to bring honour or glory to his or her group, team, etc

forlorn hope: a hopeless or desperate enterprise

Hope diamond: a sapphire-blue Indian diamond, the largest blue diamond in the world, weighing 44.5 carats and supposedly cut from a bigger diamond that was once part of the French crown jewels : now in the Smithsonian Institution

not a hope: used ironically to express little confidence that expectations will be fulfilled

Band of Hope: a society promoting lifelong abstention from alcohol among young people: founded in Britain in 1847

live in hope: If you live in hope that something will happen, you continue to hope that it will happen, although it seems unlikely, and you realize that you are being foolish .

hope against hope: If you hope against hope that something will happen, you hope that it will happen, although it seems impossible .

some hope/not a hope: If you say ' Some hope ', or ' Not a hope ', you think there is no possibility that something will happen, although you may want it to happen.

Cape of Good Hope: a cape in SW South Africa south of Cape Town

in the hope of/that: If you do one thing in the hope of another thing happening, you do it because you think it might cause or help the other thing to happen, which is what you want .

not a hope in hell: If you say that someone has not got a hope in hell of doing something, you are emphasizing that they will not be able to do it.

to hope for the best: If you are in a difficult situation and do something and hope for the best, you hope that everything will happen in the way you want, although you know that it may not.

Buckley's chance: no chance at all

Cape of Good Hope Province: a former province of S South Africa ; replaced in 1994 by the new provinces of Northern Cape, Western Cape, Eastern Cape and part of North-West. Capital: Cape Town

hope to hell/wish to hell: If you say you hope to hell or wish to hell that something is true, you are emphasizing that you strongly hope or wish it is true.

bottom drawer: a young woman's collection of clothes, linen, cutlery, etc, in anticipation of marriage

Cape Province: a former province of S South Africa ; replaced in 1994 by the new provinces of Northern Cape, Western Cape, Eastern Cape and part of North-West. Capital: Cape Town

cross my heart!: You can say ' cross my heart ' when you want someone to believe that you are telling the truth . You can also ask ' cross your heart? ', when you are asking someone if they are really telling the truth.

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Однокоренные слова:

hopeful - надеющийся, многообещающий, человек, подающий надежды
hopeless - безнадежный, безвыходный, неисправимый, отчаявшийся

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