Noun: жизнь срок службы образ жизни продолжительность жизни


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

the best years of my life - лучшие годы моей жизни

bird life - жизнь птиц

to have one's bread buttered for life - быть материально обеспеченным на всю жизнь

an artist who knows how to breathe life into a picture - художник, который знает, как вдохнуть жизнь в картину

to swear by one's life - поклясться своей жизнью

a new chapter in my life - новый этап в моей жизни

to choke the life out of smb. - задушить кого-л.

to come out with one's life - остаться в живых, уцелеть

the comedy of many life situations - комизм многих жизненных ситуаций

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Why risk your life? - Зачем рисковать своей жизнью?

Life is not all roses. - В жизни не одни только удовольствия.

She's had a hard life. - У неё была тяжёлая жизнь.

He lived a sad life. - Жизнь его была печальна.

He lives a drab life. - Он живёт скучно.

She took her own life - Она покончила жизнь самоубийством.

Why do so few women enter political life? - Почему так мало женщин участвует в политической жизни?

City life is not for me. - Городская жизнь не для меня.

Oh well, that's life! - Ну что ж, такова жизнь!

How many lives were lost? - Сколько людей погибло?

Does life exist on Mars? - Есть ли жизнь на Марсе?

Life isn't always fair. - Жизнь не всегда справедлива.

He was life of the party. - Он был душой компании.

Food sustains life. - Пища поддерживает жизненные силы.

He led a quiet life. - Он вёл спокойную жизнь. / Он жил тихо.

Our life is a "becoming" rather than a simple "being". - Наша жизнь есть процесс становления, а не просто существования.

Hi Bob! How's life? - Привет, Боб! Как жизнь?

Human life is sacred. - Человеческая жизнь неприкосновенна.

He's had an easy life. - У него была лёгкая жизнь.

His life was in danger. - Его жизнь была в опасности.

His life lacks a focus. - Его жизнь бесцельна.

She lived a godly life. - Она прожила праведную жизнь.

the joy and misery of life - радости и невзгоды жизни

A "casual" man is one whose manner of life is altogether the sport of chance. - Легкомысленный человек — это тот, чей образ жизни подчинен воле случая.

How one decides that a certain he or she is "the one" is one of the great whys of life. - Как именно люди решают, что вот этот самый мужчина или вот эта женщина являются "их половинкой" — одна из величайших загадок жизни.

Life's a gas. - Жизнь — это пускание пыли в глаза. (название песни)

He perils his life. - Он рискует жизнью.

The sadness tinged his life. - Эта печаль оставила след на всей его жизни.

He rolled and wallowed in kill, he let life "blood" him. - Он все глубже и глубже погружался в жизнь убийцы, он позволял жизни дать ему "боевое крещение", "запятнать его кровью".

Life imitates art. - Жизнь подражает искусству.

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Связанные термины:

city life: You can use life to refer to the things that people do and experience that are characteristic of a particular place, group, or activity.

for life: For life means for the rest of a person's life.

from life: from a living model

good life: a life abounding in material comforts and luxuries

half-life: The half-life of a radioactive substance is the amount of time that it takes to lose half its radioactivity .

high life: You use the high life to refer to an exciting and luxurious way of living that involves a great deal of entertainment, going to parties, and eating good food.

home life: a person's life at home ; private life

life belt: a life preserver in the form of a belt

life buoy: any of various kinds of buoyant device for keeping people afloat in an emergency

life-care: designating or of a residential community or facility for elderly people that is designed to provide an apartment, meals, nursing care, etc. for the duration of the resident's life

life form: A life form is any living thing such as an animal or plant.

life list: a listing of all the different species of birds sighted by a birder

life mask: a cast taken from the face of a living person, usually using plaster of Paris

life net: a strong net used as by firefighters to catch people jumping from a burning building

life peer: In Britain, a life peer is a person who is given a title such as ' Lord ' or ' Lady ' which they can use for the rest of their life but which they cannot pass on when they die .

life raft: A life raft is a small rubber boat carried on an aircraft or large boat which can be filled with air and used in an emergency.

life-size: A life-size representation of someone or something, for example a painting or sculpture, is the same size as the person or thing that they represent.

life span: the period of time during which a human being, animal, machine, etc, may be expected to live or function under normal conditions

life vest: an inflatable sleeveless jacket worn to keep a person afloat when in danger of drowning

life zone: any of a series of biogeographic zones into which a continent, region, etc. is divided both by latitude and altitude on the basis of the characteristic animal and plant life in a zone

long-life: Long-life light bulbs and batteries are manufactured so that they last longer than ordinary ones. Long-life fruit juice and milk have been specially treated so that they last a long time.

love life: Someone's love life is the part of their life that consists of their romantic and sexual relationships.

low life: People sometimes use low life to refer in a disapproving way to people who are involved in criminal, dishonest, or immoral activities, or to these activities.

mean life: the average time of existence of an unstable or reactive entity, such as a nucleus, elementary particle, charge carrier, etc; lifetime . It is equal to the half-life divided by 0.693 15

new life: If you start a new life, you move to another place or country, or change your career, usually to try and recover from an unpleasant experience .

pond life: the animals that live in ponds

pro-life: Someone who is pro-life thinks that women do not have a right to choose whether or not to give birth to a child they have conceived, and that abortion is wrong in most or all circumstances .

real life: If something happens in real life, it actually happens and is not just in a story or in someone's imagination .

see life: to have a wide variety of social experiences

sex life: If you refer to someone's sex life, you are referring to their sexual relationships and sexual activity.

take life: to kill

the life: prostitution as a trade

town life: the life or lifestyle characteristic of a town or urban area, esp as contrasted with rural or country life

true-life: directly comparable to reality

active life: You can use life to refer to the events and experiences that happen to people while they are alive .

adult life: You can use life to refer to a period of someone's life when they are in a particular situation or job .

daily life: Your daily life is the things that you do every day as part of your normal life.

double life: If you say that someone is living a double life, you mean that they lead two separate and very different lives, and they appear to be a different person in each.

early life: Someone's life is the period of time during which they are alive .

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

future life: a life after death; afterlife

human life: Life is the quality which people, animals, and plants have when they are not dead, and which objects and substances do not have.

life class: a class in which students learn to draw or paint from life

life coach: A life coach is someone whose job involves helping people to improve their lives by doing challenging or worthwhile things.

life cycle: The life cycle of an animal or plant is the series of changes and developments that it passes through from the beginning of its life until its death .

life estate: property that may be held only for the extent of the holder's lifetime

life force: Life force is energy that some people believe exists in all living things and keeps them alive .

life-giving: supporting, sustaining, or enabling life

Life Guards: (in Britain) a cavalry regiment forming part of the Household Brigade, who wear scarlet jackets and white plumes in their helmets

life jacket: A life jacket is a sleeveless jacket which helps you to float when you have fallen into deep water.

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Однокоренные слова:

lifeless - безжизненный, неживой, бездыханный, неодушевленный, скучный
lifer - пожизненное заключение
lifelike - как живой, словно живой, очень похожий, оживленно

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