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Noun: май Мэй расцвет жизни дева
Verb: мочь может иметь возможность быть вероятным
Adjective: майский первомайский

Фразы:

as a condition may demand - по обстоятельствам

no fee may be charged for ... - не может взиматься плата за ...

may I have the honour (of your company at dinner) - окажите мне честь (отобедать со мной)

on the evening of May the first - вечером первого мая

it may safely be said - можно с уверенностью сказать

you may thank yourself for that - вы сами в этом виноваты

May bug - майский жук, хрущ

as the case may be - в зависимости от обстоятельств

may well - вполне может; глядишь

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Примеры:

You might have gone to see your sister when she was in trouble. - Ты мог бы поехать навестить свою сестру, когда у неё были неприятности.

The last two Mays have been cold and rainy. - Последние два года погода в мае была холодной и дождливой.

You might pay more attention to your lessons. - Ты мог бы уделять больше внимания своим урокам.

Shakespeare called itthe merry month of May.” - Шекспир называл его “весёлый месяц май”.

Связанные термины:

may've: May've is a spoken form of ' may have', especially when 'have' is an auxiliary verb .

May Day: May Day is the 1st of May, which in many countries is celebrated as a public holiday, especially as one in honour of working people.

May apple: an American berberidaceous plant, Podophyllum peltatum, with edible yellowish egg-shaped fruit

May blobs: a yellow-flowered ranunculaceous plant, Caltha palustris, that grows in swampy places

May queen: a girl chosen, esp for her beauty, to preside over May-Day celebrations

may tree: → May 1 (sense 3 ) May 1 (sense 3a )

May wine: a punch made of white wine flavored with woodruff and garnished with fresh fruit, traditionally strawberries

May beetle: any of various Old World scarabaeid beetles, esp Melolontha melolontha of Europe, whose larvae feed on crops and grasses

may blossom: the blossom of the may tree or hawthorn

may I ask: You can say ' may I ask ' as a formal way of asking a question, which shows you are annoyed or suspicious about something.

May-December: of or designating a marriage or romantic relationship between a young person and a person who is considerably older

May Two-Four: the Monday preceding May 24: observed in Canada as a national holiday in commemoration of the birthday of Queen Victoria

come what may: whatever happens

devil-may-care: If you say that someone has a devil-may-care attitude, you mean that they seem relaxed and do not seem worried about the consequences of their actions .

cockchafer: any of various Old World scarabaeid beetles, esp Melolontha melolontha of Europe, whose larvae feed on crops and grasses

that's as may be: that may be so

may/might as well: If you say that you might as well do something, or that you may as well do it, you mean that you will do it although you do not have a strong desire to do it and may even feel slightly unwilling to do it.

as the case may be: according to the circumstances

be that as it may: You say ' Be that as it may ' when you want to move onto another subject or go further with the discussion, without deciding whether what has just been said is right or wrong .

long live/ long may: You use long live and long may in expressions such as ' long live the Queen ' and ' long may it continue ' to express your support for someone or something and your hope that they will live or last a long time.

might as well may as well: If you say that something, usually something bad, might as well be true or may as well be true, you mean that the situation is the same or almost the same as if it were true.

may as well might as well: If you say that something, usually something bad, might as well be true or may as well be true, you mean that the situation is the same or almost the same as if it were true.

hawthorn: A hawthorn is a small tree which has sharp thorns and produces white or pink flowers.

June bug: any of various large brown North American scarabaeid beetles that are common in late spring and early summer, esp any of the genus Polyphylla

whitethorn: any of various thorny trees or shrubs of the N temperate rosaceous genus Crataegus, esp C. oxyacantha, having white or pink flowers and reddish fruits ( haws )

as well it/he/she might/may: If you say, after stating that something has happened or is the case, as well it might or as well it may, you mean that this is not at all surprising or is quite appropriate .

as/whatever the case may be: You say as the case may be or whatever the case may be to indicate that the statement you are making applies equally to the two or more alternatives that you have mentioned .

as best one can: If someone does something as best they can, they do it as well as they can, although it is very difficult .

let the chips fall where they may: let the consequences be what they may

whachamacallit: an object or person whose name one does not know or cannot recall

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