moment

ˈməumənt

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Noun: момент минута мгновение миг
Interjection: минутку
Adjective: моментный

Фразы:

a moment of blessed calm - минута блаженного покоя

to draw back from the deal at the last moment - отказаться от сделки в последний момент

just at that precise moment - именно в тот момент

in a rash moment - в спешке

at / for the moment - в данную минуту

to be busy at the moment - быть занятым в данный момент

crucial moment - решительный, ответственный момент

opportune / propitious moment - подходящий, благоприятный момент

unpropitious moment - неподходящий момент

at the moment - в настоящий момент, сейчас

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Примеры:

It is of no moment. - Это не имеет значения.

It takes just a moment. - Это занимает всего минуту.

Put your work by for the moment. - Отложи-ка на секунду свою работу.

He stopped for a moment. - На мгновение он остановился.

She paused for a moment. - Она на секунду замешкалась.

There is not a moment to lose. - Нельзя терять ни минуты.

At that very moment the phone rang. - В этот самый момент зазвонил телефон.

For the moment the rain had stopped. - На тот момент дождь прекратился.

He was here a moment ago. - Он был здесь минуту назад.

She is studying at the moment. - Она сейчас занимается учёбой.

The fighting lulled for a moment. - Бой на мгновение затих.

Wait a moment, just let me think. - Подожди минутку, дай мне подумать.

She faltered for a moment. - Она на мгновение запнулась /пошатнулась/.

He looked thoughtful for a moment. - На мгновение он как будто призадумался.

Is she seeing anyone at the moment? - Она сейчас с кем-нибудь встречается?

hopes that last but a moment - надежды, которые длятся лишь мгновение

He took a moment to rethink. - Он воспользовался моментом, чтобы обдумать всё ещё раз.

a lucid moment in his madness - момент просветления в его безумии

He didn't fool me for a moment. - Ему ни на мгновение не удалось меня обмануть.

He stepped outside for a moment. - Он на минуту вышел.

Everything's fine at the moment. - На данный момент всё нормально.

I'm feeling flush at the moment. - Я сейчас чувствую себя богачом.

We've got a lot on at the moment. - В данный момент у нас очень много работы.

She was just savoring the moment. - Она просто наслаждалась моментом.

A moment later we heard a splash. - Мгновение спустя мы услышали всплеск.

It was the wrong moment for a joke. - Это был неудачный момент для шуток.

He hesitated, savouring the moment. - Он помолчал, наслаждаясь моментом.

the most numinous moment in the Mass - наиболее мистический момент во время мессы

Go on! There isn't a moment to lose! - Поспеши! Нельзя терять ни минуты.

We are witnessing a historic moment. - Мы являемся свидетелями исторического момента.

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Связанные термины:

aha moment: an instant at which the solution to a problem becomes clear

key moment: A particular moment is the point in time at which something happens .

rare moment: A particular moment is the point in time at which something happens .

the moment: If you say that something happens the moment something else happens, you are emphasizing that it happens immediately after the other thing.

brief moment: You can refer to a very short period of time, for example a few seconds, as a moment or moments .

dipole moment: a measure of the polarity in a chemical bond or molecule, equal to the product of one charge and the distance between the charges

eureka moment: a moment at which a person realizes or solves something

senior moment: a lapse of memory common in elderly people

bending moment: the algebraic sum of all the moments to one side of a cross-section of a beam or other structural support

crucial moment: A particular moment is the point in time at which something happens .

defining moment: A particular moment is the point in time at which something happens .

hogging moment: a bending moment that produces convex bending at the supports of a continuously supported beam

magnetic moment: a measure of the strength of a localized source of magnetic field

pivotal moment: A particular moment is the point in time at which something happens .

sagging moment: a bending moment that produces concave bending at the middle of a simple supported beam

for the moment: You use for the moment to indicate that something is true now, even if it will not be true in the future .

just a moment: an expression requesting the hearer to wait or pause for a brief period of time

lightbulb moment: a moment of sudden inspiration, revelation, or recognition

memorable moment: A particular moment is the point in time at which something happens .

of the moment: You use of the moment to describe someone or something that is or was especially popular at a particular time, especially when you want to suggest that their popularity is unlikely to last long or did not last long.

watershed moment: A particular moment is the point in time at which something happens .

capture a moment: A particular moment is the point in time at which something happens .

electromagnetic moment: a measure of the magnetic strength of a magnet or current-carrying coil, expressed as the torque produced when the magnet or coil is set with its axis perpendicular to unit magnetic flux density . It is measured in ampere metres squared

for a/one moment: If you say that you do not believe for a moment or for one moment that something is true, you are emphasizing that you do not believe that it could possibly be true.

moment of inertia: the tendency of a body to resist angular acceleration, expressed as the sum of the products of the mass of each particle in the body and the square of its perpendicular distance from the axis of rotation

moment of truth: If you refer to a time or event as the moment of truth, you mean that it is an important time when you must make a decision quickly, and whatever you decide will have important consequences in the future .

psychological moment: the most appropriate time for producing a desired effect

the last moment: If someone does something at the last moment, they do it at the latest time possible .

the next moment: You use the expression the next moment, or expressions such as ' one moment she was there, the next she was gone ', to emphasize that something happens suddenly, especially when it is very different from what was happening before.

be having a moment: If something or someone is having a moment, they are successful or popular at the present time.

spur-of-the-moment: sudden and unplanned

(at) any moment (now): If you say that something will or may happen at any moment or any moment now, you are emphasizing that it is likely to happen very soon .

electric dipole moment: a vector quantity associated with two equal charges of opposite sign separated by a specified distance, having magnitude equal to the product of the charge and the distance between the charges and having direction from the negative to the positive charge along the line between the charges

magnetic dipole moment: a measure of the magnetic strength of a magnet or current-carrying coil, expressed as the torque per unit magnetic-flux density produced when the magnet or coil is set with its axis perpendicular to the magnetic field

negative bending moment: a bending moment that produces convex bending at the supports of a continuously supported beam

positive bending moment: a bending moment that produces concave bending at the middle of a simple supported beam

any day/moment/time now: If you say that something will happen any day now, any moment now, or any time now, you mean that it will happen very soon .

at the/this moment/present moment: You use expressions such as at the moment, at this moment, and at the present moment to indicate that a particular situation exists at the time when you are speaking .

in the heat of the moment: without stopping to think about what you are doing or saying, because you are angry or excited

on the spur of the moment: If you do something on the spur of the moment, you do it suddenly, without planning it beforehand .

on short notice at a moment's notice at minutes, hours, days notice: Notice is used in expressions such as ' on short notice ,' ' at a moment's notice ,' or ' at twenty-four hours ' notice ,' to indicate that something can or must be done within a short period of time.

do something on the spur of the moment: to do something suddenly and without planning it in advance

Pearson's product moment correlation coefficient: a statistic measuring the linear relationship between two variables in a sample and used as an estimate of the correlation in the whole population, given by r = Cov ( X, Y ) /√ [( Var ( X ) .Var ( Y )]

at short notice: Notice is used in expressions such as ' at short notice ', ' at a moment's notice ', or ' at twenty-four hours ' notice ', to indicate that something can or must be done within a short period of time.

Pearson's correlation coefficient: a statistic measuring the linear relationship between two variables in a sample and used as an estimate of the correlation in the whole population, given by r = Cov ( X, Y ) /√ [( Var ( X ) .Var ( Y )]

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Однокоренные слова:

momentary - кратковременный, сиюминутный, моментальный, минутный, моментный, преходящий
momently - ежеминутно, на мгновение, с минуты на минуту
momentous - важный, имеющий важное значение

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