moon

mu:n

Перевод:

Noun: луна месяц лунный свет лунный месяц
Verb: бродить как во сне двигаться как во сне проводить время в мечтаниях действовать как во сне

Фразы:

rising slow, blank, the moon - медленно восходящая бледная луна

to cry for the moon - желать невозможного

full-faced moon - полная луна

half moon - половина луны, полумесяц

quarter moon - четверть луны

on the moon - на луне

harvest moon - полнолуние, ближайшее к дню осеннего равноденствия

to aim / level at the moon - иметь слишком большие претензии, метить высоко

to be over the moon - быть наверху блаженства, на седьмом небе

jump over the moon - быть в возбуждённом состоянии

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Примеры:

The moon comes out. - Луна выходит.

The moon waxes. - Луна растёт, прибывает.

The moon wanes. - Луна убывает.

the light of the moon - свет луны

Far ran the naked moon. - Высоко плыла беззащитная луна.

The moon is fulling now. - Луна приближается к полнолунию.

The moon is at the full. - Луна находится в полной фазе. / Луна полная.

a manned mission to the moon - пилотируемый полёт на Луну

Nor was it a "spotty globe", as he has irreverently called the moon. - Не было это и "пятнистым шариком", как он пренебрежительно называл Луну.

the soft glow of the moon - мягкое свечение Луны

The Moon orbits the Earth. - Луна вращается по околоземной орбите.

the full phase of the moon - полная фаза Луны

Jupiter has sixteen moons. - У Юпитера шестнадцать лун.

The moon was a silvery orb. - Луна была круглой и серебристой.

The moon waxes and then wanes. - Луна растёт, а затем убывает.

The Sun eclipses the moon today - Сегодня будет лунное затмение. (досл. Сегодня Солнце закроет Луну)

a planet orbited by one moon - планета, вокруг которой вращается один спутник

craters on the moon's surface - кратеры на поверхности Луны

There is no life on the moon. - На Луне жизни нет.

the pale light of a half moon - бледный свет полумесяца

the rugged surface of the moon - неровная поверхность Луны

Nereids beneath the nitid moon - морские нимфы под сиянием луны

a tenebrous night with no moon - мрачная безлунная ночь

She rhymed “moonwithJune.” - Она зарифмовала "луну" с "июнем".

horns at the ends of a new moon - рога на концах новой луны

Let's pretend we're on the moon. - Давай представим, что мы на Луне.

the desolate surface of the moon - пустынная поверхность Луны

a clear night with a bright moon - ясное ночное небо с яркой луной

The moon was now quite obscured. - Луна полностью скрылась (за облаками).

The Moon orbits around the Earth. - Луна вращается вокруг Земли.

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Связанные термины:

blue moon: If you say that something happens once in a blue moon, you are emphasizing that it does not happen very often at all.

buck moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in July

cold moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in December

egg moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in April

full moon: one of the four phases of the moon, occurring when the earth lies between the sun and the moon so that the moon is visible as a fully illuminated disc

half-moon: the moon at first or last quarter when half its face is illuminated

hay moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in July

mock moon: a bright image of the moon on a lunar halo

moon bag: a small bag worn on a belt, round the waist

moon-eyed: having the eyes open wide, as in awe

moon gate: a large, circular opening in a wall, through which one can step : originally a feature of Chinese architecture

moon pool: (in the oil industry ) an open shaft in the centre of the hull of a ship engaged in deep-sea drilling through which drilling takes place

moon rat: a ratlike SE Asian nocturnal mammal, Echinosorex gymnurus, with greyish fur and an elongated snout : family Erinaceidae ( hedgehogs ): the largest living insectivore

moon rock: a rock from the surface of the moon

moon walk: a walk on the moon

new moon: A new moon is the moon when it first appears as a thin curved shape at the start of its four-week cycle . The new moon is also the time of the month when the moon appears in this way .

old moon: a phase of the moon lying between last quarter and new moon, when it appears as a waning crescent

pink moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in April

snow moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in February

wolf moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in January

worm moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in March

barley moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in August

beaver moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in November

blood moon: an instance of the moon in total eclipse appearing red as a result of red or orange light from the sun being refracted by the earth before reaching the moon

flower moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in May

moon-blind: having moon blindness

moon buggy: a vehicle used by astronauts for surface exploration on the Moon

Moon Child: someone who is born under the Cancer astrological sign

moon daisy: a Eurasian composite plant, Leucanthemum vulgare having flower heads with a yellow centre and white outer rays

moon-faced: having a round face; full-faced

moon letter: any letter, as b ā or mīm, representing a consonant that does not assimilate the l of a prefixed definite article

moon pillar: a halo phenomenon in which a vertical streak of light appears above and below the moon, believed to be caused by the reflection of moonlight by ice crystals with vertical axes

waning moon: the moon at any time after full moon and before new moon (so called because its illuminated area is decreasing )

waxing moon: the moon at any time after new moon and before full moon, so called because its illuminated area is increasing

crescent moon: the moon seen as a crescent when waxing or waning

harvest moon: the full moon occurring nearest to the autumnal equinox

hunter's moon: the full moon following the harvest moon

Moon Festival: a Chinese festival that is held to celebrate the end of the summer harvest, when the crops have been gathered .

moon landing: the act of landing on the moon

sturgeon moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in August

Ban Ki-moon: born 1944, South Korean international civil servant ; secretary-general of the United Nations (2007–2016)

moon blindness: a disorder affecting horses, which causes inflammation of the eyes and sometimes blindness

moon jellyfish: a coelenterate, Aurelia aurita, inhabiting all seas, having a luminescent milky-pink or milky-orange, umbrellalike disk 3–9 in. (8–23 cm) in diameter

strawberry moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in June

over the moon: If you say that you are over the moon, you mean that you are very pleased about something.

ask for the moon: to ask for something that you cannot possibly have

cry for the moon: to desire the unattainable

howl at the moon: to waste your time and energy trying to do something which is impossible or trying to get something which you cannot have

man in the moon: the moon when considered to resemble the face of a man

promise the moon: to promise to give people things that you cannot in fact possibly give them

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Однокоренные слова:

moon away - проводить время в мечтаниях, вздыхать

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