Noun: мать мама матушка мамаша
Adjective: материнский
Verb: быть матерью родить лелеять охранять


necessity is the mother of invention - посл. ≅ голь на выдумки хитра

to cuddle up to / against one's mother - прижаться к матери

to divide a mother from her child - разлучить мать со своим ребёнком

the loss of his mother - смерть матери

foster mother - приёмная мать

unwed mother, single mother - мать-одиночка

working mother - работающая мать

suckling mother - кормящая мать

mother-daughter board connector - соединитель "плата-плата"; соединитель "плата плата"

mother-of-eels - бельдюга

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Her mother is American. - Её мать — американка.

He misses his mother. - Он скучает по своей матери.

Mary pictures her mother. - Мэри — вылитая мать.

Goodnight, Mother. - Спокойной ночи, мама.

Mother sends her love. - Мама передаёт привет.

She is an unfit mother. - Она никудышная мать.

His mother's very sick. - Его мать очень больна.

My mother asked after you. - Моя мама спрашивала, как вы себя чувствуете.

Shannon sat on her mother's lap. - Шеннон сидела у матери на коленях.

She was my mother, after all. - В конце концов, она была моей матерью.

She's a friend of my mother's. - Это подруга моей матери.

She's the mother of twins. - Она мать двойняшек.

She wearies for her mother. - Она тоскует по матери.

I don't like being mothered! - Я не люблю, когда со мной нянчатся!

Her mother endlessly repeated the apothegm “cleanliness is next to godliness”. - Её мать бесконечно повторяла изречение “Чистота — залог благочестия”.

She's her mother's double. - Она — копия своей матери. / Она — вылитая мать.

I wrecked my mother's car. - Я разбил машину матери.

a mother bear and her cubs - медведица и её медвежата

My mother has a hired help. - Моя мама держит прислугу.

a mother hen and her chicks - наседка и её цыплята

He towered over his mother. - Он возвышался над своей матерью.

Her mother looked concerned. - Её мать выглядела взволнованной.

Shall I dry for you, mother? - Мама, мне вытереть посуду?

My mother complains all day. - Моя мама весь день жалуется.

a mother hen with her chicks - мать-наседка со своими цыплятами

My mother made my life hell. - Мать превратила мою жизнь в ад.

a young mother's crowded days - насыщенная жизнь молодой матери

Mother brought a pretty Poll. - Мама принесла премиленького попугайчика.

My mother was in the kitchen. - Моя мать была на кухне.

Her mother was a born worrier. - Её мать с рождения была очень беспокойной женщиной.

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Связанные термины:

be mother: to pour the tea

baby-mother: a young mother who has been abandoned by the baby's father just before or after the birth

Den Mother: a woman who supervises meetings of a den of Cub Scouts

lone mother: a mother with no husband or partner, who is bringing up a child or children

Mother City: the legislative capital of South Africa and capital of Western Cape province, situated in the southwest on Table Bay : founded in 1652, the first White settlement in southern Africa; important port. Pop: 3 660 447 (2015 est)

mother hen: if you describe someone as a mother hen, you think they are bossy and interfering

mother lode: the principal lode in a system

mother love: the love shown by a mother towards her children

mother ship: a ship providing facilities and supplies for a number of small vessels

mother wit: native practical intelligence ; common sense

solo mother: a mother with a dependent child or dependent children and no spouse

birth mother: the woman who gives birth to a child, regardless of whether she is the genetic mother or subsequently brings up the child

earth mother: a female goddess considered as the source of fertility and life

foster mother: a woman who looks after or brings up a child or children as a mother, in place of the natural or adoptive mother

Great Mother: See The Great Mother

mother abbess: the female head of a religious house of nuns

Mother Church: the church viewed in its protective and nurturing role

mother craft: a spaceship providing facilities and supplies for a number of smaller craft, or for astronauts

Mother Earth: the Earth considered as a living being and the provider of all that is on the Earth

mother figure: If you regard someone as a mother figure, you think of them as having the role of a mother and being the person you can turn to for help, advice, or support .

Mother Goose: the imaginary author of the collection of nursery rhymes published in 1781 in London as Mother Goose's Melody

mother image: a person substituted in one's mind for one's mother and often the object of emotions felt toward the mother

mother-naked: not wearing any clothes at all; stark naked

Mother Nature: Mother Nature is sometimes used to refer to nature, especially when it is being considered as a force that affects human beings.

mother tongue: Your mother tongue is the language that you learn from your parents when you are a baby .

queen mother: The Queen Mother is the mother of a ruling king or queen.

single mother: a mother who has a dependent child or dependent children and who is widowed, divorced, or unmarried

tiger mother: a very strict mother who demands that her children reach a high level of achievement

gymslip mother: a girl of school age who has become a mother

mother country: Someone's mother country is the country in which they or their ancestors were born and to which they still feel emotionally linked, even if they live somewhere else.

Mother Hubbard: a woman's full-length unbelted dress

Mother's Day: Mother's Day is a special day on which children give cards and presents to their mothers as a sign of their love for them. In Britain, Mother's Day is the fourth Sunday in Lent. In the United States, it is the second Sunday in May.

Mother Shipton: a day-flying noctuid moth, Callistege mi, mottled brown in colour and named from a fancied resemblance between its darker marking and a haggish profile

mother superior: A Mother Superior is a nun who is in charge of the other nuns in a convent .

mother-to-be: A mother-to-be is a woman who is pregnant, especially for the first time.

nursing mother: a mother who is breast-feeding her baby

Reverend Mother: a title of respect or form of address for the Mother Superior of a convent

welfare mother: a mother who is dependent on welfare

biological mother: the mother who gave birth to a child

expectant mother: a pregnant woman

mother-in-law: Someone's mother-in-law is the mother of their husband or wife.

Mother of God: In Christianity, the Mother of God is another name for the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ .

mother-out-law: the mother of one's ex-husband or ex-wife

mother's help: a woman employed to help look after children and help the mother in other ways

surrogate mother: A surrogate mother is a woman who has agreed to give birth to a baby on behalf of another woman.

unmarried mother: a woman who has a baby while she is not married

Gold Star Mother: an American woman whose son or daughter has died while serving in the United States Armed Forces

mother-of-pearl: Mother-of-pearl is the shiny layer on the inside of some shells. It is used to make buttons or to decorate things.

Mother of Satan: triacetone triperoxide: a highly unstable explosive, used esp by suicide bombers

mother of vinegar: a slime that forms on the surface of alcoholic liquids during fermentation, also used to start other alcoholic liquids fermenting

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Однокоренные слова:

motherhood - материнство
mothering - материнская забота, материнская ласка
motherless - лишенный матери
motherly - материнский, по-матерински
motherlike - материнский, свойственный матери, как мать, матерински

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