Adjective: настоящий присутствующий данный нынешний
Noun: подарок дар взятие на прицел взятие на караул
Verb: представлять дарить предъявлять подавать
Adverb: налицо


a statesmanlike solution of the present perplexities - государственный подход к преодолению имеющихся трудностей

a conclusion conformable to our present doctrine - вывод, согласующийся с принятой нами теорией

the contours of the present economic policy - состояние современной экономической политики

to present a contrast - являть собой противоположность

to make / present a demarche - совершить демарш

to award / confer / present a diploma - выдавать диплом

to present for acceptance - представлять к акцептованию

present for acceptance - предъявлять к приемке

to present facts - представлять факты

to present in a factor form - разлагать на множители

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I've got a present for you. - У меня есть для вас подарок.

Let me present my husband to you. - Позволь представить тебе моего мужа.

That's all I have to say at present. - Это всё, что я могу сказать в данный момент.

I am at present terribly busy. - Я сейчас страшно занята.

The house took its present form. - Дом принял свой нынешний облик.

It is urgent that they all be present. - Крайне необходимо, чтобы присутствовали все.

Please accept my present. - Примите, пожалуйста, мой подарок.

Present arms! - На караул! (команда)

Present company excepted. - К присутствующим это не относится.

Three of the five patients presented with fever and severe headaches. - У трёх из пяти пациентов проявились высокая температура и сильные головные боли.

Are you bored with your present job? - Вам скучно на нынешней работе?

She accepted his present unwillingly. - Она с неохотой приняла его подарок.

She was presented with an award. - Ей вручили награду /премию/.

We presented the arguments to him. - Мы представили ему эти аргументы.

The present language ousted the former. - Современный язык вытеснил прежний.

His tie was a present from his wife. - Его галстук был подарком от жены.

The media were present in large numbers. - Журналисты присутствовали в большом количестве.

There were close on a hundred people present. - Присутствовало почти сто человек.

I am very busy at the present moment. - Я в данный момент очень занят.

We were deeply touched by their present. - Мы были глубоко тронуты их подарком.

About 100 are present, counting children. - Присутствует около ста человек, включая детей.

He's too mean to buy a present for his wife. - Он слишком скуп, чтобы купить своей жене подарок.

What time will you be presenting? - В какое время вы будете проводить презентацию /делать доклад/?

You must present your passport to the customs officer. - Вы должны предъявить паспорт сотруднику таможни.

You must present valid identification. - Вы должны предъявить действительное удостоверение личности.

This shabby present was an insult to us. - Этот жалкий подарок был оскорбителен для нас.

We must for the present remit our reply. - Пока что мы вынуждены отложить свой ответ.

Never present a gun at someone. - Никогда не целься в людей.

He was present at the birth of his daughter. - Он присутствовал при рождении дочери.

We'll present the information using a chart. - Мы представим данную информацию с помощью диаграммы.

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Связанные термины:

at present: A situation that exists at present exists now, although it may change.

present-day: Present-day things, situations, and people exist at the time in history we are now in.

re-present: to present again

the present: the time being; now

present arms: a position of salute in which the rifle is brought up to a position vertically in line with the body, muzzle uppermost and trigger guard to the fore

present tense: → the present tense

present trend: A trend is a change or development towards something new or different.

present value: the current capital value of a future income or outlay or of a series of such incomes or outlays. It is computed by the process of discounting at a predetermined rate of interest

leaving present: a present given to a person when they leave a job, place etc

present crisis: A crisis is a situation in which something or someone is affected by one or more very serious problems .

present perfect: In grammar, the present perfect tenses of a verb are the ones used to talk about things which happened before the time you are speaking or writing but are relevant to the present situation, or things that began in the past and are still happening . The simple present perfect tense uses 'have' or 'has' and the past participle of the verb, as in 'They have decided what to do'.

present system: A system is a way of working, organizing, or doing something which follows a fixed plan or set of rules. You can use system to refer to an organization or institution that is organized in this way.

present oneself: to appear, esp at a specific time and place

wedding present: a present given to a couple when they get married

birthday present: a gift given to someone on their birthday

Christmas present: a present given at Christmas time, typically on Christmas Day

historical present: the present tense used to narrate past events, usually employed in English for special effect or in informal use, as in a week ago I'm walking down the street and I see this accident

historic present: the present tense used to narrate past events, usually employed in English for special effect or in informal use, as in a week ago I'm walking down the street and I see this accident

present continuous: See present progressive

present employer: Your employer is the person or organization that you work for.

present evidence: Evidence is anything that you see, experience, read, or are told that causes you to believe that something is true or has really happened .

present generation: A generation is all the people in a group or country who are of a similar age, especially when they are considered as having the same experiences or attitudes .

present participle: In grammar, the present participle of a verb is the form which ends in '-ing'. Present participles are used to form continuous tenses, as in 'She was wearing a neat blue suit '. They are often nouns, as in 'I hate cooking ' and 'Cooking can be fun '. Many of them can be used like an adjective in front of a noun, as in 'their smiling faces '.

present position: You can describe your situation at a particular time by saying that you are in a particular position .

present research: Research is work that involves studying something and trying to discover facts about it.

present situation: You use situation to refer generally to what is happening in a particular place at a particular time, or to refer to what is happening to you.

present structure: The structure of something is the way in which it is made, built, or organized .

for the present: Something that exists or will be done for the present exists now or will continue for a while, although the situation may change later .

net present value: an assessment of the long-term profitability of a project made by adding together all the revenue it can be expected to achieve over its whole life and deducting all the costs involved, discounting both future costs and revenue at an appropriate rate

present a danger: Danger is the possibility that someone may be harmed or killed.

present a dilemma: A dilemma is a difficult situation in which you have to choose between two or more alternatives .

present an image: The image of a person, group, or organization is the way that they appear to other people.

present a picture: A picture of something is a description of it or an indication of what it is like.

present circumstances: The circumstances of a particular situation are the conditions which affect what happens .

present progressive: a verb form consisting of an auxiliary be in the present tense followed by a present participle and used esp. to indicate that a present action or event is in progress, being repeated, or of a temporary nature or to express the future

the present day: The present day is the period of history that we are in now .

the present tense: the form of a verb that expresses an action that is happening now or at the time of speaking

present an argument: An argument is a statement or set of statements that you use in order to try to convince people that your opinion about something is correct .

present an obstacle: You can refer to anything that makes it difficult for you to do something as an obstacle .

present company excepted: If you are making a general, unfavourable comment about a particular type of person, and you are with people of that type, you can say ' present company excepted ' as a way of making your comment sound more polite .

ppr: present participle

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 .

make someone a present of something: to give someone something

present value of future cash flows: The present value of future cash flows is a method of discounting cash that you expect to receive in the future to the value at the current time.

there's no time like the present: If you say ' There's no time like the present ', you are suggesting to someone that they should do something now, not later .

re-: Re- is added to verbs and nouns to form new verbs and nouns that refer to the repeating of an action or process. For example, to 're-read' something means to read it again, and someone's ' re-election ' is their being elected again.

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Однокоренные слова:

presentable - презентабельный, респектабельный, приличный
presenter - даритель, предъявитель, ведущий программы, податель
presentiment - предчувствие
presently - в настоящее время, сейчас, теперь, вскоре, немного времени спустя
presentment - представление, изображение, изложение, заявление, показ
represent - представлять, изображать, отражать, представление
presentive - предметный
presenting - предъявление, предъявляемый
presented - представлять, дарить, преподносить, подавать, показывать, давать

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