rules

Перевод:

Noun: порядок регламент устав уставные предписания

Фразы:

to act by the rules - действовать в соответствии с правилами

rules of byzantine complexity - архисложные, причудливо-запутанные правила

a declension from his own rules of life - отклонение от его собственных жизненных правил

nescience of rules - незнание правил

to obey the law / rules - подчиняться закону, правилам

strict observance of the rules - строгое соблюдение правил

to relax the rules - смягчать правила

rigid adherence to rules - строгое соблюдение правил

ground rules - основные правила игры

to establish / lay down / make rules - устанавливать, определять правила

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Примеры:

He knew the rules of chess. - Он знал правила шахмат.

You must adhere to the rules. - Вы должны придерживаться правил. / Правила необходимо выполнять.

Will the new rules affect me? - Коснутся ли меня новые правила? / Будут ли новые правила распространяться на меня?

Arsenal rules OK. - "Арсенал" — круче всех!

He flaunted the rules. - К правилам он относился с презрением.

a regime that rules by terror - режим, который правит путём террора

You cannot bypass these rules! - Ты не можешь игнорировать эти правила!

Is it against the rules to talk? - Разговаривать не запрещено?

The rules cover all cases. - Правила предусматривают все случаи.

The simple rules evaded them. - Они никак не могли усвоить эти простые правила.

They openly flaunted the rules. - Они открыто пренебрегали правилами.

a maze of rules and regulations - лабиринт из правил и инструкций

She knows the rules of the game. - Она знает правила игры.

An oligarchy rules their nation. - Их страной правит олигархия.

You've got to play by the rules. - Ты должен играть по правилам.

The children must obey the rules. - Дети должны соблюдать правила.

the syntactic rules of a language - синтаксические правила языка

the company's rules and regulations - правила и нормы компании

He was never enchained by any rules. - Он никогда не был ограничен какими бы то ни было правилами.

Lately the rules have been enforced. - В последнее время правила ужесточились.

The game's rules are too complicated. - Правила игры слишком сложны.

The rules prohibit dating a coworker. - Правила запрещают служебные романы / отношения с коллегами по работе.

This behavior conflicts with our rules - Такое поведение противоречит нашим правилам.

There are two basic rules of survival. - Есть два основных правила выживания.

I understand the basic rules of chess. - Я понимаю основные правила шахмат.

We had to learn the rules of the game. - Нам пришлось изучить правила игры.

Our chairman always goes by the rules. - Наш председатель всегда действует по правилам.

These new rules override the old ones. - Эти новые правила отменяют старые.

The rules of the game are quite simple. - Правила этой игры довольно просты.

The rules are quite clear on the point. - Правила на этот счёт довольно ясны.

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Связанные термины:

rule: Rules are instructions that tell you what you are allowed to do and what you are not allowed to do.

ruler: The ruler of a country is the person who rules the country.

the Rules: the neighbourhood around certain prisons (esp the Fleet and King's Bench prison) in which trusted prisoners were allowed to live under specified restrictions

work rules: a set of rules, usually established by one or more unions in an agreement with management, specifying the tasks to be done by each employee

judges' rules: (in English law, formerly) a set of rules, not legally binding, governing the behaviour of police towards suspects, as in administering a caution to a person under arrest

branching rules: rules that are used to break down a complex problem into several smaller problems

Fleming's rules: two rules used as mnemonics for the relationship between the directions of current flow, motion, and magnetic field in electromagnetic induction . The hand is held with the thumb, first, and second fingers at right angles, respectively indicating the directions of motion, field, and electric current. The left hand is used for electric motors and the right hand for dynamos

formation rules: the set of rules that specify the syntax of a formal system; the algorithm that generates the well-formed formulae

Rafferty rules: no rules at all

rules committee: a special committee of a legislature, as of the U.S. House of Representatives, having the authority to establish rules or methods for expediting legislative action, and usually determining the date a bill is presented for consideration

Australian Rules: a game resembling rugby football, played in Australia between teams of 18 players each on an oval pitch, with a ball resembling a large rugby ball. Players attempt to kick the ball between posts (without crossbars ) at either end of the pitch, scoring six points for a goal (between the two main posts) and one point for a behind (between either of two outer posts and the main posts). They may punch or kick the ball and run with it provided that they bounce it every ten yards

bend the rules: to do something which is not normally allowed, either to help someone else or for your own advantage

McNaughten Rules: (in English law) a set of rules established by the case of Regina v . McNaughten (1843) by which legal proof of insanity in the commission of a crime depends upon whether or not the accused can show either that they did not know what they were doing or that they are incapable of realizing that what they were doing was wrong

Queensberry rules: the code of rules followed in modern boxing, requiring the use of padded gloves, rounds of three minutes, and restrictions on the types of blows allowed

em dash: a dash (—) one em long

en dash: a dash (–) one en long

rule in: If you say that you are not ruling in a particular course of action, you mean that you have not definitely decided to take that action.

transformational rules: rules that specify in purely syntactic terms a method by which theorems may be derived from the axioms of a formal system

foot rule: a rigid measure, one foot in length

gag rule: any closure regulation adopted by a deliberative body

home rule: If a country or region has home rule, it has its own independent government and laws.

mob rule: the fact or state of large groups of people acting without the consent of the government, authorities, etc

rule out: If you rule out a course of action, an idea, or a solution, you decide that it is impossible or unsuitable .

unit rule: a rule of procedure at a national political convention under which a state's entire vote must be cast for the candidate preferred by a majority of the state's delegates

work-rule: a form of industrial action in which employees adhere strictly to all the working rules laid down by their employers, with the deliberate intention of reducing the rate of working

board rule: a measuring device for estimating the number of board feet in a quantity of wood

chain rule: a theorem that may be used in the differentiation of the function of a function. It states that d u /d x = (d u /d y )(d y /d x ), where y is a function of x and u a function of y

house rule: a rule adopted and adhered to by a family living together in a house

phase rule: the principle that in any system in equilibrium the number of degrees of freedom is equal to the number of components less the number of phases plus two

plumb rule: a plumb line attached to a narrow board, used by builders, surveyors, etc

slide rule: A slide rule is an instrument that you use for calculating numbers. It looks like a ruler and has a middle part that slides backwards and forwards .

caliper rule: a graduated rule with one sliding jaw and one that is stationary

cloture rule: a rule adopted by the United States Senate in 1917 that enables the breaking of a filibuster

Cramer's rule: a method involving the determinant of the coefficients, for calculating a unique solution for a given system of linear equations

direct rule: Direct rule is a system in which a central government rules an area which has had its own parliament or law-making organization in the past .

global rule: (in transformational grammar ) a rule that makes reference to nonconsecutive stages of a derivation

golden rule: A golden rule is a principle you should remember because it will help you to be successful .

ground rule: The ground rules for something are the basic principles on which future action will be based .

hearsay rule: the rule making hearsay evidence inadmissible

martial rule: the rule of law established and maintained by the military in the absence of civil law

rewrite rule: a rule of the form A → X where A is a syntactic category label, such as noun phrase or sentence, and X is a sequence of such labels and/or morphemes, expressing the fact that A can be replaced by X in generating the constituent structure of a sentence

setting rule: a metal strip used in the hand-setting of type in a composing stick to separate the line being set from the previous one

Australian Rules football: a variation of rugby played almost exclusively in Australia, engaging two teams of eighteen players each on an oval-shaped field about 180 yards (165 m) long with four upright posts at each end, the object being to kick a rugby ball between these posts

calliper rule: a measuring instrument having two parallel jaws, one fixed at right angles to the end of a calibrated scale and the other sliding along it

Leibnitz's rule: a rule for finding the derivative of the product of two functions . For a first derivative it is d (uv)/d x = u d v /d x + v d u /d x

Leibniz's rule: a rule for finding the derivative of the product of two functions . For a first derivative it is d (uv)/d x = u d v /d x + v d u /d x

L'Hospital's rule: the theorem that for the quotient of two functions satisfying certain conditions on a given closed interval, each having infinite limit or zero as limit at a given point, the limit of the quotient at the given point is equal to the limit of the quotient of the derivatives of each function

majority rule: the principle that decisions supported by more than half the people in a group have effect upon all the people in that group

Naismith's rule: a rule of thumb for calculating the time needed for a climbing expedition, allowing 1 hour for every 3 miles of distance plus 1 hour for every 2000 feet of height

parietals: the regulations that govern living within a college

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Однокоренные слова:

rule off - отделить чертой, провести линейкой черту, учет закрыть счет, подвести итог
rule out - исключать