Noun: предложение приговор наказание изречение
Verb: приговорить приговаривать осуждать


capital sentence - смертный приговор

to carry sentence - понести наказание

a compound sentence - сложносочинённое предложение

contracted sentence - сокращённое предложение

definitive sentence - окончательный приговор

to abridge sentence - сокращать срок наказания

extended sentence - распространённое предложение

harsh sentence - суровый приговор

composite sentence - сложное предложение

grammatical sentence - грамматическое предложение

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That sentence is not grammatical. - Это предложение грамматически не верно.

The judge imposed a life sentence. - Судья назначил пожизненное заключение.

If you change the words over, the sentence sounds better. - Если переставить слова, предложение звучит лучше.

An unappealable sentence of death. - Окончательный смертный приговор.

This sentence must be in parentheses. - Это предложение нужно заключить в скобки.

This sentence made the noisy doctor a popular hero. - Этот приговор сделал из беспокойного доктора популярного героя.

He tagged each sentence with "my God!" - Он имел привычку прибавлять в конце каждой фразы: "Боже мой!"

The death sentence was commuted to life imprisonment. - Смертная казнь была заменена пожизненным заключением.

He's serving a 7-year jail sentence. - Он отбывает 7-летний тюремный срок.

What is the meaning of this sentence? - Что означает это предложение?

The sentence was devoid of meaning. - Предложение было лишено смысла.

He was given a life sentence in prison. - Он получил пожизненное заключение в тюрьме.

Mr Gunn received a ten year prison sentence. - Мистер Ганн получил десять лет тюремного заключения.

You'd better cut out that last sentence. - Последнее предложение лучше убрать.

The word seems to embarrass the sentence. - Это слово делает предложение более громоздким.

Insert the sentence between the brackets. - Поставьте предложение в скобки.

I think this last sentence pictures him exactly. - Вот эта последняя фраза очень точно характеризует его.

Murderers are still sentenced to death in some parts of the world. - В некоторых странах убийц до сих пор приговаривают к смерти.

You should reword this sentence. - Вам следует перефразировать это предложение.

He was taken away to begin a prison sentence. - Его забрали, чтобы приступить к отбытию тюремного заключения.

Cut and paste the sentence in the text. - Вырежьте это предложение и вставьте его в текст.

The words in each sentence are scrambled. - Слова в каждом предложении перепутаны /переставлены/.

Capitalize the first word of your sentence. - Первое слово в предложении пишите с большой буквы.

The sentence may seem to require another pointing. - По-видимому, такое предложение требует иной расстановки знаков препинания.

If he is caught again he will be given a custodial sentence. - Если он попадется снова, его приговорят к тюремному заключению.

the grammatical elements of a sentence - грамматические элементы предложения

the harsh sentence of an inclement judge - суровый приговор безжалостного судьи

Murder carries a mandatory life sentence. - Убийство карается обязательным пожизненным заключением.

Students were asked to parse the sentence. - Студентов попросили разобрать предложение.

invert the order of two words in a sentence - инвертировать порядок двух слов в предложении

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Связанные термины:

full sentence: any sentence the form of which exemplifies the most frequently used structural pattern of a particular language, as, in English, any sentence that contains a subject and a predicate ; a sentence from which elliptical sentences may be derived by grammatical transformations

jail sentence: a term of imprisonment imposed by a court

life sentence: If someone receives a life sentence, they are sentenced to stay in prison for the rest of their life, or for a very long period of time.

mid-sentence: in the middle of a sentence or utterance

open sentence: an expression containing a free variable that can be replaced by a name to yield a sentence, as x is wise

cleft sentence: a sentence in which a simpler sentence is paraphrased by being divided into two parts, each with its own verb, in order to emphasize certain information, esp. a sentence beginning with expletive it and a form of be followed by the information being emphasized, as It was a mushroom that Alice ate instead of Alice ate a mushroom

closed sentence: a formula that contains no free occurrence of any variable

death sentence: A death sentence is a punishment of death given by a judge to someone who has been found guilty of a serious crime such as murder .

loose sentence: a sentence in which the essential elements, in the main clause, come first, followed by subordinate parts, modifiers, etc., as in some complex sentences

prison sentence: confinement in prison as a punishment imposed on a person who has been found guilty of a crime

sentence adverb: Adverbs such as 'fortunately' and 'perhaps' which apply to the whole clause, rather than to part of it, are sometimes called sentence adverbs .

sentence stress: the stress given to a word or words in a sentence, often conveying nuances of meaning or emphasis

short sentence: In a law court, a sentence is the punishment that a person receives after they have been found guilty of a crime.

simple sentence: a sentence consisting of a single main clause

topic sentence: a sentence in a paragraph that expresses the main idea or point of the whole paragraph

capital sentence: the punishment of death for a crime

complex sentence: a sentence containing at least one main clause and one subordinate clause

compound sentence: a sentence containing at least two coordinate clauses

custodial sentence: a sentence given by a court that involves a term of imprisonment

deferred sentence: a sentence that is postponed for a specific period to allow a court to examine the conduct of the offender during the deferment

minimum sentence: In a law court, a sentence is the punishment that a person receives after they have been found guilty of a crime .

periodic sentence: a sentence in which the completion of the main clause is left to the end, thus creating an effect of suspense

possible sentence: In a law court, a sentence is the punishment that a person receives after they have been found guilty of a crime .

sentence connector: a word or phrase that introduces a clause or sentence and serves as a transition between it and a previous clause or sentence, as for example also in I'm buying eggs and also I'm looking for a dessert for tonight . It may be preceded by a coordinating conjunction such as and in the above example

sentence structure: the grammatical arrangement of words in sentences

suspended sentence: If a criminal is given a suspended sentence, they are given a prison sentence which they have to serve if they commit another crime within a specified period of time.

absolutory sentence: a sentence that acquits the accused

indeterminate sentence: a prison sentence the length of which depends on the prisoner's conduct

in mid-sentence: in the middle of a sentence or utterance

noncustodial sentence: a punishment given by a court of law that does not involve a prison term, such as a fine or a restriction order

run-on sentence: a syntactic structure consisting of two or more complete sentences faultily run together as one

sentence substitute: a word or phrase, esp one traditionally classified as an adverb, that is used in place of a finite sentence, such as yes, no, certainly, and never

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Однокоренные слова:

sentencing - приговорить, приговаривать, осуждать

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