Verb: делиться делить разделять участвовать
Noun: доля акция часть участие
Adjective: долевой фондовый


to share a burden - разделять трудности

to share expenses - разделить затраты

half share - половина капитала

to carry one's share of the load - "нести свой крест", нести положенное бремя забот

to share profits - участвовать в прибылях

to pool / share one's resource - объединять ресурсы, совместно использовать ресурсы

to share (the) responsibility - разделять ответственность

equal share - равная доля

share of the responsibility - доля ответственности

a share in smth. - доля в чём-л.

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I share your opinion. - Я разделяю ваше мнение.

They shared the last cookie. - Они разделили последнее печенье.

I'd like to share this idea with you. - Я хотел бы поделиться этой идеей с вами.

Shall we share the driving? - Мы поведём машину по очереди?

Our children share a love of music. - Наших детей объединяет любовь к музыке.

All of us had a share in making the decision. - В принятии данного решения приняли участие все мы.

We'll share it on a fifty-fifty basis. - Мы разделим его ровно пополам.

We shared the cake. - Торт мы разделили.

They must share the blame. - Они должны разделить вину за это между собой.

We share the domestic chores. - Мы разделяем домашние обязанности.

Share prices will be down until the economy recovers. - Цены на акции будут низкими, пока экономика не восстановится.

They offered 40 cents a share. - Они предложили сорок центов за акцию.

He necked a good share of beer. - Он отпил приличную порцию пива.

The stock traded around $20 a share. - Акции торговались долларов по двадцать за штуку.

Bill and I shared an office for years. - Мы с Биллом много лет работали в одном кабинете.

I share your concern about these problems. - Я разделяю вашу озабоченность относительно этих проблем.

The company's share price dived 19 % overnight. - Акции компании мгновенно упали на девятнадцать процентов.

Newspapers help us to share in the events of the outside world. - Газеты помогают нам быть причастными к происходящим в мире событиям.

It was my understanding that we would share the expenses. - Я так понял, что мы вместе возьмём на себя расходы.

Henry came in for a large share of his father's fortune. - Генри получил большую часть отцовского наследства.

He gypped me out of my share. - Он украл у меня мою долю.

Share prices are down in London. - В Лондоне снизились цены на акции.

All your neighbours share in your sorrow at the loss of your son. - Все соседи разделяют ваше горе в связи с потерей сына.

I don't grudge paying my share. - Мне не жалко платить свою долю.

A plan was brought forward to allow workers to share in the profits. - Был предложен план, по которому рабочие получали проценты с дохода компании.

We share a commitment to human rights. - И вы, и мы верим в права человека. / Мы с вами разделяем веру в права человека.

They share my strong conviction that the policy is misguided. - Они разделяют моё твердое убеждение, что такая политика ошибочна.

Share prices snapped back when the good news reached possible buyers. - Цены на акции быстро восстановились после того, как добрая весть дошла до потенциальных покупателей.

She has had her fair share of tragedies in her life. - На её долю выпало с лихвой несчастий.

Each investor will receive a proportionate share of the profits. - Каждый инвестор /вкладчик/ получит пропорциональную долю прибыли.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you share in something such as a success or a responsibility, you are one of a number of people who achieve or accept it.

If you share out an amount of something, you give each person in a group an equal or fair part of it.

Связанные термины:

job share: If two people job share, they share the same job by working part-time, for example one person working in the mornings and the other in the afternoons.

share in: If you share in something such as a success or a responsibility, you are one of a number of people who achieve or accept it.

share-out: If you share out an amount of something, you give each person in a group an equal or fair part of it.

bonus share: a share from stock given by a company to existing shareholders

fair share: If you have or do your share of something, you have or do an amount that seems reasonable to you, or to other people.

flat-share: the state of living in a flat where each occupant shares the facilities and expenses

share ideas: An idea is a plan, suggestion, or possible course of action.

share index: A share index is a number that indicates the state of a stock market . It is based on the combined share prices of a set of companies .

share issue: When there is a share issue, shares in a company are made available for people to buy.

share offer: a scheme giving employees an option to buy shares in the company for which they work at a favourable price or discount

share price: the price of an individual share in a company

share shop: A share shop is a shop or internet website where members of the public can buy shares in companies .

time-share: If you have a time-share, you have the right to use a particular property as holiday accommodation for a specific amount of time each year.

golden share: a share in a company that controls at least 51% of the voting rights, esp one retained by the UK government in some privatization issues

lion's share: If a person, group, or project gets the lion's share of something, they get the largest part of it, leaving very little for other people.

market share: A company's market share in a product is the proportion of the total sales of that product that is produced by that company .

share account: a savings account in a credit union

share capital: A company's share capital is the money that shareholders invest in order to start or expand the business.

share market: a highly organized market facilitating the purchase and sale of securities and operated by professional stockbrokers and market makers according to fixed rules

share-milker: (in New Zealand ) a person who lives on a dairy farm milking the owner's herd for an agreed share of the profits and, usually, building his or her own herd simultaneously

share option: A share option is an opportunity for the employees of a company to buy shares at a special price.

share premium: the excess of the amount actually subscribed for an issue of corporate capital over its par value

voting share: shares representing part of the capital issued by a company and entitling their holders to a dividend that varies according to the prosperity of the company, to vote at all meetings of members, and to a claim on the net assets of the company, after the holders of preference shares have been paid

audience share: the percentage of households viewing or listening to a particular television or radio station during a specific period of time

deferred share: a share of stock on which a dividend is not paid until some fixed date or until some conditional event

ordinary share: a share of common stock

priority share: a share in a company that controls at least 51% of the voting rights, esp one retained by the UK government in some privatization issues

share a bed: A bed is a piece of furniture that you lie on when you sleep .

share a cell: A cell is the smallest part of an animal or plant that is able to function independently. Every animal or plant is made up of millions of cells.

share a kiss: If you kiss someone, you touch them with your lips to show affection or sexual desire, or to greet them or say goodbye.

share dividend: A dividend is the part of a company's profits which is paid to people who have shares in the company.

share earnings: the earnings returned on the initial investment amount

share knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

share ownership: the owning of shares in a company

preference share: a share of preferred stock

registered share: a stock registered to the owner's name

share a belief: If it is your belief that something is the case, it is your strong opinion that it is the case.

share certificate: a document issued by a company certifying ownership of one or more of its shares

share intelligence: Intelligence is information that is gathered by the government or the army about their country's enemies and their activities.

share of voice: the proportion of the total audience or readership commanded by a media group across its full range of publishing and broadcasting activities

share repurchase: A share repurchase is a situation in which a company buys back its own shares.

share and share alike: with each having an equal share

earnings per share: Earnings per share are the amount of net income from shares divided by the total number of shares outstanding .

FT Share Indexes: any of a number of share indexes published by the Financial Times to reflect various aspects of stock exchange prices

share accommodation: Accommodation is used to refer to buildings or rooms where people live or stay .

share a love of: Love is a strong liking for something, or a belief that it is important.

share a picture: A picture is a photograph .

the lion's share: the largest part of something

Thirty-Share Index: an index of share prices produced by the Financial Times, designed to reflect general price trends : based on the average price of thirty British shares

time sharing: a system of part ownership of a property, such as a flat or villa, for use as a holiday home, whereby each participant buys the right to use the property for the same fixed period annually

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Однокоренные слова:

shared - коллективный, поделенный
sharing - дележ
sharer - акционер

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