snake

sneɪk

Перевод:

Noun: змея змей предатель вероломный человек
Verb: змеиться виться

Фразы:

snake bite - змеиный укус

a poisonous / venomous snake - ядовитая змея

a harmless snake - безвредная змея

sea snake - морской змей, морской дракон, морская змея

snake charmer - заклинатель змей, укротитель змей

snake diagram - змеевидная диаграмма

the hiss of a snake - шипение змеи

poisonous snake - ядовитая змея

snake sheds its skin - змея меняет кожу

snake's skin - кожа змеи

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Примеры:

He was bitten by a snake. - Его укусила змея.

The cobra is a venomous snake. - Кобра — это ядовитая змея.

The snake cast off its old skin. - Змея сбросила старую кожу.

The snake reared its head. - Змея подняла голову.

The snake lifted its head and hissed. - Змея подняла голову и зашипела.

A snake curled around his leg. - Змея обвилась (обмоталась) вокруг его ноги.

The snake slimed his victim. - Змея покрыла свою жертву слизью.

The snake closed in for the kill. - Змея приблизилась, чтобы добить жертву.

The snake's poison causes paralysis. - Змеиный яд вызывает паралич.

the world's most deadly snake - самая смертоносная змея в мире

The snake regenerated its tail. - Змея заново отрастила свой хвост.

the sibilant hiss of a snake - свистящее шипение змеи

a coiled snake ready to strike - свернувшаяся в клубок змея, готовая напасть

Theo prodded at the dead snake. - Тео ткнул мертвую змею.

The snake crawled into its hole. - Змея заползла в свою нору.

Slowly, the snake uncoiled. - Змея медленно развернулась.

Suck poison from a snake bite. - Отсосите яд от укуса змеи.

The snake coiled around its prey. - Змея обвилась вокруг своей добычи.

when Felix first saw a garter snake - когда Феликс впервые увидел садового ужа

The army snaked through the jungle. - Войска извилистыми тропами пробрались сквозь джунгли.

The snake swallowed its prey whole. - Змея проглотила свою добычу целиком.

The river snakes through the valley. - Река змеёй вьётся по долине.

The snake's venom paralyzed the mouse. - Змеиный яд парализовал мышь.

The snake flicked its tongue in and out. - Змея высунула и мгновенно втянула обратно язык.

the forked tongue of a snake - раздвоенный язык змеи

A snake is a limbless reptile. - Змеи — это лишённые конечностей пресмыкающиеся.

The snake was charmed by the music. - Змея была заворожена музыкой.

The snake curled up in the long grass. - Змея свернулась в высокой траве.

The snake charmer fascinates the cobra. - Заклинатель змей завораживает кобру.

The snake slithered through the garden. - Змея проползла по саду.

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Связанные термины:

fox snake: a common, harmless rat snake ( Elaphe vulpina ), with a yellowish background color and dark blotches on the back

mud snake: a long, bluish-black colubrid snake ( Farancia abacura ) with a red belly, and a nonpoisonous spine at the tip of the tail, found in the SE U.S.

rat snake: any of various nonvenomous rodent-eating colubrid snakes, such as Elaphe obsoleta of North America and Ptyas mucosus of Asia

sea snake: any venomous snake of the family Hydrophiidae, of tropical seas, that swims by means of a laterally compressed oarlike tail

snake fly: any of various neuropterous insects of the family Raphidiidae, having an elongated thorax : order Megaloptera

snake oil: something which someone is trying to sell you or make you believe in when you think it is false and is not to be trusted

snake pit: a place characterized by chaos, mutual hostility, or extreme competitiveness

blind snake: any burrowing snake of the family Typhlopidae and related families of warm and tropical regions, having very small or vestigial eyes

brown snake: any of various common venomous snakes of the genus Pseudonaja

bull snake: any burrowing North American nonvenomous colubrid snake of the genus Pituophis, typically having yellow and brown markings

coral snake: any venomous elapid snake of the genus Micrurus and related genera, of tropical and subtropical America, marked with red, black, yellow, and white transverse bands

corn snake: a large, harmless rat snake, Elaphe guttata guttata, of the southeastern U.S., having yellow, tan, or gray scales with dark-red blotches : once common in cornfields but now an endangered species

glass snake: any snakelike lizard of the genus Ophisaurus, of Europe, Asia, and North America, with vestigial hind limbs and a tail that breaks off easily : family Anguidae

grass snake: a harmless nonvenomous European colubrid snake, Natrix natrix, having a brownish-green body with variable markings

green snake: any of a genus ( Opheodrys ) of harmless, small and slender, green colubrid snakes of North America

hoop snake: any of various North American snakes, such as the mud snake ( Farancia abacura ), that were formerly thought to hold the tail in the mouth and roll along like a hoop

king snake: any nonvenomous North American colubrid snake of the genus Lampropeltis, feeding on other snakes, small mammals, etc

milk snake: a nonvenomous brown-and-grey North American colubrid snake Lampropeltis doliata, related to the king snakes

pine snake: → bullsnake : term used along the E coast of the U.S.

rock snake: any large Australasian python of the genus Liasis

snake dance: a ceremonial dance, performed by the priests of the American Hopi people, in which live snakes are held in the mouth

snake eyes: in dice, a score in which each dice shows a one

snake fence: a fence made of rails interlocked in a zigzag pattern

snake juice: any strong alcoholic drink, esp when home-made

snake plant: → sansevieria

Snake River: a river in the northwestern US, rising in NW Wyoming and flowing west through Idaho, turning north as part of the border between Idaho and Oregon, and flowing west to the Columbia River near Pasco, Washington . Length: 1670 km (1038 miles)

tiger snake: a highly venomous brown-and-yellow elapid snake, Notechis scutatus, of Australia

tree snake: any of various slender arboreal colubrid snakes of the genera Chlorophis ( green tree snakes ), Chrysopelea ( golden tree snakes ), etc

water snake: any of various colubrid snakes that live in or near water, esp any of numerous harmless North American snakes of the genus Natrix, such as N. sipedon

whip snake: any of several long slender fast-moving nonvenomous snakes of the colubrid genus Coluber, such as C. hippocrepis ( horseshoe whipsnake ) of Eurasia

worm snake: any of a superfamily (Typhlopoidea) of wormlike, nonpoisonous snakes with vestigial eyes

carpet snake: a large nonvenomous Australian snake, Morelia variegata, having a carpetlike pattern on its back

chicken snake: → rat snake

diamond snake: a python, Morelia argus, of Australia and New Guinea, with yellow diamond-shaped markings

garter snake: any nonvenomous North American colubrid snake of the genus Thamnophis, typically marked with longitudinal stripes

gopher snake: → bullsnake

hognose snake: puff adder

indigo snake: a dark-blue nonvenomous North American colubrid snake, Drymarchon corais couperi

smooth snake: any of several slender nonvenomous colubrid snakes of the European genus Coronella, esp C. austriaca, having very smooth scales and a reddish-brown coloration

snake charmer: A snake charmer is a person who entertains people by controlling the behaviour of a snake, for example by playing music and causing the snake to rise out of a basket and drop back in again.

snake doctor: → dragonfly

coachwhip snake: a slender nonvenomous snake, Masticophis flagellum, of the US

currency snake: an exchange rate system that operated between various member countries of the EEC during the 1970s, in which exchange rates between the currencies of the participating states were only allowed to fluctuate within a restricted range

harlequin snake: the E American coral snake ( Micrurus fulvius )

poisonous snake: A snake is a long, thin reptile without legs.

ringneck snake: any of a genus ( Diadophis ) of small colubrid snakes with a yellow or orange ring around the neck, common throughout North America

snake mackerel: any slender spiny-finned fish of the family Gempylidae, of warm and tropical seas: similar and closely related to the scombroid fishes

snake's head: a European fritillary plant, Fritillaria meleagris, of damp meadows, having purple-and-white chequered flowers

spitting snake: a venomous elapid snake, Hemachatus hemachatus of southern Africa, which spits venom at its enemies from a distance

venomous snake: A snake is a long, thin reptile without legs.

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Однокоренные слова:

snaky - змеиный, извилистый, коварный, кишащий змеями

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