states

Перевод:

Noun: государства

Фразы:

algebra of states and events - алгебра состояний и событий

enumerable number of states - счетное множество состояний

offence against the United States - федеральное преступление

proliferation of states - рост числа государств

sequence of states - последовательность состояний

distinguishable states - различимые состояния

recognizable states - распознаваемые состояния

states concerned - заинтересованные государства

circumjacent states - окружающие государства

isoenergetic combination states - изоэнергетические комбинационные состояния

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Примеры:

United States of America - Соединенные Штаты Америки (государственный язык английский, национальная валюта - доллар США)

The United States of America - Соединенные Штаты Америки

Commonwealth of Independent States - Содружество независимых государств (СНГ)

United Mexican States - Мексиканские Соединённые Штаты

Americans in all 50 states - американцы во всех пятидесяти штатах

the solid and liquid states - твёрдое и жидкое состояния

He spied for the United States. - Он занимался шпионажем в пользу США.

The President of the United States - Президент Соединённых Штатов Америки

Supreme Court of the United States - Верховный суд США

a union of loosely federated states - объединение свободно интегрированных штатов

Council of American States in Europe - Совет американских государств в Европе

We covered three states in two days. - Мы проехали три штата за два дня.

the Great Plains of the United States - Великие Равнины США

a federal union of the several states - федеративный союз отдельных государств

the thorny question of states' rights - щекотливый вопрос о правах отдельных штатов

The law still prevails in some states. - В некоторых штатах этот закон действует до сих пор.

the divisional line between two states - разделительная линия между двумя штатами

United States Court of Military Appeals - Федеральный апелляционный суд по делам военнослужащих

The United States annexed Texas in 1845. - Соединённые Штаты присоединили Техас в 1845 году.

Economic Community of West African States - Экономическое сообщество западноафриканских государств

She's flying back to the States tomorrow. - Завтра она прилетает обратно в Штаты.

She cabled the news to the United States. - Она телеграфировала эту новость в Соединённые Штаты.

The eagle is a symbol of the United States. - Орёл является символом США.

He works for the United States mail service. - Он работает в почтовой службе США.

I'd like to go and visit the States one day. - Я хотел бы когда-нибудь поехать погостить в Штаты.

The United States is the home of basketball. - Соединённые Штаты являются родиной баскетбола.

Economic Community of Central African States - Экономическое сообщество центральноафриканских государств

Queensland is one of the states of Australia. - Квинсленд является одним из штатов Австралии.

They made inroads in the United States market. - Они делали вылазки на рынок Соединённых Штатов.

Congress appropriated the funds to the states. - Конгресс выделил денежные средства для этих штатов.

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Связанные термины:

state: You can refer to countries as states, particularly when you are discussing politics .

Gulf States: the oil-producing states around the Persian Gulf: Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and Oman

the States: the United States

Balkan States: the countries of the Balkan Peninsula : the former Yugoslavian Republics, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, and the European part of Turkey

Baltic States: the republics of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, which became constituent republics of the former Soviet Union in 1940, regaining their independence in 1991

border states: slave states bordering on the free states before the Civil War: Mo ., Ky., Va., Md., & Del .

Boston states: the New England states, esp. Maine and Massachusetts

Malay States: the former states of the Malay Peninsula that, together with Penang and Malacca, formed the Union of Malaya (1946) and the Federation of Malaya (1948). Perak, Selangor, Negri Sembilan, and Pahang were established as the Federated Malay States by the British in 1895 and Perlis, Kedah, Kelantan, and Trengannu as the Unfederated Malay States in 1909 (joined by Johore in 1914)

Middle States: those eastern states between the New England states and the South; New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland

Native States: the former 562 semi-independent states of India, ruled by Indians but subject to varying degrees of British authority: merged with provinces by 1948; largest states were Hyderabad, Gwalior, Baroda, Mysore, Cochin, Jammu and Kashmir, Travancore, Sikkim, and Indore

Papal States: the temporal domain of the popes in central Italy from 756 ad until the unification of Italy in 1870

Punjab States: (formerly) a group of states in NW India, amalgamated in 1956 with Punjab state

United States: The United States of America is the official name for the country in North America that consists of fifty states and the District of Columbia . It is bordered by Canada in the north and Mexico in the south. The form United States is also used.

Barbary States: semi-independent Turkish provinces along the coast of N Africa (16th-19th cent.); Tripoli, Tunisia, Algeria, & Morocco

neighbor states: the states or countries next to another state or country

States General: the bicameral legislature of the Netherlands

states' rights: the rights and powers generally conceded to the states, or all those powers claimed for the states under some interpretations of the Constitution

Trucial States: a group of seven emirates in SW Asia, on the Persian Gulf : consists of Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm al Qaiwain, Ras el Khaimah, and Fujairah; a former British protectorate ; became fully independent in 1971; consists mostly of flat desert, with mountains in the east; rich petroleum resources . Official language: Arabic . Official religion: Muslim . Currency: dirham . Capital: Abu Dhabi. Pop: 9 400 145 (2017 est). Area: 83 600 sq km (32 300 sq miles)

associated states: Anguilla, Antigua, Dominica, Grenada, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, and St Vincent and the Grenadines, which had the status of associated statehood

Council of States: the upper chamber of India's Parliament

the United States: a federal republic mainly in North America consisting of 50 states and the District of Columbia : colonized principally by the English and French in the 17th century, the indigenous inhabitants being gradually defeated and displaced ; 13 colonies under British rule made the Declaration of Independence in 1776 and became the United States after the War of American Independence. The northern states defeated the South in the Civil War (1861–65). It is the world's most productive industrial nation and also exports agricultural products. It consists generally of the Rocky Mountains in the west, the Great Plains in the centre, the Appalachians in the east, deserts in the southwest, and coastal lowlands and swamps in the southeast . Language: predominantly English; Spanish is also widely spoken. Religion : Christian majority . Currency : dollar . Capital: Washington, DC. Pop: 324 459 463 (2017 est). Area: 9 518 323 sq km (3 675 031 sq miles)

United Arab States: a federation (1958–61) between the United Arab Republic and Yemen

United States Army: the Regular Army of the United States

United States Navy: the naval branch of the United States armed forces

Persian Gulf States: group of Arab sheikdoms along the Persian Gulf: Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, & United Arab Emirates

United Mexican States: a republic in North America, on the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific : early Mexican history includes the Maya, Toltec, and Aztec civilizations ; conquered by the Spanish between 1519 and 1525 and achieved independence in 1821; lost Texas to the US in 1836 and California and New Mexico in 1848. It is generally mountainous with three ranges of the Sierra Madre (east, west, and south) and a large central plateau . Official language: Spanish. Religion : Roman Catholic majority . Currency : peso . Capital: Mexico City. Pop: 129 163 276 (2017 est). Area: 1 967 183 sq km (761 530 sq miles)

city-state: a state consisting of a sovereign city and its dependencies . Among the most famous are the great independent cities of the ancient world, such as Athens, Sparta, Carthage, Thebes, Corinth, and Rome

deep state: a group of senior civil servants and military officials believed by some to exert secret control over its country's government

mini-state: a very small nation that is an internationally-recognized sovereign state

Federated Malay States: the former states of the Malay Peninsula that, together with Penang and Malacca, formed the Union of Malaya (1946) and the Federation of Malaya (1948). Perak, Selangor, Negri Sembilan, and Pahang were established as the Federated Malay States by the British in 1895 and Perlis, Kedah, Kelantan, and Trengannu as the Unfederated Malay States in 1909 (joined by Johore in 1914)

Middle Atlantic States: the states of New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey

States of the Church: → Papal States

Unfederated Malay States: a former group of native states in the Malay Peninsula that became British protectorates between 1885 and 1909. All except Brunei joined the Malayan Union (later Federation of Malaya ) in 1946. Brunei joined the Federation of Malaysia in 1963 but later became an independent nation

Balkans: countries of the Balkan Peninsula (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, & the European part of Turkey) & Romania

border state: a state adjacent to a border

buffer state: A buffer state is a peaceful country situated between two or more larger hostile countries.

client state: A client state is a country which is controlled or influenced by another larger and more powerful state, or which depends on this state for support and protection .

failed state: a weak state where social and political structures have collapsed to the point where the government has little or no control

ground state: the lowest energy state of an atom, molecule, particle, etc

nanny state: If you refer to the government as the nanny state, you disapprove of it because you think it tries to protect its citizens too much and makes them rely on the state too much.

narco-state: a country in which the illegal trade in narcotic drugs forms a substantial part of the economy

nation state: A nation-state is an independent state which consists of people from one particular national group.

outlaw state: a state that conducts its policy in a dangerously unpredictable way, disregarding international law or diplomacy

police state: A police state is a country in which the government controls people's freedom by means of the police, especially secret police.

rogue state: When politicians or journalists talk about a rogue state, they mean a country that they regard as a threat to their own country's security, for example because it supports terrorism .

steady state: the condition of a system when some or all of the quantities describing it are independent of time but not necessarily in thermodynamic or chemical equilibrium

United States of America: a federal republic mainly in North America consisting of 50 states and the District of Columbia : colonized principally by the English and French in the 17th century, the indigenous inhabitants being gradually defeated and displaced ; 13 colonies under British rule made the Declaration of Independence in 1776 and became the United States after the War of American Independence. The northern states defeated the South in the Civil War (1861–65). It is the world's most productive industrial nation and also exports agricultural products. It consists generally of the Rocky Mountains in the west, the Great Plains in the centre, the Appalachians in the east, deserts in the southwest, and coastal lowlands and swamps in the southeast . Language: predominantly English; Spanish is also widely spoken. Religion : Christian majority . Currency : dollar . Capital: Washington, DC. Pop: 324 459 463 (2017 est). Area: 9 518 323 sq km (3 675 031 sq miles)

United States Air Force: the aviation branch of the United States armed forces

War Between the States: the American Civil War

construct state: the inflected form of a noun dependent on a following noun, with the combination expressing a genitive relationship, as Hebrew beth Davidhouse of David,” where bethhouse of ” is the construct form of bayit “house

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Однокоренные слова:

state - государственный, состояние, государство, констатировать
stateless - не имеющий гражданства
stately - величественный, величавый, величественный, величавый