study

ˈstʌdɪ

Перевод:

Verb: изучать учиться исследовать заниматься
Noun: изучение исследование проработка предмет изучения

Фразы:

bedroom-cum-study - спальня, одновременно служащая кабинетом

to study dance - изучать искусство танца

to study smth. in depth - изучать что-л. глубоко, тщательно

domain of study - область изучения

to study dramatics - учиться актёрскому ремеслу

to study economics - изучать теорию экономики

to read / study law - изучать право, учиться на юриста

to study one's lessons - учить уроки

to study a market - изучать рынок

an object for study - объект, предмет изучения

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Примеры:

He is a fast study. - Он быстро учится.

He stood in a study. - Он стоял в задумчивости.

He studied to get away. - Он пытался убежать.

Anna is studying French literature. - Анна изучает французскую литературу.

The proposal is under our study. - Мы рассматриваем это предложение.

She always studied her own interests. - Она всегда заботилась лишь о своих собственных интересах.

I haven't had time to study the proposals yet. - У меня пока не было времени на изучение предложений.

He is meditating in his study. - Он размышляет у себя в кабинете.

They try to specialize their study. - Они пытаются сузить область своего исследования.

They're studying how stress affects body chemistry. - Они изучают влияние стресса на химические процессы, происходящие в организме.

Goodall was studying the behavior of chimpanzees in the wild. - Гудалл изучал поведение шимпанзе в дикой природе.

I studied the request carefully. - Я тщательно изучил это предложение /просьбу/.

Managers are studying what needs to be done to improve efficiency. - Менеджеры изучают меры, которые необходимо предпринимать для улучшения эффективности.

Did you study for the test? - Вы подготовились к тесту /к контрольной/?

About 20 pupils study music here. - Здесь изучают музыку около двадцати учеников.

Scientists study the composition of the soil. - Учёные исследуют состав почвы.

They produced a careful study of the building. - Они произвели тщательное исследование здания.

She is in a deep study. - Она глубоко сосредоточена.

This half I'm going to study well. - В этом семестре я буду учиться нормально.

Environmental Studies - исследования окружающей среды

My idea is to study law. - Мой план заключается в том, чтобы изучать право /поступить на юридический/.

How do you get time to study? - Откуда у тебя время на учёбу?

She won a scholarship to study abroad. - Она выиграла стипендию для обучения за границей.

She wanted to study photography in college. - Она хотела изучать фотографию в колледже.

The company dedicated $50,000 for the study. - Компания выделила на это исследование пятьдесят тысяч долларов.

He embraced the opportunity to study further. - Он воспользовался возможностью продолжить обучение.

the dual purpose of the study - двойная цель этого исследования

His face was a study in fear. - Его лицо представляло собой наглядную картину испуга.

a morning hour sacred to study - утренний час, посвящённый учёбе

The study was narrow in scope. - Исследование проводилось в узких рамках. / Исследование имело узкую направленность.

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Связанные термины:

area study: anthropological data-word-id="56">or sociological data-word-id="9647">research intended data-word-id="3">to data-word-id="8082">gather data-word-id="5">and data-word-id="7884">relate data on various aspects of a geographical region data-word-id="5">and its inhabitants, as natural resources, history, language, institutions, data-word-id="56">or cultural data-word-id="5">and economic characteristics; a field investigation into human ecology

bench study: the critical evaluation of a new or repaired component, device, apparatus, etc, prior to installation to ensure that it is in perfect condition

brown study: a mood of deep absorption or thoughtfulness; reverie

case study: A case study is a written account that gives detailed information about a person, group, or thing and their development over a period of time.

desk study: a preliminary investigation and report into something collating currently available relevant information

field study: a research project carried out in the field

home study: instruction in a subject given by mail and addressed to a student's home

pilot study: a small-scale experiment or set of observations undertaken to decide how and whether to launch a full-scale project

quick study: someone who is able to learn a new job or adjust to a new social environment in a short time

self-study: Self-study is study that you do on your own, without a teacher.

study group: an informal gathering of people who convene regularly to exchange ideas and information on a specific subject

study hall: a classroom used for studying

study leave: a period of time that school students are given to be off from school in order to study for their exams

study music: Music is the pattern of sounds produced by people singing or playing instruments.

study room: a room, esp in a boarding school, used for studying

study tour: a trip or tour taken by a group of people in order to study something, such as a language

time study: study of each of the steps in an operational or production procedure and the time consumed by them, for the purpose of devising methods of increasing efficiency or productivity of workers

work-study: an examination of ways of finding the most efficient method of doing a job, esp in terms of time and effort

motion study: the analysis of industrial or work procedures to determine the most efficient methods of operation

nature study: Nature study is the study of animals and plants by looking at them directly, for example when it is taught to young children .

private study: the act or process of studying outwith classes

scoping study: a preliminary study to define the scope of a project

study period: a period of time or lesson used for studying

character study: a work of fiction in which the delineation of the central character's personality is more important than the plot

study up on: to make a careful study of

feasibility study: a study designed to determine the practicability of a system or plan

study journalism: Journalism is the job of collecting news and writing about it for newspapers, magazines, television, or radio.

study literature: Novels, plays, and poetry are referred to as literature, especially when they are considered to be good or important.

course of study: an extended period of organized study, often leading to a qualification

follow-up study: a second study made as a follow-up to an initial study

in a brown study: in a reverie or daydream

profitability study: a study of how much profit a company, organization, etc, makes or how profitable it is

programme of study: the prescribed syllabus that pupils must be taught at each key stage in the National Curriculum

study a subject: A subject is an area of knowledge or study, especially one that you study at school, college, or university.

study hall teacher: a teacher who supervises or helps students during a period of time or lesson used for studying

work-study student: a student who is permitted to work while studying, and use the money earned to pay for their studies

study the effect of: The effect of one thing on another is the change that the first thing causes in the second thing.

time and motion study: the analysis of industrial or work procedures to determine the most efficient methods of operation

case method: the teaching or elucidation of a subject or issue through analysis and discussion of actual cases, as in business education

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Однокоренные слова:

study out - выяснять, разбирать
study up - готовиться к экзамену

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