thing

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Перевод:

Noun: вещь дело штука предмет

Фразы:

how could you do such a thing? - как вы могли сделать такое?

to know a thing like a book - знать что-л. как свои пять пальцев

solid silver, the clear thing, and no mistake - сплошное серебро, настоящая вещь, без дураков

to keep a thing close - держать что-л. в секрете

to do the decent thing - проявить порядочность

to turn a thing to account - использовать что-л. в своих интересах

to take a thing by the best handle - использовать ситуацию наилучшим образом

material object / thing - материальный объект, предмет материального мира

real thing - первоклассная вещь

to sneak a thing out of the house - выкрасть из дома какую-нибудь вещь

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Примеры:

I'll tell you a thing. - Я тебе кое-что скажу.

I left my swimming things at home. - Я оставил свои вещи для плавания дома.

Oh, you poor thing. - Ах ты, бедняжка!

Things could be worse. - Все могло быть и хуже.

I can't see a blessed thing! - Ни черта не вижу!

It's quite the thing to do. - Это именно то, что нужно сделать.

That miss Thing. - Эта дама, ну как там её...

This thing has got to end. - Этому нужно положить конец.

He did the same thing as you. - Он сделал то же, что и ты.

It is now a thing of the past. - Это дело прошлое.

Don't worry about a thing. - Ни о чём не беспокойтесь.

We're leaving first thing. - Завтра утром сразу же уезжаем.

What a silly thing to say! - Что за глупости!

Are all your things packed? - У вас все вещи упакованы?

the in thing to do - самое модное увлечение

Why, what a strange thing to say! - Да что за странные слова!

Oh, you poor thing! - Ах ты, бедняжечка!

She has a thing about him. - Она к нему неравнодушна.

It is a silly thing to do. - Глупо поступать так.

What a brainless thing to do! - Какой идиотский поступок! / Какой кретин так делает!

The main thing is not to panic. - Самое главное — не паниковать.

He had opened his pants and was shaking what my circle called "this thing" - Он расстегнул штаны и помахал тем, что в моём кругу называют "эта штука".

the thing I like about her is... - мне в ней нравится то, что ... / что мне в ней нравится, так это...

She's gone, and a good thing too. - Она ушла, и это тоже хорошо.

We drank some warm thing. - Мы выпили чего-то тёплого.

One thing is sure, though. - Тем не менее, в одном можно не сомневаться.

Choose what thing soever you please. - Выбери любую вещь, какая тебе только понравится.

You poor old thing! - Ах ты бедняжка!

The thing is to stay in bounds. - Самое главное — оставаться в рамках дозволенного.

You may actually be doing the right thing by walking out. - На самом деле, может и правильно, что вы увольняетесь.

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Связанные термины:

big thing: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

few thing: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

fun thing: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

the thing: the latest fashion

first thing: If you do something first thing, you do it at the beginning of the day, before you do anything else. If you do it last thing, you do it at the end of the day, before you go to bed or go to sleep .

funny thing: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

last thing: as the final action, esp before retiring to bed at night

main thing: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

near thing: an event or action whose outcome is nearly a failure, success, disaster, etc

only thing: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

same thing: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

sure thing: If you say that something is a sure thing, you mean that you are certain that it will happen or be successful.

young thing: a young person

useful thing: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

be one thing: You can say that the first of two ideas, actions, or situations is one thing when you want to contrast it with a second idea, action, or situation and emphasize that the second one is much more difficult, important, or extreme .

different thing: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

favourite thing: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

positive thing: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

terrible thing: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

the thing is: You say the thing is to introduce an explanation, comment, or opinion, that relates to something that has just been said . The thing is is often used to identify a problem relating to what has just been said.

for one thing: You can say for one thing when you are explaining a statement or answering a question, to suggest that you are not giving the whole explanation or answer, and that there are other points that you could add to it.

no such thing: You can say there is no such thing as something to emphasize that it does not exist or is not possible .

the done thing: If you say that something is the done thing, you mean it is the most socially acceptable way to behave .

the real thing: If you say that a thing or event is the real thing, you mean that it is the thing or event itself, rather than an imitation or copy .

a thing or two: If you say that a person knows a thing or two about something or could teach someone a thing or two about it, you mean that they know a lot about it or are good at it.

make a thing of: to make a fuss about; exaggerate the importance of

the first thing: even one thing

the other thing: an unexpressed alternative

thing-in-itself: (in the philosophy of Kant ) an element of the noumenal rather than the phenomenal world, of which the senses give no knowledge but whose bare existence can be inferred from the nature of experience

free jazz: a style of jazz in which improvization is dominant

do your own thing: If you do your own thing, you live, act, or behave in the way you want to, without paying attention to convention or depending on other people.

have a thing about: If you have a thing about someone or something, you have very strong feelings about them.

a thing of the past: If something is a thing of the past, it no longer exists or happens, or is being replaced by something new.

do the decent thing: If you say that someone should do the decent thing, you mean that they should do something which they do not really want to do, but which you think they ought to do.

one thing and another: You can use the expression ' one thing and another ' to suggest that there are several reasons for something or several items on a list, but you are not going to explain or mention them all.

be on to a good thing: to be in a profitable situation or position

one thing after another: If you talk about one thing after another, you are referring to a series of repeated or continuous events .

the next thing sb knows: You can say the next thing I knew to suggest that a new situation which you are describing was surprising because it happened very suddenly.

just the thing/the very thing: If you say that something is just the thing or is the very thing, you are emphasizing that it is exactly what is wanted or needed.

a close call/shave/thing: If you describe an event as a close shave, a close thing, or a close call, you mean that an accident or a disaster very nearly happened .

make a thing about/out of: If you make a thing of something or make a thing about it, you talk about it or do it in an exaggerated way, so that it seems much more important than it really is.

one thing led to another: You say one thing led to another when you are explaining how something happened, but you do not really want to give the details or you think people will be able to imagine the details.

chance would be a fine thing: said to mean that something that you would like to happen is very unlikely

it is a good/bad thing to: You say it is a good thing to do something to introduce a piece of advice or a comment on a situation or activity .

it's a good job/a good thing: If you say it's a good thing that something is the case, you mean that it is fortunate .

neither one thing nor the other: indefinite, undecided, or mixed

the best thing since sliced bread: something that someone thinks is very good, original, and exciting

it's a good job it's a good thing: If you say it's a good thing, or in British English it's a good job, that something is the case, you mean that it is fortunate .

the person or thing of someone's dreams: the person or the thing that someone prefers to all others

be long on one thing and short on another: to have a lot of one thing but not very much of another

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Однокоренные слова:

things - вещи, багаж, имущество, утварь, пожитки, личные вещи, принадлежности

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