Noun: вещи имущество пожитки утварь


things to come - грядущее

constitution of things - порядок вещей

to let things drift - пускать на самотёк

to mistake the outward habiliments of things for the things themselves - принимать внешнюю оболочку вещей за сами вещи

to imagine things - выдумывать, вбивать себе в голову невесть что

things are improving - дела налаживаются

one's way of looking at things - чьи-л. взгляды

take things on the chin - держаться бодро; не падать духом; не унывать

see things through rose-coloured spectacles - смотреть на вещи сквозь розовые очки

combination of n things by r - сочетание из n элементов по r

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Let things be. - Пусть всё будет как есть.

Things are looking up. - Положение улучшается.

We've got things to do. - Нам есть, чем заняться.

Things will work out, you'll see. - Всё получится, вот увидишь.

Things went awry. - Дела пошли вкривь и вкось.

Things are fine for now. - Пока что всё идёт отлично.

I hope things will come (a)round. - Надеюсь, всё образуется.

How are things with you, Sarah? - Как у тебя дела, Сара?

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

Things are back to normal again. - Всё снова вернулось в нормальное русло.

a tendency to drop things - привычка всё ронять

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

All things are topsy-turned. - Все перевернуто вверх дном.

Awful things began to happen. - Начали происходить ужасные вещи.

I'll pick my things up later. - Я заберу свои вещи позже.

I'm scared of fucking things up. - Я боюсь все на хрен испортить.

When things went south ... - Когда всё пошло наперекосяк ...

I see things differently now. - Сейчас я по-другому смотрю на вещи.

They sell all kinds of things. - Они продают всякую всячину.

Things were in an untidy state. - Все вещи были в беспорядке.

She took her things to her room. - Она отнесла вещи к себе в комнату.

They screwed things up big time. - Они крупно напортачили. / Они серьёзно наломали дров.

Someone had disturbed my things. - Кто-то рылся в моих вещах.

the life force in all things - жизненная сила во всём

She's good at making things. - У неё хорошо получается мастерить.

She took a dim view of things. - Она смотрела на всё это без особой надежды.

Who's been at my things again? - Кто опять трогал мои вещи?

Jim began to unpack his things. - Джим начал распаковывать свои вещи.

I dare say things will improve. - Надо полагать, что всё изменится к лучшему.

She was careless with my things. - Она небрежно обращалась с моими вещами.

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Связанные термины:

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.

many things: 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 .

see things: to have hallucinations

tea-things: informalanother name for tea service

change things: 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 .

stranger things: 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 .

in all things: In all things means in every situation and at all times.

be seeing things: to believe one is seeing or hearing something that is not really there

first things first: You say ' first things first ' when you are talking about something that should be done or dealt with before anything else because it is the most important .

scheme of things: Someone's scheme of things is the way in which they think that things in their life should be organized .

all things considered: You say all things considered to indicate that you are making a judgment after taking all the facts into account .

bright young things: young, fun-loving, fashionable upper-class people, esp of the 1920s

seeing/hearing things: If you say that someone is seeing or hearing things, you mean that they believe they are seeing or hearing something that is not really there.

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

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

as things/people go: You use expressions like as things go or as children go when you are describing one person or thing and comparing them with others of the same kind .

one of those things: something that cannot be avoided, helped, changed, etc.

overdo it: to overtax one's strength, capacity, etc

young thing: a young person

in the nature of things: If you say that something is in the nature of things, you mean that you would expect it to happen in the circumstances mentioned .

not do things by halves: to always do everything very well and very thoroughly

other things being equal: If you say ' other things being equal ' or ' all things being equal ' when talking about a possible situation, you mean if nothing unexpected happens or if there are no other factors which affect the situation.

the internet of things: a network of objects that are fitted with microchips and connected to the internet, enabling them to interact with each other and to be controlled remotely

as people (or things) go: in comparison with how other people (or things) are

never do things by halves: If you say that someone never does things by halves, you mean that they always do things very thoroughly.

the way things are going: You can use the way things are going to indicate that you expect something to happen because of the way the present situation is developing .

take it easy: If someone tells you to take it easy or take things easy, they mean that you should relax and not do very much at all.

whoop it up: to indulge in a noisy celebration

the shape of things to come: If you say that something is the shape of things to come, you mean that it is the start of a new trend or development, and in future things will be like this.

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

be all things to all men/people: If you say that someone or something is trying to be all things to all men or to all people, you are criticizing them because they are trying to behave in a way that will please everyone, and this is impossible .

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

the scheme of things the grand scheme of things: When people talk about the scheme of things or the grand scheme of things, they are referring to the way that everything in the world seems to be organized .

as it is/as it turns out/as things stand: You use expressions such as as it is, as it turns out, and as things stand when you are making a contrast between a possible situation and what actually happened or is the case .

it is just/simply one of those things: If you say it is just one of those things you mean that you cannot explain something because it seems to happen by chance .

have more things than you can shake a stick at: to have a very large number of a particular thing

the odds are stacked against sb/things are stacked against sb: If you say that the odds are stacked against someone, or that particular factors are stacked against them, you mean that they are unlikely to succeed in what they want to do because the conditions are not favourable .

more...than you could shake a stick at more things than you can shake a stick at: If you say that there are more things than you could or can shake a stick at, you are emphasizing in a humorous way that there are a lot of them.

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Однокоренные слова:

underthings - женское белье

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