Pronoun: это эта этот сей


by this / now - к этому времени

this is chargeable to the account of... - это следует отнести на счёт...

this coincidental misfortune - это несчастливое стечение обстоятельств

the condensation of thought and expression, which distinguish this poet - краткость мысли и стиля, которые отличают этого поэта

this condition cannot be dispensed with - без этого условия обойтись нельзя

this condition holds - это условие выполняется

this condition is met - это условие выполняется

this condition is ruled out - это условие не выполняется

this condition is violated - это условие нарушается

this condition works - это условие выполняется

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This is my jacket and that's yours. - Это моя куртка, а та — твоя.

Would you take a look at this, please? - Пожалуйста, не могли бы вы взглянуть на это?

What is the meaning of this? - В чём смысл этого? / Что это означает?

We were looking for this book of recipes. - Мы искали именно эту кулинарную книгу.

She has never been this late for school before. - Она никогда так сильно не опаздывала в школу.

The meeting isn't going to last this long. - Собрание так долго не продлится.

I know this much, that this story is exaggerated. - Я знаю по крайней мере то, что эта история преувеличена.

All of this is mine. - Всё это моё.

I was walking down the street when I heard this sound. - Я услышал этот звук, когда шёл по улице.

Anything would be better than this. - Всё лучше, чем это.

This is my favorite T-shirt. - Это моя любимая футболка.

This is silver and that is gold. - Это — серебро, а то — золото.

I need a nail about this long. - Мне нужен гвоздь примерно такой длины.

We've waited this long for the pizza, we might as well stay until it's ready. - Мы уже так долго ждём эту пиццу, что вполне можно дождаться, пока она будет готова.

This is the most fun I've had in years! - Мне уже много лет не было так весело!

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this here: → this (sense 7 )

with this: after this; thereupon

this minute: If you say that something must be done this minute, you are emphasizing that it must be done immediately .

this stage: A stage of an activity, process, or period is one part of it.

this-worldly: distinguished by or relating to material or earthly concerns; not spiritual or concerned with life in a future or imaginary world

at this rate: If you say that at this rate something bad or extreme will happen, you mean that it will happen if things continue to develop as they have been doing.

this side of: If you say that something will not happen this side of a date or event, you mean that it will not happen before that date or event.

to this day: To this day means up until and including the present time.

in this regard: on this point

like this/that: You use like this or like that when you are drawing attention to something that you are doing or that someone else is doing.

this and that: If you say that you are doing or talking about this and that, or this, that, and the other you mean that you are doing or talking about a variety of things that you do not want to specify.

this day week: a week (counting backward or forward) from today (or yesterday, etc.)

depart this life: to die

watch this space: Journalists write ' Watch this space ' in order to indicate in an informal way that they will be giving more information about something in the future .

like that: You say like this, like that, or like so when you are showing someone how something is done.

on that/this score: You can use on that score or on this score to refer to something that has just been mentioned, especially an area of difficulty or concern .

out-of-this-world: If you say that something is out of this world, you are emphasizing that it is extremely good or impressive .

that way/this way: You can use that way and this way to refer to a statement or comment that you have just made.

in this day and age: In this day and age means in modern times.

in this/that regard: You can use in this regard or in that regard to refer back to something that you have just said .

on that/this account: You can use on that account or on this account when you want to say that something happens for the reason you have just mentioned .

to this/that effect: You use to this effect, to that effect, or to the effect that to indicate that you have given or are giving a summary of something that was said or written, and not the actual words used.

not long for this world: likely to die soon

this neck of the woods: the place where you are at the moment

added to this/added to that: You use added to this or added to that to introduce a fact that supports or widens what you are saying .

at the/this moment/present moment: You use expressions such as at the moment, at this moment, and at the present moment to indicate that a particular situation exists at the time when you are speaking .

in this respect/in many respects: You use expressions like in this respect and in many respects to indicate that what you are saying applies to the feature you have just mentioned or to many features of something.

in this connection/in that connection: You say in this connection or in that connection to indicate that what you are talking about is related to what you have just mentioned .

there's more to this than meets the eye: You say ' there's more to this than meets the eye ' when you think a situation is not as simple as it seems to be.

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