Interjection: подождите подожди
Verb: ждать подождать ожидать дожидаться
Noun: ожидание выжидание засада


to see which way the cat jumps, to wait for the cat to jump - ждать, откуда ветер подует

to wait for the dust to settle - ждать, пока пыль осядет

to wait for years - ждать годами

wait (half) a jiff - подождите минутку

to wait in line - ждать очереди

wait and see - поживем - увидим

to go into a wait state - переходить в состояние ожидания

to wait one's turn - ждать своей очереди

wait awhile - подождите немного

wait for a person - ждать человека

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Wait for me! - Подождите меня!

Hey, wait a minute! - Эй, подождите минутку!

I'll wait in the car. - Я буду ждать в машине.

Wait until I come. - Подожди, пока я приду.

Wait a while longer. - Подождите ещё немного.

Wait for the rain to pass. - Подожди, пока пройдёт дождь.

'Wait up!' he called. - — Подождите! — окликнул он.

You'll have to wait a bit. - Вам придётся немного подождать.

Could you wait outside please. - Подождите, пожалуйста, снаружи.

They waited for me. - Они ждали меня.

I'm waiting on tables at Maxim's. - Я работаю официантом в "Максиме".

Wait a mo! - Подождите минутку!

Please wait in the entry. - Подождите, пожалуйста, в холле.

It is desirable to wait. - Нужно подождать.

They waited for me to leave. - Они ждали, когда я уйду.

This work will be waited. - Эта работа будет отложена.

Wait here - I won't be long. - Подожди здесь, я недолго /я скоро/.

Success waits on effort. - Успех требует усилий.

I'll wait till you come back. - Я подожду, пока вы не вернётесь.

They told us to wait. - Они приказали нам ждать. / Нам велели подождать.

I can't wait to come home. - Жду — не дождусь, когда попаду домой.

Wait a minute — I'm thinking. - Погоди-ка минутку: я думаю.

I shall not wait (any) longer. - Не буду больше ждать.

We've been waiting ages. - Мы ждём уже очень долго /бог знает сколько/.

They'll have a long wait. - Им придётся долго ждать.

They all wait on the king. - Они все служат королю.

I had to wait in suspense. - Мне пришлось ждать в напряжённом внимании. / Мне пришлось томиться в напряжённом ожидании.

You're talking tough now but you wait until you get into the interview. - Сейчас ты, конечно, говоришь смело, но посмотрим, как будет, когда тебя пригласят на интервью.

May success wait upon you! - Да сопутствует вам успех!

He is waiting to be drafted. - Он ждет призыва в армию.

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Фразовые глаголы:

Связанные термины:

wait in: If you wait in, you deliberately stay at home and do not go out, for example because someone is coming to see you.

wait on: If you are waiting on something, you are waiting for it to happen, for example before you do or decide anything.

wait up: If you wait up, you deliberately do not go to bed, especially because you are expecting someone to return home late at night .

wait out: to remain inactive during the course of

wait around: If you wait around or wait about, you stay in the same place, usually doing very little, because you cannot act before something happens or before someone arrives .

wait-listed: placed on a waiting list for a flight leaving an airport

wait table: to serve food as a waiter or servant to people at a table

wait-a-bit: any of various plants having sharp hooked thorns or similar appendages, esp the greenbrier and the grapple plant

lie in wait: to prepare an ambush (for someone)

wait and see: If you tell someone to wait and see, you tell them that they must be patient or that they must not worry about what is going to happen in the future because they have no control over it.

wait-a-while: any of the climbing palms of the genus Calamus and related genera, having tough stems used for wickerwork and canes

wait for it: You say ' wait for it ' to stop someone from doing something too soon because you have not yet given them the command to do it.

wait a minute: People often use expressions such as wait a minute or just a minute when they want to stop you doing or saying something.

wait in a line: When people wait in a line, they stand in a line waiting for something.

lie in wait (for): to wait so as to catch after planning an ambush or trap ( for )

stand/wait in line: When people stand in line or wait in line, they stand one behind the other in a line, waiting their turn for something.

wait in the wings: to wait for an opportunity to take action, especially to take over another person's job or position

wait-and-see tactics: methods of achieving what you want in a particular political situation that involve biding your time for events to run their course

can't wait/can hardly wait: If you say that you can't wait to do something or can hardly wait to do it, you are emphasizing that you are very excited about it and eager to do it.

while-you-wait heel repairs: repairs to damaged heels of footwear, carried out while the customer waits

grapple plant: a herbaceous plant, Harpagophytum procumbens, of southern Africa, whose fruits are covered with large woody barbed hooks : family Pedaliaceae

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Однокоренные слова:

wait on - прислуживать, наносить визит, являться результатом, являться к кому-л.
wait up - дожидаться, не ложиться спать

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