when

wen

Перевод:

Conjunction: когда если как только тогда как
Noun: время дата
Adverb: хотя

Фразы:

to cross a bridge when one comes to it - решать проблему по мере её поступления

when one's ship comes in - когда кто-л. станет богатым

when it comes to the crunch - когда наступит критический момент

expansion of gases when heated - расширение газов при нагревании

when the going gets tough - когда продвижение к цели становится всё труднее

when heeled - при крене

to hit a man when he's down - бить лежачего

to kick smb. when they are down - бить лежачего

the when - время

when ever - когда же

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Примеры:

When shall I see you again? - Когда мы опять встретимся?

Call me when you get home. - Позвоните мне, когда придете домой.

I'll tell you when to stop. - Я скажу тебе, когда остановиться.

When is the next performance? - Когда будет следующее представление?

She did not know when he would come. - Она не знала, когда он вернётся.

I'll phone you again when I get home. - Я перезвоню тебе ещё раз, когда доберусь домой.

There are times when I hate him. - Временами /иногда/ я его просто ненавижу.

When are we leaving? - Когда мы уезжаем?

You need the report by when? - К какому сроку вам нужен отчёт?

Stop writing when the bell rings. - Прекращайте писать, как только прозвенит звонок.

You can go when the bell rings. - Когда прозвенит звонок, можете идти.

He used to go fishing when he was a boy. - Когда он был ребёнком, то часто ходил на рыбалку.

When I was in school, we didn't have computers. - Когда я учился в школе, у нас не было компьютеров.

A contestant is disqualified when he disobeys the rules. - Когда участник соревнования нарушает правила, его дисквалифицируют.

The happy days when we were together - То счастливое время /те счастливые дни/, когда мы были вместе

It was a time when people didn't have to lock their doors. - Это было время, когда людям не приходилось запирать двери.

When will the work be finished? - Когда эта работа будет закончена?

When did you first meet Dr Darnall? - Когда вы познакомились с доктором Дарнеллом?

He always wears glasses except when playing football. - Он всегда носит очки, если только не играет в футбол.

Things were better when he got a job. - Дела стали получше, когда он нашёл работу.

The detective asked me when I last saw her. - Детектив спросил, когда я в последний раз её видел.

The best moment was when he scored the winning goal. - Лучший момент был, когда он забил победный гол.

She remembered the day when Paula had first arrived. - Она вспомнила тот день, когда Пола впервые приехала.

It was the day when the world's first artificial satellite of the Earth was launched. - Это был день, когда был запущен первый в мире искусственный спутник Земли.

When he watches television, he falls asleep. - Когда он смотрит телевизор, то засыпает.

When mixed with water the powder forms a smooth paste. - При смешивании с водой порошок образует однородную пасту.

Why does she steal things when she could easily afford to buy them? - Почему она крадёт вещи, если спокойно может себе позволить их купить?

I decided to quit politics when I might have had a great career in it. - Я решил уйти из большой политики, даже несмотря на то, что я мог сделать хорошую карьеру.

When did the American Civil War begin? - Когда началась гражданская война в США?

When he finally showed up, he was drunk. - Когда он наконец-то появился, то был пьян.

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Связанные термины:

say when: to state when an action is to be stopped or begun, as when someone is pouring a drink

when in Rome: said to mean that people should follow the customs of the people they are visiting or living with

when pigs fly: If you say ' when pigs fly ' after someone has said that something might happen, you are emphasizing that you think it is very unlikely .

whene'er: at every or any time that; when

know when to stop: If you say that someone does not know when to stop, you mean that they do not control their own behaviour very well and so they often annoy or upset other people.

ready when you are: If you say to someone ' Ready when you are ', you are telling them that you are now ready to do something and that as soon as they are ready, you will do it.

when the dust settles: If you say that something will happen when the dust settles, you mean that a situation will be clearer after it has calmed down. If you let the dust settle before doing something, you let a situation calm down before you try to do anything else.

when it comes (down) to: You can use the expression when it comes to or when it comes down to in order to introduce a new topic or a new aspect of a topic that you are talking about.

when the chips are down: If you say that something happens when the chips are down, you mean it happens when a situation gets very difficult.

kick you when you are down: If you say that someone kicks you when you are down, you think they are behaving unfairly because they are attacking you when you are in a weak position .

when one's ship comes in: when one has become successful or wealthy

when push comes to shove: when a situation reaches a critical point and you must make a decision on how to progress

when someone's ship comes in: said to talk about what someone will do if they become rich and successful

when the balloon goes up: when the trouble or action begins

when the shit hits the fan: at the time that a crisis point is reached or disaster takes place

when your back is turned: when you are away or involved with something else

when it comes to the crunch: when a situation reaches a very important or difficult point and you must make a decision on how to progress

kick someone when they are down: to hurt, upset or criticize someone when they are already in a weak position or at a disadvantage

cross a bridge when one comes to it: to deal with a problem only when it arises ; not to anticipate difficulties

the dust settles when the dust settles: If you say that something will happen when the dust settles, you mean that a situation will be clearer after it has calmed down. If you let the dust settle before doing something, you let a situation calm down before you try to do anything else.

when you come/it comes down to it: You can use the expression when it comes down to it or when you come down to it for emphasis, when you are giving a general statement or conclusion .

if necessary/when necessary/where necessary: If you say that something will happen if necessary, when necessary, or where necessary, you mean that it will happen if it is necessary, when it is necessary, or where it is necessary.

they broke the mould when they made someone: said to mean that a particular person or thing is special or unique, and that there is nobody else or nothing else quite like them

when one person sneezes, another catches cold: said to mean that the things that happen to one country or person have a great effect or influence on other countries or people

when the cat's away, the mice will play: said to mean that people do what they want, or misbehave when their boss or another person in authority is away

come to think of it/when you think about it: You use expressions such as come to think of it, when you think about it, or thinking about it, when you mention something that you have suddenly remembered or realized .

someone will cross that bridge when they come to it: said to mean that someone intends to deal with a problem when, or if, it happens, rather than worrying about the possibility of it happening

when (or if, etc.) one's ship comes in (or home): when (or if, etc.) one becomes rich

if it comes to the crunch/when it comes to the crunch: If you say that something will happen if or when it comes to the crunch, you mean that it will happen if or when the time comes when something has to be done.

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