Adverb: где куда
Conjunction: туда туда где туда куда
Noun: место происшествия


the land where harvest has been so noble, so bounteous - земля, где столь великий и щедрый урожай

to halt at a fork where two roads diverge - остановиться у развилки двух дорог

to know where to find smb. - понимать, что человек имеет в виду

to scratch smb. where he/she itches - уступить чьим-л. слабостям

where the waters marry - где потоки сливаются в один

to rush in where angels fear to tread - пускаться в рискованное предприятие.

where the river slips into the sea - там, где река впадает в море

the fountain, where they were sitting around - фонтан, вокруг которого они сидели

a dangerous stretch of water where the waves break over a submerged reef of rocks - опасная полоса воды, где волны перекатываются через подводные рифы

in Poets' Corner, where he has been buried by Chaucer and Cowley - в Уголке поэтов, где он был похоронен рядом с Чосером и Коули

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Where are you going? - Куда вы идёте? / Куда ты?

Where do they live? - Где они живут?

Stay where you are. - Стой, где стоишь. / Никуда не уходи.

Where did you meet her? - Где ты её встретил? / Где вы с ней познакомились?

I am where I should be. - Я там, где я должен быть.

You can sit where you like. - Садитесь, где вам больше нравится.

Where is she taking us? - Куда она нас везёт /ведёт/?

Where did you hear that? - Где ты это слышал?

Do you know where my glasses are? - Вы не знаете, где мои очки?

Do you know where we're going? - Ты знаешь, куда мы идём?

I wonder where he gets these strange ideas. - Интересно, откуда у него эти странные мысли.

Where have you come from? - Откуда вы пришли?

Send him where he wants. - Пошлите его туда, куда он хочет.

The store where we shop is closing. - (Тот) магазин, где мы обычно делаем покупки, закрывается.

Now where was I? Oh yes, I was telling you about my journey. - Так на чем я остановился? Ах, да, я рассказывал тебе о своем путешествии.

Please stay where you are. - Пожалуйста, оставайтесь там, где вы находитесь.

Where would you like to sit? - Где бы вы хотели сидеть?

I don't know where that came from. - Я не знаю, откуда это взялось.

You're free to go where you please. - Можешь идти, куда пожелаешь.

Where does the story get interesting? - На каком моменте сюжет становится интересным?

I have to know the where and the when. - Я должен знать место и время (когда это случилось).

They are rude where they should be reverent. - Они грубы, тогда как должны быть почтительны.

He put the note where she could easily see it. - Он положил эту записку у неё на виду.

They're easy to find, if you know where to look. - Их легко найти, если знаешь, где искать.

She was standing exactly where you are standing now. - Она стояла именно там, где стоите сейчас вы.

I know where their house is. - Я знаю, где их дом.

He doesn't know where he is going. - Он не знает, куда идёт.

It doesn't matter to me where we eat. - Для меня не имеет значения, где именно мы едим.

This is the room where the children sleep. - Это комната, где спят дети. / Вот в этой комнате спят дети.

Where does the word 'super' come from? - Откуда произошло слово "супер"?

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Связанные термины:

where's: where is

where'er: at, in, or to every place or point which; where

where away?: in what direction ?

where it's at: the real place of action

where one lives: in one's sensitive or defenceless position

where you left off: If something continues from where it left off, it starts happening again at the point where it had previously stopped .

credit where credit's due: If you say ' credit where credit's due ', you are admitting that you ought to praise someone for something that they have done or for a good quality that they possess .

where the shoe pinches: the source of trouble, grief, difficulty, etc.

where do we go from here?: If someone says ' Where do we go from here? ' they are asking what should be done next, usually because a problem has not been solved in a satisfactory way .

where someone is coming from: You can use expressions like I know where you're coming from or you can see where she's coming from to say that you understand someone's attitude or point of view .

not know where to put oneself: to feel awkward or embarrassed

tell someone where to get off: If you tell someone where to get off, you tell them in a rather rude way that you are not going to do or agree to what they want .

where there's smoke there's fire: If someone says where there's smoke there's fire, they mean that there are rumors or signs that something is true so it must be at least partly true.

let the chips fall where they may: let the consequences be what they may

put one's money where one's mouth is: to take appropriate action to support what one has said

put your money where your mouth is: to give practical support to causes or activities that you believe are right, especially by giving money

rush in where angels fear to tread: If you say that someone rushes in where angels fear to tread, you are criticizing them gently because they get themselves into dangerous or difficult situations without thinking carefully enough about what they are doing.

fools rush in where angels fear to tread: said to criticize a person who did something too quickly without thinking clearly about the likely consequences

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.

to put your money where your mouth is: If you say that you want someone to put their money where their mouth is, you want them to spend money to improve a bad situation, instead of just talking about improving it.

as far as sth is concerned/where sth is concerned: You can say as far as something is concerned to indicate the subject that you are talking about.

there's no smoke without fire where there's smoke there's fire: If someone says there's no smoke without fire or where there's smoke there's fire, they mean that there are rumours or signs that something is true so it must be at least partly true.

what in the world/who in the world/where in the world: You can use in the world in expressions such as what in the world and who in the world to emphasize a question, especially when expressing surprise or anger .

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