Adjective: дикий одичалый бурный безумный
Adverb: наугад как попало


wild boar - кабан, вепрь

reckless / wild abandon - безудержная, дикая энергия

boundless / great / unbounded / unbridled / wild enthusiasm - безграничный энтузиазм

wild escapade - дикая выходка

wild frenzy - дикое бешенство, полное помешательство

wild horse - дикая лошадь

hunt for wild animals - охота на диких животных

wild imagination - неуёмное воображение

indulging in a wild and inconsolable lament - предающийся безудержным и безутешным рыданиям

wild guesses - домыслы

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They live somewhere out in the wilds. - Они живут где-то в глуши.

I felt a wild rage. - Я был в дикой ярости.

My son's wild about football. - Мой сын просто без ума от футбола.

He was wild with rage. - Он был вне себя от ярости. / Он был в дикой ярости.

The sea was wild and angry. - В море бушевала буря и шторм.

Jokers are wild. - Джокеры могут заменять любую другую карту.

A mob runs amok / wild. - Толпа выходит из-под контроля, буйствует.

'How was the party?' 'It was wild!' - — Ну, как вечеринка? — Просто отпад.

The roads ran wild. - Дороги заросли.

The woods are inhabited by many wild animals. - В лесах обитает множество диких животных.

He was wild with anger. - Он был вне себя от гнева.

Wild sheep roam the hills. - По холмам бродят дикие овцы.

The garden was large and wild. - Сад был большой и запущенный.

She something resembles a wild cat. - Она немного напоминает дикую кошку.

Wild animals are well cared for in our zoo. - В нашем зоопарке диким животным обеспечен хороший уход.

the wild cry of a coyote - дикий вой койота

He took a wild swing at the ball. - Он размахнулся и с силой ударил по мячу.

Waft me from the harbour, Wild wind! - Неси меня из гавани, о дикий ветер!

He got in with a wild set at college. - В колледже он попал в дурную компанию.

The joker is a wild card. - Джокер — это универсальная карта.

Jokers are wild in this game. - Джокеры в этой игре замещают любую карту.

a gunslinger in the Wild West - профессиональный стрелок на Диком Западе

He took a wild swing at my head. - Он с размаху нанёс мне страшной силы удар по голове.

He struck off into a wild levity. - Он стал чудовищно легкомысленным.

He conjured wild birds in the air. - Он взмахнул рукой, и в воздух взмыли дикие птицы. (о фокуснике)

the people who tamed the Wild West - люди, покорившие Дикий Запад

There was a wild gleam in his eyes. - Его глаза хищно вспыхнули.

Amy picked a small bunch of wild flowers. - Эми собрала небольшой букет /букетик/ полевых цветов.

Ed was fascinated to see gorillas in the wild. - Эд был пленён идеей увидеть горилл в дикой природе.

wild places high in the mountains - дикие места высоко в горах

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Связанные термины:

hog wild: highly excited; without moderation or restraint

run wild: to grow without cultivation or care

the wild: a free natural state of living

wild boar: A wild boar is a large fierce pig which has two long curved teeth and a hairy body, and lives in forests .

wild card: If you refer to someone or something as a wild card in a particular situation, you mean that they cause uncertainty because you do not know how they will behave .

wild dog: → another name for dingo

wild-eyed: glaring in an angry, distracted, or wild manner

wild fig: → caprifig

wild hog: → wild boar

wild man: a savage

wild oat: any of several temperate annual grasses of the genus Avena, esp A. fatua, that grow as weeds and have long bristles on their flower spikes

wild oats: the indiscretions of youth, esp dissoluteness before settling down (esp in the phrase sow one's wild oats )

wild pear: a wild variety of pear, esp Pyrus pyraster or Pyrus caucasica

wild pink: any of several catchflies

wild rice: a tall, annual, aquatic grass ( Zizania aquatica ) of the U.S. and Canada, found along the swampy borders of lakes and streams

wild rose: any of numerous roses, such as the dogrose and sweetbrier, that grow wild and have flowers with only one whorl of petals

wild rye: any of various perennial grasses of the N temperate genus Elymus, resembling cultivated rye in having paired bristly ears or spikes and flat leaves

wild silk: silk produced by wild silkworms

wild type: the typical form of a species of organism resulting from breeding under natural conditions

Wild West: The Wild West is used to refer to the western part of the United States during the time when Europeans were first settling there.

wild yam: any of several uncultivated yams, esp Dioscorea villosa, of the U.S., having a woody, tuberous root

wild basil: a European plant, Satureja vulgaris (or Clinopodium vulgare ), with dense clusters of small pink or whitish flowers: family Lamiaceae

wild beast: a wild and savage animal

wild brier: any of numerous roses, such as the dogrose and sweetbrier, that grow wild and have flowers with only one whorl of petals

wild carrot: an umbelliferous plant, Daucus carota, of temperate regions, having clusters of white flowers and hooked fruits

wild celery: a related and similar plant, Apium graveolens

wild cherry: a white-flowered rosaceous tree, Prunus avium, of Europe, W Asia, and N Africa, the ancestor of the cultivated sweet cherries

wild child: Journalists sometimes use wild child to refer to a teenage girl who enjoys herself in an uncontrolled way, for example by going to a lot of parties, drinking lots of alcohol, or having relationships with much older people.

wild flower: Wild flowers are flowers which grow naturally in the countryside, rather than being grown by people in gardens .

Wild Geese: → the Wild Geese

wild ginger: a North American plant, Asarum canadense, having a solitary brownish flower and an aromatic root: family Aristolochiaceae

wild goose: any undomesticated goose, esp. the greylag of Britain or the Canada goose

wild horse: a horse ( Equus caballus ) that has become feral

wild indigo: any of several North American leguminous plants of the genus Baptisia, esp B . tinctoria, which has yellow flowers and three-lobed leaves

wild olive: any of various trees or shrubs that resemble the olive tree or bear olive-like fruits, esp the oleaster

wild orange: See laurel cherry

wild pansy: a Eurasian violaceous plant, Viola tricolor, having purple, yellow, and pale mauve spurred flowers

wild pitch: a misplay in which the pitcher throws a pitch so wildly that the catcher cannot catch or control it and a base runner advances to another base as a result

wild plant: A plant is a living thing that grows in the earth and has a stem, leaves, and roots .

wild radish: another name for white charlock

wild rubber: rubber obtained from uncultivated rubber trees

wild thyme: mother-of-thyme

wild track: a soundtrack recorded other than with a synchronized picture, usually carrying sound effects, random dialogue, etc

wild turkey: any wild form of the North American domesticated turkey

wild water: turbulent water in a river, esp as an area for navigating in a canoe as a sport

wild allspice: → spicebush (sense 1 )

wild bergamot: a North American plant, Monarda fistulosa, with clusters of purple flowers: family Lamiaceae ( labiates )

wild cabbage: a European plant, Brassica oleracea, with broad leaves and a long spike of yellow flowers: the plant from which the cabbages, cauliflower, broccoli, and Brussels sprout have been bred

wild fantasy: A fantasy is a pleasant situation or event that you think about and that you want to happen, especially one that is unlikely to happen.

wild geranium: any of various geraniums found in meadows and woods ; esp., a wildflower ( Geranium maculatum ) of the E U.S., having deeply lobed leaves and lavender flowers

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Однокоренные слова:

wilding - дичок, плод дикорастущего растения, дикорастущее растения
wildness - дикость
wildly - дико
wilder - сбивать с пути, запутывать, более штормовой

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