year

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Noun: год возраст

Фразы:

a bipartite division of the year into winter and summer - деление года на две части - зиму и лето

to broach one's plans for the new year - объявить о своих планах на будущий год

the changeful year - год, полный перемен

in the coming year - в будущем году

in the course of a year - в течение года

complete cycle of gardening works to be done throughout every month of the year - полный цикл садоводческих работ на каждый месяц года

early in the year - в начале года

fall of the year - осень

give a year or so either way - с отклонениями в год в ту или другую сторону

eleven-year-old girl - одиннадцатилетняя девочка

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Примеры:

She is one year old. - Ей сейчас один годик.

It's years since we last met. - Мы не виделись целую вечность.

He looks young for his years. - Он молодо выглядит для своих лет.

Happy New Year! - С Новым годом!

She had three years of college. - Она проучилась три года в колледже.

Jodi is 15 years old. - Джоди 15 лет.

I haven't seen him for years. - Я не видел его целую вечность.

She works all year round. - Она работает круглый год.

My passport expires next year. - Срок действия моего паспорта истекает в следующем году.

In later years he turned to writing poetry. - В последующие годы он обратился к написанию стихов.

Every year we sow corn. - Каждый год мы сеем хлеб.

In the holl o' the year. - В середине года.

a New Year's Eve party - встреча Нового года / новогодняя вечеринка

Sales doubled last year. - В прошлом году продажи удвоились.

I planted corn this year. - В этом году я посадил кукурузу.

He gains a hundred a year. - Он зарабатывает сотню в год.

She goes there every year. - Она ходит туда каждый год.

Profits are up on last year. - Прибыль больше, чем в прошлом году.

the shortest day of the year - самый короткий день в году

They went abroad for a year. - Они уехали за границу на год.

He now earns £250,000 a year. - Теперь он зарабатывает двести пятьдесят тысяч фунтов в год.

Sales slumped by 20% last year. - В прошлом году продажи упали на целых двадцать процентов.

The new year draws near. - Новый год уже близко.

That year whiled for me. - Тот год показался мне вечностью.

This actor outed last year. - В прошлом году этот актёр признался в своей гомосексуальности /совершил каминг-аут/.

She is turning 50 this year - В этом году ей исполняется пятьдесят лет.

during his first year in office - во время своего первого года пребывания в должности

African Immunization Year - год всеафриканской вакцинации населения

in the autumn of last year - осенью прошлого года

The job pays $45,000 a year. - На этой работе платят сорок пять тысяч долларов в год.

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Связанные термины:

base year: a year used as an index for some phenomenon measured in other years

five-year: happening over a period of five years

gap year: A gap year is a period of time during which a student takes a break from studying after they have finished school and before they start college or university.

half-year: a period of 6 months

Holy Year: a period of remission from sin, esp one granted every 25 years

leap year: A leap year is a year which has 366 days. The extra day is the 29th February. There is a leap year every four years.

New Year: New Year or the New Year is the time when people celebrate the start of a year.

next year: A year is a period of twelve months or 365 or 366 days, beginning on the first of January and ending on the thirty-first of December .

off year: An off-year is a year when no major political elections are held.

pack-year: a measure of the amount of cigarettes a person has smoked over an extended period, equal to one packet of 20 every day for one year

peak year: a year when something reaches its point of greatest development, strength, etc

tax year: A tax year is a particular period of twelve months which is used by the government as a basis for calculating taxes and for organizing its finances and accounts . In Britain, the tax year begins on April 6th and ends on April 5th. In the United States, the tax year begins on January 1st and ends on December 31st.

year end: the end of the financial year

year head: a senior teacher who is responsible for a year in a secondary school

year-long: Year-long is used to describe something that lasts for a year.

-year-old: -year-old combines with numbers to describe the age of people or things.

year zero: the beginning (1975) of the period during which Cambodia was under the control of the Khmer Rouge

year by year: If something changes year by year, it changes gradually each year.

civil year: → calendar year

first year: the first year when someone is at university or college

fiscal year: The fiscal year is the same as thefinancial year .

great year: one complete cycle of the precession of the equinoxes ; about 25 800 years

light year: A light year is the distance that light travels in a year.

lunar year: the period of time, the calendar year, containing 365 days or in a leap year 366 days. It is based on the Gregorian calendar, being divided into 12 calendar months, and is reckoned from January 1 to December 31

school year: a twelve-month period, (in Britain ) usually starting in late summer and continuing for three terms until the following summer, during which pupils remain in the same class

senior year: (in the US) the fourth year or 12th grade of a student's high school period

sixth year: (in Scotland) the most senior class in a secondary school to which pupils, usually above the legal leaving age, may proceed to take sixth-year studies, retake or take additional Highers, etc

solar year: the period of time, the calendar year, containing 365 days or in a leap year 366 days. It is based on the Gregorian calendar, being divided into 12 calendar months, and is reckoned from January 1 to December 31

Sothic year: the fixed year of the ancient Egyptians, 365 days 6 hours long, beginning with the appearance of the star Sirius on the eastern horizon at dawn, which heralded the yearly flooding of the Nile . A Sothic cycle contained 1460 such years

year-round: Year-round is used to describe something that happens, exists, or is done throughout the year.

year tutor: a senior teacher who is responsible for a year in a secondary school

academic year: the period of the year during which students attend school or university

another year: A year is a period of twelve months or 365 or 366 days, beginning on the first of January and ending on the thirty-first of December .

calendar year: A calendar year is a period of twelve months from January 1 to December 31. Calendar year is often used in business to compare with thefinancial year .

New Year's: New Year's is another name forNew Year's Day orNew Year's Eve .

Platonic year: → great year

sidereal year: the period of time, the calendar year, containing 365 days or in a leap year 366 days. It is based on the Gregorian calendar, being divided into 12 calendar months, and is reckoned from January 1 to December 31

taxable year: a period of twelve months used by a government as a basis for calculating taxes

tropical year: the period of time, the calendar year, containing 365 days or in a leap year 366 days. It is based on the Gregorian calendar, being divided into 12 calendar months, and is reckoned from January 1 to December 31

vintage year: an year in which the wine that is produced is of excellent quality

accounting year: a period of time for which accounts are drawn up

budgetary year: the financial year a budget is drawn up for

financial year: A financial year is a period of twelve months, used by government, business, and other organizations in order to calculate their budgets, profits, and losses . Financial year is often used in business to compare with thecalendar year .

induction year: the first year of a newly qualified teacher's career, in which he or she has a lighter workload and follows a programme of professional development and support provided by an experienced mentor ; at the end of this year, the teacher is formally assessed against the core professional standards

sabbatical year: a year during which the land was to be left uncultivated, debts annulled, etc, supposed to be observed every seventh year by the ancient Israelites according to Leviticus 25

six-year-old: being six years in age

the year dot: The year dot is used to mean a very long time ago.

year after year: If something happens year after year, it happens regularly every year.

all-year-round: If something happens all year round, it happens throughout the year.

anomalistic year: the interval between two successive passages of the earth through perihelion ; 365.25964 mean solar days

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Однокоренные слова:

yearly - ежегодный, годовой, длящийся год, каждый год, раз в год

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