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VOCABULARY NOTES. 1. varyυt/i 1. менять(ся); изменять(ся); разнообразить, е.g
1. varyυt/i 1. менять(ся); изменять(ся); разнообразить, е.g. Market prices often vary. I try to vary my diet.
2. разниться, расходиться, е.g. Our opinions vary.
Note: varyis to change or differ partially.
variant n вариант, е.g. This word has two spelling variants.
various adj (a noun in the singular is never used after it)
1. различный, разный, е.g. There are various reasons for my refusal.
2. разнообразный, е.g. I'll give you various exercises on that rule.
Syn. different, е.g. They are quite different people.
varied adj разнообразный (used with nouns both sing, and pi.), е.g. varied climate, scenery, surface, temperature, opinions, sports, etc., е.g. The novel describes the varied career of an adventurer.
variety n 1. разнообразие, е.g. You must have more variety in your food.
2. разновидность; вид, е.g. I've got some rare varieties of such stamps. There are some rare varieties of leaf-bearing trees in the park.
variety-showварьете, эстрадный концерт
2. scene n 1. сцена, явление (в пьесе), е.g. The duel scene in "Hamlet" impressed us greatly. Her acting was wonderful in the last scene.
2. место действия (в пьесе, в книге, в жизни), е.g. In the first act the scene is laid in France. Trafalgar was the scene of a famous battle between the British fleet and the combined French and Spanish fleets.
3. пейзаж, картина, зрелище, е.g. I like the way this writer describes rural scenes. You could see awful scenes after the earthquake.
scenery n (uncountable) 1. декорация, е.g. The scenery was impressive in the last act. They have almost no scenery in that play.; 2. пейзаж, ландшафт, е.g. I prefer plains to mountain scenery. I looked out of the window enjoying the scenery.
3. shallowadj 1. мелкий, as shallow water, a shallow dish
2. поверхностный, пустой; несерьезный, as a shallow mind, argument; shallow interests; a shallow man, person
Ant. serious (about a person, book, argument), deep (love, feelings)
Note:the Russian word мелкий has different meanings which are rendered in English by means of different words: 1) fine — состоящий из мелких частей, as fine sand, buckwheat, 2) small — некрупный (о достоинстве монет), as small change (uncountable)', 3) flat — неглубокий, почти плоский, as a flat pan (plate).
4. extreme adj 1. крайний (at or near the end or edge), as the extreme end (edge, border, etc.), in the extreme North
2. чрезвычайный; чрезмерный, as extreme patience (love, kindness, interest)
extremelyadv чрезвычайно, as to be extremely interested in smth., to be extremely sorry for smb., smth., etc.
5. supplyυt снабжать, е.g. In our hall the students are supplied with all the necessary furniture and bedding. Who will supply the expedition with all the necessary equipment?
supplyn (often pl) запас(ы), е.g. This shop has alarge supply of winter coats.
to give a good supply of,е.g. These forests give a good supply of timber.
6. shapen форма, очертание, е.g. I don't like the shape of his nose. This sculpture hasn't got much shape, I should say.
Syn. form, outline
in the shape of, е.g. I want to get a brooch in the shape of a horseshoe.
shapeless adj бесформенный, е.g. He had a ragged coat and a shapeless hat on.
shapelyadj красивой формы; стройный, хорошо сложенный, as a shapely figure
7. channeln канал, a stretch of water wider than a strait, joining two seas or separating two bodies of land, as the English Channel, the Bristol Channel
Syn. 1. ca'nalканал — a channel for water made by man, not by nature, used for ships or for carrying water to places that need it, as the Suez Canal, the Panama Canal, the Volga-Don Canal, the Fergana Canal; 2. straitпролив — a narrow channel of water connecting two large bodies of water, as the Magellan Strait, the Strait of Dover
8. valuen ценность, значение, е.g. The literary value of that book is not great. I don't believe you realize the value of his advice.
to be of great (little, some, no) value to smb.,е.g. In some years his pictures will be of great value. This book will be of no value in your studies.
value υt 1. ценить, дорожить, е.g. I greatly value his friendship.
Syn. appreciate(о)ценить высоко, по заслугам, е.g. We all appreciate aholiday after a year of hard work. I greatly appreciate your kindness.
2. оценивать, е.g. He valued the house for me at £ 800.
valuableadj ценный, е.g. It's a valuable picture.
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