Упражнение 3. Переведите следующие предложения. Запомните значение выделенных слов
general (n, adj)
1. With the general number of balls of the external ring equal to N, the central cells are placed after every N/n balls, where n is the number of supports.
2. Anyone who can guess the minds of ordinary generals, as I can guess the minds of the slaves, can win battles.
scale (n, v), scales (n)
1. Detachable packaging (a polyethylene bad, etc.) is fixed to the storage and placed on floor scales .
2. After the packaging is filled to certain weight fixed by floor scales, storage is closed with gate while the packaging is replaced.
3. It's also foreseen that the cartridges, threaded bars, and sliders are supplied with a metric scale, a degree scale on the butt of the external ring , and a landmark sign — on the surface of the ducted bolt.
4. On the other hand, if the expansion time scale were somehow lengthened, the only effect would be that more neutrons would decay into protons before nucleosynthesis occurs, so that less helium would be produced.
boil (v), boiling (a)
1. The mixture was stirred at the same temperature for 30 min, further for 1 hour at room temperature and more hour while boiling the reaction mixture.
2. The reaction mixture was boiled for 5 hours, then K2C03 was filtered off, the solvent was evaporated under reduced pressure.
3. Since AT > 0, the boiling point of the solution is higher than that of the pure solvent.
4.The boiling point of mercury is 630°K.
equivalent (n, a), equivalence (n)
1. If this equivalent corresponds with the specified precision to the spherical equivalent calculated according to the measured displacement of the diffuser, the instrument is considered functional.
2. Body armour, and specially designed components therefor, not manufactured to military standards or specifications, nor to their equivalents in performance.
3. This is clearly an equivalence relation in the set of solutions.
absolute (n, a)
1. However, it will also pick up internal links using absolute rather than relative URLs.
2. High absolute (value) of electronic polarization is required.
1. Zinc has no oxidation rate exceeding 2+, but like cadmium and mercury, it does not belong to the elements of main subgroups of Mendeleev's chart.
2. Table 1 shows maximum values of the relative differential cross section of absorption for different isotope composition of mercury in the source of radiation obtained by calculation.
1. If the reaction between trialkylboranes and carbon monoxide is carried out in the presence of water followed by addition of NaOH, the product is a secondary alcohol.
2. In addition, 20 ml alcohol solution of the soya phospholipid were added to a rotary evaporator. The alcohol was distilled. The mixture of soya and sunflower seed oil in the ratio 1:1 as adjuvant was added thereto.
bore (n, v)
1.In the well bore fracturing fluid is pumped in, the fluid generally is a water-based high-viscosity fluid.
2.For a free flight of a bullet the diameter of the starting part bore is larger than the barrel bore caliber.
3.In order to bore a well, one should know the technique of boring.
capillary (n, a)
1. After the completion of capillary washing a dozing injection of selected sample is made into capillary.
2. This differential equation establishes relationship between water content in the intercellular substance of the capillary dermal layer (the papillary layer) and water content in the superficial epidermal corneous layer.
seal (n, v)
1. The company has a round seal which bears its full trade name and company location in the Russian language.
2. Due to its condensation within the cold lower portion of the cavity between these walls, a liquid seal is formed which prevents vapor from leaving the reaction zone any more.
3. When the elections are over, the voting machine is sealed and transferred to the Central Election Polling Station.
evacuate (v), evacuation (n)
1. With this mechanical device one can evacuate water from the well any time.
2. The evacuation of water from the foundation pit for this building should be started as soon as possible.
retain (v), retainer (n)
1. There are open-position locks that can releasably fix the receptacle in an open state. They can retain the sliders in the position wherein the aperture of embracing portions allows free passage of the plug ferrules.
2. Then, a retainer having a plate or volume shape is secured at a free end of the needle.
3. To retain orientation while making an underwater shot the shooter should move forward or rest against an obstacle due to imitation of forward motion by use of feet (flippers).
employ (n, v)
1. It is estimated that 70 per cent of staff in the Professional and Field Service categories will be employed as Mission appointees.
2. However, these systems employ non-linear techniques of synchronization.
3. This is a crude form of load balancing that you might employ if a single server becomes overburdened.
loop (v, n)
1. One of the epithets given Mars by the ancient Egyptians was “sekded-ef em khetkhet”, which means “who travels backwards,” a clear reference to its retrograde or loop-the-loop apparent motion.
2. I propose for it the term sigma-loop, shortened into a-loop.
3. The extra code after the while loop is needed when count is odd and the loop has one iteration left after the loop terminates.
4. Here's the same loop with more readable loop variable names.
5. The peripheral barrier can be made of a constructive element going above the upper surface of the microchip and forming a closed loop so that the insulating liquid should be contained in this loop in the process of the PCR.
1. If sealed at both ends by heating and mechanical pressure the sleeves make a reliable mechanical junction between neighbouring toroidal pneumatic cells.
2. In all converter designs comprising a conventional diode configuration, a p-n-junction is usually created in the form of either a continuous acceptor region or one donor region.
3. The p-n-junction 8b formed by the regions 3 and 8 forms a diode for increasing the open-circuit voltage of the converter.
1. Above them an inset light shaped like an arrow glowed red; the arrow pointed downwards.
2. This causes the final arrow to be shorter than the main arrow, indicating that the probability of a photon going through partially opaque glass is smaller than through transparent glass.
candle (n, v)
1. A candle is a stick-shaped piece of wax with a wick in the middle of it that produces light as it slowly burns.
2. Luminous intensity, candlepower, is expressed in units of candles or candelas.
3. He couldn’t understand, what was there in that box, so he decided to candle it.