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  • 1 furbish up

    furbish up а) полировать, делать более привлекательным If you furbish upthese old chairs, you'll have a better chance of selling them. б) подновлять,ремонтировать A married woman returning to teaching needs to furbish up herold skills.

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > furbish up

  • 2 beadle

    bea·dle
    [ˈbi:dl̩]
    n
    1. (ceremonial officer) Herold m
    2. SCOT (church officer) Kirchendiener m, Küster m, Sigrist(in) m(f) SCHWEIZ
    3. HIST (minor parish officer) Büttel m
    * * *
    ['biːdl]
    n (old ECCL)
    Kirchendiener m; (UNIV) Angestellter, der bei Prozessionen den Amtsstab trägt
    * * *
    beadle [ˈbiːdl] s
    1. obs Kirchendiener m
    2. UNIV Br uniformierter Angestellter, der Umzüge anführt, für Ordnung sorgt etc
    * * *
    n.
    Kirchendiener m.

    English-german dictionary > beadle

  • 3 harbinger

    har·bin·ger
    [ˈhɑ:bɪnʤəʳ, AM ˈhɑ:rbɪnʤɚ]
    n ( liter: person) [Vor]bote, -botin m, f, Herold m liter; (signal) Vorzeichen nt, [Vor]bote m
    the \harbinger[s] of doom schlechte Vorzeichen pl
    to be the \harbinger of spring/winter der Vorbote des Frühlings/Winters sein, den Frühling/Winter ankündigen
    * * *
    ['hAːbIndZə(r)]
    n (liter)
    Herold m (liter), (Vor)bote m/-botin f
    * * *
    harbinger [ˈhɑː(r)bındʒə(r)]
    A s
    1. fig
    a) Vorläufer m:
    b) Vorbote m:
    c) (erstes) Anzeichen:
    2. obs Quartiermacher m
    B v/t fig ankündigen, der Vorbote (gen) sein
    * * *
    n.
    Vorläufer m.

    English-german dictionary > harbinger

  • 4 herald

    1. noun
    1) Herold, der
    2) (messenger) Bote, der; (fig.): (forerunner) Vorbote, der
    2. transitive verb
    (lit. or fig.) ankündigen
    * * *
    ['herəld] 1. noun
    (formerly, a person who carries and reads important messages and notices (eg from a king): The king sent out heralds to announce the new law.) der Herold
    2. verb
    (to announce or be a sign of: A sharp wind often heralds a storm.) verkünden
    - academic.ru/34501/heraldic">heraldic
    - heraldry
    * * *
    her·ald
    [ˈherəld]
    I. n
    1. (messenger) Bote, Botin m, f, Herold m geh; (newspaper) Bote m
    the Times \herald der Times Herald (häufiger Zeitungsname in Amerika)
    2. (sign) Vorbote[n] m[pl]
    3. ( hist) Herold m hist, fürstlicher Bote und Ausrufer hist
    II. vt ( form)
    to \herald sth etw ankündigen
    to \herald a new era eine neue Ära einläuten
    much \heralded viel gepriesen
    * * *
    ['herəld]
    1. n
    1) (HIST) Herold m; (in newspaper titles) Bote m
    2) (fig) (Vor)bote m (geh)
    3) (HER)
    2. vt
    arrival of summer ankündigen, Vorbote(n) sein für

    to herald ( in) a new ageden Beginn eines neuen Zeitalters ankündigen

    * * *
    herald [ˈherəld]
    A s
    1. HIST
    a) Herold m
    b) Wappenherold m
    2. fig Verkünder m
    3. fig Vorbote m:
    B v/t
    1. verkünden, ankündigen (auch fig)
    a) feierlich einführen,
    b) fig einleiten
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) Herold, der
    2) (messenger) Bote, der; (fig.): (forerunner) Vorbote, der
    2. transitive verb
    (lit. or fig.) ankündigen
    * * *
    n.
    Herold -e m.
    Verkünder m.
    Vorbote -en m.
    Wappenherold m. v.
    ankündigen v.
    verkünden v.

    English-german dictionary > herald

  • 5 annunciator

    subst. \/əˈnʌnʃɪeɪtə\/, \/əˈnʌnsɪeɪtə\/
    1) nummertavle, nummerindikator
    2) ( gammeldags) forkynner, herold

    English-Norwegian dictionary > annunciator

  • 6 herald

    'herəld 1. noun
    (formerly, a person who carries and reads important messages and notices (eg from a king): The king sent out heralds to announce the new law.) herold, sendebud, budbringer
    2. verb
    (to announce or be a sign of: A sharp wind often heralds a storm.) bebude, (inn)varsle, melde
    - heraldry
    I
    subst. \/ˈher(ə)ld\/
    1) ( historisk) herold
    2) heraldiker
    3) budbringer, budbærer, sendebud
    4) ( overført) herold, varsel
    II
    verb \/ˈher(ə)ld\/
    1) bebude, melde, (inn)varsle
    2) proklamere, utbasunere, forkynne

    English-Norwegian dictionary > herald

  • 7 trumpet

    1. noun
    1) (a brass musical wind instrument with a high, clear tone: He plays the trumpet; He played a tune on his trumpet.) trompet
    2) (the cry of an elephant: The elephant gave a loud trumpet.) trompetstøt
    2. verb
    (to play the trumpet.) trompetere, gjalle
    - blow one's own trumpet
    trompet
    I
    subst. \/ˈtrʌmpɪt\/
    1) trompet, basun (bibelsk), signalhorn
    2) ( for tunghørte) hørerør
    3) trakt, tut
    4) megafon, ropert
    5) ( botanikk) trompetblomst (om ulike traktformede blomster)
    6) trompetist
    7) trompetstøt, trompetskrall
    8) ( om elefant) trompetering, trompetstøt
    9) ( gammeldags) sendebud, herold
    blow one's own trumpet skryte av seg selv, reklamere for seg selv
    blow the trumpet blåse trompet
    sound the trumpet blåse i basunen, slå på stortrommen, reklamere for noe
    II
    verb \/ˈtrʌmpɪt\/
    1) spille trompet, trompetere
    2) ( spesielt overført) utbasunere, forkynne (høylytt)
    3) ( om elefant) trompetere

    English-Norwegian dictionary > trumpet

  • 8 trumpeter

    (nun a person who plays the trumpet.)
    subst. \/ˈtrʌmpɪtə\/
    1) ( musikk) trompetist, trompeter (militærvesen)
    2) herold, sendebud
    3) ( fugl i familien Psophiidae) trompetfugl
    4) ( fuglearten Cygnus cygnus) sangsvane
    5) forklaring: fisk i familien Latridae
    be one's own trumpeter slå på stortrommen (for seg selv), rose seg selv, gjøre reklame for seg selv

    English-Norwegian dictionary > trumpeter

  • 9 trumpeter

    noun
    Trompeter, der/Trompeterin, die
    * * *
    (nun a person who plays the trumpet.)
    * * *
    trum·pet·er
    [ˈtrʌmpɪtəʳ, AM -pət̬ɚ]
    n Trompeter(in) m(f)
    * * *
    ['trʌmpɪtə(r)]
    n
    Trompeter( in) m(f)
    * * *
    1. Trompeter(in)
    2. HIST Herold m
    3. fig Ausposauner(in)
    4. ORN
    a) Trompetervogel m
    b) Trompetertaube f
    * * *
    noun
    Trompeter, der/Trompeterin, die

    English-german dictionary > trumpeter

  • 10 herald

    ['hɛrəld] 1. n 2. vt
    * * *
    ['herəld] 1. noun
    (formerly, a person who carries and reads important messages and notices (eg from a king): The king sent out heralds to announce the new law.) herold
    2. verb
    (to announce or be a sign of: A sharp wind often heralds a storm.) zwiastować
    - heraldry

    English-Polish dictionary > herald

  • 11 harbinger

    har·bin·ger [ʼhɑ:bɪnʤəʳ, Am ʼhɑ:rbɪnʤɚ] n
    (liter: person) [Vor]bote, -in m, f, Herold m ( liter) ( signal) Vorzeichen nt, [Vor]bote m;
    the \harbinger[s] of doom schlechte Vorzeichen ntpl;
    to be the \harbinger of spring/ winter der Vorbote des Frühlings/Winters sein, den Frühling/Winter ankündigen

    English-German students dictionary > harbinger

  • 12 herald

    her·ald [ʼherəld] n
    1) ( messenger) Bote, -in m, f, Herold m ( geh) ( newspaper) Bote m;
    the Times H\herald der Times Herald
    2) ( sign) Vorbote[n] m[pl]
    3) (hist) Herold m hist, fürstlicher Bote und Ausrufer hist vt ( form);
    to \herald sth etw ankündigen;
    to \herald a new era eine neue Ära einläuten;
    much \heralded viel gepriesen

    English-German students dictionary > herald

  • 13 herald

    ['herəld] 1. noun
    (formerly, a person who carries and reads important messages and notices (eg from a king): The king sent out heralds to announce the new law.) herold
    2. verb
    (to announce or be a sign of: A sharp wind often heralds a storm.) zvěstovat
    - heraldry
    * * *
    • zvěstovat
    • posel
    • ohlásit
    • hlasatel
    • kurýr

    English-Czech dictionary > herald

  • 14 Garter Kings of Arms

    • herold Podväzkového rádu

    English-Slovak dictionary > Garter Kings of Arms

  • 15 herald

    ['herəld] 1. noun
    (formerly, a person who carries and reads important messages and notices (eg from a king): The king sent out heralds to announce the new law.) posol
    2. verb
    (to announce or be a sign of: A sharp wind often heralds a storm.) zvestovať, ohlásiť, oznámiť
    - heraldry
    * * *
    • zvestovat
    • hlásit
    • herold
    • posol

    English-Slovak dictionary > herald

  • 16 load

    [ləud] 1. сущ.

    to carry / transport a load — перевозить груз

    capacity / maximum / peak load — максимальный груз

    Syn:
    2)
    а) тяжесть, ноша

    to lessen / lighten a load — облегчать груз

    The walls of the building carry the load of the roof. — Стены здания несут тяжесть крыши.

    б) бремя, тяжесть

    to carry one's share of the load — "нести свой крест", нести положенное бремя забот

    - load of crap
    в) уст.; сниж. приступ венерического заболевания
    Syn:
    3)
    а) партия груза на вагон, судно (часто используется как единица измерения количества для того или иного типа грузов)

    One load of wheat is a thousand quarters. — Одна партия пшеницы составляет тысячу четвертей.

    б) воен. заряд; патрон
    Syn:
    4) нагрузка, загруженность ( количество работы)

    His teaching load amounted to three and a half hours daily for five days a week. (J. C. Herold) — Его преподавательская нагрузка составляла три с половиной часа в день при пяти рабочих днях в неделю.

    case loadколичество пациентов, клиентов, обслуживаемых за определённый период

    work loadзагрузка предприятия заказами, обеспеченность работой; объём подлежащих выполнению работ рабочая норма

    5) ( loads) разг. множество, обилие

    loads of things — множество, масса, куча вещей

    6) разг. количество спиртного, достаточное для опьянения

    to have a load on — набраться, нализаться

    7) тех. нагрузка
    2. гл.
    1)
    а) = load up грузить, нагружать; грузиться (о корабле, вагонах)

    The men loaded the truck with strawberries. — Рабочие нагрузили грузовик клубникой.

    Don't load the car up too much when you are going on a long journey. — Не слишком загружай машину, когда отправляешься в длинное путешествие.

    б) производить посадку, загружаться

    sightseers loading onto a bus — экскурсанты, производящие посадку в автобус

    в) вмещать (о количестве пассажиров, перевозимом транспортным средством)

    This coach always loads well. — В этом вагоне много пассажирских мест.

    Syn:
    2) = load down обременять; нагружать, заваливать

    She's been loaded down with family responsibilities all her life. — Всю свою жизнь она была обременена семейными обязанностями.

    His company was loaded down with debts. — На его фирме висело бремя долгов.

    The postman is loaded down with all those parcels. — Почтальон прямо сгибается под тяжестью всех этих посылок.

    Director decided to load more work on him. — Директор решил ещё больше загрузить его работой.

    The young man seemed to be loaded down with the worries of fatherhood. — По-видимому, юношу угнетали семейные заботы.

    Syn:
    3) осыпать (подарками, упрёками)
    4)
    а) воен. заряжать ( оружие)
    в) набивать, заправлять ( трубку табаком)
    5) информ. загружать ( программу)
    6) увеличивать вес, утяжелять

    to load the dice — утяжелять, наливать свинцом игральные кости (с какой-л. стороны)

    Syn:
    7)
    а) добавлять в вино спирт, более дешёвое вино, воду ( ухудшать качество вина)
    б) добавлять наркотики (в какую-л. жидкость)
    8)

    The air was loaded with fragrance. — Воздух был наполнен ароматом

    б) разг. наедаться
    9) разг. употреблять наркотики
    10) иск. класть густо ( краску)
    11) затруднять, чинить препятствия, стеснять, задерживать

    to load one's future life with obstacles — усложнить чью-л. жизнь

    Syn:
    12) группировать, собирать (в кучу)
    ••

    to be loaded upамер.; разг. набраться, нализаться

    - load the dice for smb.
    - load the dice against smb.

    Англо-русский современный словарь > load

  • 17 Flechsig, W.

    [br]
    fl. c.1938 Germany
    [br]
    German engineer notable for early patents that foreshadowed the development of the shadowmask colour cathode ray tube.
    [br]
    In 1938, whilst working for a German electrical company, Flechsig filed a patent in which he described the use of an array of stretched parallel wires to control the landing of either one or three electron beams on separate red, green and blue phosphor stripes within a single cathode ray tube. Whilst the single-beam arrangement required subsidiary deflection to alternate the beam landing angle, the three-beam version effectively used the wires to "mask" the landing of the electron beams so that each one only illuminated the relevant colour phosphor stripes. Although not developed at the time, the concept anticipated the subsequent invention of the shadowmask tube by RCA in the early 1950s and, even more closely, the development of the Sony Trinitron some years later.
    [br]
    Bibliography
    1938, German patent no. 736, 575.
    1941, French patent no. 866, 065.
    Further Reading
    E.W.Herold, 1976, "A history of colour television displays", Proceedings of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 64:1,331.
    K.G.Freeman, "The history of colour CRTs. A personal view", International Conference on the History of Television, Institution of Electrical Engineers Publication no. 271, p.
    38.
    KF

    Biographical history of technology > Flechsig, W.

  • 18 Goldmark, Peter Carl

    [br]
    b. 2 December 1906 Budapest, Hungary
    d. 7 December 1977 Westchester Co., New York, USA
    [br]
    Austro-Hungarian engineer who developed the first commercial colour television system and the long-playing record.
    [br]
    After education in Hungary and a period as an assistant at the Technische Hochschule, Berlin, Goldmark moved to England, where he joined Pye of Cambridge and worked on an experimental thirty-line television system using a cathode ray tube (CRT) for the display. In 1936 he moved to the USA to work at Columbia Broadcasting Laboratories. There, with monochrome television based on the CRT virtually a practical proposition, he devoted his efforts to finding a way of producing colour TV images: in 1940 he gave his first demonstration of a working system. There then followed a series of experimental field-sequential colour TV systems based on segmented red, green and blue colour wheels and drums, where the problem was to find an acceptable compromise between bandwidth, resolution, colour flicker and colour-image breakup. Eventually he arrived at a system using a colour wheel in combination with a CRT containing a panchromatic phosphor screen, with a scanned raster of 405 lines and a primary colour rate of 144 fields per second. Despite the fact that the receivers were bulky, gave relatively poor, dim pictures and used standards totally incompatible with the existing 525-line, sixty fields per second interlaced monochrome (black and white) system, in 1950 the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), anxious to encourage postwar revival of the industry, authorized the system for public broadcasting. Within eighteen months, however, bowing to pressure from the remainder of the industry, which had formed its own National Television Systems Committee (NTSC) to develop a much more satisfactory, fully compatible system based on the RCA three-gun shadowmask CRT, the FCC withdrew its approval.
    While all this was going on, Goldmark had also been working on ideas for overcoming the poor reproduction, noise quality, short playing-time (about four minutes) and limited robustness and life of the long-established 78 rpm 12 in. (30 cm) diameter shellac gramophone record. The recent availability of a new, more robust, plastic material, vinyl, which had a lower surface noise, enabled him in 1948 to reduce the groove width some three times to 0.003 in. (0.0762 mm), use a more lightly loaded synthetic sapphire stylus and crystal transducer with improved performance, and reduce the turntable speed to 33 1/3 rpm, to give thirty minutes of high-quality music per side. This successful development soon led to the availability of stereophonic recordings, based on the ideas of Alan Blumlein at EMI in the 1930s.
    In 1950 Goldmark became a vice-president of CBS, but he still found time to develop a scan conversion system for relaying television pictures to Earth from the Lunar Orbiter spacecraft. He also almost brought to the market a domestic electronic video recorder (EVR) system based on the thermal distortion of plastic film by separate luminance and coded colour signals, but this was overtaken by the video cassette recorder (VCR) system, which uses magnetic tape.
    [br]
    Principal Honours and Distinctions
    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Morris N.Liebmann Award 1945. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Vladimir K. Zworykin Award 1961.
    Bibliography
    1951, with J.W.Christensen and J.J.Reeves, "Colour television. USA Standard", Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers 39: 1,288 (describes the development and standards for the short-lived field-sequential colour TV standard).
    1949, with R.Snepvangers and W.S.Bachman, "The Columbia long-playing microgroove recording system", Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers 37:923 (outlines the invention of the long-playing record).
    Further Reading
    E.W.Herold, 1976, "A history of colour television displays", Proceedings of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 64:1,331.
    KF

    Biographical history of technology > Goldmark, Peter Carl

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