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  • 361 обувь для скейтборда

    n
    footwear. Skateschuh

    Универсальный русско-немецкий словарь > обувь для скейтборда

  • 362 подошва

    n
    1) gener. Sohle (íîãè), Fußsohle (íîãè), Schuhsohle (ботинка, туфли), Sohle
    2) geol. Fuß, Fußblatt (Coel.) (полипа), Liegende, Liegende (выработки), Liegendes, Niederlage (пласта), Sohle (выработки), Sohlebene, Sohlfläche, Unterfläche (напр. пласта, толщи), Unterseite (пласта), liegendes Gebirge (пласта)
    3) milit. Fuß (ãîðû), Fußpunkt (ãîðû)
    6) auto. Gleitstück
    8) mining. Fuß (выработки, забоя или уступа), Sohle (забоя, выработки), Sohle (напр., выработки, уступа, забоя), Sohle (напр., уступа)
    9) road.wrk. Auflagerung, Grubensohle, Untergrund, Unterkante
    10) textile. Boden, (наружная) Langsohle
    11) leath. Langsohle, Laufsohle
    12) nav. Bett
    13) footwear. Aufsohle

    Универсальный русско-немецкий словарь > подошва

  • 363 предмет деятельности

    Универсальный русско-немецкий словарь > предмет деятельности

  • 364 противоскользящие носки

    adj
    footwear. Stoppersocken

    Универсальный русско-немецкий словарь > противоскользящие носки

  • 365 профилированная подошва

    adj
    1) textile. Profilsohle
    2) footwear. Profil-Aufsohle (формованная подошва, имеющая разную толщину в различных участках)

    Универсальный русско-немецкий словарь > профилированная подошва

  • 366 расправочная колодка для голенища

    adj
    footwear. Schuhspanner

    Универсальный русско-немецкий словарь > расправочная колодка для голенища

  • 367 сапоги без застёжки

    n
    footwear. Schlupfstiefel

    Универсальный русско-немецкий словарь > сапоги без застёжки

  • 368 видать виды

    [VP; usu. this WO]
    =====
    1. Also: ВИДАТЬ (ВИДЫВАТЬ) ВСЯКИЕ ВИДЫ [subj: human; often active past Part]
    to have experienced much in life, endured various troubles:
    - X видал виды X has been through plenty (in his time <life, lifetime>);
    - X has seen much (a great deal, a lot) in his time (day, life, lifetime);
    - X has seen all sorts (kinds) of things (in his time etc);
    - battle scarred.
         ♦ Фомин с силой сжал ногами бока коня, послал его в толпу. Народ шарахнулся в разные стороны. В широком кругу осталась одна вдова. Она видала всякие виды и потому спокойно глядела на оскаленную морду фоминского коня, на бледное от бешенства лицо всадника (Шолохов 5). Fomin dug his heels into his horse's flanks and rode into the crowd It drew back, leaving only the widow in the middle of a wide circle. She had seen much in her time, so she looked up imperturbably at the horse's bared teeth and the furious face of its rider (5a).
         ♦ Они слушали неумолчную трескотню словоохотливой и видавшей виды девушки (Пастернак 1)....They listened to the incessant chatter of the garrulous girl, who had seen a great deal in her life (1a)
         ♦ У Моей был неистовый темперамент южанина и не вполне безукоризненная биография мальчишки, видавшего за свои двадцать три года всякие виды (Катаев 1). Mosya had the violent temperament of a southerner, and the not entirely faultless biography of a gamin who had seen all sorts of things in the course of his twenty-three years (1a).
         ♦...Кирпиченко вдруг увидел, что ей [Ларисе] под тридцать, что она видала виды (Аксёнов 5)....Kirpichenko suddenly saw that she [Larisa] was getting on for thirty and that she had been around (5a).
         ♦ И кому-то нужно с таким человеком [, как Никандров,] связываться?.. Видавшие виды дамы просто обязаны предупреждать молодёжь женского пола: "И не вздумайте! Кроме головной боли, ничего не маячит!" (Залыгин 1). Who needed to get involved with a man like him [Nikandrov]? Seasoned women had a duty to warn the younger of their sex about men like him: "Don't even think about it! You'll get yourself nothing but a headache!" (1a).
    2. [subj: concr]
    (of various devices, machines etc, often of furniture, clothes, footwear etc) to have been used a great deal, show signs of much wear:
    - X видал виды X looks (is) the worse for wear;
    - X is timeworn (worn-out, well-worn, shabby).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > видать виды

  • 369 видать всякие виды

    [VP; usu. this WO]
    =====
    1. Also: ВИДАТЬ (ВИДЫВАТЬ) ВСЯКИЕ ВИДЫ [subj: human; often active past Part]
    to have experienced much in life, endured various troubles:
    - X видал виды X has been through plenty (in his time <life, lifetime>);
    - X has seen much (a great deal, a lot) in his time (day, life, lifetime);
    - X has seen all sorts (kinds) of things (in his time etc);
    - battle scarred.
         ♦ Фомин с силой сжал ногами бока коня, послал его в толпу. Народ шарахнулся в разные стороны. В широком кругу осталась одна вдова. Она видала всякие виды и потому спокойно глядела на оскаленную морду фоминского коня, на бледное от бешенства лицо всадника (Шолохов 5). Fomin dug his heels into his horse's flanks and rode into the crowd It drew back, leaving only the widow in the middle of a wide circle. She had seen much in her time, so she looked up imperturbably at the horse's bared teeth and the furious face of its rider (5a).
         ♦ Они слушали неумолчную трескотню словоохотливой и видавшей виды девушки (Пастернак 1)....They listened to the incessant chatter of the garrulous girl, who had seen a great deal in her life (1a)
         ♦ У Моей был неистовый темперамент южанина и не вполне безукоризненная биография мальчишки, видавшего за свои двадцать три года всякие виды (Катаев 1). Mosya had the violent temperament of a southerner, and the not entirely faultless biography of a gamin who had seen all sorts of things in the course of his twenty-three years (1a).
         ♦...Кирпиченко вдруг увидел, что ей [Ларисе] под тридцать, что она видала виды (Аксёнов 5)....Kirpichenko suddenly saw that she [Larisa] was getting on for thirty and that she had been around (5a).
         ♦ И кому-то нужно с таким человеком [, как Никандров,] связываться?.. Видавшие виды дамы просто обязаны предупреждать молодёжь женского пола: "И не вздумайте! Кроме головной боли, ничего не маячит!" (Залыгин 1). Who needed to get involved with a man like him [Nikandrov]? Seasoned women had a duty to warn the younger of their sex about men like him: "Don't even think about it! You'll get yourself nothing but a headache!" (1a).
    2. [subj: concr]
    (of various devices, machines etc, often of furniture, clothes, footwear etc) to have been used a great deal, show signs of much wear:
    - X видал виды X looks (is) the worse for wear;
    - X is timeworn (worn-out, well-worn, shabby).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > видать всякие виды

  • 370 видывать виды

    [VP; usu. this WO]
    =====
    1. Also: ВИДАТЬ (ВИДЫВАТЬ) ВСЯКИЕ ВИДЫ [subj: human; often active past Part]
    to have experienced much in life, endured various troubles:
    - X видал виды X has been through plenty (in his time <life, lifetime>);
    - X has seen much (a great deal, a lot) in his time (day, life, lifetime);
    - X has seen all sorts (kinds) of things (in his time etc);
    - battle scarred.
         ♦ Фомин с силой сжал ногами бока коня, послал его в толпу. Народ шарахнулся в разные стороны. В широком кругу осталась одна вдова. Она видала всякие виды и потому спокойно глядела на оскаленную морду фоминского коня, на бледное от бешенства лицо всадника (Шолохов 5). Fomin dug his heels into his horse's flanks and rode into the crowd It drew back, leaving only the widow in the middle of a wide circle. She had seen much in her time, so she looked up imperturbably at the horse's bared teeth and the furious face of its rider (5a).
         ♦ Они слушали неумолчную трескотню словоохотливой и видавшей виды девушки (Пастернак 1)....They listened to the incessant chatter of the garrulous girl, who had seen a great deal in her life (1a)
         ♦ У Моей был неистовый темперамент южанина и не вполне безукоризненная биография мальчишки, видавшего за свои двадцать три года всякие виды (Катаев 1). Mosya had the violent temperament of a southerner, and the not entirely faultless biography of a gamin who had seen all sorts of things in the course of his twenty-three years (1a).
         ♦...Кирпиченко вдруг увидел, что ей [Ларисе] под тридцать, что она видала виды (Аксёнов 5)....Kirpichenko suddenly saw that she [Larisa] was getting on for thirty and that she had been around (5a).
         ♦ И кому-то нужно с таким человеком [, как Никандров,] связываться?.. Видавшие виды дамы просто обязаны предупреждать молодёжь женского пола: "И не вздумайте! Кроме головной боли, ничего не маячит!" (Залыгин 1). Who needed to get involved with a man like him [Nikandrov]? Seasoned women had a duty to warn the younger of their sex about men like him: "Don't even think about it! You'll get yourself nothing but a headache!" (1a).
    2. [subj: concr]
    (of various devices, machines etc, often of furniture, clothes, footwear etc) to have been used a great deal, show signs of much wear:
    - X видал виды X looks (is) the worse for wear;
    - X is timeworn (worn-out, well-worn, shabby).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > видывать виды

  • 371 видывать всякие виды

    [VP; usu. this WO]
    =====
    1. Also: ВИДАТЬ (ВИДЫВАТЬ) ВСЯКИЕ ВИДЫ [subj: human; often active past Part]
    to have experienced much in life, endured various troubles:
    - X видал виды X has been through plenty (in his time <life, lifetime>);
    - X has seen much (a great deal, a lot) in his time (day, life, lifetime);
    - X has seen all sorts (kinds) of things (in his time etc);
    - battle scarred.
         ♦ Фомин с силой сжал ногами бока коня, послал его в толпу. Народ шарахнулся в разные стороны. В широком кругу осталась одна вдова. Она видала всякие виды и потому спокойно глядела на оскаленную морду фоминского коня, на бледное от бешенства лицо всадника (Шолохов 5). Fomin dug his heels into his horse's flanks and rode into the crowd It drew back, leaving only the widow in the middle of a wide circle. She had seen much in her time, so she looked up imperturbably at the horse's bared teeth and the furious face of its rider (5a).
         ♦ Они слушали неумолчную трескотню словоохотливой и видавшей виды девушки (Пастернак 1)....They listened to the incessant chatter of the garrulous girl, who had seen a great deal in her life (1a)
         ♦ У Моей был неистовый темперамент южанина и не вполне безукоризненная биография мальчишки, видавшего за свои двадцать три года всякие виды (Катаев 1). Mosya had the violent temperament of a southerner, and the not entirely faultless biography of a gamin who had seen all sorts of things in the course of his twenty-three years (1a).
         ♦...Кирпиченко вдруг увидел, что ей [Ларисе] под тридцать, что она видала виды (Аксёнов 5)....Kirpichenko suddenly saw that she [Larisa] was getting on for thirty and that she had been around (5a).
         ♦ И кому-то нужно с таким человеком [, как Никандров,] связываться?.. Видавшие виды дамы просто обязаны предупреждать молодёжь женского пола: "И не вздумайте! Кроме головной боли, ничего не маячит!" (Залыгин 1). Who needed to get involved with a man like him [Nikandrov]? Seasoned women had a duty to warn the younger of their sex about men like him: "Don't even think about it! You'll get yourself nothing but a headache!" (1a).
    2. [subj: concr]
    (of various devices, machines etc, often of furniture, clothes, footwear etc) to have been used a great deal, show signs of much wear:
    - X видал виды X looks (is) the worse for wear;
    - X is timeworn (worn-out, well-worn, shabby).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > видывать всякие виды

  • 372 на диво

    НА ДИВО; НА УДИВЛЕНИЕ
    [PrepP; these forms only]
    =====
    1. [subj-compl with copula (subj: usu. concr or abstr]
    sth. is very good, excellent:
    - marvelous.
         ♦ Земля славная, и урожай всегда бывал на диво; но на заколдованном месте никогда не было ничего доброго (Гоголь 5). It's marvelous ground and there is always a wonderful crop on it; but there has never been anything good on that bewitched place (5a).
    2. на диво какой, каков и т.п. [modif (intensif)]
    very, extremely:
    - wondrously.
         ♦ Конец августа был погожий и сухой на диво (Шолохов 5). The end of August was wondrously fine and dry (5a).
    3. [adv or modif]
    very well, excellently:
    - splendidly.
         ♦ Его казаки были экипированы на диво. У всех было в достатке патронов, на всех была справная одежда и добротная обувь - все добытое с пленных красноармейцев (Шолохов 4). His Cossacks were splendidly equipped. They had plenty of ammunition and their clothing and footwear, all taken from captured Red Army men, were in excellent condition (4a)
    4. на диво (кому-чему) [the resulting PrepP is sent adv; indir obj: human or collect]
    so as to evoke wonder, admiration etc:
    - to the amazement (astonishment, delight) of;
    - [in limited contexts] in a way marvelous to see;
    - to the surprise of.
         ♦ [Телятев:] А вот пьет [Васильков] шампанское, так на диво: отчётливо, методически, точно воду зельтерскую (Островский 4). [Т.:]... Не [Vasilkov] drinks champagne in a way marvelous to see: carefully, methodically, just as if it were seltzer water (4a).
         ♦ "Нет, так не пойдет! Желаете счастья зятю и дочери, а сами не пьёте", - упрекнул Кокетай засмущавшегося деда Момуна. "Ну разве что за счастье, я что ж", - заторопился старик. На удивление всем, он ахнул до дна почти полный стакан водки... (Айтматов 1). "No, no, that will not do! You toast to the happiness of your daughter and your son-in-law and then don't drink yourself," Koketay reproached the embarrassed Momun. "Well, if it's to happiness, sure..." he mumbled hurriedly And, to everyone's surprise, he gulped down almost a full glass in a single breath (1a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > на диво

  • 373 на удивление

    НА ДИВО; НА УДИВЛЕНИЕ
    [PrepP; these forms only]
    =====
    1. [subj-compl with copula (subj: usu. concr or abstr]
    sth. is very good, excellent:
    - marvelous.
         ♦ Земля славная, и урожай всегда бывал на диво; но на заколдованном месте никогда не было ничего доброго (Гоголь 5). It's marvelous ground and there is always a wonderful crop on it; but there has never been anything good on that bewitched place (5a).
    2. на удивление какой, каков и т.п. [modif (intensif)]
    very, extremely:
    - wondrously.
         ♦ Конец августа был погожий и сухой на диво (Шолохов 5). The end of August was wondrously fine and dry (5a).
    3. [adv or modif]
    very well, excellently:
    - splendidly.
         ♦ Его казаки были экипированы на диво. У всех было в достатке патронов, на всех была справная одежда и добротная обувь - все добытое с пленных красноармейцев (Шолохов 4). His Cossacks were splendidly equipped. They had plenty of ammunition and their clothing and footwear, all taken from captured Red Army men, were in excellent condition (4a)
    4. на удивление (кому-чему) [the resulting PrepP is sent adv; indir obj: human or collect]
    so as to evoke wonder, admiration etc:
    - to the amazement (astonishment, delight) of;
    - [in limited contexts] in a way marvelous to see;
    - to the surprise of.
         ♦ [Телятев:] А вот пьет [Васильков] шампанское, так на диво: отчётливо, методически, точно воду зельтерскую (Островский 4). [Т.:]... Не [Vasilkov] drinks champagne in a way marvelous to see: carefully, methodically, just as if it were seltzer water (4a).
         ♦ "Нет, так не пойдет! Желаете счастья зятю и дочери, а сами не пьёте", - упрекнул Кокетай засмущавшегося деда Момуна. "Ну разве что за счастье, я что ж", - заторопился старик. На удивление всем, он ахнул до дна почти полный стакан водки... (Айтматов 1). "No, no, that will not do! You toast to the happiness of your daughter and your son-in-law and then don't drink yourself," Koketay reproached the embarrassed Momun. "Well, if it's to happiness, sure..." he mumbled hurriedly And, to everyone's surprise, he gulped down almost a full glass in a single breath (1a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > на удивление

  • 374 есть просит

    ЕСТЬ ПРОСИТ highly coll
    [VP; subj: usu. a noun denoting footwear, parts of footwear, or clothes; pres or past]
    =====
    s.o.'s shoes (clothes etc) are in bad condition, in need of repair:
    - X есть просит X needs mending;
    - [of footwear only] X needs to be taken to the shoemaker.

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > есть просит

  • 375 на заказ

    [PrepP; Invar; adv or nonagreeing modif]
    =====
    (of clothes, footwear etc) made according to the buyers wishes, made-to-order; custom-made; tailor-made; made to measure.
         ♦ Туфли мы покупаем готовыми, а костюм стараемся сшить на заказ (Рыбаков I). Shoes we buy ready-made, whereas we like to have our suits made to measure (1a)

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > на заказ

  • 376 износа нет

    ИЗНОСУ <ИЗНОСА, СНОСУ, СНОСА> НЕТ
    [VP; impers]
    =====
    1. износа нет чему. Also: ИЗНОСУ < СНОСУ> НЕ ЗНАТЬ [VP; subj: a noun denoting clothes, footwear etc]
    sth. is very durable:
    - X-y износу нет X doesn't <won't, will never> wear out;
    - X will last (forever < indefinitely>.
         ♦ "Между прочим, хороший материал, говорят... Ему сносу нет..." (Искандер 5). "By the way, they say it's good material. Doesn't wear out" (5a).
         ♦...Носки и рукавицы в палец толщиной вязала мать, и не было тем носкам и рукавицам износу (Распутин 4)....His mother had made mittens and socks a finger thick and those socks and mittens never wore out (4a).
    2. износа нет кому rare s.o. is in good shape, despite being old or middle-aged:
    - X wears < has aged> well;
    - the years haven't changed <aged, told on> X a bit.
         ♦ [Лебедев:] А тебе, старая скворешня, и сносу нет. Лет тридцать я тебя старухой знаю... (Чехов 4). [L.:] You look none the worse for wear, you old windbag. I remember you as an old woman thirty years ago (4b). [L.:] You know, old magpie, you wear well. You've been an old woman ever since I've known you - for the last thirty years (4a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > износа нет

  • 377 износу не знать

    ИЗНОСУ <ИЗНОСА, СНОСУ, СНОСА> НЕТ
    [VP; impers]
    =====
    1. износу не знать чему. Also: ИЗНОСУ < СНОСУ> НЕ ЗНАТЬ [VP; subj: a noun denoting clothes, footwear etc]
    sth. is very durable:
    - X-y износу нет X doesn't <won't, will never> wear out;
    - X will last (forever < indefinitely>.
         ♦ "Между прочим, хороший материал, говорят... Ему сносу нет..." (Искандер 5). "By the way, they say it's good material. Doesn't wear out" (5a).
         ♦...Носки и рукавицы в палец толщиной вязала мать, и не было тем носкам и рукавицам износу (Распутин 4)....His mother had made mittens and socks a finger thick and those socks and mittens never wore out (4a).
    2. износу не знать кому rare s.o. is in good shape, despite being old or middle-aged:
    - X wears < has aged> well;
    - the years haven't changed <aged, told on> X a bit.
         ♦ [Лебедев:] А тебе, старая скворешня, и сносу нет. Лет тридцать я тебя старухой знаю... (Чехов 4). [L.:] You look none the worse for wear, you old windbag. I remember you as an old woman thirty years ago (4b). [L.:] You know, old magpie, you wear well. You've been an old woman ever since I've known you - for the last thirty years (4a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > износу не знать

  • 378 износу нет

    ИЗНОСУ <ИЗНОСА, СНОСУ, СНОСА> НЕТ
    [VP; impers]
    =====
    1. износу нет чему. Also: ИЗНОСУ < СНОСУ> НЕ ЗНАТЬ [VP; subj: a noun denoting clothes, footwear etc]
    sth. is very durable:
    - X-y износу нет X doesn't <won't, will never> wear out;
    - X will last (forever < indefinitely>.
         ♦ "Между прочим, хороший материал, говорят... Ему сносу нет..." (Искандер 5). "By the way, they say it's good material. Doesn't wear out" (5a).
         ♦...Носки и рукавицы в палец толщиной вязала мать, и не было тем носкам и рукавицам износу (Распутин 4)....His mother had made mittens and socks a finger thick and those socks and mittens never wore out (4a).
    2. износу нет кому rare s.o. is in good shape, despite being old or middle-aged:
    - X wears < has aged> well;
    - the years haven't changed <aged, told on> X a bit.
         ♦ [Лебедев:] А тебе, старая скворешня, и сносу нет. Лет тридцать я тебя старухой знаю... (Чехов 4). [L.:] You look none the worse for wear, you old windbag. I remember you as an old woman thirty years ago (4b). [L.:] You know, old magpie, you wear well. You've been an old woman ever since I've known you - for the last thirty years (4a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > износу нет

  • 379 сноса нет

    ИЗНОСУ <ИЗНОСА, СНОСУ, СНОСА> НЕТ
    [VP; impers]
    =====
    1. сноса нет чему. Also: ИЗНОСУ < СНОСУ> НЕ ЗНАТЬ [VP; subj: a noun denoting clothes, footwear etc]
    sth. is very durable:
    - X-y износу нет X doesn't <won't, will never> wear out;
    - X will last (forever < indefinitely>.
         ♦ "Между прочим, хороший материал, говорят... Ему сносу нет..." (Искандер 5). "By the way, they say it's good material. Doesn't wear out" (5a).
         ♦...Носки и рукавицы в палец толщиной вязала мать, и не было тем носкам и рукавицам износу (Распутин 4)....His mother had made mittens and socks a finger thick and those socks and mittens never wore out (4a).
    2. сноса нет кому rare s.o. is in good shape, despite being old or middle-aged:
    - X wears < has aged> well;
    - the years haven't changed <aged, told on> X a bit.
         ♦ [Лебедев:] А тебе, старая скворешня, и сносу нет. Лет тридцать я тебя старухой знаю... (Чехов 4). [L.:] You look none the worse for wear, you old windbag. I remember you as an old woman thirty years ago (4b). [L.:] You know, old magpie, you wear well. You've been an old woman ever since I've known you - for the last thirty years (4a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > сноса нет

  • 380 сносу не знать

    ИЗНОСУ <ИЗНОСА, СНОСУ, СНОСА> НЕТ
    [VP; impers]
    =====
    1. сносу не знать чему. Also: ИЗНОСУ < СНОСУ> НЕ ЗНАТЬ [VP; subj: a noun denoting clothes, footwear etc]
    sth. is very durable:
    - X-y износу нет X doesn't <won't, will never> wear out;
    - X will last (forever < indefinitely>.
         ♦ "Между прочим, хороший материал, говорят... Ему сносу нет..." (Искандер 5). "By the way, they say it's good material. Doesn't wear out" (5a).
         ♦...Носки и рукавицы в палец толщиной вязала мать, и не было тем носкам и рукавицам износу (Распутин 4)....His mother had made mittens and socks a finger thick and those socks and mittens never wore out (4a).
    2. сносу не знать кому rare s.o. is in good shape, despite being old or middle-aged:
    - X wears < has aged> well;
    - the years haven't changed <aged, told on> X a bit.
         ♦ [Лебедев:] А тебе, старая скворешня, и сносу нет. Лет тридцать я тебя старухой знаю... (Чехов 4). [L.:] You look none the worse for wear, you old windbag. I remember you as an old woman thirty years ago (4b). [L.:] You know, old magpie, you wear well. You've been an old woman ever since I've known you - for the last thirty years (4a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > сносу не знать

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