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  • 381 сносу нет

    [VP; impers]
    1. сносу 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. сносу нет кому rare s.o. is in good shape, despite being old or middle-aged:
    - X-y сносу нет X is (looks) none the worse for wear;
    - 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 нет

  • 382 каши просят

    [VP; subj: a noun denoting heavy, sturdy footwear or individual parts of shoes or boots; pres or past]
    s.o.'s boots (shoes etc) are in bad condition, in need of repair:
    - X-ы каши просят Xs need mending (to be repaired);
    - Xs are worn out.
         ♦ "Главное, у него тогда было платьишко скверное, штанишки наверх лезут, а сапоги каши просят" (Достоевский 1). "The main thing was that he had such shabby clothes then, and his pants were riding up, and his boots had holes in them" (1a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > каши просят

  • 383 по ноге

    [PrepP; Invar; subj-compl with copula (subj: a noun denoting footwear) or nonagreeing modif]
    of the correct size, comfortable on s.o.'s feet:
    - X Y-y по ноге X is the right <my, your etc> size;
    || Neg X Y-у не по ноге X doesn't fit (right);
    - X is too big (small, tight) for Y.
         ♦...Семнадцатую путёвку принесла женщина в ватной солдатской теплушке, в больших, не по ноге, сапогах (Шолохов 3). A seventeenth warrant was brought by a woman in a soldier's wadded jacket and boots that were too big for her (3a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > по ноге

  • 384 в самую пору

    [PrepP; Invar; usu. subj-compl with copula; fixed WO]
    1. в самую пору (кому) [subj: concr, abstr, or infin; occas. used as nonagreeing modif]
    sth. is timely, sth. happens at the appropriate time, exactly when wanted, needed etc:
    - (it is <this would be etc>) just the right time <just the right moment, the perfect time, the perfect moment>;
    - at just the right time <just the right moment, the perfect time, the perfect moment>;
    - (sth.) couldn't have come at a better time;
    || X-y было бы в самую пору сделать Y - this would be a perfect time for X to do Y;
    - this would be just the time for X to do Y.
         ♦ Сама же Людмила Афанасьевна и подвела его [Орещенкова] к этому рассуждению рассказом о сыне. И так как с сыном оставалось не решено, то ей бы в самую пору сейчас слушать и думать, как это все отнести к сыну (Солженицын 10). Не [Oreshchenkov] had embarked on this topic because of Lyudmila Afanasyevna's own talk of her son. Since she was having trouble with her son, this would be just the time for her to hear this and ponder how to apply it to her son's case (I Ob)
    2. в самую пору кому быть, прийтись и т.п. [subj: a noun denoting footwear, an item of clothing etc]
    sth. is exactly s.o.'s size:
    - X Y-y в самую пору X is just Y's size;
    - it's as if X were made to measure.
         ♦ Сапоги были девочке в самую пору. The boots were just the girl's size

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > в самую пору

  • 385 в самый раз

    [PrepP; Invar; usu. subj-compl with copula; fixed WO]
    1. [subj: concr, abstr, or infin]
    sth. is timely, sth. happens at the appropriate time:
    - perfect timing.
         ♦ [Веселый:] А не спеть ли нам ребята? По-моему, в самый раз (Вампилов 3). [Cheerful:] Why don't we sing something, eh? I think this is just the right time for it (3a)
    2. в самый раз (кому) [subj: abstr, human, concr, or infin]
    a person or thing is exactly what is needed or what s.o. wants, needs etc:
    - [when used as indep. sent] that's it;
    - that's the way (the ticket).
         ♦ "Друзья мои, - сказал он, - ушедшие ушли, а мы давайте займем места за этим столом. Если они вернут нашу девочку в целости - пиршество будет в самый раз. Если не вернут - будем считать этот стол поминальным" (Искандер 3). "Му friends," he said, "those who have gone are gone, and as for us, let us take our places at these tables. If they bring our girl back safe and sound-the feast will be just the thing. If they don't - we'll count this as the funeral table" (3a).
         ♦ "Раечка, Лёвушка, спасибо, дорогие. Сикстинская - это в самый раз! Очень я ей обрадовалась" (Орлова 1). "Raya and Lev, thank you, my dears. Raphael's Madonna was just what I needed! I was overjoyed with her" (1a).
    3. в самый раз (кому) [subj: a noun denoting footwear, an item of clothing etc]
    sth. fits s.o. exactly as it should:
    - X Y-y в самый раз X is just Y's size;
    - [in limited contexts] there's a good fit now.
         ♦ Француз, видимо, боялся, чтобы пленные, смотревшие на него, не засмеялись, и поспешно сунул голову в рубашку... "Вишь, в самый раз", - приговаривал Платон, обдергивая рубаху (Толстой 7). Не [the Frenchman] was evidently afraid that the prisoners looking on would laugh at him, and thrust his head into the shirt hurriedly...."See, it fits well!" Platon kept repeating, pulling the shirt straight (7b). He [the Frenchman] was evidently afraid that the prisoners looking on would laugh at him, and hastily thrust his head into the shirt...."There's a good fit now!" Platon kept saying, pulling the shirt down (7a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > в самый раз

  • 386 как раз

    1. coll [usu. adv]
    timely, at the appropriate time:
    - perfect timing. "Я не рано пришел? - "Нет, как раз". I'm not too early?" "No, perfect timing."
    2. кому coll [subj-compl with copula (subj: a noun denoting footwear, a piece of clothing etc)]
    sth. fits s.o. exactly as it should:
    - X Y-y как раз X fits Y perfectly (just right);
    - [in limited contexts] X is just right for Y;
    - X fits (Y) like a glove.
         ♦ Продавщица с феноменальной скоростью завязала концы шнурка - и тронула носок башмака двумя пальцами. "Как раз!" - сказала она. "Новые всегда немножко..." - продолжала она поспешно, вскинув карие глаза. - "Конечно, если хотите, можно подложить косок под пятку. Но они - как раз, убедитесь сами!" (Набоков 1). With phenomenal speed the salesgirl tied the lace ends and touched the tip of the shoe with two fingers "Just right," she said. "New shoes are always a little " she went on rapidly, raising her brown eyes "Of course if you wish, we can make some adjustments. But they fit perfectly, see for yourself!" (1a)
         ♦ "Надевай, милая, мою синюю юбку. Она тебе... как раз будет" (Шолохов 2). "Put on my blue skirt, dear It'll be just right for you..." (2a).
    3. как раз кому, для кого coll [intensif Particle]
    (a person or thing is) suitable, appropriate for s.o.. (suit s.o.) just right; (be) just right (for s.o.); (be) just the (right) thing (for s.o.); (be) just the (right) one (for s.o.); (be) perfect (for s.o.); (suit s.o.) to a T (a tee).
         ♦ Когда совсем подошли к острову, стали видны ветряная мельница, прекрасная старинная изба, амбарные постройки - все пустое, неподвижное, музейное. Агеев усмехнулся. "Как раз для меня", - пробормотал он... (Казаков 1). When they came right to the island, they saw a windmill and a beautiful ancient farmhouse with its outbuildings and barns - all empty and without a sign of life, like pieces in a museum Ageyev grinned "Just the right thing for me," he muttered, (1a).
         ♦ [Фёкла:]...Уж каких женихов тебе припасла!.. Первый, Балтазар Балтазарович Жевакин, такой славный, во флоте служил - как раз по тебе придется (Гоголь 1). [F:] What a bunch of gentlemen I've got for you'. First, Baltazar Baltazarovich Zhevakin, such a nice gentleman, he served in the navy - he's just the one for you (lc) [F ]. What gentlemen I've got in store for you!. First, there's Baltazar Baltazarovich-just marvelous. A navy man. He'll suit you to a tee (1b)
    4. [intensif Particle]
    (used to emphasize the word or phrase to which it refers) namely (the person, thing, place etc) exactly; precisely; just; the very; right (when <then etc>).
         ♦...В то время я как раз и был самым молодым работником редакции (Искандер 4)....That is exactly what I was at the time - the youngest member of the editorial staff (4a)
         ♦ Если бы она написала мужу еще в войну: так и гак, мол, встретила человека... ей бы не в чем было упрекнуть себя... Но как раз вот этого-то она и не сделала. Не хватило духу. Пожалела (Абрамов 1). If she had written to her husband during the war to say, well, to say that she had met someone she would have had nothing to reproach herself with....But that was precisely what she had not done She hadn't had the heart. She had taken pity on him. (1a)
         ♦ Водку в буфете принесла ему высокая рыжая официантка. "Гениальная баба!" - пробормотал Агеев, восхищенно и жадно провожая её взглядом. А когда она опять подошла, он сказал: "...Вы как раз то, что я искал всю жизнь" (Казаков 1). A tall waitress with red hair brought him his vodka "What a girl," Ageyev all my life" (1a)
         ♦...Его невольно отрезвляла какая-нибудь ее интонация, смешок, веяние тех определенных духов, которыми почему-то душились как раз те женщины, которым он нравился... (Набоков 1)...He was involuntarily sobered by a certain intonation of hers, her little laugh, the smell of that certain scent which somehow was always used by the very women who liked him... (1a).
    5. [intensif Particle]
    (used to emphasize that sth. will happen, should be done etc) differently from the way stated, suggested etc:
    - (s.o. < sth.>) is <does, will etc> in fact...;
    - actually.
         ♦ "Ничего из этой затеи не получится". - "А вот как раз получится". "Nothings going to come out of this venture." "Quite the contrary, something will come out of it."
    6. obs [intensif Particle]
    (it is) probable (that sth. will happen):
    - s.o. < sth.> is very likely to...;
    - it is quite likely (probable) that...;
    - s.o. < sth.> may very well...;
    - [in limited contexts] it doesn't take much to...
         ♦ "Да, вишь, какая погода: как раз собьешься с дороги" (Пушкин 2). ".. But you see what the weather's like: it doesn't take much to lose your way" (2a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > как раз

  • 387 обувка

    ж. разг.

    Русско-английский словарь Смирнитского > обувка

  • 388 обувь

    footwear, foot-gear; ( ботинки) boots pl., shoes pl.

    Русско-английский словарь Смирнитского > обувь

  • 389 ортопедический

    Русско-английский словарь Смирнитского > ортопедический

  • 390 рантовой

    Русско-английский словарь Смирнитского > рантовой

  • 391 обувка

    مونث footwear
    پاپوش، کفش

    Русско-персидский словарь > обувка

  • 392 обувь

    پاپوش، کفش

    Русско-персидский словарь > обувь

  • 393 освистать

    освиста́ть, осви́стывать
    prifajfi, mokfajfi.
    * * *
    silbar vt, abuchear vt

    освиста́ть актёра — silbar (abuchear) a un actor

    * * *
    silbar vt, abuchear vt

    освиста́ть актёра — silbar (abuchear) a un actor

    * * *
    1) gener. abuchear, silbar
    2) footwear. (кого-л.) promover una pitada (a alguien)

    Diccionario universal ruso-español > освистать

  • 394 необходимо

    1) gener. paratamatult
    2) footwear. vajalik

    Русско-эстонский универсальный словарь > необходимо

  • 395 брендовая обувь

    Dictionnaire russe-français universel > брендовая обувь

  • 396 замшевый

    de chamois; de daim

    за́мшевые перча́тки — gants m pl en peau de daim

    * * *
    1) gener. de chamois
    2) eng. chamoisé
    3) footwear. de daim

    Dictionnaire russe-français universel > замшевый

  • 397 лапоть

    Dictionnaire russe-français universel > лапоть

  • 398 лодочки


    Dictionnaire russe-français universel > лодочки

  • 399 на литой резине


    Dictionnaire russe-français universel > на литой резине

  • 400 Подносок

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