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like mother

  • 1 MOTHER

    • As is the mother, so is the daughter - Какова мать, такова и дочь (K)
    • Every mother thinks her own gosling a swan - Дитя хоть и криво, да отцу-матери мило (Д)
    • Like mother, like child (daughter) - Какова мать, такова и дочь (K)
    • There's only one pretty child in the world and every mother has it - Дитя хоть и криво, да отцу-матери мило (Д)

    Русско-английский словарь пословиц и поговорок > MOTHER

  • 2 Like A Mother Fucker

    Rude: LAMF

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > Like A Mother Fucker

  • 3 яблоко от яблони недалеко падает

    2) Set phrase: as the old cock crows, so doth the young, as the old cock crows, the young one learns, as the tree, so the fruit, birds of a feather flock together, he is a chip of the old block, like begets like, like mother, like child, like mother, like daughter, like wood, like arrow, the apple never falls far from the tree, where there's an apple on the ground there must be an apple-tree around, you're a limb off the same tree, a bad bird, a bad egg, like crow, like egg, the evil field will evil yield, (Russian idiom) an apple doesn't fall far from the tree, (Russian idiom) the apple doesn't fall far from the tree

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > яблоко от яблони недалеко падает

  • 4 яблочко от яблоньки недалеко падает

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > яблочко от яблоньки недалеко падает

  • 5 Какова мать, такова и дочь

    See Яблочко от яблони недалеко падает (Я)
    Cf: As is the mother, so is the daughter (Am.). Like mother, like child (Br.). Like mother, like daughter (Am., Br.)

    Русско-английский словарь пословиц и поговорок > Какова мать, такова и дочь

  • 6 яблоко от яблони недалеко падает

    посл.
    cf. as the tree, so the fruit; like father, like son; like mother, like daughter; like parents, like children; like begets like; as the old cock crows the young one learns; like master, like man; like mistress, like maid; never a duck was hatched by a drake

    - Паразит! Волчья хребтина! - ругался Василий, шагая рядом с Валентиной по улице. - Видно, яблочко от яблони недалеко падает! Это батько его мутит - побирушка церковная! (Г. Николаева, Жатва) — 'The parasite! The mangy tyke!' Vasili swore, as he strode down the street with Valentina. 'Like father like son! His dad pats him up to this - the churchy old cadger!'

    Русско-английский фразеологический словарь > яблоко от яблони недалеко падает

  • 7 яблоко от яблони недалеко падает

    идиом.
    as the tree, so the fruit
    like father, like son
    like mother, like daughter
    like parents, like children
    like begets like
    as the old cock crows the young one learns
    like master, like man
    like mistress, like maid

    Дополнительный универсальный русско-английский словарь > яблоко от яблони недалеко падает

  • 8 яблочко от яблоньки недалеко падает

    идиом.
    as the tree, so the fruit
    like father, like son
    like mother, like daughter
    like parents, like children
    like begets like
    as the old cock crows the young one learns
    like master, like man
    like mistress, like maid

    Дополнительный универсальный русско-английский словарь > яблочко от яблоньки недалеко падает

  • 9 яблоко от яблони далеко не падает

    Set phrase: like father, like son (дословно: Каков отец, таков и сынок), like mother, like daughter (дословно: Какова мать, такова и дочь)

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > яблоко от яблони далеко не падает

  • 10 К-200

    (все) НА ОДНУ КОЛОДКУ (сшиты, скроены, сделаны) coll PrepP Invar subj-compl with copula (subj: human, pi) or adv fixed WO
    (two or more people are) very similar to one another, identical in some respect ( esp. in regard to shortcomings): (все) Х-ы (Х-ы и Y-и и т. п.) на одну колодку (сшиты) - Xs (Xs and Ys) are (all) cut from the same cloth
    Xs (Xs and Ys) are cast in the same mold Xs ( Xs and Ys) are birds of a feather (are (all) of the same ilk) (in limited contexts) like father, like son like mother, like daughter.

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > К-200

  • 11 Я-4

    ЯБЛОКО (ЯБЛОЧКО) ОТ ЯБЛОНИ (ЯБЛОНЬКИ) НЕДАЛЕКО ПАДАЕТ (saying) children usually resemble their parents in character, habits etc usu. said disapprov ingly when children have the same faults as their parents): - the apple never falls far from the tree it runs in the family like father, like son (daughter, child) like mother like daughter (son, child) as the baker so the buns, as the father so the sons.

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > Я-4

  • 12 на одну колодку

    (ВСЕ) НА ОДНУ КОЛОДКУ (сшиты, скроены, сделаны) coll
    [PrepP; Invar; subj-compl with copula (subj: human, pl) or adv; fixed WO]
    =====
    (two or more people are) very similar to one another, identical in some respect (esp. in regard to shortcomings):
    - (все) X-ы (Х-ы и Y-и и т.п.) на одну колодку (сшиты) - Xs (Xs and Ys) are (all) cut from the same cloth;
    - [in limited contexts] like father, like son;
    - like mother, like daughter.

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > на одну колодку

  • 13 яблоко от яблони недалеко падает

    ЯБЛОКО < ЯБЛОЧКО> ОТ ЯБЛОНИ ЯБЛОНЬКИ) НЕДАЛЕКО ПАДАЕТ
    [saying]
    =====
    children usually resemble their parents in character, habits etc (usu. said disapprovingly when children have the same faults as their parents):
    - like father, like son <daughter, child>;
    - like mother like daughter <son, child>;
    - as the baker so the buns, as the father so the sons.

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > яблоко от яблони недалеко падает

  • 14 яблоко от яблоньки недалеко падает

    ЯБЛОКО < ЯБЛОЧКО> ОТ ЯБЛОНИ ЯБЛОНЬКИ) НЕДАЛЕКО ПАДАЕТ
    [saying]
    =====
    children usually resemble their parents in character, habits etc (usu. said disapprovingly when children have the same faults as their parents):
    - like father, like son <daughter, child>;
    - like mother like daughter <son, child>;
    - as the baker so the buns, as the father so the sons.

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > яблоко от яблоньки недалеко падает

  • 15 яблочко от яблони недалеко падает

    ЯБЛОКО < ЯБЛОЧКО> ОТ ЯБЛОНИ ЯБЛОНЬКИ) НЕДАЛЕКО ПАДАЕТ
    [saying]
    =====
    children usually resemble their parents in character, habits etc (usu. said disapprovingly when children have the same faults as their parents):
    - like father, like son <daughter, child>;
    - like mother like daughter <son, child>;
    - as the baker so the buns, as the father so the sons.

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > яблочко от яблони недалеко падает

  • 16 яблочко от яблоньки недалеко падает

    ЯБЛОКО < ЯБЛОЧКО> ОТ ЯБЛОНИ ЯБЛОНЬКИ) НЕДАЛЕКО ПАДАЕТ
    [saying]
    =====
    children usually resemble their parents in character, habits etc (usu. said disapprovingly when children have the same faults as their parents):
    - like father, like son <daughter, child>;
    - like mother like daughter <son, child>;
    - as the baker so the buns, as the father so the sons.

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > яблочко от яблоньки недалеко падает

  • 17 какова матка, таковы и детки

    Set phrase: like mother, like daughter (дословно: Какова мать, такова и дочь)

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > какова матка, таковы и детки

  • 18 БИБЛИОГРАФИЯ

    Мы приняли следующие сокращения для наиболее часто упоминаемых книг и журналов:
    IJP - International Journal of Psycho-analysis
    JAPA - Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association
    SE - Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, ed. James Strachey (London: Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis, 1953—74.)
    PSOC - Psychoanalytic Study of the Child (New Haven: Yale University Press)
    PQ - Psychoanalytic Quarterly
    WAF - The Writings of Anna Freud, ed. Anna Freud (New York: International Universities Press, 1966—74)
    PMC - Psychoanalysis The Major Concepts ed. Burness E. Moore and Bernard D. Fine (New Haven: Yale University Press)
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    О словаре: _about - Psychoanalytic Terms and Concepts
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    1. to want; 2. to wish; 3. to feel like doing smth; 4. wouldn't mind; 5. would not say no; 6. would like; 7. to be willing; 8. to fancy; 9. to take smb's fancy; 10. to be interested; 11. to be keen on/to be keen on doing smth; 12. to be eager to do smth; 13. to be anxious to do smth; 14. would do anything/would give anything; 15. can't wait; 16. to be itching to do smth; 17. to be dying; 18. to set one's heart on; 19. to dream of; 20. to long; 21. to yearn; 22. to crave; 23. to hanker after; 24. to aspire; 25. to need
    Русский глагол хотеть используется для выражения желания любого типа, как того что реально происходит, так и того что может произойти с малой долей вероятности или вообще уже не может произойти. Английские соответствия подчеркивают реальность, нереальность, а также малую вероятность исполнения желания, степень желательности и относятся к разным стилям речи.
    1. to want — хотеть, желать, испытывать желание ( не употребляется в Passive и Continuous): to want smth — желать чего-либо/хотеть чего-либо; to want smb to do smth — хотеть, чтобы кто-либо сделал что-либо; to want to do smth — хотеть что-либо сделать I want to talk with you. — Я хочу поговорить с тобой. I want you to talk with her. — Я хочу, чтобы ты поговорил с ней. The dog wants out. — Собака хочет выйти погулять. Your mother wants you. — Мама тебя зовет. I want some carrots. — Я хочу немного моркови./Мне моркови, пожалуйста. She said she didn't want to get married. — Она сказала, что не хочет выходить замуж. Please, let me pay half, I really want to. — Разрешите и мне заплатить половину, я действительно хочу это сделать. You could go back to bed for a while, if you want to. — Ты можешь еще немного поспать, если хочешь. The doctor wants me to go for another check up in two weeks' time. — Врач хочет, чтобы я прошла контрольное обследование через две недели. We wanted her to go with us, but she could not get the time off work. — Мы хотели, чтобы она поехала с нами, но она не могла уйти с работы. I know you want the party to be a success. — Я знаю, что ты хочешь, чтобы вечер прошел удачно. She wants the room fixed before we go. — Она хочет, чтобы навели порядок в комнате до нашего отъезда. What do you want to be when you grow up? — Кем ты хочешь стать, когда вырастешь? Состояние хотения ассоциируется с желанием еды и питья, а исполнение желания с процессом поедания, что проявляется в явном виде в ряде следующих словосочетаний: They are power-hungry and will stop at nothing. — Они жаждут власти и ни перед чем не остановятся. They are greedy for power. — Они жаждут власти. My grandmother had huge appetite for life. — Моя бабушка очень любила жизнь./Моя бабушка имела вкус к жизни. We are salivating for interesting things to do. — Мы изголодались по интересной работе. I have developed a taste for foreign travel. — Я вошел во вкус путешествий по разным странам. Here's something to whet your appetite. — Вот кое-что, что может возбудить твой аппетит. She hungered to see him again. — Она истомилась желанием увидеть его снова./Оыа жаждала увидеть его снова. They have thirst for knowledge. — У них жажда к знаниям. I devoured every book on the subject thai I could find. — Я с жадностью проглатывал/поглощал все книги по этому вопросу, которые мог найти.
    2. to wish — хотеть, желать (не употребляется в Passive и Continuous; в условных и дополнительных придаточных предложениях имеет значение хотеть того, что может случиться с малой долей вероятности): to wish smb well (ill) — желать кому-либо добра (зла) The chief wishes to see you. — Начальник хочет вас видеть. I wish I could help you. — Если бы только я мог вам помочь. I wish to goodness that music would stop. — Господи, хоть бы эта музыка смолкла. I wished him all the best. — Я пожелал ему всего самого лучшего. I wished him a good trip. — Я пожелал ему доброго пути. They wished me a happy birthday. — Они поздравили меня с днем рождения. What more could one wish her? — Чего еще можно ей пожелать? The weather was everything we could wish. — Погода была как на заказ. Anyone wishes to order the book should send a cheque to the publisher. — Все, кто желают приобрести эту книгу, должны выслать чек на имя издателя. I wish you would shut up! — Если бы ты замолчал!/Хоть бы ты замолчал! Where is that postman? I wish he would hurry up. — Куда девался этот почтальон? Хотелось бы, чтобы он поторопился./Хоть бы он поторопился. I wish the rains would stop. — Когда-нибудь кончатся эти дожди? I wish I had a car like that. — Как бы мне хотелось иметь такую же машину. I've come to wish you a happy New Year. — Я пришел, чтобы пожелать вам счастливого Нового года./Я пришел, чтобы поздравить вас с Новым годом.
    3. to feel like doing smth — быть в настроении что-либо сделать, хотеть что-либо сделать (или иметь, особенно потому, что вам это может доставить удовольствие): to feel like doing smth — хотеть что-либо сделать/быть в состоянии что-либо сделать Do you feel like dancing? — Вам не хочется потанцевать? I feel like saying to him: «Paul, you are the world's biggest idiot». — Мне так и хотелось ему сказать: «Павел, ты самый большой идиот/дурак в мире». It is so hot today, I really feel like an ice-cream. — Сегодня так жарко, что мне очень хочется мороженого.
    4. wouldn't mind — хотеть, не прочь (используется в ситуациях, когда вам хочется иметь что-либо или сделать что-либо, даже в тех случаях, когда вероятность получить мала): I wouldn't mind looking like Elisabeth Taylor when 1 am her age. — Я бы была не против выглядеть как Элизабет Тейлор, когда буду в том же возрасте. I would not mind his job, he is always eating at expensive restaurants and stays at exclusive hotels. — Я бы не возражала иметь такую как у него работу, он питается в дорогих ресторанах и живет в шикарных гостиницах./Я хотела бы иметь такую как у него работу, он питается в дорогих ресторанах и живет в шикарных гостиницах. Would you like another beer? —Yes, I wouldn't mind. — Хотите еще пива? — Да, я бы не прочь.
    5. would not say no — не откажусь (используется в ситуациях, когда вам очень хочется иметь или сделать что-либо): I would not say no to a glass of whisky! — Я бы не отказался от рюмочки виски! How about a night out of town? — I certainly would not say no. — He провести ли нам ночь за городом? — Конечно, я бы не отказался.
    6. would like — хотеть, желать (чтобы кто-либо что-либо сделал, особенно в вежливых просьбах, инструкциях и указаниях): We would like you to record all your conversations. — Мы бы хотели, чтобы вы записали на пленку все эти беседы. I would like you to see her and visit my family in Kiev, when you are there. — Я бы хотел, чтобы вы, когда будете в Киеве, повидались с ней и зашли к моим родителям. Would you like another cup of tea? — Хотите еще чашечку чая?
    7. to be willing — хотеть что-либо сделать, охотно что-либо сделать (используется для выражения готовности сделать что-либо по своей воле, без принуждения): to be willing to do smth — охотно что-либо сделать He is willing to tell the police everything he knows. — Он готов рассказать полиции все, что знает. Have a word with the manager and see if he is willing to reduce the price. — Поговори с управляющим и выясни, хочет ли/готов ли он снизить цену. We needed a new secretary but no one was willing to take the job. — Нам был нужен новый секретарь, но никто не хотел взяться за эту работу.
    8. to fancy — хотеть, нравиться, приходить в голову ( используется в неофициальной речи): I don't fancy this car. — Мне не нравится эта машина./Я бы не хотел иметь такую машину. The patient can eat whatever he fancies. — Больной может есть все, что ему захочется/Больной может есть все, что ему вздумается./Больной может есть все, что ему заблагорассудится. Do you fancy a drink? — Хочешь выпить? I think he has always fancied a house like that. — Мне кажется, ему всегда хотелось иметь такой дом. I really fancy going for a swim. — Мне действительно хочется выкупаться. What do you fancy for dinner? — Что бы ты хотел на обед? I quite fancy the idea of lazing around. — Я совсем не прочь побездельничать. I don't fancy staying in tonight. — Мне не хочется сегодня вечером сидеть дома.
    9. to take smb's fancy — приглянуться, вызвать желание иметь что-либо, захотеть, привлечь чем-либо, захотеть иметь чтолибо, захотеть приобрести что-либо ( используется в обыденных ситуациях): We could go to the movie or go out for a meal — wherever takes your fancy. — Мы можем пойти в кино или куда-нибудь поесть — куда тебе хочется./ Мы можем пойти в кино или куда-нибудь поесть — куда тебе больше нравится. We wandered around the market stopping occasionally at the stalls to buy something that took her fancy. — Мы ходили между разными лотками, останавливаясь время от времени и покупая то, что привлекло ее./Мы ходили по рынку, останавливаясь время от времени у разных лотков, и покупая то, что ей хотелось./Мы ходили между разными лотками, останавливаясь время от времени и покупая то, что ей казалось привлекательным.
    10. to be interested — хотеть, иметь желание (хотеть что-то сделать и быть с кем-либо связанным или иметь к этому отношение, особенно, если вас об этом просили): I don't know if I can tell you much, but I would be very interested in coming to the meeting. — He знаю, смогу ли я много рассказать, но я бы хотел прийти на собрание. Would you be interested in going to the theatre with me on Friday? — Хотите пойти со мной в театр в пятницу? We are going for a walk, are you interested? — Мы идем гулять, а ты не хочешь пойти с нами?
    11. to be keen on/to be keen on doing smth — очень хотеть что-либо сделать (особенно потому, что вы думаете это будет интересно и доставит удовольствие или поможет другим людям): He's really keen to meet you. — Ему правда очень хочется познакомиться с вами. Diana is very keen to prove her worth to our group. — Диане очень хочется доказать, что она полезна нашей группе. The government is keen to avoid further conflicts with the Trade Union. — Правительство стремится к тому, чтобы избежать дальнейших конфликтов с профсоюзами./Правительство очень заинтересовано в том, чтобы избежать дальнейших конфликтов с профсоюзами. We are very keen to encourage more local employers to work with us. — Нам очень хочется, чтобы многие местные предприниматели работали с нами./Мы заинтересованы втом, чтобы больше местных предпринимателей сотрудничало с нами.
    12. to be eager to do smth — хотеть что-либо сделать, стремиться что-либо сделать: I was very eager to get my hand on those rare recordings. — Мне очень хотелось заполучить эти редкие записи/пластинки. Не is so eager to learn that he stayes late every evening. — Он так стремится к знаниям, что сидит (за занятиями) подолгу по вечерам. Some patients are only too eagerto tell you exactly how they feel. — Некоторые пациенты горят желанием подробно рассказать ( врачу) о своих ощущениях./Некоторые пациенты стремятся в подробностях рассказать ( врачу) 0 своих ощущениях.
    13. to be anxious to do smth — стремиться что-либо сделать, очень хотеть что-либо сделать (приложить большие усилия к тому, чтобы произвести хорошее впечатление или успешно справиться с новой работой): Не was anxious to gain approval. — Ему хотелось, чтобы его работа была одобрена./Он старался, чтобы его действия были одобрены./Он старался добиться похвалы. We are anxious to hear from anyone who can help. — Мы стремимся связаться со всеми, кто может оказать помощь. We are anxious that the food should be of the best quality. — Мы стремимся к тому, чтобы еда здесь была самого лучшего качества./Мы очень хотим, чтобы еда здесь была самого лучшего качества,/Мы очень стараемся, чтобы еда здесь была самого лучшего качества.
    14. would do anything/would give anything — хотеть сделать все возможное (используется в ситуациях, когда вам очень хочется сделать что-либо): When she began writing she would have done anything to get her articles printed. — Когда она начала писать, она была готова на все, чтобы ее статьи были напечатаны./Когда она начала писать, она очень стремилась к тому, чтобы ее статьи были напечатаны./Когда она начала писать, она очень хотела, чтобы ее статьи были напечатаны. She would do anything to marry Ben, but he just won't ask her. — Она отдала бы все, чтобы выйти замуж за Бена, но он не делает ей предложение. 1 would do anything for a cup of coffee. — Я бы все отдал за чашечку кофе.
    15. can't wait — не могу дождаться, мне не терпится (используется в ситуациях, когда вам чего-либо очень хочется, чтобы это произошло как можно скорее, особенно потому, что вы довольны, счастливы от предвкушения и возбуждены): After his trip to the Zoo, Philip could not wait to tell his club fellows about it. — После посещения зоопарка Филиппу не терпелось рассказать обо всем своим товарищам по клубу. She can't wait to get out onto the ski slopes this year. — Ей не терпится и в этом году вновь попасть в горы покататься на лыжах. I can't wait for Christmas it will be great to see the family again. — Я жду не дождусь Рождества, здорово будет повидать всю семью снова. Another two weeks and we will be together — I can't wait. — Еще две недели, и мы будем вместе — я жду не дождусь этого дня./Еще две недели, и мы будем вместе — я вся в нетерпении.
    16. to be itching to do smth — гореть желанием что-либо сделать, не терпится что-либо сделать, руки чешутся сделать что-либо (нетерпеливо ждать чего-либо, чего вы не имели возможности сделать или иметь до сих пор): The guard stood aggressively, gun in hand, they were itching to shoot someone. — Охранники стояли в агрессивной позе, с ружьями наготове, им не терпелось в кого-нибудь выстрелить. She is just itching to tell you about your husband's affair, she doesn't realize you know already! — Она изнывает от желания рассказать вам о любовных интрижках вашего мужа, она не знает, что вы уже об этом знаете./ Ей не терпится рассказать вам о любовных интрижках вашего мужа, она не подозревает, что вы уже об этом знаете.
    17. to be dying — горячо желать чего-либо, до смерти хотеть чего-либо (потому, что вам это действительно очень нужно или потому, что это доставит вам большое удовольствие): I'm dying for a drink. — Let's go to the bar. — Умираю, хочу пить. — Пошли в буфет. I'm dying to go to the toilet — can we walk a bit faster? — Нельзя ли нам идти побыстрее, мне очень надо в туалет. She is dying to find out what happened. — Ей очень хочется выяснить, что случилось. Paul was dying for someone to recognize him after his appearance on TV. — Павлу смерть как хотелось, чтобы его узнавали, после того как он выступил по телевидению.
    18. to set one's heart on — хотеть добиться чего-либо, быть готовым добиваться чего-либо (так сильно хотеть чего-либо, что вы все время об этом думаете и если вы этого не добьетесь, то будете очень огорчены): We have set our hearts on this house in the country. — Мы очень хотели приобрести этот домик за городом./Этот домик за городом запал нам в душу. I've set my heart on becoming a pilot. — Я твердо решил стать пилотом.
    19. to dream of — хотеть, мечтать ( о чем-либо) (хотеть чего-либо, что хотелось иметь давно; хотеть то, что вам хочется иметь, но вы вряд ли сумеете получить): Не dreams of becoming a famous novelist. — Он мечтает стать известным романистом. То think that what I have dreamt of all my life is coming true! — Подумать только, что сбывается то, о чем я мечтала всю жизнь! Не owns the biggest business anyone could dream of. — Он владеет самым большим предприятием, о каком любой могбы только помечтать./ Он владеет самым большим бизнесом, какой любой хотел бы иметь.
    20. to long — горячо желать, сильно хотеть, стремиться, с нетерпением ждать (сильно хотеть или сделать что-либо, особенно, если это уже случалось в прошлом или о том, что может произойти в будущем; предполагает тоску по несбыточному): Не longed for the good old days when teachers were shown respect. — Он мечтал о тех прежних временах, когда учителей уважали./Он мечтал о прежних временах, когда учителям оказывали уважение. Не was longing for everyone to live so that he might think in peace about what had happened that day. — Он очень хочет, чтобы наступило такое время, когда каждый сможет спокойно подумать о том, что произошло в тот день. More than anything I long to have someone who loves me for myself. — Я больше всего мечтаю о том, чтобы у меня был кто-то, кто любил бы меня ради меня самой./Я больше всего хочу, чтобы у меня был кто-то, кто любил бы меня ради меня самой. The day I have longed for eventually came. — Наконец наступил тот день, о котором я мечтал.
    21. to yearn — очень сильно хотеть, мечтать, стремиться, жаждать (так сильно хотеть чего-либо, что без этого вы не будете счастливы и довольны; часто желать того, на что мало вероятности рассчитывать): Above all the prisoners yearned for freedom. — Больше всего на свете узникам хотелось свободы. By this time some career women begin to yearn for motherhood. — В наше время некоторые женщины, сделавшие себе карьеру, начинают мечтать о том, чтобы иметь ребенка. I have always yearned to travel. — Я всегда очень хотел путешествовать./Я всегда стремился путешествовать. They were yearning to have a baby. — Им очень хотелось иметь ребенка.
    22. to crave — желать ( чего-либо) (счастья, любви так сильно, что ни чем другом вы не можете думать; часто хотеть так, что трудно себя контролировать): have always craved for love and acceptance. — Я всегда мечтал о том, чтобы меня любили и признавали. Не at last gained a recognition he craved for. — Наконец он получил признание, о котором мечтал. Не craved forthe attention ofthe older boys. — Ему очень хотелось, чтобы старшие ребята обращали на него внимание.
    23. to hanker after — хотеть, мечтать, страстно желать (постоянно думать о чем-либо, что вам хочется иметь и огорчаться по поводу того, что у вас этого нет; обычно используется в разговорном стиле речи): After two months abroad he began to hanker after/about home cooking. — После двухмесячного пребывания за границей, он начал мечтать о домашней еде. I still hanker after a career in politics. — Я все еще мечтаю о политической карьере. She always hankered after thick curly hair. — Ей всегда очень хотелось, чтобы у нее были густые курчавые волосы.
    24. to aspire — хотеть, стремиться, мечтать (стремиться достичь успеха, особенно в карьере): to aspire to fame — стремиться к славе/гнаться за славой Не was a young writer, aspiring to fame. — Он был молодым писателем, стремящимся к славе. Не aspired to artistic perfection in all his painting. — Во всех своих картинах он стремился к художественному совершенству. She aspired to nothing less than the head of the company. — Ей очень хотелось стать во главе компании и не меньше.
    25. to need — хотеть, нуждаться (используется в разговорных ситуациях для выражения желания получить что-либо обычное): I need a drink — I'm off to the bar. — Я хочу пить — я пошел в буфет. Не looks like he badly needs a holiday. — У него такой вид, как будто ему срочно нужен отпуск.

    Русско-английский объяснительный словарь > хотеть

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  • Like mother, like daughter — Episodio de Gilmore Girls Episodio nº 7 Temporada 2 Escrito por Joan Binder Weiss Dirigido por Dennis …   Wikipedia Español

  • like mother, like daughter — The female equivalent of like father, like son. EZEKIEL xvi. 44 (AV) Every one..shall use this proverb against thee, saying, As is the mother, so is her daughter. a 1325 Cursor Mundi (EETS) 1. 18857 O suilk [such] a moder, wel slik [such] a child …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • like mother like daughter — daughters learn from their mothers, the behavior of a daughter often is the same as that of her mother …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Mother's Day — This article is about several worldwide days celebrating motherhood. For other uses, see Mother s Day (disambiguation). Mother s Day A homemade greeting card, one of many ways to honor one s mother Observed by Many countries …   Wikipedia

  • Mother's Day (U.S.) — This article is about the holiday in the United States of America. For Mother s Day as observed throughout the world, see Mother s Day. Mother s Day Examples of handmade Mother s Day gifts Observed by United States of America …   Wikipedia

  • mother — see like mother, like daughter the mother of mischief is no bigger than a midge’s wing diligence is the mother of good luck necessity is the mother of invention praise the child, and you make love to the mother …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • like — 1. adj., prep., adv., conj., & n. adj. (often governing a noun as if a transitive participle such as resembling) (more like, most like) 1 a having some or all of the qualities of another or each other or an original; alike (in like manner; as… …   Useful english dictionary

  • like father, like son — The variant form like father, like daughter also occurs. like mother, like daughter evolved separately, although both it and this proverb were fixed in this form in the seventeenth century. Cf. L. qualis pater talis filius, as is the father, so… …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • like — noun see like will to like like breeds like adjective see like father, like son like master, like man like mother, like daughter like people, like priest verb see …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • mother-of-pearl — 1. adjective Made from or looking like mother of pearl; iridescent or pearly. 2. noun The hard pearly inner layer of certain mollusk shells; nacre. Syn: nacre …   Wiktionary


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