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  • 1 agro-pastoral,

    ale adj. (de agro- et pastoral) който развива земеделие и скотовъдство едновременно.

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  • 2 pastoral,

    e, aux adj. (lat. pastoralis, de pastor) 1. овчарски, пастирски; 2. селски; 3. лит. пасторален; 4. църк. който се отнася до духовен пастир; епископски; 5. f. лит., муз. пасторала; 6. m. пасторален стил, жанр.

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  • 3 bâton

    m. (bas lat. bastum, de °bastare "porter") 1. пръчка; donner des coups de bâton а qqn. бия с пръчка някого; 2. тояга, сопа; бастун; bâton de vieillese бастун на стар човек; щека за ски; 3. жезъл; bâton de maréchal маршалски жезъл; bâton pastoral владишки жезъл; 4. bâton de chaise пръчка на стол; ост. дръжка на носилка; 5. пръчка на барабан; 6. цилидричен предмет; bâton de craie парче тебешир; bâton de rouge а levres червило; 7. чертичка (при обучение на деца да пишат); 8. разг. сума от един милион сантима (или преди паричната реформа от 1960 г. - сума от един милион франка). Ќ а bâtons rompus с прекъсване; bâton de vieillesse разг. опора на стари години; batte l'eau avec un bâton разг. правя дупка в морето; mener une vie de bâton de chaise разг. водя разгулен живот; mettre (jeter) des bâtons dans la roue разг. спирам, попречвам нещо да стане (слагам прът в колелото); tour de bâton разг. незаконна печалба; retour de bâton неочаквана реакция, отговор; bâton de berger овчарска гега.

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  • 4 pastoralement

    adv. (de pastoral) 1. по пастирски, по овчарски; 2. добре издържан в духовно отношение.

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  • 5 pastoralisme

    m. (de pastoral) селскостопанска икономика; начин на експлоатиране на земята, при който се набляга на екстензивното обработване.

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См. также в других словарях:

  • pastoral poem — Madrigal Mad ri*gal (m[a^]d r[i^]*gal), n. [It. madrigale, OIt. madriale, mandriale (cf. LL. matriale); of uncertain origin, possibly fr. It mandra flock, L. mandra stall, herd of cattle, Gr. ma ndra fold, stable; hence, madrigal, originally, a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pastoral — ► ADJECTIVE 1) relating to the farming or grazing of sheep or cattle. 2) (of a literary, artistic, or musical work) portraying country life, especially in an idealized form. 3) relating to the giving of spiritual guidance by a member of the… …   English terms dictionary

  • pastoral — adj. & n. adj. 1 of, relating to, or associated with shepherds or flocks and herds. 2 (of land) used for pasture. 3 (of a poem, picture, etc.) portraying country life, usu. in a romantic or idealized form. 4 of or appropriate to a pastor. n. 1 a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pastoral — adj 1. bucolic, simple, idyllic, paradisiacal, Edenic; serene, tranquil, halcyon, quiet, restful, peaceful, placid, pacific, irenic; modest, uncomplicated, uncomplex, unsophisticated, innocent, untainted, unblemished; sweet, lovely, gentle,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • pastoral — [ pα:st(ə)r(ə)l] adjective 1》 used for or relating to the farming or grazing of sheep or cattle. 2》 portraying country life, especially in an idealized or romanticized form. 3》 relating to the giving of spiritual guidance. 4》 of or denoting a… …   English new terms dictionary

  • pastoral — I. a. 1. Rural, rustic, of shepherds. 2. Bucolic. 3. Ministerial, of a pastor. II. n. Bucolic, idyl, eclogue, pastoral poem …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • Pastoral — Pastoral, as an adjective, refers to the lifestyle of shepherds and pastoralists, moving livestock around larger areas of land according to seasons and availability of water and feed. Pastoral also describes literature, art and music which… …   Wikipedia

  • Pastoral — Pas tor*al, n. 1. A poem describing the life and manners of shepherds; a poem in which the speakers assume the character of shepherds; an idyl; a bucolic. [1913 Webster] A pastoral is a poem in which any action or passion is represented by its… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pastoral — [pas′tərəl, päs′tərəl] adj. [ME pastoralle < L pastoralis < pastor, a shepherd: see PASTOR] 1. of shepherds or their work, way of life, etc. 2. of or portraying rural life or, formerly, a highly conventionalized form of rustic life among… …   English World dictionary

  • pastoral — (adj.) of or pertaining to shepherds, early 15c., from O.Fr. pastoral, from L. pastoralis, from pastor (see PASTOR (Cf. pastor) (n.)). The noun sense of poem dealing with country life generally is from 1580s. Pastorale (in the Italian form)… …   Etymology dictionary

  • pastoral — 1. adjective /ˌpæsˈtɔːɹəl,ˈpæs.tə.ɹəl/ a) Of or pertaining to shepherds; hence, relating to rural life and scenes; as, a pastoral life. , He wanders west as far as Memphis, a solitary migrant upon that flat and pastoral landscape. 1985 , ,… …   Wiktionary


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