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  • 1 ни в какое сравнение не идет с

    But such information cannot be compared to the results that may be obtained by regular observations by scientists on board orbital stations.

    Русско-английский словарь по космонавтике > ни в какое сравнение не идет с

  • 2 постоянный

    [син. неизменный; непрерывный; периодический, регулярный; стабильный]
    But such information cannot be compared to the results that may be obtained by regular observations by scientists on board orbital stations.
    To ensure constant effective operation of the solar cells the spacecraft is spin-stabilized at a rate of several degrees per minute.

    Русско-английский словарь по космонавтике > постоянный

  • 3 П-247

    В ПОДМЁТКИ HE ГОДИТСЯ (HE СТАНЕТ obs) кому-чему coll, rather derog VP subj: human, abstr, or concr pres or past only (1st var.) fut only (2nd var.)) (used when contrasting two people, things etc either on a general basis or with regard to a specific quality) one person or thing is so much worse than the other that they cannot even be compared
    X Y-y в подметки не годится - X cannot hold a candle to Y
    X doesn't come close to Y person X isn't fit to tie person Y4s shoelaces (bootlaces) person X isn't fit to shine person Y4s shoes (in limited contexts) person Y has more NP in his little finger than person X has in his whole body (there's) absolutely no comparison.
    Конечно, есть люди, может быть, красивее Сони, у них длинные косы, голубые глаза, какие-нибудь особенные ресницы, но всё это ерунда. Потому что они Соне в подметки не годятся (Трифонов 2). Naturally there are girls who are maybe prettier than Sonya, who have long braids, blue eyes and long eyelashes, but none of that matters. Because not one of them can hold a candle to Sonya (2a).
    (Бобчинский:) А я так думаю, что генерал-то ему (Хлестакову) в подметки не станет! (Гоголь 4). (В.:) And I, sir, think a general isn't fit to tie his (Khlestakov's) bootlaces! (4c).
    Эх, Любка, ты ведь и не знаешь, что я к тебе завтра утром приеду. Розка - зараза, в подметки не годится. Маникюр сделала и думает, что царица» (Семенов 1). "Ah, Lyubka, you don't even know that I'm coming to see you tomorrow morning. Rosa's a bitch —absolutely no comparison Had a manicure and thinks the world of herself" (1a).

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  • 4 в подметки не годится

    [VP; subj: human, abstr, or concr; pres or past only (1st var.; fut only (2nd var.)]
    =====
    (used when contrasting two people, things etc either on a general basis or with regard to a specific quality) one person or thing is so much worse than the other that they cannot even be compared:
    - X Y-y в подметки не годится X cannot hold a candle to Y;
    - [in limited contexts] person Y has more [NP] in his little finger than person X has in his whole body;
    - (there's) absolutely no comparison.
         ♦ Конечно, есть люди, может быть, красивее Сони, у них длинные косы, голубые глаза, какие-нибудь особенные ресницы, но всё это ерунда. Потому что они Соне в подметки не годятся (Трифонов 2). Naturally there are girls who are maybe prettier than Sonya, who have long braids, blue eyes and long eyelashes, but none of that matters. Because not one of them can hold a candle to Sonya (2a).
         ♦ [Бобчинский:] А я так думаю, что генерал-то ему [Хлестакову] в подметки не станет! (Гоголь 4). [В.:] And I, sir, think a general isn't fit to tie his [Khlestakov's] bootlaces! (4c).
         ♦ "Эх, Любка, ты ведь и не знаешь, что я к тебе завтра утром приеду. Розка - зараза, в подметки не годится. Маникюр сделала и думает, что царица" (Семенов 1). "Ah, Lyubka, you don't even know that I'm coming to see you tomorrow morning. Rosa's a bitch - absolutely no comparison Had a manicure and thinks the world of herself" (1a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > в подметки не годится

  • 5 в подметки не станет

    [VP; subj: human, abstr, or concr; pres or past only (1st var.; fut only (2nd var.)]
    =====
    (used when contrasting two people, things etc either on a general basis or with regard to a specific quality) one person or thing is so much worse than the other that they cannot even be compared:
    - [in limited contexts] person Y has more [NP] in his little finger than person X has in his whole body;
    - (there's) absolutely no comparison.
         ♦ Конечно, есть люди, может быть, красивее Сони, у них длинные косы, голубые глаза, какие-нибудь особенные ресницы, но всё это ерунда. Потому что они Соне в подметки не годятся (Трифонов 2). Naturally there are girls who are maybe prettier than Sonya, who have long braids, blue eyes and long eyelashes, but none of that matters. Because not one of them can hold a candle to Sonya (2a).
         ♦ [Бобчинский:] А я так думаю, что генерал-то ему [Хлестакову] в подметки не станет! (Гоголь 4). [В.:] And I, sir, think a general isn't fit to tie his [Khlestakov's] bootlaces! (4c).
         ♦ "Эх, Любка, ты ведь и не знаешь, что я к тебе завтра утром приеду. Розка - зараза, в подметки не годится. Маникюр сделала и думает, что царица" (Семенов 1). "Ah, Lyubka, you don't even know that I'm coming to see you tomorrow morning. Rosa's a bitch - absolutely no comparison Had a manicure and thinks the world of herself" (1a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > в подметки не станет

  • 6 Е-25

    ЕЩЁ БЫ! coll AdvP Invar used as affirm particle may be foil. by не + a relevant word or phrase from the preceding context: ещё бы я не знал, ещё бы (мне) не знать, ещё бы не серьёзно etc)
    1. used as an emphatic affirmative response to a question or rejoinder to a statement: (but) of course (I do ( he was etc))!
    and how! I'll say! I should say so! you said it! you bet!
    «Но по сравнению с общими работами ведь здесь и вправду лучше вам?» - «Ещё бы!» (Гинзбург 2). "But compared to manual labor outside, you really are better off here, aren't you?""Andhow!"(2a).
    (Букин:) Итак, на свадьбе будет ректор. Ты рада? (Маша:) Ещё бы (Вампилов 3). (В.:) And so the Provost is coming to the wedding. Are you glad? (M.:) I'll say (3b).
    Городничий:) Как ты думаешь, Анна Андреевна: можно влезть в генералы? (Анна Андреевна:) Ешё бы! конечно, можно (Гоголь 4). (Mayor:) What do you think, Anna Andreyevna? Could I become a general? (A.A.:J I should say so! Indeed you can (4f).
    (Катя:) Мне не нравится в Москве... У нас лучше, верно? (Алексей:) Еще бы! (Розов 1). (К.:) I don't like it here, in Moscow. Where we live, it's better-true? (A.:) You said it! (1a).
    Марджи, ну а вы, конечно, знаете, кто такой Макс Огородников?» — «Ешё бы!» (Аксенов 12). "Margie, of course, you know who Mr. Ogorodnikov is?" "You bet!" (12a).
    «Ты это серьёзно?» - тихо спросил Малькольмов. «Ещё бы не серьезно» (Аксёнов 6). ( context transl) "Do you mean that seriously?" Mal-kolmov asked quietly. "Never been more serious" (6a).
    2. there is nothing unusual (in what has been stated), nothing different could be expected ( usu. foil. by an explanation as to why): (therefe) nothing surprising about (in) that
    no wonder of course (not) (in limited contexts) how could s.o. not (do sth.) ( sth. not (happen) etc).
    ...Никто не молчал, все сразу говорили, гудели, галдели, и общий рокот как волнами бил по комнате. Ну, ещё бы! -российская любовь излить душу (Солженицын 5)....Not one of them (was) silent, all (were) talking at once, babbling and bawling, so that the general din swept across the room in waves. Nothing surprising in that! The Russian loves to pour out his heart (5a).
    Уходя, он скользнул взглядом по моей офицерской шашке «за храбрость» с анненским красным темляком, одиноко висевшей на пустой летней вешалке, и, как мне показалось, болезненно усмехнулся. Ещё бы: город занят неприятелем, а в квартире на виду у всех вызывающе висит русское офицерское оружие! (Катаев 3). When about to leave, he let his eye rest for a moment on my officer's sword, with its red St Anne sword-knot "for bravery," which hung forlornly on the empty summer hat-stand, and, so it seemed to me, a pained smile crossed his lips. No wonder. The city was occupied by enemy troops, and here, hung up challengingly for all to see, were the arms of a Russian officer! (3a).
    Впрочем, мы друг друга понять не можем я по крайней мере не имею чести вас понимать». - «Ещё бы! — воскликнул Базаров. - Человек всё в состоянии понять - и как трепещет эфир и что на солнце происходит а как другой человек может иначе сморкаться, чем он сам сморкается, этого он понять не в состоянии» (Тургенев 2). "We cannot understand one another, or, at least, I have not the honour of understanding you." "Of course not!" exclaimed Bazarov. "Man is capable of understanding everything-the vibration of ether and what's going on in the sun
    but why another person should blow his nose differently from him-that, he's incapable of understanding" (2c).

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  • 7 еще бы!

    ЕЩЕ БЫ! coll
    [AdvP; Invar; used as affirm particle; may be foll. by не + a relevant word or phrase from the preceding context: ещё бы я не знал, ещё бы (мне) не знать, ещё бы не серьёзно etc]
    =====
    1. used as an emphatic affirmative response to a question or rejoinder to a statement:
    - (but) of course (I do <he was etc>)!;
    - and how!;
    - I'll say!;
    - I should say so!;
    - you said it!;
    - you bet!
         ♦ "Но по сравнению с общими работами ведь здесь и вправду лучше вам?" - "Ещё бы!" (Гинзбург 2). "But compared to manual labor outside, you really are better off here, aren't you?""Andhow!"(2a).
         ♦ [Букин:] Итак, на свадьбе будет ректор. Ты рада? [Маша:] Ещё бы (Вампилов 3). [В.:] And so the Provost is coming to the wedding. Are you glad? [M.:] I'll say (3b).
         ♦ [Городничий:] Как ты думаешь, Анна Андреевна: можно влезть в генералы? [Анна Андреевна:] Ещё бы! конечно, можно (Гоголь 4). [Mayor:] What do you think, Anna Andreyevna? Could I become a general? [A.A.:] I should say so! Indeed you can (4f).
         ♦ [Катя:] Мне не нравится в Москве... У нас лучше, верно? [Алексей:] Ешё бы! (Розов 1). [К.:] I don't like it here, in Moscow. Where we live, it's better - true? [A.:] You said it! (1a).
         ♦ "Марджи, ну а вы, конечно, знаете, кто такой Макс Огородников?" - "Ешё бы!" (Аксенов 12). "Margie, of course, you know who Mr. Ogorodnikov is?" "You bet!" (12a).
         ♦ "Ты это серьёзно?" - тихо спросил Малькольмов. "Ещё бы не серьезно" (Аксёнов 6). [context transl] "Do you mean that seriously?" Malkolmov asked quietly. "Never been more serious" (6a).
    2. there is nothing unusual (in what has been stated), nothing different could be expected (usu. foll. by an explanation as to why):
    - (thertfs) nothing surprising about <in> that;
    - [in limited contexts] how could s.o. not (do sth.) < sth. not (happen) etc>.
         ♦...Никто не молчал, все сразу говорили, гудели, галдели, и обший рокот как волнами бил по комнате. Ну, ешё бы! российская любовь излить душу (Солженицын 5) Not one of them [was] silent, all [were] talking at once, babbling and bawling, so that the general din swept across the room in waves. Nothing surprising in that! The Russian loves to pour out his heart (5a).
         ♦ Уходя, он скользнул взглядом по моей офицерской шашке "за храбрость" с анненским красным темляком, одиноко висевшей на пустой летней вешалке, и, как мне показалось, болезненно усмехнулся. Ещё бы: город занят неприятелем, а в квартире на виду у всех вызывающе висит русское офицерское оружие! (Катаев 3). When about to leave, he let his eye rest for a moment on my officer's sword, with its red St Anne sword-knot "for bravery," which hung forlornly on the empty summer hat-stand, and, so it seemed to me, a pained smile crossed his lips. No wonder. The city was occupied by enemy troops, and here, hung up challengingly for all to see, were the arms of a Russian officer! (3a).
         ♦ "Впрочем, мы друг друга понять не можем; я по крайней мере не имею чести вас понимать". - "Ещё бы! - воскликнул Базаров. - Человек всё в состоянии понять - и как трепещет эфир и что на солнце происходит; а как другой человек может иначе сморкаться, чем он сам сморкается, этого он понять не в состоянии" (Тургенев 2). "We cannot understand one another; or, at least, I have not the honour of understanding you." "Of course not!" exclaimed Bazarov. "Man is capable of understanding everything-the vibration of ether and what's going on in the sun; but why another person should blow his nose differently from him-that, he's incapable of understanding" (2c).

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  • 8 общность

    Общность - generality, universality, commonality
     It appears that Perry's results cannot be viewed with a high degree of reliability or generality.
     To check the universality of this scaling, these curves are compared to previously mentioned investigations.
     In any study of commonality, the designer is faced with proper resolution of the conflicting desighn goals as summarized in Table.

    Русско-английский научно-технический словарь переводчика > общность

  • 9 старого воробья на мякине не проведёшь

    старого воробья на < пустой> мякине не проведёшь (не обманешь)
    посл.
    an old bird is not to be caught with chaff, old birds are not to be caught with chaff; there is no catching old birds with chaff; you cannot catch an old bird (old birds) with chaff

    - Макарушка меня вроде за глупого считает, а дюже он ошибается! Молодой он супротив меня, мелко плавает, и все ягоды у него наруже, а меня, старого воробья, на пустой мякине не проведёшь, нет, не проведёшь! (М. Шолохов, Поднятая целина) — 'Makarushka seems to take me for a dim-wit, but he's mighty wrong! He's only a milksop compared to me, a mere chicken, doesn't know any of the tricks of the trade, but I'm an old bird, and you can't catch an old bird like me with chaff, that you can't!'

    Русско-английский фразеологический словарь > старого воробья на мякине не проведёшь

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