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verbally

  • 1 verbally

    {'və:bəli}
    1. устно
    2. словом
    3. дума по дума
    * * *
    {'vъ:bъli} adv 1. устно; 2. словом; 3. дума по дума.
    * * *
    устно;
    * * *
    1. дума по дума 2. словом 3. устно

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  • 2 verbal

    {'və:bl}
    I. 1. словесен, езиков
    2. устен (за съобщение, договор, показания и пр.)
    3. буквален, дословен (за превод и пр.)
    4. глаголен, отглаголен
    VERBAL noun отглаголно съществително
    5. дипл. вербален (за нота)
    II. 1. отглаголно съществително/прилагателно
    2. устно изявление/твърдение (особ. пред полицията)
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    {'vъ:bl} а 1. словесен, езиков; 2. устен (за съобщение, догово(2) {'vъ:bl} n 1. отглаголно съществително/прилагателно; 2. ус
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    словесен; отглаголен; буквален; вербален; глаголен; дословен; езиков;
    * * *
    1. i. словесен, езиков 2. ii. отглаголно съществително/прилагателно 3. verbal noun отглаголно съществително 4. буквален, дословен (за превод и пр.) 5. глаголен, отглаголен 6. дипл. вербален (за нота) 7. устен (за съобщение, договор, показания и пр.) 8. устно изявление/твърдение (особ. пред полицията)
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    verbal[´və:bl] I. adj 1. словесен, езиков; \verbal accuracy точен език; \verbal distinctions разграничения между отделни думи; \verbal error погрешна употреба на дума; a good \verbal memory памет за думи; \verbal subtleties езикови тънкости; \verbal communication ( contract, evidence) устно съобщение (договор, показания); 2. буквален, дословен; \verbal translation буквален превод; 3. глаголен, отглаголен; \verbal noun отглаголно съществително; 4. устен, словесен, вербален; \verbal note вербална нота; FONT face=Times_Deutsch◊ adv verbally; II. n 1. отглаголно производно; 2. ез. дума в глаголна употреба; 3. sl изтръгнато устно признание (при арест); III. v sl принуждавам някого да признае вина (при арестуване).

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