Упражнение 20 Unit 4
ГДЗ English Михеева 11 класс - ответы
1. admit (v : 1) to agree that sth is true, especially when you are unhappy, sorry or surprised about it. "I can't sing at all," she admitted. He is unwilling to admit being jealous of his brother. To admit defeat. After months of protests, the government was forced to admit defeat and abandon the policy; 2) to allow to enter, let in. We were admitted to the dub Iast week.
2. alight (v : 1) to get down from or out of a vehicle. John alighted from the bus and walked in the direction of the hotel. Passengers should not alight from the train until it has stopped; 2) to land, to fly onto sth and stop there. The bird alighted on a branch.
3. attachment (n : 1) sth attached. My camera has a flash and several other attachments; 2) liking or affection. There was a strong attachment between the two cousins. He felt a particular attachment to his father's family.
4. consequence (n : 1) a result. This decision will have important consequences for you. As a consequence/in consequence (formal . She has Hved in France and as a consequence speaks French fluently; 2) importance. That paper is of little consequence if any at all.
5. consequently (adv : therefore, as a result. They have increased the number of staff and consequently the service is better.
6. delicious (adj : 1) with a very pleasant taste or smell. This sauce is delicious with fish or vegetables. The fruit tasted delicious; 2) (literary) very pleasant or enjoyable, delightful. She felt a delicious floating sensation.
7. drench (v : to soak completely. They went out in the rain and were drenched to the skin. We were completely drenched after our walk. Joseph was drenched with sweat.
8. embroider (v : to decorate with designs in needlework. She embroidered her name on her handkerchief. Linda embroidered her gown with figures of winged creatures.
9. gain (v : 1) to get sth good by doing sth. What have I to gain by staying here?; 2) to have an increase ['inkri:s] in sth. He gained strength after his illness.
10. glow (v : 1) to give out heat or light without any flame. The coal was glowing in the fire; 2) to be rosy, to blush. Her cheeks were glowing after her brisk walk. She glowed with happiness.
11. misery (n : great unhappiness. Forgetyoarmiseries and come oat with me. Those children were living in misery, withoat hoasing, school or clinics.
12. mutter (v : to utter words in a quiet voice especially when grumbling. He mattered an apology and then left. "That's a matter of opinion," she mattered ander her breath. To mutter to yourself, to mutter sth about sb/sth. Her hasband mattered something aboat going oat to find her.
13. prick (v : 1) to make a very small hole in the surface of sth with a sharp object. Prick the saasages with a fork. He pricked his finger and drew blood; 2) to cause or experience a guilty or embarrassed feeling when you know you are doing sth wrong. Her conscience pricked her. To prick (up) your ears: to start listening to sth very carefully because it sounds interesting. The dog pricked ap its ears at the soand of the doorbell.
14. remark (v : to comment, to say. He remarked on the time. He remarked that it was too late.
to cry for the moon
to have a fever
to come to the point
to trifle with sb
to put up somewhere
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