.....till I’titijilus (E, Segal, ‘Love Story').
H>. illai'tiMi'd Hit- nature of their homes -'■i |irt'vimis existences, which hud и i i >il bisi iiiiiliiig unreality up on that , height (J. Galsworthy, ‘To Let'). " llit1 leu they discussed where they d r ■ .I llic iiilcriionn, and come round to lli. ulrii wilh which they'd begun — a ■■ hi in Hi'l11* Vue (J. Lindsay. ‘Betrayed
Piiij;') Ли obstacle to the new motor I, whose abolition was always being UMcil in the Town Council, and whose hu'lioii was only postponed because llmkriess ol the walls made it loo
■ i' и iw (7?. Aldington, 'Death of a 11> ' ) I lid not my saga-men discuss cases lit I In'11 Imotlis before they came to the yh .ii ileti;ites ill the tiling? (C. P. Snow,
11 lw Л1 niters’). She just said that her liiiln i and her husband were both doctors, ■•tul lie wanted to be discussed as though
■ lii' '.'i'vr a case in front of the class (C. P. Siiii'The Conscience of the Pick'). \\ In и I consider ihe greatness lhat lid- п.ml Drift ield uflerward achieved !
i nun il Ijul smile as I remember the In In.hi in which he was discussed at пн inii'liA table (W. S. Maugham,
I u/..л iaid A le').
lie walked up and down constantly. *limd by the hour at street corners arguing I In' |4imtT and made noles; but in the pud il was Mrs. Kearney who arranged pvri tilling (J. Joyce, ‘Dubliners'). Noth ing lin y could тике people believe could и Hit i( for me, i let him talk, argue — lull' , argue. He went on and on and on J (.tmrad, ‘Lord Jim’). As they argued In1 у hissed a hand towel back and forth In ill у themselves (M. Wilson, 'Lii# with Lightning'). Magnus, knowing u-ith wlinm he had to deal, did not urge the |tninl, being convinced that Annixter would argue over Ihe affair the rest of I lii' morning (F. Aorria, ‘The Octopus'). Mn‘.1 itf the speculators were busy until (Win 1 у morning writing reports, arguing Mini i|iiarrell iug about the probable value ii| llii' mine (K. 5. Prichard, ‘The Roaring Лini'HiK'). He didn’t argue with the nlil biiiy about religion (D. Carter, 'l:a- lltrih's* Sons). They had all argued so (iiui'li round their tears and hopes during llii' lust few days that what they wanted ihii-.I was an end of uncertainties (./, Lind- •tin. 'Betrayed Spring'). ..behind liim I"- lii'nrd Americans loudly arguing on ml (II - S. Maugham, 'Of Human Bond- ||цг ). She stood at the door, haggard with rage, arguing with her husband and daughter, gesticulating with them (J. Joyce. ' Dubliner s'). No, no. You're arguing against a decision (C. P. Snow. ‘The Affair).
0 Апгло-руеск. си и пн и м. ел.
Then they tried to laugh, and went on debating in whispers the object-lesson before them (Th. Hardy, ‘Jude the. Ob scure') . The man said they were to get a cab Гог him. While the point was being de bated a tall agile gentleman of fair complexion, wearing a lonjj yellow ulster, came from the Far end of the bar (J. Joyce, ’Dubliners'). He went lo the length of debating with Hope — who assured him that on his capital il was suicide — the plan of taking a house and setting out his plate on chance (A. J. Cronin, 'The Citadel). They also debated whether they could tolerate the criminal eccentricities of the present occupant of the cave for yet another three weeks (A. Bcnnell, 'The Old Unites’ Tula’). Tomorrow they will debate ’Is there a Meeting Point?' — between dif ferent religions and between religious and nan-religious people including Marx ists (‘Morning Star, Jan. 1. 1969).
1 didn’t dispute that with her. Sophai had plenty of brains, and conclusions she had drawn could he relied upon (Л. Christie, ‘Crooked House'). At once I said, ‘Ah! But he is not like that'. This, it seemed, she did not intend lo dispute; but after a tinie the strange still whisper wandering dreamily in the air stole into my ears, ‘Why is he different?’ (J. Conrad, ‘Lord Jim'). I would dispute with vou if I could, but 1 can’t — 1 havenft stamina enough (IF. Collins, ‘The Woman in White').
DISTANT I. FAR, FAR-OFF, FAR -AWAY, REMOTE, рейс. REMOVED
1. 'находящийся на большом расстоя нии' далекий, дальний, отдаленный, удаленный.
!Л1 Си но mi мы отличаются друг от дру га но следующим смыслоным признакам: 1) звачопмыюсть рассто яния между двуMsi объектами, 2) по ложение наблюдателя отно сительно этих объектов, 3) стацио нарность — нестационар но с т ъ объектов, 4) наличие связей между ними.
Distunt н Ear указывают только на нали чие значительного рассто яния между двумя предметами пли (преимущественно distant) между мее-