Апресян Ю.Д. Англо-русский синонимический словарь
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Апресян Ю.Д.
Англо-русский синонимический словарь
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agreeable people I results] приятные люди [хорошие результаты].

Grateful гочетоетс я преимущественно

с существительными, обозначающими

процессы, я в л с и н я п р и р о * д ы. о щ у щ с н и я (примеры см. 11). Gratifying — с нагшаинями д е il с т - и н И, с и г у а ц к й, ощущений (примеры см.

Welcome — с наяна киям и ,.'1 и ц {г.чап- пым образом, а с.")oi:иtonciаннях a wel come guest /visitor/ дорогой /желанны»/ гость, a welcome companion прнятпый собеседник), а также продуктов и х деятельности, я и л с и и ii при роды и т, п. (примеры гл. TJ)•

[Wl So George Augustus set up in rural Kent as a writer, in a pleasant little cot tage which Isabel had found for them (R. Aldington, ‘Death of a Hfiro'). She was dressed in pleasant shades of tan and brown (B. Tar'kingUm, ‘Mary Smith'). At night some slept in the trucks and trailers, but also there were tents pitched in (peasant plates.. (J. Stein heck, ‘Trawls with Charley    in    Search    af    America').

His nose twitched at the pleasant smell of bacon and eggs (J. Lindsay, *Betrayed Spring'). One crusty old gentleman object ed, but 1 got in, notwithstanding; and, putting my checsesupon the rack, squeez ed down with a pleasant smile, and said it was a warm dav (J. К. Jerome,

*Three Men in    и    Boat').    She    had never

called him by    his first name    before and

1he sound came    to him    as    a pleasant

shock and surprise (M. Mitchell, ‘Cane wiih the Wind ). His rellections, as he strode along, were pleasant (A. J. Cro nin, 'Nutter's Castle ). If he even talked

lo the others—the fellows who had been so pleasant and friendly in the train—lie would be misunderstood (R, Aldington, ‘Sacrifice Post'). I hated llie bright day that would make 11 tings pleasant, and the bracing air that forced me to feel the luxury of breathing, whether I liked it or not (W. Oil linn, ‘The Law and lhe Lady'). If we hud had waterproof coats it would have been pleasant enough to drive in that spring rain (E. Hemingway, ‘A Move able Feast'). Camping out in rainy weather is not pleasant (J. 1(. Jerome, 'Three Men in a Boat').

It has fallen to my lot this evening,, as in years past, to perform a very pleas ing task, but a task for vJiiili 1 am afraid my poor powers as a speaker are all loo inadequate (J, Joyce, 'Dubliners'), But the flowers tn the park were pleasing, and the waters of the Serpentine shone and were still, and the rhestnut trees were coming alight (,/. Galsworthy, 'End of ike Chapter"). Philadelphia was no longer pleasing to him (Th, Dreiser, ‘The Tilun ). It struck me as pleasing that 1 should be soothing ihe family. If struck me as evert more pleasing that I should be doing it by announcing that I intended to marry in as orthodox a manner as my father did (C, P. Snow, ‘The Conscience af the Rich'). There was something very pleasing in his mild blue eyes (Ilf'. 5. Maugham, ‘A Friend in Need’). The remainder of his per son was pleasing, and his dress suited soberly to his position.. (A. J, Cronin, 'Halter's Cuslte). ‘Or else,’ said Clovis, 'that he has a very pleasing wit' (Я, H. Mumo, 'The Brogue').

In fact, seeing him enter her bedroom this morning, she sensed at once that something agreeable was afoot, since his look and his stride so indicated (Th. Drei ser, 'The Stott'). She had found that this omission made for a more agreeable eve ning (D. Parker, ‘Glory in lhe Daytime’). The mine manager received him in agree able fashion, invited him to sit dowm, pushed over the packet of cigarettes on his desk (A. J. Cronin, ‘The Citadel'). The light music of w'hisky falling into glasses made an agreeable interlude (J. Joyce, 'Dubliners'). Nettie, an agreeable girl, bad learned to move softly about her work (D. Parker, ‘Big Blonde'). He had a round agreeable face and when he said this he smiled very pleasantly (Sh. Jachsnn, 'The Villager ). There were also English girls of good family or of wealth, who wanted a training in culture and the arts, wiih a general knowledge nf Jtfe and so- ciul facility who would be turned out agreeable, well groomed anti able to take purl in intelligent discussion on any subject (A. Christie, ‘Cat among the Pigeons'). And to dinner Martin came, making himself agreeable with the fat wholesale butcher and his fatter wife.. (J. Londonj 'Martin Eden').

George Dorety stood ait, near Captain Cullen, less bundled in clothes than usual, soaking in the grateful warmth as lie watched the scene (J. London, 'Make- Westing') ■ The warm, still air descended upon him like a cloak, grate ful, comforting, dispelling the chill that lurked in the damp mould of plaster and crumbling adobe (f. Л'отч. 'The Oa'o-