Апресян Ю.Д. Англо-русский синонимический словарь
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Апресян Ю.Д.
Англо-русский синонимический словарь
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Itrr face was heavy and surly, like и lace in a Spanish religious painting,. (t. Murdoch, VI Sei'eredHead'). Mr. Brass, Hu nsling out his night-capped head, billed, in a surly voice: 'Who’s there?'

f..Vi. Dickens, ‘The Old Curiosity Shop').

I is philosophy left him; and surly anger ltmk its place (J. Galsworthy, ‘The Man <tj Proper Ii/'). Loiter shut hj> his month, Hrrtl listened to him with gruff and surly nlli’iition (H. В. Stowe, 'Uncle Tom's dobin'). 11 turned out to be a surly speech, UN il progressed., (L.C. Douglas/ Magnif- lu'ril Obsession').

..lie started silently in front of him wllU a sulky pout on his moulh (It". S. Maugham, JTheatreAntonia, who looked much older and whose face lunl developed an expression of sulky IrnlabiJity which was new to it.. (/. Mur doch., ‘.4 Severed Head'), '1 am not marry ing her because she is rich/ was the sulky reply (E. M. Forster, ' Where Angels ii'tir lo Tread').

..tlie lawyers, with glum faces, had Inld her that after the debts were paid llicy were afraid that nothing would lie hit at all (117. S. Maugham, ‘Up at the Villa'). And from the nursery window I;lcur would see him, departing at his ц1иш and measured gait, with a comp mic tions relief (J. Galsworthy, ‘Swan Song'), Tiie voice was still very glum (A. Ben- iH'tt, ‘The Old Wives’ Tale'), Bored by lhe mail, he gianced at his calender for the afternoon, and grunted with glum pleasure {H. Wonk, ‘Marjorie Morning- star’).

‘Then why,’ she asks in a low voice, and without removing her gloomy look from those distant stars, ‘do yon detain me in this house?' (Ch. Dickens, ‘Bleak House'). For the first and last time (hat morning Gadge made gloomy inter jection (A. J. Cronin, ‘The Citadel'), 'Liven if you had the money 1 douhl if it would save you.’ said Phil Hay, seeing jne lost in a gloomy despair (M. Brad- don. 'Robert Ainsleigh’).

SUMMON I, CALL ‘побуждать ко го-л. я литься худа-л. ’ вызывать, при глашать, звать.

|Д1 Синонимы отличаются друг от дру га по следующим сгныанолым л риз на хам:

1) свойства субъект 0,2) формы и о Суждения (требование, просьба, приглашение и т. п.), 3) средства в е - р е д а ч н сообщения адресату. Summon предполагает, что субъект о б - лечен властью, является о ф и •

Ц И .1 Л Ь1| Ы М ЛНЦОМ И и ClL.iy i'l'dia имеет право требов зп., чтобы и наз наченное время адресат явился в ука занное ему место; при этом длн пере дачи требования могут использовать ся любые средства: he touched the electric button lo summon lhe secretary on нажал на кнопку электрического а вон ка, чтобы позвать /вызвать/ секре таря; to summon the children to the classroom позвать детей в класс; ‘Well, a week later she was summoned again to lhe office in Cornhill'