Апресян Ю.Д. Англо-русский синонимический словарь
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Апресян Ю.Д.
Англо-русский синонимический словарь
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the cattle roamed about the forest скот бродил no лесу; Inrngry wolves were roving the woods голодные волки рыска ли в лесах; wild animals prowl at night дикие животные рыщут по ночам в по исках добычи (примеры см. тж. ||).

[И] She was as happy and carefree as she had always been: quilt; happy and content to wander half-naked anu hungry with her tribe.. (K. S. Prichard, ‘The fianring N indies'). And и liable to keep ivtill, she went np lonely on tlie Box hill, and wandered amnng ihe yew trees srid spindleberry bushes, till she was tired., (J. Galsworthy, 'Swim Swig’). It was told autumn weather, but in spite of the culd they wandered up and down Lhe roads of the Park fur nearly three Lours (J. Joyce. ‘Dubliners'). Nearly every day when his teaching in the college was ended he used to wander down the quays to the second-hand booksellers.. (J. Joyce, ‘Dubliners). He wandered I hence into the bathroom (J. Galsworthy, ‘Swim Song'). A hog or two wandered aimlessly about (F. Norris, 'The Octopus’).

He dared not go near Ruth's house in the day-time but night found him lurk ing like a thief around lhe Morse home..

1 le strayed there often, hiding under a dark tree on lhe opposite side of the street.. (J. London, 'Martin Eden'). The isolation of his manner and colour lent him the appearance of a creature from "lophet, who had strayed into ihe pellucid srnokelessness of Ihis region of yellow grain.. (Th. Hardy, ' Teas of ihe tl'Urber- viihs').

On lhe gray moisture of the grass were marks where the cows had lain through the night-dark-green islands of dryherbage.. From each island proceeded я serpentine trail, by which the cow had rambled away to feed after getting up.. (Th. Hardy, 'Tess of lhe d' Urbcrvilles’).

His evenings were spoilt either before his lady’s piano or roaming about the outskirts of the city (J. Joyce, ‘Dublin ers') , All day Buck (a dog) brooded hy the pool or roamed restlessly about the camp (J. London, ‘The Cult of the Wild'). ,,l have battled through a varied expe rience with many men and many nations, and roamed over half the globe.. (Ch. Bronte, 'Jane Eyre"). Upon lhe wide uplands ,, these dark wild little creatures (mountain ponies) roamed In large num bers (A. J. Cronin. 'The Citadel'). The guide-books have not a word to say about it {the Angel Street), and tliiao motor coaches .. that roam about I lie city in the early Evening never go near il (J. B, Priestley. ‘Angel Pavement').

..they roved along the meads by creep* inp: paths which followed the brinks ot trickling tributary brooks.. (Th. Hardy, ‘Tess of the d' Urbervilles’). For years I roved about, living first in one capi tal, then another.. (Ch. Bronte, 'Jane Eyre').

..lie may have loitered about railway stations and prowled about inns.. (H, G. Wells, ‘The Invisible Man'), Do sit down, James; you’re getting on my fiervas, prowling aroit/irl like i ha t (K- Amis, ‘Lucky Jim'). Hyenas prowl in nullahs and headlights dazzle them (£. M. Forster, 'A Passage to India').

I see nothing of her—she's got her own mother down — they go gadding about