Translation: from english to russian

from russian to english

a lot better

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  • I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better — Infobox Song Name =I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better Border = Caption = Type =album track Artist =The Byrds alt Artist =Tom Petty, Hazvuvim, Flamin Groovies, Charly Garcia Album =Mr. Tambourine Man Published = Released =June 21, 1965 Recorded =April… …   Wikipedia

  • better — 1 adjective (comparative of good) 1 more useful, interesting, satisfactory, effective, suitable etc: Your stereo is better than mine. | a better job with a better salary | It was one of the better Broadway shows I ve seen. | There must be a… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • lot — lot1 W1S1 [lɔt US la:t] pron, adv 1.) a lot also lots informal a large amount or number ▪ We ve spent a lot on the children s education. ▪ How many CDs have you got? Lots. a lot of ▪ They paid a lot of money for that house. ▪ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • better — bet|ter1 W1S1 [ˈbetə US ər] adj [: Old English; Origin: betera] 1.) [comparative of good] more useful, interesting, satisfactory, effective, suitable etc ≠ ↑worse ▪ Your stereo is better than mine. ▪ a better job with a better salary ▪ There must …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • better — I UK [ˈbetə(r)] / US [ˈbetər] adjective *** 1) a) more satisfactory, suitable, pleasant, effective, or of higher quality etc She s trying to find a better job. better than: The results were better than we had expected. get better (= improve): The …   English dictionary

  • better — bet|ter1 [ betər ] function word *** Better is the comparative form of good and well, and can be used in the following ways: as an adjective: a better method of teaching languages The weather is better today. as an adverb: Our opponents played… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • lot — lot1 [ lat ] function word, quantifier *** A lot can be used in the following ways: as an adverb: He seems to like her a lot. (before a comparative adjective or adverb): I feel a lot better. as a pronoun: We didn t get paid a lot, but we had fun …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Lot — n. & v. n. 1 colloq. (prec. by a or in pl.) a a large number or amount (a lot of people; lots of chocolate). b colloq. much (a lot warmer; smiles a lot; is lots better). 2 a each of a set of objects used in making a chance selection. b this… …   Useful english dictionary

  • lot */*/*/ — I UK [lɒt] / US [lɑt] adverb, pronoun Summary: A lot can be used in the following ways: as an adverb: He seems to like her a lot. (before a comparative adjective or adverb): I feel a lot better. as a pronoun: We didn t get paid a lot, but we had… …   English dictionary

  • lot*/*/*/ — [lɒt] grammar word I summary: A lot can be: ■ an adverb: He seems to like her a lot. ♦ I feel a lot better. ■ a pronoun: We didn t get paid a lot, but we had fun. ♦ A lot of people don t like the idea much. Lots can be a pronoun like a lot but is …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • lot — /lɒt / (say lot) noun 1. one of a set of objects drawn from a receptacle, etc., to decide a question or choice by chance. 2. the casting or drawing of such objects as a method of deciding something: to choose a person by lot. 3. the decision or… …   Australian English dictionary


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