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    {'længwidʒ}
    1. език, реч
    bad/foul/aм. sl. warm/profane LANGUAGE ругатни, хули, псувни
    fine LANGUAGE префърцунен език
    finger LANGUAGE езикът на глухонемите
    to use bad LANGUAGE, разг. to use LANGUAGE говоря грубо, ругая, псувам
    I won't have any LANGUAGE here тук псувни да не чувам
    2. attr езиков
    to speak the same LANGUAGE говорим на същия език, имаме еднакви вкусове
    * * *
    {'langwij} n 1. език, реч; bad/foul/aм. sl. warm/profane
    * * *
    реч; език; езиков;
    * * *
    1. attr езиков 2. bad/foul/aм. sl. warm/profane language ругатни, хули, псувни 3. fine language префърцунен език 4. finger language езикът на глухонемите 5. i won't have any language here тук псувни да не чувам 6. to speak the same language говорим на същия език, имаме еднакви вкусове 7. to use bad language, разг. to use language говоря грубо, ругая, псувам 8. език, реч
    * * *
    language[´læʃgwidʒ] n 1. език, реч; source \language начален (първичен) език; bad ( foul, ам. sl warm) \language ругатни, хули, псувни; parliamentary \language разг. вежлив (коректен) език; fine \language префърцунен език; finger \language езикът на глухонемите; high \language "големи" думи, бомбастичност; sign-\language говорене чрез знаци (жестове); body \language говорене (изразяване на мисли) чрез различни пози (движения) на тялото; strong \language силни изрази; ругатни, хули, псувни, мръсни думи; job control \language език за управление на задания; to use \language служа си с ругатни, ругая, псувам (at); I won't have any \language here да не чувам никакви псувни; data \language език за управление на данни, език за описание на данни; machine \language комп. машинен език; programming \language комп. език за програмиране; speak/talk s.o.'s ( the same) \language намирам общ език с; 2. attr езиков.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > language

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    English-Bulgarian polytechnical dictionary > language

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