definite article used to specify one person or item in particular (Grammar) (Grammar) word used to modify adjectives and adverbs and show relation between two conditions (Example: "The more I study, the more I learn")
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the \the\, adv. [as. ?ē, ?&ymacr;, instrumental case of sē, se?, ??t, the definite article. see 2d the.] by that; by how much; by so much; on that account; -- used before comparatives; as, the longer we continue in sin, the more difficult it is to reform. "yet not the more cease i." so much the rather thou, celestial light, shine inward, and the mind through all her powers irradiate. the \the\ (?), v. i. see thee. [obs.] milton. the \the\ (&thlig;ē, when emphatic or alone; &thlig;&esl;, obscure before a vowel; &thlig;e, obscure before a consonant; 37), definite article. [as. ?e, a later form for earlier nom. sing. masc. sē, formed under the influence of the oblique cases. see that, pron.] a word placed before nouns to limit or individualize their meaning. note: the was originally a demonstrative pronoun, being a weakened form of that. when placed before adjectives and participles, it converts them into abstract nouns; as, the sublime and the beautiful. the is used regularly before many proper names, as of rivers, oceans, ships, etc.; as, the nile, the atlantic, the great eastern, the west indies, the hague. the with an epithet or ordinal number often follows a proper name; as, alexander the great; napoleon the third. the may be employed to individualize a particular kind or species; as, the grasshopper shall be a burden. xii. 5. the technische hoogeschool eindhoven (os), "t.h.e." the the hessling editor the.. see english
similar words(1542) to look a gift horse in the mouth the rand round ligament of the uterus water on the brain to break the neck of master of the buckhounds the disciples the lord`s anointed to drink to the health of circle of the sphere to read between the lines jack-of-the-clock in the same boat to take the back track chancellor of the duchy of lancaster round the clock to take the air the english hippocrates to take the bull by the horns the anchor comes home to take the bull by the horns prime of the moon to follow the hounds in the middle the english to take the field to take the chair into the wind pitt the younger to take the name of god in vain in the rough to take the ground into the bargain the camera to take the place of uz, the land of the enemy to take the road over the left talk of the town to take the reins up-to-the-minute battle of the little bighorn Next >>
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worth the while to have the honor the staff of life the court of the lord transfiguration, the the buddha to pace the web to have the heels of to set the watch to cut the cards philosophy of the garden the lord chamberlain of england the deity take the fifth the professed imminent death of the net predicted! to have the words for to find in the heart the consolidated fund the more to put the hand unto to lay by the heels think the world of queen of the night to be down at the heel oblique vein of the left atrium the long and the short the bronx the true to dye in the wool ban of the empire jack-by-the-hedge kingdom of the netherlands naked as the day you were born to swear the peace against one to have under the girdle war of the austrian succession take it on the chin to sweep the deck strauss the elder the monroe doctrine to stare in the face the cart before the horse Next >>
to set the heart at rest to lift up the voice to be in the straw to have the advantage of ivan the great chief justice of the united states in the lump to set the land to have something on the stock about the ears in the extreme the more -- the more baron of the exchequer call to the bar the mountain the spoils system by the bye to have the black ox tread on one`s foot below the salt communications of the acm to put to the sword the public funds to set the teeth on edge for the reason that theater of the absurd to keep the peace in the end to have the cards in one`s own hands in the midst the spirit to do the honors to be born in the purple to do a thing on the cross the triangle to set the palette to have the heart in the mouth to be on the fence the crane to have the heart in the mouth to cut the knot doctrine of the sphere in the person of in the family way Next >>
to have on the hip the almighty for the most part the poor left atrium of the heart the living dead saint matthew the apostle to lift up the hand buy the farm in the eye of the wind doctrine of the hinterland republic of the marshall islands thunders of the vatican tail of the trenches to fill the ranks to set the eyes on the society of jesus pellitory-of-the-wall to lift up the heel against warm the bench land of the leal smash the stack to bite the tongue to bear away the bell a feather in the cap by the stern by the ears step to the fore woman of the street to set the hand to artery of the labyrinth the living to lift up the hand against the second death to set the fashion in the aggregate for the rest of them to set the heart upon the dark and bloody ground to put the kibosh on transurethral resection of the prostate to blear the eye of the spot Next >>
up to the ears to dip the flag ladies of the bedchamber pride of the desert richard the lion-heart error of the mean square the light of the countenance the oaks in the main the little giant to batten down the hatches to open the trenches the skinny for the present to have in the heart the tempter the prize ring the little corporal to be at the mercy of the devil wars of the roses in the last analysis to take ground to the right law of the land against the wind to lift up the feet the line to flash in the pan isthmus of the fauces in the flesh to have on the brain canker of the mouth the calculus the porch to lift up the eyes axis of the ionic capital keeper of the privy seal the united states christian commission department of the treasury woman of the house dyed-in-the-wool to bite the thumb at the solent to show the teeth Next >>
under-the-table in the air in the clouds to be at the boiling point lord of the ascendant to keep the pot boiling the liberty bell under-the-counter officer of the deck clerk of the privy seal the constable wars of the lord, the book of the all the better the pits to lie on the head of to be at the heels of the pit the mid-sea baron of the cinque ports curvature of the spine the boy orator of the platte wars of the lord, the book of the keeper of the great seal thieves, the two to surge the capstan the dark day the likes of to put the hand to open the budget to stand on the defensive the small hours church of the subgenius the continental congress the network by the lee down in the mouth to pay the debt of nature the like to lie on the oars take the bull by the horns to splice the main brace the twelve doctor of the church limb of the law Next >>
the booms douse the glim lost in the noise the company of moneyers to bite the ground the continent officer of the watch the new jerusalem turn of the century by the piece induration of the arteries to lie in the way wayland the smith the metadata company the point to be off the hinges fairy of the mine thread the needle the british ramses the great theater in the round guardians of the poor keeper of the king`s conscience to bite the dust in the mind to lay an anchor to the windward for the main has the x nature to be at the bottom of the light of the countenance to drop the curtain the merry dancers call the shots for the life of me to pop the question romans, epistle to the to put to the blush to be in the ascendant chancellor of the exchequer the boy orator of the platte wars of the lord, the book of the the ministerial benches the life Next >>
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the lamb spots on the sun in the long run at the start give the axe to let go by the run all the whole vestibule of the ear circle of the gorge the period off-the-rack take the bull by the horns the lady with the lamp to break the heart of to hang by the eyelids have the best the last cast the shits the most high to lower the yards a-portoise at the long run all the way the anchor is acockbill the doldrums the larger catechism jack-in-the-green movement of the bowels the microsoft network to break the heart to fly in the face of axis of the to be under the mahogany cycle of the moon to show the white feather kiss-me-over-the-garden-gate to hang in the hedge to cross the line the land of nod ship of the line to eat the wind out of a vessel war of the spanish succession to face the music keeper of the forest the shiites Next >>
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to act the part of the blessed virgin before the footlights under the rose rameses the great the wain blow out of the water to go off the hooks kamehameha the great nadir of the sun the marseillaise to go on the stump to come to the front lag of the tide trip the light fantastic libra the scales to come to the ground to go on the road to smoke the pipe of peace kings, the books of canute the great to come to the scratch throw in the towel trial of the pyx the bends to beat the wing upon the square the pathetic middle of the roader to come up the capstan power of the keys to be in the swim to come up the tackle fall droits of the admiralty upon the matter the virgin the romantic drama link access procedure on the d channel upon the whole matter toward the sea in the first place to go the way of all the earth snow-on-the-mountain to laugh in the sleeve Next >>
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the democratic party the run lorenzo the magnificent ball of the eye the inner the court of the lord the masses what the vengeance the ohio buckeye the tapis the indies lady-of-the-night depression of the visible horizon keep one`s shoulder to the wheel over the left shoulder the bard walk off the end of looseness of the bowels the authorized version for all the world top of the line first lord of the treasury lilies of the valley to be astern of the reckoning top of the inning isabella the catholic the orders four thomas the doubting apostle ruth the book of in the bargain isaiah, the book of to come in at the hawse holes the more and less knight of the square flag to see how the squares go up the stairs states of the church before the beam lily of the incas the bodies seven to be on the anvil the commune of paris come out of the closet Next >>
on the square to fall to the ground the mathworks, inc the horn to clear the decks state of the vatican city to stop the mouth the right way the honeysuckle ornament keep one`s nose to the grindstone on the sly on the warpath lady of the manor within the above restrictions the distribution of this document is the hulks to clear the land on the volley pit of the stomach babies in the eyes on the weather beam on the way the hour on the wing on the wind against the sun louis the wideawake sculpture in the round to go by the board upon the gad on the whole to savor of the pan on the wings of the wind to close with the land harmony of the spheres under the sun on the wings of the wind too many irons in the fire the horse guards the bed of procrustes the undersigned the abderite the internet account to cockbill the anchor robert the bruce Next >>
the venerable bede on the point against the field depression of the dewpoint to go against the grain of the holy father to beat the dust the chevalier st george the ring fluids of the body on the road the holidays to hit the nail on the head the historic sense to fish the anchor jack-in-the-bush to hit the nail on the head get the best red book of the exchequer on the quarter take the fifth amendment to clap the hands diurnal acceleration of the fixed stars the holy see to shove the queer wild lily of the valley on the side right to the pursuit of happiness the manner rejoicing over the law xerxes the great the holy league to claw one on the back equation of the center when the time comes drift of the forest dip of the needle to claw one on the gall on the shady side of to clear a ship at the customhouse the horrors on the tenter-hooks dip of the horizon Next >>
lady of the house on the make on the line chuck up the sponge to give up the ghost to be on the carpet louis the quarreller hold the line run-of-the-mill the himalaya on the neck of the road to challenge to the simon the zealot lily-of-the-valley tree on the nail toe the line on the other hand to challenge the array the hill rejoicing in the law to glut the market the apostles the higher upper hand over the head of star-of-the-earth to lick the spittle of on the one hand to run the guard to run the gantlet nine points of the law empire state of the west temple, the second on the nose word, the to bet on the field on the qt the many to chew the cud to go across the country to act on the offensive lily of the nile tolerance of the mint to die in the last ditch within the above restrictions the distribution of this document is Next >>
to work the goaf to run into the ground to give the mitten to standard for the exchange of product model data the heathen to give the sack to to cast the water to yield the breath to cast the lead louis the far to give the sack on the button to bolt to the bran the signal service to cat the anchor on the beam toad-in-the-hole abaft the beam to enlarge the heart to give the time of day run off the rails the handwriting on the wall jack the giant killer on the alert the march king tob, the land of on the dot on the contrary on the go louis the stammerer on the face of it above the salt to give the whetstone on the lee beam the handwriting on the wall two-to-the-n the argentine rejoicing of the law international workers of the world to catch upon the hip on the hoof on the head wear the trousers run-of-the-mine tarzan of the apes Next >>
to wield the scepter to win the day cock of the walk the greek calends cock of the rock leo the great grass of the andes in the final analysis to give the hand three sheets in the wind brothers of the third order of st francis the great spirit cock of the woods to give the bag lobule of the ear to wipe the nose of a dog in the manger to give the head to lay the course leo the lion the armada to hide the face from with the wind to give the hand of with the soonest the hand against to hide the face cross of the resurrection the common run off-the-shelf not worth the candle louis the great to give the lie to to be on the watch the hague to cast in the teeth action on the case deviation of the compass to bend the brow to square the circle to give the rein to the cart before the horse empire state of the south pain in the neck Next >>
to cap the climax wound around the axle apple of the eye do the dishes to walk through the fire the centaur to walk the plank emphysema of the lungs to dress to the right the great karroo roof of the mouth to spring the luff to bear the bell declination of the compass to wash the hands of seven wonders of the world the great seal or the treasury to pawl the capstan the great seal or the treasury across-the-board to lay the land rule of the road to wear the breeches to carry the wind friends of mary at the foot of the cross the great powers horse of the wood the restoration the united states sanitary commission the anharmonic function the trots procession of the holy ghost jack-of-the-buttery the x that can be y is not the true x the majority old man of the mountain the green-eyed monster to whip the cat cock of the plains by the eye consumption of the bowels bridge of the nose Next >>
the revised version of the bible to rule the roast the young chevalier the apollo belvedere to give one the cold shoulder respiratory distress syndrome of the newborn to be on the stretch to unship the oars dispersion of the optic axes union by the first to extract the root to give one the head the great commoner to shoot out the lip the revised version of the bible to point the yards to ruffle the feathers of to give one the dor thorn in the flesh to play the fool to veer out the cable to beat about the bush declination of the needle to call the roll the great lakes to give one the lie in his throat return from the dead to find the latchstring out man of the cloth take the count to walk after the spirit to walk after the flesh louis the pious to call to the bar the admirable crichton st john the apostle to give one the slip to walk in the light the daira to walk in the flesh the nation of islam Next >>
the manassa mauler to turn the back on one louis the bruiser to turn the edge inclination of the needle the supernatural to turn the die to ru the hazard to turn the head the regents of the university of the state of new york in the eye of the wind the great depression lobe of the lung to turn the enemy`s flank gentleman usher of the black rod to turn the stomach of flash in the pan to turn the scale to be on the tenters lobe of the ear tree of the knowledge of good and evil to turn the tables chancellor of the order of the garter the or one`s take the floor the regents of the university of the state of new york liberty of the press to keep the countenance depression of the pole to give one the bag use the source luke down with the dust the regents of the university of the state of new york the coast is clear the sublime to unsheathe the sword nailed to the wall to boat the oars master of the rolls Next >>
the cuckoo`s egg deviation of the line of the vertical justice of the peace snake in the grass the chances or one`s chances the rather to float with the stream order of the bath to lay on the shelf the curtain rises to turn in the mind down the wind knight of the post regiment of the line moment of the mass the world of cryton master of the revels to knock in the head the order of the visitation of our lady tree of the gods to be on the rack to assume the calotte constitution of the united states down the sound to roll the eye down the country unwind the stack by the job to lay on the table to turn the back the grand lama to shift the scene the ranks liberty of the yard to buy the refusal the supreme out-of-the-way to turn the back on the upper hand get the picture to turn the corner bottom of the inning to accept the person the great elector Next >>
lily of the valley declension of the needle hardening of the arteries rub of the green lead of the ignition the god of love the old boy the lowlands the curse of scotland richard the lion-hearted to ring the changes on hit the sack see the light to fence the tables war of the grand alliance the street the united kingdom the goat god lay on the line to dress to the left the gordian knot master of the robes to ring the bells backward reinvent the wheel the record to man the yards the good old days goods of the second and higher orders the golden bull level of the sea to ship the oars to burn the midnight oil tarquin the proud deviation of the line of the vertical to arm the lead take the road roll in the hay cycle of the sunday letter abbot of the people to bury the hatchet to ring the changes upon to be on the move the great queen of the prairie Next >>
as the crow flies the four orders the nativity the magdeburg centuries to rig the market way of the cross the fors and against to tread on the neck of the gambia to put to the rack to get the better of castle in the air to tread the stage under the terms of the gnu free documentation license, version 11 or the french to shift the helm to get the best of fire-on-the-mountain to tread upon the heels of gill-over-the-ground the fourth estate virgo the virgin mistress of the robes chancellor of the order of the garter to get the hang of to right the helm to feather the oars the gates of death to ease the helm republic of the philippines the gapes to put under the the anchor is awash the gloomy dean to be on the qui vive to troop the clerk of the pells icing the puck to get the range of the ghost retardation of the tide both sheets in the wind the gentle craft Next >>
ordinary of the mass the ancient reacutegime the main chance the flexure of a curve triads of the welsh bards to heave the log the three weird sisters the quality the flag the most feck spur-of-the-moment music of the spheres to dress on the center to knit the brows up in the air to tip the wink sessions of the peace the five wits gill over the ground knight of the shire the flowery kingdom to rig the capstan the curtain falls to toss the oars to heave the lead to toss the cars take the air the flood to put into the chair republic of the congo the strength of to touch the wind apex of the earth`s motion to look in the face to be on the long side of the market jack-in-the-pulpit trough of the sea in the wrong box the forks of a river the three rs the force intercession of the spirit the fourth ramath of the south wet behind the ears Next >>
knights of the round table quadrature of the moon the feck in the nick of time to bring to the gangway the whole concern in the wind`s eye to kick the beam john the divine the white house put on the line the word out of the common invention of the cross to depress the pole the wind republic of the sudan establishment of the port the whole way the devout the father of radio out of the blue by the forelock accessary before the fact to throw up the sponge take the field the strict observance out of the way the anchor is apeak order of the day to bring up the rear the fine arts pitt the elder to slip the cable the few to swing round the circle the x that can be y is not the true x bring one`s nose to the grindstone the conqueror the federal congress the lord`s prayer in the way with turn up the pressure to ride the stang the old masters Next >>
the fates jukes the the lord`s supper to the hilt the fancy to the highest degree to the full to the left to the last close to the wind to the limit king of the herring to the life to the letter telecommunications device for the deaf to the north to the lowest degree the faithful neck of the capital to the question to the point the shakes to the teeth book of the law of moses to the south philosophy of the lyceum way of the rounds to make the best of the while retardation of the tides duplication of the cube to make the heart bleed to show the heels under the lee in the suds will-with-the-wisp the start the fair officer of the day to make the doors will-o`-the-wisp accessary after the fact to sheathe the sword to throw down the glove the anchor is atrip to bring to the hammer to throw down the gauntlet Next >>
to sound the charge to fret the gizzard the americas high low jack and the game trespass on the case acceleration of the planets to freshen the way to bring grist to the maill the open air in the same breath the evil one round-the-clock acceleration of the moon sign of the zodiac the depression bail to the action a buck of the first head in the way king of the herrings right of the tabouret under the lee of the fact barons of the cinque ports to beg the question to make the cards taverns, the three in the teeth to put out of the way to the bitter end to the backbone concrete sound or movement of the voice prince of the blood to gain the wind to the dogs to the contrary to the favor or for favor to the face to kick the bucket the face to shine upon to the end elbow in the hawse to the fore to respect the person sons of the prophets Next >>
to take the trouble the evening star be on the ball to take the stump to take the wall secretary of the treasury by the by to forestall the market to take the veil tel-el-amarna or the amarna secretary of the interior the eternal city by the way to take the wind out of one`s sails to redeem the time the north sea the lord`s table yeoman of the guard queen of the meadow priming of the tide friends of mary at the foot of the cross the enneads nuns of the word incarnate to take to the road to take to the heels water on the knee lost in the underflow to bring by the lee in the south the extraction of roots husks of the prodigal son the rabble to take up the cross to freshen the hawse to reef the paddles to put or throw one`s self upon the country to bring down the house to take up the glove republic of the gambia to take up the gauntlet to refresh the memory to take up the hatchet Next >>
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5408 Thé is a main belt asteroid with an orbital period of 1242.2004905 days (3.40 years). The asteroid was discovered on March 25, 1971 by Kees van Houten and Tom Gehrels at the Palomar Observatory.
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The... is the debut extended play by South Korean boyband JYJ (then using the name Junsu/Jejung/Yuchun), a group formed of three of the five members of TVXQ. It was released in Japanese language under Rhythm Zone, the band's former Japanese label as a part of TVXQ. The release was commercially successful, reaching number one on Oricon's weekly albums chart.
This rivals 'the whole nine yards', 'okay' and 'the full monty' for pre-eminence in the 'I can explain that phrase' stakes. As usual, plausibility and frequent retelling are considered enough for absolute certainty. There are several people and things that the phrase has been applied to - which came first is uncertain.
McCoy is derived from Mackay, referring to Messrs. Mackay, Edinburgh, who made a brand of fine whisky from 1856 onwards and which that they promoted as 'the real Mackay' from 1870.
After Kid McCoy (Norman Selby,1873-1940), American welterweight boxing champion. The story goes, and there are various versions of it, that a drunk challenged Selby to prove that he was McCoy and not one of the many lesser boxers trading under the same name. After being knocked to the floor the drunk rose to admit that 'Yes, that's the real McCoy'.
The Canadian inventor Elijah McCoy made a successful machine for lubricating engines which spawned many copies all inferior to the original. He patented the design in 1872.
The phrase originates with a dispute between two branches of the Scots Mackay clan over who was their rightful leader. The head of one branch was Lord Reay, who came to be known as the Reay Mackay which migrated to 'the real McCoy'.
Joseph McCoy (1837-1915), became mayor of Abilene, Kansas as it developed into a sizeable town. He called himself 'the real McCoy'.
Bill McCoy was a US rumrunner during the prohibition years and his 'real' rum, imported from Canada, was compared favourably with poor quality local brews.
McCoy was a Pennsylvanian who supplied commercial nitro-glycerine to safecrackers who favoured it over their own home-made efforts.
McCoy is a corruption of Macao which was the source of a pure and sought after class of heroin.
There are several other attempts at explanation going the rounds but they carry little conviction. Meaning A monarch's use of the first person plural when referring to him/herself. Origin Originated with the British Royal family. Meaning Misheard lyric. Origin Misheard version of Bob Dylan's 'the answer my friend is blowing in the wind'. Difficult to know whether this was genuinely misheard or whether it is just a nice line that someone made up and presented as misheard. Origin From The Bible. Deuteronomy 32:10. 'He found him in a desert land, and in the waste howling wilderness; he led him about, he instructed him, he kept him as the apple of his eye.' Zechariah 2:8. 'For thus saith the LORD of hosts; After the glory hath he sent me unto the nations which spoiled you: for he that toucheth you toucheth the apple of his eye.' Meaning A lonely forsaken place. Origin The Outback (the inland desert region) of Australia. Meaning Excellent - the highest quality. Origin Bees carry pollen back to the hive in sacs on their legs. It is tempting to explain this phrase as alluding to the concentrated goodness to be found around the bee's knee. There's no evidence for that explanation though. The phrase seems to have been coined in 1920s America and the first printed reference to it is found in 1922. There's no deep and profound reason for relating bees and knees other than it's perky sounding rhyme, along the lines of 'the mutts nuts'. Origin From Robert Burns' poem 'To a Mouse', 1786. It tells of how he, while ploughing a field, upturned a mouse's nest. The resulting poem is an apology to the mouse and goes on to say that 'the best laid schemes o'mice an'men, Gang aft a-gley'. Meaning The limit of one's efforts. Origin Probably of nautical origin. A bitt is a bollard that cables are wound onto. The end of the cable that is fixed to the bollard is the bitter end. Meaning Uninformed and incompetent people leading others who are similarly incapable. Origin From the Bible. Matthew 15:14. 'Let them alone: they be blind leaders of the blind. And if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch.' Meaning Jesus Christ. Origin From John 6,35. 'And Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life. He that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on me shall never thirst.' Meaning Responsibility is not passed on beyond this point. Origin U.S. president Harry Truman had a sign with this inscription on his desk. This was meant to indicate that he didn't 'pass the buck' to anyone else but accepted responsibility for the way the country was governed. Meaning A jokey suggestion of the solution to the instigator of a crime in detective novels. Origin This became a cliche because of the supposed high proportion of low grade detective fiction where this was the actual solution. Meaning The appeal of nature in the raw. Origin Jack London had a novel of this name published in 1903, although the phrase may have preceded this. Meaning A state of nervousness, usually accompanied by a rumbling stomach. Origin This may not be related but colly is an English dialect word meaning coal dust. Blackbirds were hence known as colly birds. The song 'Twelve days of Christmas' is usually sung as ... my true love sent to me, four calling birds... but the actual line is 'four colly birds'. Origin From Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Origin From Shakespeare's Macbeth Meaning The lavatory. Origin Popular wisdom attributes this to be derived from Thomas Crapper, the inventor of the flush toilet. Unfortunately, TC didn't invent the toilet - only an additional attachment to it. Also, the word crap was in use before TC gained fame for his contribution to sanitary engineering. Origin Slogan coined by H. Gordon Selfridge, 1857-1947, the founder of the Selfridge chain stores. Meaning An irrevocable choice has been made. Origin The die here is the singular of dice. Julius Caesar is supposed to have spoken this phrase when crossing the Rubicon. Meaning The counter example that questions the validity of a rule. Origin This doesn't mean that a rule is proved to be correct by a counter example, which would be a logical nonsense. Proving here means testing - the meaning being that the truth of a rule is tested (i.e. possibly proved untrue) by an exception. For example, the rule that 'all birds can fly' is tested by the existence of penguins. Origin Christopher Marlowe, in Doctor Faustus, referring to Helen of Troy. 'Was this the face that launch'd a thousand ships And burnt the topless towers of Ilium? Sweet Helen, make me immortal with a kiss.' Origin Quotation from Rudyard Kipling. Origin From Shakespeare's King Henry IV. 'Before the game is afoot, thou still let'st slip.' Origin From Shakespeare's Cymbeline. Meaning Mishear lyric. Origin Misheard version of 'the girl with kaleidoscope eyes.' Origin From Shakespeare's Hamlet. Origin From Shakespeare's Julius Caesar Origin From the Bible. Often misquoted as 'money is the root of all evil'. Timothy 6:10. 'For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.' Meaning Most probably a reference to homosexuality, although Oscar Wilde denied this in his defense of the charge of gross indecency. Origin Lord Alfred Douglas coined the phrase in his poem 'Two Loves', which was printed in the Chameleon in 1894. Origin Edward Fitzgerald, 1809-83, in his poem The Rubßiyßt of Omar Khayyßm. 'The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ, Moves on: nor all thy Piety nor Wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line, Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it. Meaning Excellent - the highest quality. Origin Variant of 'the dog's bollocks'. Originated in the UK in the 1990s. Meaning A realisation after a period of confusion or misunderstanding. Origin May have originated as a reference to the use of coin (penny) operated slots on the locks or public toilets. Meaning Someone who criticises another but who is just as much at fault themselves. Origin From Cervantes' Don Quixote. Origin From Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice. PORTIA: The quality of mercy is not strain'd, It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven Upon the place beneath: it is twice blest; It blesseth him that gives and him that takes: 'Tis mightiest in the mightiest: it becomes The throned monarch better than his crown; His sceptre shows the force of temporal power, The attribute to awe and majesty, Wherein doth sit the dread and fear of kings; But mercy is above this sceptred sway; It is enthroned in the hearts of kings, It is an attribute to God himself; And earthly power doth then show likest God's When mercy seasons justice. Therefore, Jew, Though justice be thy plea, consider this, That, in the course of justice, none of us Should see salvation: we do pray for mercy; And that same prayer doth teach us all to render The deeds of mercy. I have spoke thus much To mitigate the justice of thy plea; Which if thou follow, this strict court of Venice Must needs give sentence 'gainst the merchant there. Origin Mark Twain quotation after hearing that his obituary had been published in the New York Journal. Mistaken publications of obituaries aren't as rare as you might expect. A recent example is of Dave Swarbrick, the British folk/rock violinist, who was killed off mistakenly by the Daily Telegraph in April 1999 when they reported that his visit to hospital in Coventry had resulted in his death. He did at least get the opportunity to read a rather favourable account of his life, not something we all get to do, and to deliver the gag "It's not the first time I have died in Coventry". Meaning The unconventional or uninvestigated option. The notion is near to what is nowadays called 'alternative'. Origin From Robert Frost's (1874 - 1963), The Road Not Taken Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-- I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. Note spellings - In Uk: travelled, in USA: - traveled. Origin Proverbial - late sixteenth century. Often wrongly attributed to Samuel Johnson. Origin From the Bible. Job 19:28 'But ye should say, Why persecute we him, seeing the Root of the matter is found in me?' Origin From The Bible. Matthew 5:13 Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men. Meaning An uproar caused when a previously secret situation becomes publicly known. Origin Originated in the USA in the 1930s. Origin From Shakespeare's Hamlet. Meaning Coy reference to a lavatory. Origin Used by Sir Winston Churchill in a reply to an unwelcome letter. 'Dear Sir, I am in the smallest room of the house and your letter is before me. Very soon it will be behind me.' Origin From Shakespeare's Henry VI. Part III. Origin From the Bible, Matthew 26:41. 'Watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptation: the spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak.' Meaning Horse racing. Origin Racing was a favourite pastime of British monarchs in the past (and in the present apparently). Origin Pythagoras's theorem. Meaning The existing and normal condition. Origin From the Latin; literally 'the state in which'. Origin Christopher North, in Noctes Ambrosianae, 'His Majesty's dominions, on which the sun never sets.' Meaning A line of British soldiers (who wore red jackets). Origin Jingoistic folklore in the UK had it that a small group of British soldiers were good enough to hold back a mob of warlike foreigners. Meaning Close interrogation. Origin A Masonic term. In a masonic lodge there are three degrees, the first is called Entered Apprentice, the second Fellowcraft, and the third is master mason. When a candidate receives the third degree in a masonic lodge, he is subjected to some activities that involve an interrogation and it is more physically challenging than the first two degrees. Origin British prime minister Edward Heath used this to describe the activities of the Lonrho company and its head Tiny Roland. Origin Oscar Wilde's quotation about fox hunting. Origin From the Bible. Romans 6:23. For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. Meaning All of it - full measure. Origin
Of all the feedback that The Phrase Finder site gets this is the phrase that causes the most feedback and the most disagreement. At the outset it should be said that no one knows the origin, although many have a fervent belief that they do. These convictions are unfailingly based on no more evidence than 'someone told me'. It is most likely that, as with many phrases, it originated in colloquial use and has been appropriated as a general term meaning full measure. It crops up in many contexts, which isn't surprising as there are many things that can be measured in yards. This leads to many plausible explanations of the phrase's origin; regrettably, plausibility isn't enough. The earliest known reference to the phrase in print is as recent as 1967 in 'The Doom Pussy', a novel about the Vietnam War by Elaine Shepard. In that context the phrase refers to the difficulties a character has with disentangling himself from an unwanted marriage. It isn't clear if the author coined the phrase herself, although the manner of its use in the story would suggest not. Ms. Shepard died in September 1998, so unfortunately we can't ask her. Although the precise origin of any particular phrase may be difficult to determine, the date of its coinage usually isn't. Phrases that are accepted into common use appear in newspapers, court reports, novels etc. very soon after they are coined and continue to do so for as long as the phrase is in use. Anyone putting forward an explanation of an origin the the whole nine yards that dates from before the 1960s has to explain the lack of a printed record of it prior to 1967. If, to take the most commonly repeated version for instance, the phrase comes from the length of W.W.II machine gun belts, why is there no printed account of that in the thousands of books written about the war and the countless millions of newspaper editions published throughout the 1950s and 60s? The ideas that it pre-dates the war and goes back to the 19th century or even the Middle Ages are hardly plausible. These are some of the versions going the rounds: take your pick...
It comes from the nine cubic yards capacity of US concrete trucks and dates from around 1970s.
The explanation refers to World War II aircraft, which if proved correct would clearly predate the concrete truck version. There are several aircraft related sources, 1. the length of US bombers bomb racks, 2. the length of RAF Spitfire's machine gun bullet belts, 3. the length of ammunition belts in ground based anti-aircraft turrets, etc. No evidence to show that any of these measured nine yards has been forthcoming.
Tailors use nine yards of material for top quality suits. Related to 'dressed to the nines'?
The derivation has even been suggested as being naval and that the yards are shipyards rather than measures of area or volume.
Another naval version is that the yards are yardarms. Large sailing ships had three masts, each with three yardarms. The theory goes that ships in battle can continue changing direction as new sails are unfurled. Only when the last sail, on the ninth yardarm, is used do the enemy know which direction the ship is finally headed.
A mediaeval test requiring the victim to walk nine paces over hot coals.
If anyone has any hard evidence of this phrase being used before 1967, e.g. an appearance of the phrase in print, we would love to see it. Please post your feedback at the Phrase Finder Discussion Forum - but please, evidence not conjecture. Origin Harold Macmillan (1894-1986) British prime minister in a speech to the South African Parliament, 1960. 'The wind of change is blowing through the continent. Whether we like it or not, this growth of national consciousness is a political fact.' Meaning An unavoidable disaster is foretold. Origin From The Bible. Daniel 5.5. In the same hour came forth fingers of a man's hand, and wrote over against the candlestick upon the plaster of the wall of the king's palace: and the king saw the part of the hand that wrote.
A tradução de the do Inglês para o Inglês
The Aristotle Corporation
Holding company with subsidiary which manufactures health and medical education teaching aids, including mannikins and simulation kits used for training in cpr, emergency rescue and patient care. The Concours Group, Inc.
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Manufactures graphite products, including graphite electrodes used in electric arc steel manufacturing and machined graphite specialty products used in the semiconductor, metal processing and other diverse industries; And manufactures calcium carbide products used in specialty chemicals manufacturing, steel and iron The Cronos Group
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Provides accounts payable and other audit recovery services to large retailers, wholesale distributors, healthcare providers, technology companies and other large transaction-intensive companies, as well as to certain governmental agencies. The Sportsman's Guide, Inc.
Sells variety of merchandise primarily for hunters, fisherman and outdoorsman, such as hunting and general apparel, footwear, hunting and shooting accessories, ammunition, knives and accessories, camping equipment, general merchandise, collectibles and a variety of gift items, close-out items, and military surplus items, The Sagemark Companies Lt
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A tradução de the do Inglês para o Inglês
See Thee. (definite article.)
A word placed before nouns to limit or individualize their meaning. (adv.)
By that; by how much; by so much; on that account; -- used before comparatives; as, the longer we continue in sin, the more difficult it is to reform.
Dicionário fonte: Dicionário Inglês-Espanhol (Jaime Aguirre)
A tradução de the do Inglês para o Espanhol = el, la, los, las. Ex: The first institute, 'The Catalog: Its Nature and Prospects,' was held in New York City on October 9 and 10, 1975. ---- * all the more = aun más, cuanto más. * and the kind = y similares, etcétera. * and the like = etcétera. * arrive at + the heart of the matter = llegar al meollo de la cuestión, llegar al quid de la cuestión. * a/the doorway to = el camino que lleva a, el sendero que lleva a, la senda que lleva a. * at the one time = a la vez, al mismo tiempo. * be one of the last people in the world to + Infinitivo = ser la última persona del mundo que + Infinitivo. * during the next few years = durante los próximos años. * fear of the unknown = miedo a lo desconocido, miedo hacia lo desconocido. * for the best = para bien. * for the better = para bien. * for the next few years = durante los próximos años. * for the worse = para mal. * in the near future = en un futuro próximo, en un futuro cercano, en un futuro no muy lejano, en un futuro más o menos cercano, en un futuro más o menos lejano, en un período más o menos cercano, en un período más o menos lejano. * in the next few years = en los próximos años. * in the postwar period = en la época de posguerra, tras las guerra. * in the very near future = en un futuro muy cercano. * library for the blind = biblioteca para ciegos. * library services for the deaf = servicios bibliotecarios para los sordos. * library services to the disadvantaged = servicios bibliotecarios para las personas en situación de desventaja. * nothing can be further from the truth = nada puede estar más apartado de la realidad, nada puede estar más alejado de la realidad. * not in the least + Nombre Negativo = algo completamente + Nombre positivo, en lo más mínimo, en absoluto, para nada, ni pizca, ni por asomo. * not the least + Adjetivo + Nombre = uno de los + Nombre + más + Adjetivo. * not the least + Nombre = uno de los + Nombre + más importante. * not the least of + Nombre = uno de los + Nombre + más importantes. * not the least of the + Adjetivo + Nombre = uno de los + Nombre + más + Adjetivo. * on the way back = de vuelta, de regreso. * over the next few years = durante los próximos años, en los próximos años. * punish + to the full extent of the law = castigar con todo el peso de la ley. * spread + the gospel = difundir el evangelio. * take + the easy way out = elegir la solución más fácil, elegir la solución más cómoda, optar por la solución más fácil, optar por la solución más cómoda, elegir el camino más fácil, elegir el camino más cómodo, optar por el camino más fácil, optar por el camino más cómodo. * the 1954 Hague Convention = la Convención de la Haya de 1954. * the action = la movida. * the advantage is that = la ventaja es que. * the alternative + be = la alternativa + ser. * the argument goes that = se postula que, se argumenta que. * the armpit of the = lo peor del. * the art of = el arte de. * the average Jane = la ciudadana media, la ciudadana de a pie. * the average Joe = el ciudadano medio, el ciudadano de a pie, el hombre de la calle. * the awful truth = la terrible verdad, la horrible verdad. * the back of = la parte trasera de, la parte de atrás de, la espalda de. * the bad = lo malo. * the ball is in + Posesivo + court = la responsabilidad ahora recae en + Nombre. * the bane of = pesadilla de + Nombre, la; cruz de + Nombre, la; ruina de + Nombre, la. * the be all and end all = el no va más, lo máximo. * the beautiful part + be = lo mejor + ser. * the beauty of = lo mejor de, lo bueno de, la ventaja de. * the bee's knees = de puta madre, cojonudo, la polla, el copón, la rehostia, la leche, lo máximo, lo sumo, el no va más, la hostia, el súmmum, la última palabra, el último grito. * the beginning of the end = el principio del fin. * the Bench = la justicia, la judicatura, la magistratura, los tribunales. * the benefit of the doubt = el beneficio de la duda, margen de confianza. * the best available + Nombre = el mejor + Nombre. * the best case scenario = en el mejor de los casos. * the best deal = la mejor oferta. * the best is yet to come = lo mejor está aún por llegar, lo mejor está aún por venir, aún queda lo mejor, aún que falta lo mejor, todavía no ha pasado lo mejor. * the best of a bad lot = dentro de lo malo lo menos malo. * the best of both worlds = lo mejor de ambas partes, ser todo ventajas. * the best of the best = lo mejor de lo mejor, lo mejor entre lo mejor. * the best way forward = la mejor salida, la mejor solución. * the best way of = la mejor manera de, el mejor modo de. * the best (way) + Pronombre + can = lo mejor que + poder, de la mejor manera que + poder, de la mejor forma que + poder, del mejor mod que + poder. * the best yet = el mejor hasta ahora. * the Big Apple = la Gran Manzana. * the bigger, the better = caballo grande, ande o no ande. * the big pond = el charco. * the big screen = la gran pantalla, la pantalla grande. * the birds and the bees = las cosas tal y como son. * The Bookseller = Bookseller. * the breadth and depth of + Nombre = el grado de + Nombre. * the bride and groom = los novios, el novio y la novia. * the buck + stops... = la responsabilidad es de.... * the bulk of = la gran mayoría de, la parte principal de. * the carrot vs. the stick = ¿mano blanda o mano dura? ¿incentivos o amenazas?. * the case for = los argumentos a favor de. * the catch of the day = la pesca del día. * the cat + have got + Posesivo + tongue = el gato + comerse + la lengua. * the cat's meow = de puta madre, cojonudo, la polla, el copón, la rehostia, la leche, lo máximo, lo sumo, el no va más, la hostia, el súmmum, la última palabra, el último grito. * the cat's pyjamas = de puta madre, cojonudo, la polla, el copón, la rehostia, la leche, lo máximo, lo sumo, el no va más, la hostia, el súmmum, la última palabra, el último grito. * the cat's whiskers = de puta madre, cojonudo, la polla, el copón, la rehostia, la leche, lo máximo, lo sumo, el no va más, la hostia, el súmmum, la última palabra, el último grito. * the changing face of = los constantes cambios de, el nuevo aspecto de, la cambiante fisonomía de. * the changing nature of = los constantes cambios de, el nuevo aspecto de, la cambiante fisonomía de. * the cheese slid off + Posesivo + cracker = no tener dos dedos de frente, ser tonto del bote, tener pocas luces. * the chickens come home to roost = cría cuervos y te sacarán los ojos; el que la hace, la paga; donde las dan, las toman; cosechas lo que siembras; el mundo da muchas vueltas; siembra vientos y recogerás tempestades; aquellos polvos traen estos lodos. * the child is father of the man = lo que se mama de niño dura toda la vida. * the City = City de Londres, la. * the city that never sleeps = la ciudad que nunca duerme. * the close of = el final de. * the cobbler's children run barefoot = en casa de herrero cuchillo de palo. * the coming year = el año próximo, el año entrante. * the community at large = la comunidad en general, toda la comunidad. * the + Comparativo ..., the + Comparativo ... = cuanto más ..., más ...; a más ..., más .... * the course of events = los acontecimientos, la situación. * the course of true love never did run smooth! = ¡la vida no es un camino de rosas!, ¡la vida no es un lecho de rosas!. * the cream of the crop = la creme de la creme, la flor y nata, el mejor de todos. * the crock of gold at the end of the rainbow = el cofre de oro al final del arco iris. * the crux of the matter = el quid de la cuestión. * the crux of the problem = el quid de la cuestión. * the current(s) of events = el curso de los hechos. * the customer is always right = el cliente siempre tiene la razón. * the dawn of = los albores de, los orígenes de, los comienzos de, el principio de. * the day after tomorrow = pasado mañana. * the day before = el día antes. * the day before yesterday = anteayer, antes de ayer, antier. * the Day of Judgement = el día del Juicio Final. * the day's catch = la pesca del día. * the deep = las profundidades del océano, las profundidades del mar. * the devil finds work for idle hands = cuando el diablo no tiene qué hacer, con el rabo mata moscas; cuando el está aburrido mata moscas con el rabo. * the devil (is/lives) in the details = el diablo está en los detalles; el problema no es el qué, sino el cómo; los pormenores de la letra pequeña; los detalles de la letra pequeña; las triquiñuelas de la letra pequeña; la clave está en la letra pequeña. * the devil's suggestions = las sugerencias del diablo. * the devil take the hindmost = ¡sálvese quien pueda!, ¡maricón el último!. * the die had been cast = la suerte estaba echada. * the die is cast = la suerte está echada. * the die was cast = la suerte estaba echada. * the distaff side (of the family) = la rama femenina (de la familia). * the dog's bollocks = de puta madre, cojonudo, la polla, el copón, la rehostia, la leche, lo máximo, lo sumo, el no va más, la hostia, el súmmum, la última palabra, el último grito. * the due place of = el lugar que le corresponde a. * the earliest known + Nombre = el primer + Nombre + que se conoce. * the earliest + Nombre = el primer + Nombre. * the early bird catches the worm = a quien madruga Dios le ayuda. * the easy way = de la forma más fácil, de la manera más fácil, del modo más fácil. * the easy way out = la solución más cómoda, la solución más fácil, la escapatoria más cómoda, la escapatoria más fácil. * the elder = el viejo. * the electricity + go off = la electricidad + irse, la luz + irse. * the elephant in the room = el verdadero problema, el problema obvio. el problema que todos se empeñan en ignorar. * the end justifies the means = el fin justifica los medios. * the end of all ends = el fin de todos los fines. * the end of the world = el fin del mundo. * the ends of the earth = el fin del mundo. * the enemy within = el enemigo en casa. * the entire day = todo el día, el día entero. * the entire length of = todo, a lo largo de todo. * the extent of = el tamaño de, el grado de. * the extent to which = la medida en que, el grado en que, hasta qué punto. * the fact is (that) = el hecho es que... a decir verdad..., lo cierto es que..., la realidad es que..., la verdad es que.... * the fact of the matter is that... = la verdad es que..., lo cierto es que..., el hecho es que..., a decir verdad..., la realidad es que.... * the fact remains that... = la realidad es que.... * the father of = el padre de. * the field of + Cantidad = Cantidad. * the final/last nail in + Posesivo + coffin = la puntilla, remate final. * the fine art of = el arte de. * the first cut is the deepest = el primer desengaño amoroso nunca se olvida. * the first time around = la primera vez, el primer intento, la primera tentativa. * the flip side of the coin = la otra cara de la moneda. * the Flood = El Diluvio. * the fly in the ointment = la única pega, el único problema. * the focus of the discussion = el tema de la discusión, el tema del debate. * the following day = el día siguiente. * the following year = el año siguiente, el año que viene, el año próximo. * the fruit of + Nombre = el fruto de + Nombre. * the full force of = toda la fuerza de. * the full height of = con la misma altura que. * the full monty = todo, completamente, totalmente, sin tapujos, sin reservas. * the full range of = la totalidad de, el total de, toda la gama de, la gama completa de. * the fun part = lo divertido, lo interesante. * the future + be + just around the corner = el futuro + estar + justo a la vuelta de la esquina. * the fuzz = la poli, los maderos. * the good = lo bueno. * the good news = la buena noticia. * the good news is (that) ... = lo bueno es que... , lo mejor es que.... * the good of = el bien de. * the good old days = los buenos tiempos, los viejos tiempos, antaño. * the good thing about = lo bueno de. * the good things in life = las cosas buenas de la vida. * the good times and the bad (times) = los buenos y los malos tiempos. * the good times + run out = acabarse la buena racha. * the Grand Canyon = el Gran Cañón. * the granddaddy of = el abuelo de. * the grass is (always) greener on the other side (of the fence) = nadie está contento con lo que tiene, nadie esta contento con su suerte. * the great thing about = lo bueno de, lo fantástico de. * the great unwashed = la plebe, el vulgo, el proletariado, el populacho. * the grim face of = el lado sombrío de. * the gutter = la escoria de la sociedad. * the halcyon days = los años maravillosos. * the hammer and sickle = la hoz y el martillo. * the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world = la mano que mece la cuna es la mano que domina el mundo, la mano que mece la cuna gobierna el mundo. * the (hand)writing + be + on the wall = ver Algo venir, anticipar Algo, ver lo que + avecinarse, ser algo inevitable, tener los días contados, verle las orejas al lobo, las cosas + estar + claras. * the happening = la movida. * the hard way = de la forma más difícil, a base de cometer errores, a base de errores, a fuerza de errores, a fuerza de cometer errores. * the heart of = el corazón de, la parte más importante, el pulmón de. * the heart of the country = el corazón del país. * the heat is on = momentos de presión, momentos de tensión. * the heavens + let loose = llover a mares, llover a cántaros, llover a mantas, diluviar. * the heavens + open = llover a mares, llover a cántaros, llover a mantas, diluviar. * the idea behind = las razones de, los motivos de, el porqué de. * the importance of + Nombre + cannot be stressed too strongly = no se puede dejar de recalcar la importancia de Algo, no se puede dejar de recalcar la importancia de Algo, no se puede dejar de recalcar la importancia de Algo, no poder dejar de recalcar la importancia de Algo. * the importance of + Nombre + lie = importancia + yacer, importancia + radicar, importancia + residir. * the innocent + suffer + for the guilty = pagar justos por pecadores. * the jig's up! = ¡se te acabó el cuento!. * the jury is still out (on) = no se sabe todavía, no está claro todavía. * the land of opportunity = la tierra de las oportunidades. * the land of plenty = la tierra de la abundancia. * the lap of comfort = a todo comfort, un lujo asiático, a cuerpo de rey. * the lap of luxury = un lujo asiático, a cuerpo de rey. * the last but by no means least = el último pero no el menos importante. * The Last Judgement = El Juicio Final. * the last straw = el colmo, el acabose. * the last straw of bad luck = el colmo de la mala suerte. * the last time = la última vez que. * the last word = la última palabra, lo decisivo, lo definitivo, la última palabra, el último grito, lo último, lo más novedoso. * the latest + Nombre = el último + Nombre. * the latter part of + Fecha = la segunda mitad de + Fecha. * the law of the land = leyes vigentes, leyes. * the lay of the land [the lie of the land, -UK] = el estado de las cosas. * the least bit = nada, en absoluto, en lo más mínimo, ni chispa. * the length of = a todo lo largo de. * the life (and soul) of the party = el alma de la fiesta. * the light at the end of the tunnel = la luz al final del túnel, el final de los problemas, rayo de esperanza. * the likes of = tipos como, personas como, cosas como. * the lion's share of = la mayor parte de, la proporción mayor de. * the long and (the) short of = en breve, en resumen, en resumidas cuentas. * the long arm of the law = el brazo de la ley. * The Lord's Prayer = el padrenuestro. * the love of + Posesivo + life = el amor de + Posesivo + vida. * the lowdown (on) = la verdad, lo básico, lo esencial. * the lull before the storm = la calma que precede a la tormenta. * the main bulk of = la mayoría de, la mayor parte de. * the majority of = la mayoría de, la mayor parte de. * the majority of the people = la mayoría de la gente, la mayoría de las personas, la mayoría del mundo. * the majority of the world = la mayoría del mundo. * the man of + Posesivo + dreams = el hombre de + Posesivo + sueños. * the many + Nombre = la diversidad de + Nombre. * the massed ranks of = la aglomeración de, la masa de, la multitud de. * the Med = el Mediterráneo. * the Milky Way = la Vía Láctea. * the Mississippi River = el río Misisipí. * the Missouri River = el río Misuri. * the Mob = la mafia. * the moment is ripe = es el momento oportuno, es el momento adecuado. * the moment + Verbo = en el momento en que + Subjuntivo, en el instante en que + Subjuntivo. * the more the better = cuantos más, mejor; mientras más, mejor. * the more the merrier = cuantos más, mejor; mientras más, mejor. * the most + Adjetivo = el más + Adjetivo. * the most widely read = el más leído. * the natives are nervous = la gente se está poniendo nerviosa, la gente se está inquietando. * the nearest thing to = lo más cercano a, lo más parecido a. * the neck of the bottle = el cuello de la botella. * the neck of the uterus = el cuello del útero. * the needy = los necesitados. * the Neolithic period = el Neolítico, el período neolítico. * the next best choice = la segunda opción. * the next best + Nombre = otro bueno + Nombre. * the next best option = la segunda mejor opción. * the next best thing to = una buena alternativa a. * the next big thing = la nueva revelación, la próxima revelación, el próximo exitazo, el próximo gran éxito. * the next day = al día siguiente. * the next hot thing = la próxima moda. * the next night = la noche siguiente. * the next thing + Pronombre + know = y antes de nada, y antes de que + Pronombre + dar + cuenta. * the night before last = anteanoche. * the nod + go to = llevarse el gato al agua, ganar el pulso. * the + Nombre + cannot be overestimated = el + Nombre + es inestimable. * the + Nombre + of + Nombre + cannot be overemphasised = no se puede dejar de recalcar el + Nombre + of, no se puede dejar de recalcar el + Nombre + de. * the + Nombre + to end all + Nombre = el + Nombre + más completo. * the normal run of = normal, lo; corriente, lo . * the number one = el principal. * the number one thing = la cosa principal. * the + Número + s = la década de los + Número. * the odds + be + against = la mala suerte + acompañar, la mala suerte + perseguir. * the oldest in the book = el más antiguo del mundo. * the oldest in the world = el más antiguo del mundo. * the oldest trick in the book = el truco más antiguo del mundo. * the oldest trick in the world = el truco más antiguo del mundo. * the one = aquél, el que, la que. * the one and only = el único, el único e incomparable, el único e inimitable. * the opportunity of a lifetime = la oportunidad de + Posesivo + vida. * the other side of the coin = la otra cara de la moneda. * the other side of the fence = el otro lado de la barrera. * the other way (a)round = del otro modo, de la otra manera, de la otra forma, al revés. * the parties hereto = los abajo firmantes. * the passage of time = el paso del tiempo. * the penny dropped = caer en la cuenta. * the pill = la píldora. * the plain truth = la pura verdad. * the point in time at which = el momento preciso. * the poor = los pobres, la gente pobre. * the poorest + Nombre = los peores + Nombre, los más pobres + Nombre. * the possibilities are endless = las posibilidades son infinitas. * the pot calls the kettle black = le dijo la sartén al cazo: apártate que tiznas. * the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow = el cofre de oro al final del arco iris. * the power behind = el motor de, el impulsor de. * the power + go off = la electricidad + irse, la luz + irse. * the powers-that-be = los que mandan, los que detentan el poder, las autoridades, los gobernantes, los poderes fáticos, los mandamás. * the preceding = lo anteriormente expuesto. * the prime of + Nombre = la flor de + Nombre. * the proof is in the eating = las cosas hay que demostrarlas. * the proof of the pudding (is in the eating) = las cosas hay que demostrarlas. * the public display of = la manifestación pública de. * the public interest = el interés público. * the range of = la diversidad de, el tipo de. * the ready = dinero contante y sonante, pasta, guita, plata, pelas. * the real McCoy = el auténtico, el verdadero. * the reason behind = las razones de, los motivos de, el porqué de, la filosofía de. * the reason for being = la razón de ser. * the reasoning behind = las razones de, los motivos de, el porqué de, la filosofía de. * the remainder (of) = el resto (de). * the rest (of) = el resto (de). * the rest of the day = el resto del día. * the rich = los ricos, la gente rica. * the right + Nombre + to the right + Nombre + at the right time = el + Nombre + correcto al + Nombre + adecuado en el momento oportuno. * the right of way = preferencia de paso, derecho de paso. * the right place at the right time = el sitio adecuado en el momento adecuado. * the rights and wrongs = lo bueno y lo malo. * the right twigs for an eagle's nest = como anillo al dedo. * the right way round = en posición correcta. * the rings of Saturn = los anillos de Saturno. * the rising tide of = el crecimiento de. * the road to nowhere = camino sin rumbo. * the road (to/towards) + Nombre + is paved with + Nombre = el camino hacia + Nombre + está plagado de + Nombre, el camino hacia + Nombre + está lleno de + Nombre. * the road travelled so far = el camino recorrido. * the roof of the world = el techo del mundo. * the rush of events = los acontecimientos. * the sad fact is (that) = la triste realidad es que. * the sad truth (of the matter) is that = la triste realidad (del asunto) es que. * the same as = lo mismo que. * the same as before = lo mismo que antes. * the same as that for = lo mismo que para. * the same goes for = lo mismo ocurre con. * the same is not true (for/of/with) = no es lo mismo en el caso de, esto no ocurre en el caso de. * the same is true (for/of/with) = lo mismo ocurre en el caso de, éste es también el caso de, lo mismo se aplica a. * the same old thing = siempre lo mismo. * the sands of time = el transcurrir del tiempo, el paso del tiempo. * the saying + be + that = se dice que. * the scene = la movida. * the Sea of Galilee = el Mar de Galilea. * the second time around = la segunda vez, por segunda vez. * the shackles of = las ataduras de, el yugo de, el lastre de. * the shape of things to come = ser lo que nos espera. * the short story + be = en resumidas cuentas, en pocas palabras. * the show must go on = la vida continúa, hay que seguir adelante, hay que pensar en el futuro, hay que mirar hacia el futuro. * the skies + open up = caer un chaparrón, caer un diluvio, empezar a diluviar. * the skinny on = toda la verdad sobre, la verdad sobre. * the sky is the limit = Download Gratuito Agora!
adv. เฑอะ, ฑิ (บังคับ) 1. ใช้ในสำนวนยิ่ง(มาก)ยิ่ง(ดี) The more the better : The more he has the more he wants. ; The sooner the better. 1. (grammar) เป็นไวยากรณ์ ที่ใช้ยากที่สุด แต่ยังอิงกฎเกณฑ์พื้นฐานดังกล่าวเสมอ 2. (grammar) การจะใช้ให้ถูกต้องจริงๆ กรุณาดูที่หนังสือคัมภีร์แห่งไวยากรณ์ และต้องดูความหมายของศัพท์ แต่ละตัวไปด้วย 3. (grammar) the bus หมายถึงรถเมล์คันไหนก็ได้ ที่มีหมายเลขดังกล่าว หรือไปตามเส้นทางดังกล่าว : I'm waiting for the bus. 4. (grammar) the toilet หมายถึงห้องสุขาไหนก็ได้ ที่อนุญาติให้เพศดังกล่าวไปใช้ได้ และอยู่ใกล้ที่สุด : Where is the toilet?
◊ mạo từ ▪ cái, con, người... ◦ the house : cái nhà ◦ the cat : con mèo ▪ ấy, này (người, cái, con...) ◦ I dislike the man : tôi không thích người này ▪ duy nhất (người, vật...) ◦ he is the shoemaker here : ông ta là người thợ giày duy nhất ở đây
◊ phó từ
▪ (trước một từ so sánh) càng ◦ the sooner you start the sooner you will get there : ra đi càng sơm, anh càng đến đấy sớm ◦ so much the better : càng tốt ◦ the sooner the better : càng sớm càng tốt
Dicionário fonte: Dicionário Inglês-Romeno (MF)
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treaba etc. grea, neplacuta, complicata etc. al dracului I. 1. the house > casa ; tha chair > scaunul
2. (distributiv) pe
II. he is the romantic poet > e poetul romantic prin excelenta ; e cel mai mare poet romantic
III. (precede un adj. sau adv. la comp.) cu cit.. cu atit.. (vezi) theo-
def art (usu )the history of Poland historia Polski the books/children are in the library książki/dzieci są w bibliotece the rich and the poor bogaci i biedni to attempt the impossible porywać się z motyką na słońce 2. (in titles )Elizabeth the First Elżbieta I Peter the Great Piotr Wielki 3. (in comparisons )the more he works the more he earns im więcej pracuje, tym więcej zarabia
the1 [Ji:; unstressed before consonant JB; unstressed before vowel JN] def art (a)le, f la; (before vowel or h mute) l', pl les; at/to the ..., au, à la, pl aux; of/from the ..., du, de la, pl des; (b)(stressed) [Ji:] her father is Professor Smith, THE Professor Smith, son père est le professeur Smith, le grand ou le célèbre professeur Smith; Maurice's is THE shop for furniture, pour les meubles, la maison Maurice est la meilleure qui soit.
the2 adv I am all the more/the less surprised that ..., j'en suis d'autant plus/d'autant moins surpris que ...; he ran all the faster, il a couru d'autant plus vite; the sharper the point the better the needle, les aiguilles sont d'autant meilleures que leur pointe est fine; the sooner the better, le plus tôt sera le mieux; the less said about it the better, moins on en parlera mieux cela vaudra; the more he drinks the thirstier he gets, plus il boit, plus il a soif.
def. article опред. член;THE sooner THE better колкото по-скоро, толкова по-добре;all THE better толкова по-добре;I am none THE better for it не ми е никак по-добре от това;the; (пред сьгласна);[i] (пред гласна и нямо h);[i:] (под ударение); def. article 1. с
Dicionário fonte: Dicionário Búlgaro Inglês (Terry)
A tradução de the do Inglês para o Búlgaro
[ъ] (пред сьгласна); [i] (пред гласна и нямо h); [i:] (под ударение); def. article 1. с определящо знач.: ~ man in ~ corner човекът в ъгьла; England of ~ Tudors Англия от времето на Тюдорите; 2. с родово знач.: ~ whale is a mammal китът e млекопитаещо; З. с редни числ. и прев. cm.: Edward ~ Seventh Едуард VII; in ~ last row на последния ред; 4. с географски имена, имена на вестницu и пр.: ~ USA САЩ; ~ Hague Хага; ~ Alps Алпите; ~ Thames Темза; ~ Atlantic (Ocean) Атлантическият океан; ~ Times в. Таймз; ~ Browns сем. Браун; 5. с разпределително знач.: 50 p. ~ pound по 50 пенса фунта; four apples to ~ pound по 4 ябълки в един фунт; eight minutes to ~ mile осем минути на миля; 6. сьс знач. на показ. мест.: at ~ moment в момента, в този момент; I like ~ man харесва ми този човек; 7. сьс субстантивирано прил.: 1) в ед. ч. с отвлечено знач.: ~ sublime възвишеното; 2) в ед. ч. сьс знач. на мн. ч.: ~ poor бедните; ~ English англичаните; З) в мн. ч.: ~ conservatives консерваторите; 4) с прил., означаващо езика на да ден народ: translated from ~ Spanish преведено от испански; 8. с имената на някои болести: ~ measles шарка; ~ mumps заушки; 9. [i:] (винаги ударено): he too is Walter Scott but not ~ Walter Scott и той e Уолтър Скот, но не прочутият Уолтър Скот; he is ~ specialist on той e най-добрият/найизвестният специалист по; tea is ~ drink for a cold чаят e най-доброто питие, когато човек е настинал; 10. вьв вьзклицания: какъв; ~ cheek! какво нахалство! [ъ] adv сьс сравн. ст. 1. още по-, толкова по-; it will be ~ easier for you as you are younger на тебе ще ти бъде още по-лесно, защото си по-млад; so much ~ better/~ worse for him толкова по-добре/по-зле за него; 2. колкото... толкова; ~ more I read ~ more I forget колкото повече чета, толкова повече забравям; less said about it ~ better колкото по-малко говорим за това, толкова по-добре; да не говорим за това.
a blow with the f. a day after the fair a death the doctor a division of the quran a leak in the treasury a limb of the sea a pat on the back a penny the worse a run on the bank a scrape of the pen a shake of the head a slip of the pen a slip of the tongue a suppository for the vulva a sweep of the arm a the world accross-the-slope system affiliation with the department of defen all the better all the same all the way angle ti the normal as the crow files as the saying is ask for the hand of a woman at the a of 50 at the back of at the but cher's at the d. of at the dip at the door at the moment of the sale at the point of sale (pos) at the same time at the specified tenor at the utmost
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the white house the white race the whole body of a nation the whole of morality is there the whole world the widow of the late the wind blow over the wind drowned the strigs the wind rises the wise the wnoke kit of them the word is sanctioned by use the work is in full swing the work was paralysed the work was well paid the world and its fullness the world is transitory the worship of god the wound is rankling the wound was healed the wound was infected the wrong side of a blanket the wrong side outward the wronged (one) the year past the youth of the country the youth of the world the(train) theater in the round theblood washed away the bridg their p was toward the south they rushed out of the room ti is true in the rough
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the united states of america the unruly the upper house the upper lip the upper regions the upper storey the urban districts the utility of medicines the uttermost poverty the valley lies below the veins and arteries the vertex of an angle the very last drop the vessel was put a bout the victims of the earthquake the violence of a wind the vocative case the wall the wares beat the shore the warp and ther woof the watch is warranted the water supply of tehran the water was overknee the wave the wave heaves the waves beats or the shore the waves of the sea the way to the palace the weather inclines to fair the weight is 5 kilogrammes the weird sisters the well was a bad producer the wheat was scanted the while or whilst
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the seed of adam the sense of sight the setting of a gem the smoke goes up the chimney the social evil the sooner the better the source the south pole the staff of old age the stars twinkle the statue was well niched the story is probale the strain on a rope the streets are very muddy the tenth day of the months the terrestrial the textile art the third person the third watch of the night the three kingdoms the total population the troops were scattered the tule of thumb the turkish language the turn of a wheel the twin brothers the twins the two books are a like the two nodes the two nostrils the types are inked over the u kingdom the u states the underwritten names the united kingdom
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the rear vassals the reason is that the reason is two fold the reason is twofold the reason why the red army the red lion & sun the reek of tobacco the reinbefore the remedy lies in this the report goes the requirements of the law the reservoir of a lamp the rest lies with you the revelations the revered gentleman the reverse of the medal the right side of a fabric the right way to do a thing the ring finger the rising generation the river karoon the road the rock the rod of moses the run of the hills is east the s. is better than the thir the sabre the search of(or for)something the second man to come the second person the second semester the secret parts the secret will open to me the secular bird
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the losser of a child the moderns the moon in her plenitude the observed of all observers the occurrences of the day the odds are that he will doit the off horse the offending party the offscourings humanity the oil leaks the old man survived his son the open door the opening chapter of the quran the optative the optative mood the optio to accept or reject the pacific the pacific ocean the parliament is sitting the parliament is up the past tense the peninsular war the people the people pressed in the phases of the moon the picture of joy the planetary bodies the play of europe the point of an arrow the police are on his track the policy of the government the rage of the wind the range of a firearm the rat of 2to 3
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the key to a riddle the key is in the door the king in council the kingdom of heaven the knife the lancet was infected the large one the lash the last .but one the last day the last two years the late governor the late rains the law forbids the law does not apply to him the lesser lumen the letter is urgent the letter of the law the lion said the litigants the little bustard the little entent the little entente the little finger the lobes of the liver the long and the short of it the long robe the longs the look end of a string the loose the maiden zone the lord the lord is my p the lord of all being ادامه واژههاي مرتبط(327)
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the human intellect the hurdles the i the i. parts of a whole the indirect cause the infinitive mood the inherent the ink blots the ins and the out the instability of a bridge the intercalary month the interest of it is gone the interior of a building the interst accumulated the intuitive faculty the investigation of accounts the invisible the invisible world the inward man the iranian nation the iron age the iron interest the iron rusted the islamic formula the islamic inspector of the market the israelites the jewish nation the joy overpays the toil the judges were influenced by the judgewas corrupted the judiciary the juice of the grape the karoon river the keep of a horse the keeping of a festival
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the common wealth of australia the common wealth of england the common wealth of massachusette the concert of europe the conditions the connecting link the contracting parties the cork went off with apop the d. take him the daily paper the dark continent the date was not specified the day a the day a to morrow the day before the days of old the dead lie in state the earth rotates arounditself the earthquake sufferers the eastern question the ever lasting the ever lasting fod the evil one the f. of a table the f. of the month the f.of the matter the f.of the year the fire the fire books of moses the first day the first or index finger the house went into secret session the hoy f. the hu man race
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situated to the right skin the cat skip of the mat skirl in the pan sourness is the p of vinegar soverignty of the consumer sprining to the mind first stack the defence state of the art state of the realm stipulation of the right of rescission subject to the british rule succession of the presidency succession to the throne such being the case such dresses are the vogue suit the punishment to the crime suppression of the menses take the altitude take the blade take the chair take the count take the part of take the salute take this letter to the post taking the public interest into account tap the door with your fingers that is not of the question that is not the case that is not the proposition that is not the question that is not the word for it
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pressure above the atmosphere principal in the first degree processing of the order proclamation of the republic queen of (the)may queen of the meadows queen of the tides ready for cinnection to the mains reduction of shares of the heirs reduction to the meridian remove the seal from rials 40 the metre rice in the husk ride the bench rig the market rig the ship roof of the mouth seat-of-the pants secretary of the army sell the pass set of the sails set the course set the game set the pace set the score set the watch shape of the moment diagram sharing the market show one the door show to the door sides of the question sin of the f. since the outbreak of the war sindbad the sailor sit on the ball
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one with the other opposite to the house opposition jupiter to the sun orbit of the earth orbit of the moon out of the perpendicular out of the straight out of the way over the beach operations over the horizon over the shoulder bombing parties to the contract pay a way the sheet pay to the bearer payable to the bearer peers of the realm peg in the ring performance of the dam pick up the pieces pierce the block pillars of the state piping the side plan of the day play the ball play the field play the hypocrite playing the board playing the man play-the-ball plead for the widow please return the book please send me the p papers poverty of the blood president of the court president of the republic
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justice of the peace keep the fire in keep the secret keep to the right keep up with the times knight of the post knight of the road land of the rising sun law of the staple law officers of the crown lead the way liberty of the press lie on the table lily of the valley limbs of the body lord stew of the household majority of the members marshal of the air force (af) move off the ball mucus of the nose nature of the operation (jf) nearer the end obedient to the law obstruction in the bowels of the same leaven one of the makes lawful one of the sunni school one of the sunni schools one of the two major sects among muslims one should not drop the pilot one thrid of the estate one who appeals to the supreme court
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in the costume of in the country in the d. in the dark in the days of in the drak in the dumps in the dust in the egg in the end in the event of in the event that in the extreme in the eye of in the f. in the f. of her dress in the face of in the face of such odds in the family way in the interim in the light of in the long run in the lump in the main in the mass in the year 1943 in the year one input admittance of the tube intensity of the magnetic field international law of the sea into the bargain it goes before the wind it is nothing out of the way it is rotten at the core it smells of the lamp it spells ruin to the workmen johnny on the sopt jump the gum
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he set out for the village he sold the good ones he sold the shirt off his back he wants the stick he wondered at the sight he writes for the papers heave of the sea heir to the crown heis the one who helpers of the prophet in medina henry the f. i alone bear the brunt of it i came to the garden i heard the bell ring i intend my son for the bar i must answer for the damages i paid the debt plus interest i put the population at 20000 i ran the words through i said nothing of the kind i was the second to speak i went in to the garden i,the under signed idols of the cave idols of the tribe ignorance of the face is a good defence ignorance of the law is no defence in the a in the a way in the a. year of in the abstract in the beginning in the capacity of
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extend the life of the company extend the maining of extension of the agreement f.of the stomach failure to comply with the transaction family of the prophet floret of the disk follow the ball follow the string forfeit to the state from the bottom of the heart from the dead from the four winds from the very f. fruit of the womb fulfilment of the obligation get the axe go by the board go to the bar god the father grumbling in the stomach guardians of the peace have the lend of he could read the future he has a fine p in the town he has nostomach for the fight he has passed the chair he has the p of forgiving he is if the right he is in the perfumery way he is new to the trade he personated the king he popped off (the hooks)
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child in the womp child of the second bed chip of the old block collecting of the current collision of the first kind collision of the second kind commissioning the ship condition contrary to the requirement condition contrary to the requirment condition contrary to the requirment of covenant of the league of nations crowd the plate crown of the caves way customs of the services d. of the horizon d. of the sun darius the second default by the principal deposit with the bank deputy of the parliament deviate from the main subject dismissal of the armey distinguished investigated by the distribution of the estate do the necessary do us the p of dining with us dressed up to the nines drop the ball behind the block e. to the occasion elect for the parliament expiry of the term
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authority ties of the state before or after the f. before the jvdges before the tree behind the door behind the scenes behind the times being in the sacred state below the horizon below the line below the mark blow with the open glove breach of the peace break into the market break the wind bull the market by the good offices of by the holy poker by the instrumentality of by the job by the left or right flank by the look of it by the number by the piece by the side of the road by the square by the stern call over the coals call the roll captain of the forecastle captain of the port captain of the top chapter of the quran chief clerk of the court