acquaintance

acquaintance
{ə'kweintəns}
1. (за) познанство, опознаване
tomake someone'sACQUAINTANCE, to make the ACQUAINTANCE of someone запознавам се с някого
he improves on/upon (closer) ACQUAINTANCE той печели, като ro опознаеш (по-отблизо)
to claim ACQUAINTANCE with someone претендирам, че се познавам с някого, припомням някому, че вече се познаваме
to drop ACQUAINTANCE with someone скъсвам връзките си с някого
to have a bowing/nodding ACQUAINTANCE with someone познавам някого бегло
to have a speaking ACQUAINTANCE with someone познавам се малко с някого, говорим си, като се срещнем
2. познания, знания (with по, в областта на)
3. познат (и), познайник, познайници
to have a wide circle of ACQUAINTANCEs, to have a wide ACQUAINTANCE имам широк кръг от/имам много познати
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{ъ'kweintъns} n 1. (за)познанство; опознаване: tomake s.
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опознаване; запознаване;
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1. (за) познанство, опознаване 2. he improves on/upon (closer) acquaintance той печели, като ro опознаеш (по-отблизо) 3. to claim acquaintance with someone претендирам, че се познавам с някого, припомням някому, че вече се познаваме 4. to drop acquaintance with someone скъсвам връзките си с някого 5. to have a bowing/nodding acquaintance with someone познавам някого бегло 6. to have a speaking acquaintance with someone познавам се малко с някого, говорим си, като се срещнем 7. to have a wide circle of acquaintances, to have a wide acquaintance имам широк кръг от/имам много познати 8. tomake someone'sacquaintance, to make the acquaintance of someone запознавам се с някого 9. познания, знания (with по, в областта на) 10. познат (и), познайник, познайници
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acquaintance[ə´kweintəns] n 1. познанство, запознаване; опознаване; on closer \acquaintance при по-интимно опознаване; to make s.o.'s \acquaintance, to make the \acquaintance of s.o. запознавам се с някого; to claim \acquaintance with s.o. 1) претендирам да познавам някого; 2) припомням някому, че вече се познаваме; to drop \acquaintance with s.o. скъсвам връзките си с някого; he improves upon \acquaintance той печели при по-близко опознаване; to have a bowing (nodding) \acquaintance with s.o. познавам се бегло с, поздравявам се с някого; 2. познат, познайник; to have a wide circle of \acquaintances, to have a wide \acquaintance имам широк кръг от познати, дружа с много хора; 3. знание, познание (в известна степен, непълно); his \acquaintance with the language will be useful to him познанията му по езика ще му бъдат полезни; \acquaintance rape журн., жарг. изнасилване, при което жената познава извършителя.

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