sheep

sheep
{ʃi:p}
1. овца (и прен.)
2. рl паство
3. овча кожа
to cast/make SHEEP's eyes at хвърлям влюбени погледи на, гледам влюбено
the SHEEP and the goats рел. праведните и грешниците
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{shi:p} n (pl без изменение) 1. овца (и прен.); 2. рl паство; З.
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овчи; овца;
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1. the sheep and the goats рел. праведните и грешниците 2. to cast/make sheep's eyes at хвърлям влюбени погледи на, гледам влюбено 3. овца (и прен.) 4. овча кожа 5. рl паство
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sheep[ʃi:p] n (pl \sheep) 1. овца; to follow like \sheep вървим като овце след; wolf in \sheep's clothing вълк в овча кожа; 2. "овца" (плах, стеснителен, кротък, възглупав човек); 3. pl паство; 4. овча кожа; a black \sheep "шугава овца", мършата на стадото, черната овца, негодник, калпазанин; to cast (make)\sheep's eyes at хвърлям влюбени погледи към, задявам с погледи; as well be hanged for a \sheep as for a lamb ако ще се давиш, в дълбока вода да се давиш.

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