slope

slope
{sloup}
I. n наклон, наклоненост, полегатост, склон, скат, откос
SLOPE of a curve мат. кривина
SLOPE up нанагорнище
SLOPE down нанадолнище
rifles at the SLOPE воен. пушки на рамо
to do a SLOPE slope
II. 1. наклонявам (се), навеждам (се), спускам (се)
to SLOPE up издигам се, възвишавам се (за терен и пр.)
to SLOPE down накланям се, спускам се надолу
to SLOPE forward/backward наклонен съм надясно/наляво (за почерк)
to SLOPE arms воен. слагам пушки на рамо
2. sl. измъквам се, офейквам (и с off)
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{sloup} n наклон; наклоненост; полегатост; склон, скат; откос; (2) {sloup} v 1. наклонявам (се), навеждам (се); спускам (се);
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скосявам; склон; скат; накланям; наклон; наклонявам; навеждам;
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1. i. n наклон, наклоненост, полегатост, склон, скат, откос 2. ii. наклонявам (се), навеждам (се), спускам (се) 3. rifles at the slope воен. пушки на рамо 4. sl. измъквам се, офейквам (и с off) 5. slope down нанадолнище 6. slope of a curve мат. кривина 7. slope up нанагорнище 8. to do a slope slope 9. to slope arms воен. слагам пушки на рамо 10. to slope down накланям се, спускам се надолу 11. to slope forward/backward наклонен съм надясно/наляво (за почерк) 12. to slope up издигам се, възвишавам се (за терен и пр.)
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slope [sloup] I. n 1. наклон, полегатост, наведеност; склон, скат; \slope of a river речен пад, увес; ski(ing) \slope скиписта; \slope down (на)надолнище; \slope up (на)нагорнище; \slope of a curve мат. извивка на крива; 2. мин. бремсберг; II. v 1. наклонявам (се), накланям (се), навеждам (се) (за склонове); to \slope up възвишавам се; to \slope down спускам се; to \slope forward (backward) (за почерк) наклонен надясно (наляво); to \slope arms воен. поставям пушка на рамо; to \slope (out) the neck of a dress изрязвам (разширявам) вратната извивка на рокля; 2. sl избягвам, измъквам се, офейквам, "духвам" (и \slope off, to do a \slope); 3.: to \slope about (round) разг. скитам, скиторя, хайманосвам, шляя се.

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