soon

soon
{su:n}
1. скоро
as SOON, as SOON as, so SOON as веднага щом като
I would (just) as SOON walk as ride спокойно мога и пеш да си ходя (нямам предпочитание)
he could as SOON write an epic as drive a car той никога няма да се научи да кара кола
2. рано
you spoke too SOON ти заговори много рано, избърза със заговорването
no SOONer... than едва-що... и, веднага след
no SOONer said than done речено-сторено
I would SOONer... than... предпoчитам да, по-скоро бих... отколкото да...
I had no SOONer arrived than I was told to start back again едва бях пристигнал и ми казаха да се връщам
the SOONer the better колкото по-рано/по-скоро, толкова по-добре
SOON or late, SOONer or later рано или късно, все някога
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{su:n} adv 1. скоро; as soon , as soon as, so soon as веднага щом като; I
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скоро; рано;
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1. as soon, as soon as, so soon as веднага щом като 2. he could as soon write an epic as drive a car той никога няма да се научи да кара кола 3. i had no sooner arrived than i was told to start back again едва бях пристигнал и ми казаха да се връщам 4. i would (just) as soon walk as ride спокойно мога и пеш да си ходя (нямам предпочитание) 5. i would sooner ... than предпoчитам да, по-скоро бих ... отколкото да 6. no sooner ... than едва-що ... и, веднага след 7. no sooner said than done речено-сторено 8. soon or late, sooner or later рано или късно, все някога 9. the sooner the better колкото по-рано/по-скоро, толкова по-добре 10. you spoke too soon ти заговори много рано, избърза със заговорването 11. рано 12. скоро
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soon [su:n] adv 1. скоро; as \soon (as \soon as, so \soon as) веднага щом като; I would as \soon walk as ride нямам нищо против това (предпочитам) да си ходя пеш; least said \soonest mended да не го усукваме повече, нека се забрави; 2. рано; no \sooner ... than веднага след; no \sooner said than done речено-сторено; I would \sooner die than spend my life in a wheelchair по-скоро бих умрял, отколкото да прекарам живота си в инвалидна количка; the \sooner the better колкото по-скоро, толкова по-добре; \sooner or later рано или късно.

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