authority

authority
{ə:'θəriti}
1. власт, пълномошие, право
in AUTHORITY на/с власт, на отговорно място, отговорен
to make one's AUTHORITY felt налагам се
who gave you the AUTHORITY to do this? кой ви даде право да направите това? by what AUTHORITY? на какво основание? с какво право? on one's own AUTHORITY на своя глава/отговорност, по своя инициатива, самостоятелно
2. pl власти, органи на властта
3. авторитет, тежест (with сред)
to carry AUTHORITY тежа, имам тежест/влияние
4. авторитет, специалист, познавач (on)
справочник (on)
5. достоверен източник, основание
on good AUTHORITY от достоверен източник, според сигурни сведения
on the AUTHORITY of Plato според Платон, на основание на думите на Платон
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{ъ:'dъriti} n 1. власт; пълномошие; право; in authority на/с власт,
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убедителност; тежест; основание; авторитет; власт; пълномощие; експерт;
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1. in authority на/с власт, на отговорно място, отговорен 2. on good authority от достоверен източник, според сигурни сведения 3. on the authority of plato според Платон, на основание на думите на Платон 4. pl власти, органи на властта 5. to carry authority тежа, имам тежест/влияние 6. to make one's authority felt налагам се 7. who gave you the authority to do this? кой ви даде право да направите това? by what authority? на какво основание? с какво право? on one's own authority на своя глава/отговорност, по своя инициатива, самостоятелно 8. авторитет, специалист, познавач (on) 9. авторитет, тежест (with сред) 10. власт, пълномошие, право 11. достоверен източник, основание 12. справочник (on)
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authority[ɔ:´uɔriti] n 1. власт, пълномощие (to c inf., for); State \authority държавна власт; set in \authority облечен във власт; to make o.'s \authority felt налагам се; who gave you \authority to do this? кой ти даде право да сториш това? by what \authority? на какво основание? 2. обикн. pl the authorities властите, органите на властта; local authorities местни власти; 3. авторитет, тежест (with); to carry \authority тежа, имам тежест, влиятелен съм; 4. авторитет (for), специалист, познавач (on), авторитетен източник; справочник (on); 5. достоверен източник, убедителност, основание; on good \authority от достоверен източник, според сигурни сведения; on the \authority of an eyewitness според един очевидец.

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