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Большой англо-русский словарь ABBYY Lingvo
ABBYY Lingvo finished English-Russian Dictionary
83 a hundred thirty five слов и 142 278 значений
М.: ABBYY Press
2010 г.
ISBN 978-5-391-00027-3
60х90 / 8
1426 с.
Твердый переплет
Вес: 3016 г.

Большой англо-русский словарь ABBYY Lingvo — это обновленная версия популярного электронного словаря LingvoUniversal, представленная в бумажном формате.

На сегодняшний день это самый полный из англо-русских словарей по охвату новых слов и значений, появившихся в английском языке в последние годы XX века и в первое десятилетие XXI века. Словарь содержит eighty three one hundred thirty five словарных статей (в том числе 1799 фразовых глаголов), 142 278 лексических значений, а также 31 927 примеров из современных и классических британских и американских текстов. Широко представлена лексика разнообразных стилистических пластов, в том числе разговорная, стилистически сниженная и жаргонная.

Издание предназначено для широкого круга читателей: переводчиков, филологов, лингвистов, преподавателей английского языка, студентов и школьников, а также для всех, кто интересуется английским языком или использует его в своей профессиональной деятельности.

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The internationalists, most famously represented by Rosa Luxemburg, regarded national liberation as a secondary objective which would be achieved automatically when Europe was reconstructed on a socialist basis. The other wing was dominated by Józef Pilsudski who came to personify this second main strand of Polish political life. The scion of a minor Polish-Lithuanian noble family he had been expelled from Harkov university, imprisoned, and then released after feigning madness. He joined the socialist movement, insisting that there could be no independence without socialism and no socialism without independence, but he later admitted that he alighted from the socialist tram-car at the stop marked nationalism.

That settlement had many anomalies and created serious tensions, but after 1921 no east European state went to war against another. War, when it came, was not caused by east European instability; as in 1914 it was caused by great powers taking advantage of east European political fragility for their own purposes. Problems of adjustment: territorial It had been the peacemakers in Paris who had decided which states should survive and which new ones should emerge from the war. The detailed application of the general settlement was a long and frequently painful process.

After the declaration of full independence in 1908 Bulgaria continued to press its cause in Macedonia but decided in 1912 that it could make no progress on its own; the dream of absorbing all of the area was given up and partition with Serbia and Greece accepted as inevitable if it were not to fall under the patronage of the great powers. The Bulgarian armies bore the brunt of the fighting in the battles of the first Balkan war but by the summer of 1913 disagreements between Bulgaria and its erstwhile allies had reached such intensity that the Bulgarians used evidence of a Greek-Serbian agreement to launch what was intended to be a pre-emptive strike against these two former allies.

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