everything

everything
1. n обыкн. pl шутл. всякая всячина
2. indef pron всё

he thinks he knows everything — он думает, что всё знает

everything for sports — всё для спорта

to put everything in its place — класть всё на своё место

to manage everything in time — суметь сделать всё вовремя

everything on the deck was awash — на палубе всё было смыто

everything hangs on his answer — всё зависит от его ответа

to upset everything in the house — перевернуть всё в доме

just relax, everything is OK — не волнуйся, всё в порядке

3. indef pron гл. отриц. с в форме всё

everything is not clear — не всё ясно

everything was not lost — не всё было потеряно

to take everything off — всё убрать

we share everything — у нас всё общее

everything that moves — всё, что может двигаться

everything gets know n — всё становится известным

I perhapsed everything — я всё ставил под сомнение

Синонимический ряд:
all (other) all; all things; many things; the entirety; the lot; the totality; the universe; the whole; the whole complex; the whole kit and caboodle (colloquial); the whole lot; the whole shebang; the whole shebang (chiefly US, colloquial); the whole shooting match (colloquial); the works

English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

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  • Everything — is the concept of all that exists.cite web title = everything url = http://www.merriam webster.com/dictionary/everything publisher = Merriam Webster Online Dictionary accessdate = 2008 06 17] Every entity, physical body, and abstract object is… …   Wikipedia

  • Everything — Ev er*y*thing , n. Whatever pertains to the subject under consideration; all things. [1913 Webster] More wise, more learned, more just, more everything. Pope. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • everything is OK — everything is fine, everything is all right …   English contemporary dictionary

  • everything — ► PRONOUN 1) all things, or all the things of a group or class. 2) the most important thing or aspect: money isn t everything. 3) the current situation; life in general …   English terms dictionary

  • everything — [ev′rē thiŋ΄] pron. 1. every thing; all things; all 2. all things pertinent to a specified matter 3. the most important thing [money is everything to him] …   English World dictionary

  • everything — index entirety, sum (total), totality, whole Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • everything — late 14c., from EVERY (Cf. every) + THING (Cf. thing) …   Etymology dictionary

  • everything — [n] entirety aggregate, all, all in all, all that, all things, business, complex, each thing, every little thing*, fixins’*, lock stock and barrel*, lot, many things, sum, the works*, total, universe, whole, whole ball of wax*, whole caboodle*,… …   New thesaurus

  • everything — [[t]e̱vrɪθɪŋ[/t]] ♦ 1) PRON INDEF: oft PRON else You use everything to refer to all the objects, actions, activities, or facts in a particular situation. He d gone to Seattle long after everything else in his life had changed... Early in the… …   English dictionary

  • everything — ev|ery|thing W1S1 [ˈevriθıŋ] pron 1.) each thing or all things ▪ Everything was covered in a thick layer of dust. ▪ I decided to tell her everything. ▪ Apart from the bus arriving late, everything else seemed to be going according to plan. 2.)… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • everything — eve|ry|thing [ evri,θıŋ ] pronoun *** When everything is a subject, it is used with a singular verb. 1. ) all the things, activities, etc. that are involved in a situation: The earthquake destroyed everything within a 25 mile radius. Everything s …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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