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ID: 7105
Означающее: finger      Добавить в блокнот
Язык: Английский
Источник:Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English. A S Hornby. Seventh edition. Oxford University Press. 2005.
Структурная оппозиция: Семантика
Лексико-семантическое поле: Лингвистика


noun, verb


4 ~ (of something)

a long narrow piece of bread, cake, land, et cetera:

a finger of toast; chocolate fingers

— see also FISH FINGER

    Idiom(s) section.
the finger of suspicion if the finger of suspicion points or is pointed at somebody, they are suspected of having committed a crime, being responsible for something, et cetera
get, pull, et cetera your finger out (British English, informal) used to tell somebody to start doing some work or making an effort: You’re going to have to pull your finger out if you want to pass this exam.
give somebody the finger (North American English, informal) to raise your middle finger in the air with the back part of your hand facing somebody, done to be rude to somebody or to show them that you are angry
have a finger in every pie (informal) to be involved in a lot of different activities and have influence over them, espe¬cially when other people think that this is annoying
have, et cetera your fingers in the till (British English, informal) to be stealing money from the place where you work
have/ keep your finger on the pulse (of something) to always be aware of the most recent developments in a particular situation
lay a finger on somebody (usually used in negative sentences) to touch somebody with the intention of hurting them physically: I never laid a finger on her.
not put your finger on something to not be able to identify what is wrong or different about a particular situation: There was something odd about him but I couldn’t put my finger on it.
put/stick two fingers up at somebody (British English, informal) to form the shape of a V with the two fingers nearest your thumb and raise your hand in the air with the back part of it facing somebody, done to be rude to them or to show them that you are angry — see also V-SIGN
work your fingers to the bone to work very hard
— more at BURN verb, COUNT verb, CROSS verb, LIFT verb, POINT verb, SLIP verb, SNAP verb, STICKY, THUMB noun

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