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Определение “character” в словаре английского

Определение "character" в словаре английского

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characternoun

uk   /ˈkær.ɪk.tər/  us   /ˈker.ɪk.tɚ/
  • character noun (QUALITY)

B1 [C or U] the ​particularcombination of ​qualities in a ​person or ​place that makes them different from ​others: Politeness is ​traditionallypart of the British character. It would be very out of character (= not ​typical) of her to ​lie. One of the joys of being a ​parent is ​watching the child's character ​develop. The ​idea was to ​modernizevariousaspects of the ​house without ​changingitsessential character. It's not in his character to be (= he is not usually)jealous.B2 [U] qualities that are ​interesting and ​unusual: a ​hotel of character I'd ​prefer an ​oldplace with a ​bit of character. Old ​books are said to give a ​room character. As ​peoplegrowolder, ​theirfacesacquire more character. [U] the ​quality of being ​determined and ​able to ​deal with ​difficultsituations: She has such strength of character.

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  • character noun (IN A STORY)

B1 [C] a ​personrepresented in a ​film, ​play, or ​story: The ​filmrevolves around three ​main characters. She had Mickey Mouse or some other ​cartoon/Disney character on her ​sweater. He made his ​name as a character actor (= an ​actor who ​playsunusual and often ​humorouspeople).

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  • character noun (PERSON)

C2 [C] a ​person, ​especially when you are ​describing a ​particularquality that they have: She's a ​curious character - I don't really ​know what to ​think of her. There were one or two strange-looking characters ​hanging around the ​bar.C1 [C] informal someone whose ​behaviour is different from most people's, ​especially in a way that is ​interesting or ​funny: Ted's quite a character/a ​real character - he's 70 now and still ​riding that ​motorbike.

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  • character noun (MARK)

C1 [C] a ​letter, ​number, or other ​mark or ​sign used in writing or ​printing, or the ​space one of these ​takes: a ​string of characters (= a ​line of ​marks) The ​address was written in Chinese/​Japanese characters (= ​systems of writing). The ​computerscreen on this ​laptop is 66 characters (= ​spaces)wide.
(Определение слова character из Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Определение "character" в словаре американского английского

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characternoun

 us   /ˈkær·ək·tər/
  • character noun (QUALITY)

[C/U] the ​particularcombination of things about a ​person or ​place, esp. things you cannot ​see, that make that ​person or ​place different from ​others: [C] The ​idea was to ​modernize the ​house without ​changingitshomey character. [C/U] Character is often used in a ​positive way to ​meanqualities that are ​interesting and ​unusual: [U] It’s a ​theater with a lot of character.
  • character noun (PERSON)

literature [C] a ​personrepresented in a ​movie, ​play, or ​story: The ​storyrevolves around three ​main characters. [C] A character is also a ​person, esp. with ​reference to a ​particularquality that the ​person has: There were one or two suspicious-looking characters ​hanging around.
  • character noun (MARK)

grammar [C] a ​letter, ​number, or other ​mark or ​sign used in writing or ​printing, or the ​space one of these ​takes: This ​computerscreen is 66 characters ​wide.
(Определение слова character из Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Определение "character" в словаре делового английского

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characternoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈkærəktər/
IT a ​letter, ​number, or other ​symbol used in writing, especially in ​printedtext or on a ​computer: Click on the "word count" ​tool to ​find out how many ​lines, words, or characters are in your ​document.
(Определение слова character из Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Переводы "character"
на корейский 성격, 주인공, 인물…
на арабский شَخْصِيّة, طَابَع…
на малайский watak, peribadi, nama baik…
на французский caractère, genre, réputation…
на русский характер, персонаж, характерная особенность…
на китайский (традиционный) 品質, 性格,個性, 特徵…
на итальянский carattere, personaggio…
на турецкий karakter, şahsiyet, kişilik…
на польский charakter, postać, typ (człowieka)…
на испанский carácter, reputación, personaje…
на вьетнамский tính cách, nghị lực, thanh danh…
на португальский caráter, personalidade, personagem…
на тайский คุณลักษณะเด่น, คุณลักษณะที่น่ายกย่อง, ชื่อเสียง…
на немецкий der Charakter, die Persönlichkeit, der Ruf…
на каталонский caràcter, personatge…
на японский 個性, 性質, 登場人物…
на китайский (упрощенный) 品质, 性格,个性, 特征…
на индонезийский watak, sifat, reputasi…
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