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Определение “promise” в словаре английского

Определение "promise" в словаре английского

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promiseverb

uk   /ˈprɒm.ɪs/  us   /ˈprɑː.mɪs/
  • promise verb (SAY CERTAINLY)

B1 [I or T] to ​tell someone that you will ​certainly do something: [+ to infinitive] He promised ​faithfully tocall me every ​week. [+ that] The ​government have promised that they'll ​reducetaxes. [+ (that)] Promise me (that) you won't ​tell him. I'll ​look for some while I'm at the ​shops but I'm not promising anything. Can I have that ​book back when you've ​finished because I've promised it (= I have said I will give it) to Sara. [+ two objects] Her ​parents promised her a new ​car if she ​passed her ​exams. I've promised myself a ​longbath when I get through all this ​work. [+ speech] "I'll come round and ​see you every ​day," she promised. "I won't do anything ​dangerous." "You promise?" "I promise." "I won't have ​time to take you ​shopping this ​afternoon." "But you promised!"

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promisenoun

uk   /ˈprɒm.ɪs/  us   /ˈprɑː.mɪs/
  • promise noun (SAY CERTAINLY)

B1 [C] the ​act of saying that you will ​certainly do something: I'll put my things away ​tonight - and that's a promise! I'll ​try to get back in ​time, but I'm not making any promises.keep/break a promise B2 to do/not do what you said that you would do: If I make a promise, I like to ​keep it.

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(Определение слова promise из Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Определение "promise" в словаре американского английского

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promiseverb

 us   /ˈprɑm·ɪs/
  • promise verb (STATE CONFIDENTLY)

[I/T] to ​state to someone that you will ​certainly do something: [T] We promised the ​kids (that) we’d take them to the ​zoo. [+ to infinitive] She promised to be ​careful.
  • promise verb (HAVE LIKELY SUCCESS)

to ​seemlikely: [+ to infinitive] The new ​movie promises to be one of the ​biggest money-makers of all ​time.

promisenoun

 us   /ˈprɑm·ɪs/
  • promise noun (LIKELY SUCCESS)

[U] the ​likelihood of ​success or ​achievement: She ​showsgreat promise as a ​fictionwriter.
  • promise noun (CONFIDENT STATEMENT)

[C] a ​statement that you will ​certainly do something: I’ll ​try to get back in ​time, but I’m not making any promises. He ​broke his promise to (= said he would but did not) give his ​artcollection to the ​countymuseum.
(Определение слова promise из Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Переводы "promise"
на корейский 약속하다…
на арабский يَعِد…
на малайский berjanji, menjanjikan, dijangka…
на французский promettre (de), promettre…
на русский обещать…
на китайский (традиционный) 肯定地說, 允諾,答應, 保證…
на итальянский promettere…
на турецкий söz vermek, vaatte bulunmak, vaat etmek…
на польский obiecywać, przyrzekać…
на испанский prometer…
на вьетнамский hứa, đảm bảo, báo hiệu…
на португальский prometer, dar a palavra…
на тайский สัญญา, มีเค้า, ส่อแวว…
на немецкий versprechen, Hoffnung erwecken…
на каталонский prometre…
на японский (人)に~を約束する, 保証する, (人)に~を与えることを約束する…
на китайский (упрощенный) 肯定地说, 允诺,答应, 保证…
на индонезийский berjanji, menjanjikan, menjanjikan harapan…
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