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impulse

['ɪmpʌls] брит. / амер.

сущ.

  1. удар, толчок

  2. импульс

  3. порыв, побуждение (к совершению чего-л.); стимул

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impulse

['ɪmpʌls]

n

  1. толчок, удар

  2. побуждение, импульс, порыв

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But as soon as I saw this first impulse of wounded dignity I positively trembled with spite, and at once burst out.
Но как только я увидал эту первую вспышку оскорбленного достоинства, я так и задрожал от злости и тотчас же прорвался.
Dostoevsky, Fyodor / Notes from the UndergroundДостоевский, Фёдор / Записки из подполья
Записки из подполья
Достоевский, Фёдор
© Издательство "Наука", 1989
Notes from the Underground
Dostoevsky, Fyodor
© 2008 by Classic House Books
So he had decided in the night of his delirium when several times he had had the impulse to get up and go away, to make haste, and get rid of it all.
Так порешил он еще ночью, в бреду, в те мгновения, когда, он помнил это, несколько раз порывался встать и идти: "поскорей, поскорей, и все выбросить".
Dostoevsky, Fyodor / Crime and PunishmentДостоевский, Фёдор / Преступление и наказание
Преступление и наказание
Достоевский, Фёдор
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1970
Crime and Punishment
Dostoevsky, Fyodor
© 2009 Rhodes Media
Harmonic impulse engines, Necklin color drive—hard to come by.
Аппараты гармонических импульсов, двигатели Неклина — все это теперь редкость.
Bujold, Lois McMaster / The Warrior's ApprenticeБуджолд, Лоис Макмастер / Ученик воина
Ученик воина
Буджолд, Лоис Макмастер
© Copyright Lois McMaster Bujold, 1986
© перевод С. Роя, С. Курдюкова, 1995
The Warrior's Apprentice
Bujold, Lois McMaster
© Copyright Lois McMaster Bujold, 1986
On a sudden impulse he entered a small shop and bought a cuckoo clock which had caught his eye.
Повинуясь внезапному импульсу, он вошел в лавку и купил часы с кукушкой, бросившиеся ему в глаза.
Zelazny, Roger / The Dream MasterЖелязны, Роджер / Творец сновидений
Творец сновидений
Желязны, Роджер
The Dream Master
Zelazny, Roger
Something must be trusted to the generous impulse, which often thrusts an artist upon feats of which he knows the difficulty, while he trusts courage and exertion may afford the means of surmounting it.
Нужно в известной мере довериться благородному импульсу, часто толкающему художника на подвиги, несмотря на то, что ему известна их трудность, ибо он верит, что смелость и вдохновенные усилия предоставят ему возможность одержать победу.
Scott, Walter / The AbbotСкотт, Вальтер / Аббат
Аббат
Скотт, Вальтер
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1963
The Abbot
Scott, Walter
© The University Court of the University of Edinburgh 2000
However, when she came to that part which related to marriage and going away, he got up—an irresistible impulse to move overcoming him.
Однако когда она заговорила о браке и об отъезде, он вскочил: непреодолимое желание двигаться охватило его.
Dreiser, Theodore / An American TragedyДрайзер, Теодор / Американская трагедия
Американская трагедия
Драйзер, Теодор
© Вершинина З., перевод на русский язык, 2010
© Галь Н., перевод на русский язык, 2010
© Издание на русском языке. ООО «Издательство «Эксмо». 2010
An American Tragedy
Dreiser, Theodore
© Horace Liveright, Inc., 1925
© Helen Dreiser, 1953
© Theodore Dreiser, 1926
“Well, it must have been a powerful impulse.
— Должно быть, по наитию.
DeChancie, John / Castle KidnappedДе Ченси, Джон / Замок похищенный
Замок похищенный
Де Ченси, Джон
Castle Kidnapped
DeChancie, John
© 1989 by John DeChancie
It is typical of such people to be utterly incapable of keeping their desires to themselves; they have, on the contrary, an irresistible impulse to display them in all their unseemliness as soon as they arise.
Признак этих людей - совершенное бессилие сдержать в себе свои желания; напротив, неудержимое стремление тотчас же их обнаружить, со всею даже неопрятностью, чуть только они зародятся.
Dostoevsky, Fyodor / The possessedДостоевский, Фёдор / Бесы
Бесы
Достоевский, Фёдор
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1989
The possessed
Dostoevsky, Fyodor
impulse responses of M-K transmission channels of diverse groups are estimated at the mobile station using the transmitted pilot signals; according to the invention
оценивают на мобильной станции с использованием переданных пилот сигналов импульсные характеристики М-К каналов передачи разнесённых групп;
Candide, from a natural impulse, looked at these two slaves more attentively than at the other oarsmen, and approached them with pity.
Кандид, движимый естественным состраданием, взглянул на них внимательнее, чем на других каторжников, а потом и подошел к ним.
Voltaire / CandideВольтер / Кандид
Кандид
Вольтер
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1965
Candide
Voltaire
© 1918 by BONI & LIVERIGHT, INC.
What is typical of sadism is not a niggardliness in the sense of withholding but a much more active, though unconscious, impulse to thwart others—to kill their joy and to disappoint their expectations.
То, что типично для садизма, это не отсутствие желания идти навстречу, а гораздо более сильный, хотя и бессознательный импульс к противодействию другим — уничтожению их радости, обману их ожиданий.
Horney, Karen / Our Inner Conflicts: A Constructive Theory of NeurosisХорни, Карен / Наши внутренние конфликты. Конструктивная теория невроза
Наши внутренние конфликты. Конструктивная теория невроза
Хорни, Карен
Our Inner Conflicts: A Constructive Theory of Neurosis
Horney, Karen
© renewed 1972 by Renate Mintz, Marianne von Eckardt andHorney Swarzenski Brigitte
© 1945 by W. W. Norton & Company, Inc.
Mr. Oldbuck paused a moment, and then answered with firmness - "No, my lord; I cannot think you have any reason to suspect the truth of what she has told you last, from no apparent impulse but the urgency of conscience.
Мистер Олдбок на миг задумался, но затем твердо ответил: — Нет, милорд, не думаю, чтобы у вас было какое-либо основание сомневаться в правдивости того, что она вам недавно сказала. Ее побуждала к этому только совесть.
Scott, Walter / The AntiquaryСкотт, Вальтер / Антикварий
Антикварий
Скотт, Вальтер
© Художественная литература, 1960
The Antiquary
Scott, Walter
© 2007 BiblioBazaar
I thoroughly believe that but for those unfortunate donkeys, we should have come to a good understanding; for my aunt had laid her hand on my shoulder, and the impulse was upon me, thus emboldened, to embrace her and beseech her protection.
Я твердо уверен, что, не будь этих злополучных ослов, мы пришли бы к полному согласию, так как бабушка положила мне руку на плечо, а я, набравшись храбрости, ютов был обнять ее и молить о покровительстве.
Dickens, Charles / David CopperfieldДиккенс, Чарльз / Жизнь Дэвида Копперфилда
Жизнь Дэвида Копперфилда
Диккенс, Чарльз
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1959
David Copperfield
Dickens, Charles
© CRW Publishing Limited 2004
A sudden impulse seemed to come into his soul.
Что-то как бы сотряслось в его душе.
Dostoevsky, Fyodor / The brothers KaramazovДостоевский, Фёдор / Братья Карамазовы
Братья Карамазовы
Достоевский, Фёдор
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1988
The brothers Karamazov
Dostoevsky, Fyodor
But as often, treading upon the heels of this impulse, came another which urged him to refrain, and to keep his secret to his own breast.
Но столько же раз по пятам за этим побуждением следовало другое, заставлявшее его молчать и хранить тайну в своем сердце.
Диккенс, Чарльз / Жизнь и приключения Николаса НикльбиDickens, Charles / The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
Dickens, Charles
© Wordsworth Editions Limited 1995
Жизнь и приключения Николаса Никльби
Диккенс, Чарльз
© Издательство "Правда", 1989

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'ɪmpʌlsNounудар; толчок

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Collocations

acoustic impulse
звуковой импульс
afferent impulse
афферентный импульс
angular impulse
вращательный импульс
anodic impulse
анодный импульс
apex impulse
верхушечный толчок
ascending impulse
восходящий импульс
back impulse
отраженный импульс
boosting impulse
импульс ускорителя
break impulse
импульс размыкания
cardiac impulse
волна возбуждения сердечной мышцы
cardiac impulse
сердечный толчок
cathodic impulse
катодный импульс
centrifugal impulse
центробежный импульс
centripetal impulse
центростремительный импульс
chopped impulse
срезанный импульс

Word forms

impulse

verb
Basic forms
Pastimpulsed
Imperativeimpulse
Present Participle (Participle I)impulsing
Past Participle (Participle II)impulsed
Present Indefinite, Active Voice
I impulsewe impulse
you impulseyou impulse
he/she/it impulsesthey impulse
Present Continuous, Active Voice
I am impulsingwe are impulsing
you are impulsingyou are impulsing
he/she/it is impulsingthey are impulsing
Present Perfect, Active Voice
I have impulsedwe have impulsed
you have impulsedyou have impulsed
he/she/it has impulsedthey have impulsed
Present Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I have been impulsingwe have been impulsing
you have been impulsingyou have been impulsing
he/she/it has been impulsingthey have been impulsing
Past Indefinite, Active Voice
I impulsedwe impulsed
you impulsedyou impulsed
he/she/it impulsedthey impulsed
Past Continuous, Active Voice
I was impulsingwe were impulsing
you were impulsingyou were impulsing
he/she/it was impulsingthey were impulsing
Past Perfect, Active Voice
I had impulsedwe had impulsed
you had impulsedyou had impulsed
he/she/it had impulsedthey had impulsed
Past Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I had been impulsingwe had been impulsing
you had been impulsingyou had been impulsing
he/she/it had been impulsingthey had been impulsing
Future Indefinite, Active Voice
I shall/will impulsewe shall/will impulse
you will impulseyou will impulse
he/she/it will impulsethey will impulse
Future Continuous, Active Voice
I shall/will be impulsingwe shall/will be impulsing
you will be impulsingyou will be impulsing
he/she/it will be impulsingthey will be impulsing
Future Perfect, Active Voice
I shall/will have impulsedwe shall/will have impulsed
you will have impulsedyou will have impulsed
he/she/it will have impulsedthey will have impulsed
Future Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I shall/will have been impulsingwe shall/will have been impulsing
you will have been impulsingyou will have been impulsing
he/she/it will have been impulsingthey will have been impulsing
Future in the Past Indefinite, Active Voice
I should/would impulsewe should/would impulse
you would impulseyou would impulse
he/she/it would impulsethey would impulse
Future in the Past Continuous, Active Voice
I should/would be impulsingwe should/would be impulsing
you would be impulsingyou would be impulsing
he/she/it would be impulsingthey would be impulsing
Future in the Past Perfect, Active Voice
I should/would have impulsedwe should/would have impulsed
you would have impulsedyou would have impulsed
he/she/it would have impulsedthey would have impulsed
Future in the Past Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I should/would have been impulsingwe should/would have been impulsing
you would have been impulsingyou would have been impulsing
he/she/it would have been impulsingthey would have been impulsing
Present Indefinite, Passive Voice
I am impulsedwe are impulsed
you are impulsedyou are impulsed
he/she/it is impulsedthey are impulsed
Present Continuous, Passive Voice
I am being impulsedwe are being impulsed
you are being impulsedyou are being impulsed
he/she/it is being impulsedthey are being impulsed
Present Perfect, Passive Voice
I have been impulsedwe have been impulsed
you have been impulsedyou have been impulsed
he/she/it has been impulsedthey have been impulsed
Past Indefinite, Passive Voice
I was impulsedwe were impulsed
you were impulsedyou were impulsed
he/she/it was impulsedthey were impulsed
Past Continuous, Passive Voice
I was being impulsedwe were being impulsed
you were being impulsedyou were being impulsed
he/she/it was being impulsedthey were being impulsed
Past Perfect, Passive Voice
I had been impulsedwe had been impulsed
you had been impulsedyou had been impulsed
he/she/it had been impulsedthey had been impulsed
Future Indefinite, Passive Voice
I shall/will be impulsedwe shall/will be impulsed
you will be impulsedyou will be impulsed
he/she/it will be impulsedthey will be impulsed
Future Perfect, Passive Voice
I shall/will have been impulsedwe shall/will have been impulsed
you will have been impulsedyou will have been impulsed
he/she/it will have been impulsedthey will have been impulsed

impulse

noun
SingularPlural
Common caseimpulseimpulses
Possessive caseimpulse'simpulses'