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The Universal Dictionary

marble

['mɑːbl] брит. / амер.

  1. сущ.

      1. мрамор

      2. мраморное изделие (обычно скульптура)

      3. что-л. напоминающее мрамор (своей твёрдостью, холодностью, гладкостью)

    1. (marbles) коллекция мраморных скульптур, статуй

    2. могильная плита

      1. небольшой шарик, сделанный из твёрдого материала (например, стекла, камня) для различных детских игр

      2. (marbles) употр. с гл. в ед. шарики (детская игра)

    3. (marbles) амер.; разг. шарики, мозги; ум, разум, сообразительность

    4. разг. мебель; домашнее барахло, барахлишко; шмотки (искаж. от фр. des meubles)

    5. мраморная доска

      1. используемая для измельчения сухих красок

      2. используемая как пресс для получения оттисков, офортов

      3. в стеклодувном деле - поверхность, по которой распределяется горячая стеклянная масса

    6. мраморная бумага, используемая для украшения книг (в переплётном деле)

  2. прил.

      1. мраморный (сделанный из мрамора)

      2. относящийся к добыче, обработке мрамора

    1. мраморный (крепкий, твёрдый, гладкий, холодный, белый как мрамор)

  3. гл.

    отделывать, окрашивать, расписывать под мрамор; красить в крапинку

Learning (En-Ru)

marble

['mãːbl]

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мрамор

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Examples from texts

The station features white and grey marble track walls, grey granite floor and a number of frescoes with the scenes of a happy life in Ukraine.
Путевые стены облицованы мрамором белого и серого цветов. Пол выложен серым гранитом.
© 2007 Moscow Metro
Now he went back to his treasure-house and carefully placed himself just as he had been standing when he tossed the marble away; then he took another marble from his pocket and tossed it in the same way, saying:
Тогда он вернулся к тайнику, стал на то самое место, с которого бросал шарик, вынул из кармана второй шарив и бросил его в том же направлении, приговаривая:
Twain, Mark / The Adventures of Tom SawyerТвен, Марк / Приключения Тома Сойера
Приключения Тома Сойера
Твен, Марк
© «Государственное издательство художественной литературы», 1960
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Twain, Mark
© 1999 by Saddleback Publishing, Inc.
Everywhere gold and marble, crystal, silk, lights, diamonds, flowers, fragrant scents, every caprice of luxury.'
Везде золото, мрамор, хрусталь, шелк, огни, алмазы, цветы, куренья, все прихоти роскоши.
Turgenev, I.S. / First loveТургенев, И.С. / Первая любовь
Первая любовь
Тургенев, И.С.
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1978
First love
Turgenev, I.S.
© BiblioBazaar, LLC
Without hesitation, Cross stepped into the broad marble corridor.
Джомми без колебаний устремился вперед по мраморному коридору.
Van Vogt, Alfred Elton / SlanВан Вогт, Альфред Элтон / Слан
Слан
Ван Вогт, Альфред Элтон
© 1968 by A.E. van Vogt
© Перевод. К.Кузнецов, А.Григорьев, Б. Жужунава, 2006
© Издание на русском языке. ООО "Издательство "Эксмо", 2006
Slan
Van Vogt, Alfred Elton
© 1940, 1945, 1951, 1968 by A. E. van Vogt
His grave is in the precincts of the church and is already covered with a marble slab.
Могила его в церковной ограде и уже покрыта мраморною плитой.
Dostoevsky, Fyodor / The possessedДостоевский, Фёдор / Бесы
Бесы
Достоевский, Фёдор
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1989
The possessed
Dostoevsky, Fyodor
I visited the temple ten years later, and found that the altar is in fact made of a separate block of marble.
Я был в этом храме спустя десять лет и обнаружил, что алтарь сделан из отдельного куска мрамора.
Gulik, Robert van / The Emperor's PearlГулик, Роберт ван / Жемчужина императора
Жемчужина императора
Гулик, Роберт ван
© Robert H. van Gulik, 1963
© Перевод, ЗАО "Издательство "Центрполиграф", 2002
The Emperor's Pearl
Gulik, Robert van
© Robert H. van Gulik, 1963
The track walls are lined with white Koyelga and Ufaley marble and the floor is grey and pink granite.
Путевые стены облицованы белым мрамором, Пол выложен серым и розовым гранитом.
© 2007 Moscow Metro
He was passing by the market where marble was sold, and he saw a big piece of marble in front of a shop.
Он проходил по ярмарке, где торговали мрамором, и увидел перед одной лавкой большущий кусок мрамора.
Osho, Bhagvan Shree Rajneesh / The Zen Manifesto: Freedom From OneselfОшо Бхагван Шри Раджниш / Манифест дзен. Свобода от себя
Манифест дзен. Свобода от себя
Ошо Бхагван Шри Раджниш
The Zen Manifesto: Freedom From Oneself
Osho, Bhagvan Shree Rajneesh
It contained mostly small two and three-story red brick houses, with small white marble steps leading up to the front door, and thin, white marble trimmings outlining the front door and windows.
В основном она была застроена двухэтажными особнячками из красного кирпича с низкими ступеньками из белого мрамора и такими же наличниками на дверях и окнах.
Dreiser, Theodore / The FinancierДрайзер, Теодор / Финансист
Финансист
Драйзер, Теодор
© Издательство "Правда", 1980
The Financier
Dreiser, Theodore
© 2008 by Seven Treasures Publications
A basrelief of a dolphin was set into one of the marble columns by the entrance, beneath which the inscription read l'Hotel Dauphi I stood there a good twenty seconds, mouth agape, staring up at it.
На мраморных колоннах у самого входа я еще издали разглядел рельефные изображения дельфина, а под ними – крупные буквы: "DOLPHIN HOTEL". Секунд двадцать я стоял с открытым ртом, разглядывая эту громадину.
Murakami, Haruki / Dance, dance, danceМураками, Харуки / Дэнс, дэнс, дэнс
Дэнс, дэнс, дэнс
Мураками, Харуки
© Haruki Murakami 1991 "Dansu, dansu, dansu"
© Дмитрий Коваленин, 2001
Dance, dance, dance
Murakami, Haruki
© 1994 by Kodansha International Ltd.
The track walls are faced with light colored glassed marble and adorned with metal panels depicting burning torches.
Путевые стены покрыты полированным мрамором светлых тонов. На стенах - металлические вставки с изображением горящего факела.
© 2007 Moscow Metro
Tall windows fronted the building between towering white marble columns topped with gold capitals.
Высокие окна на фасадах домов располагались между величественными белыми мраморными колоннами, венчаемыми золотыми капителями.
Goodkind, Terry / The pillars of creationГудкайнд, Терри / Седьмое правило Волшебника: Столпы творения
Седьмое правило Волшебника: Столпы творения
Гудкайнд, Терри
© Теrry Goodkind, 2001
© Перевод Н.Романецкий, 2003
© ООО "Издательство ACT", 2003
The pillars of creation
Goodkind, Terry
© 2001 by Теrry Goodkind
He compared him to a monument of marble or of bronze, with the statue of the commander in Don Juan!
Он сравнивал его с монументом из мрамора или бронзы - со статуей командора в "Дон-Жуане"!
Turgenev, I.S. / The Torrents of SpringТургенев, И.С. / Вешние воды
Вешние воды
Тургенев, И.С.
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1978
The Torrents of Spring
Turgenev, I.S.
© BiblioBazaar, LLC
The body was already stiff, and his white young face looked like marble.
Он уже окоченел, и беленькое личико его казалось как будто из мрамора.
Dostoevsky, Fyodor / The possessedДостоевский, Фёдор / Бесы
Бесы
Достоевский, Фёдор
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1989
The possessed
Dostoevsky, Fyodor
The decor in the colonnade was an incongruous mix of wall-to-wall carpets over marble floors and wireless security cameras gazing down from beside carved cherubs in the ceiling.
Колоннада, в которой они находились, производила странное впечатление. Покрывающие мраморный пол роскошные ковры откровенно диссонировали с электронными камерами слежения, вмонтированными в потолок среди резных деревянных херувимов.
Brown, Dan / Angels and DemonsБраун, Дэн / Ангелы и демоны
Ангелы и демоны
Браун, Дэн
© Dan Brown, 2000
© Перевод. Г.Б. Косов, 2004
© ООО «Издательство ACT», 2005
Angels and Demons
Brown, Dan
© 2000 by Dan Brown

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'mɑːblNounмрамор

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  1. 1.

    мрамор

    translation added by Камила Курбанова
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  2. 2.

    marble

    translation added by erdenebat ganbat
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  3. 3.

    безразличие растет

    translation added by Nikita Gorobets
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  4. 4.

    Мрамор; мраморный

    translation added by Elena Bogomolova
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Collocations

artificial marble
мраморная штукатурка
coarse marble
крупнозернистый мрамор
fine marble
мелкозернистый мрамор
glassed marble
полированный мрамор
green marble
змеевик
green marble
серпентин
ligneous marble
деревянный мрамор
make one's marble good
втереться в доверие
make one's marble good
произвести хорошее впечатление
make one's marble good
улучшить свое положение
marble aggregate
мраморная крошка
marble bone disease
болезнь Альберс-Шенберга
marble bone disease
врожденный системный остеопетроз
marble bone disease
мраморная болезнь
marble bone disease
окаменелость костей

Word forms

marble

verb
Basic forms
Pastmarbled
Imperativemarble
Present Participle (Participle I)marbling
Past Participle (Participle II)marbled
Present Indefinite, Active Voice
I marblewe marble
you marbleyou marble
he/she/it marblesthey marble
Present Continuous, Active Voice
I am marblingwe are marbling
you are marblingyou are marbling
he/she/it is marblingthey are marbling
Present Perfect, Active Voice
I have marbledwe have marbled
you have marbledyou have marbled
he/she/it has marbledthey have marbled
Present Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I have been marblingwe have been marbling
you have been marblingyou have been marbling
he/she/it has been marblingthey have been marbling
Past Indefinite, Active Voice
I marbledwe marbled
you marbledyou marbled
he/she/it marbledthey marbled
Past Continuous, Active Voice
I was marblingwe were marbling
you were marblingyou were marbling
he/she/it was marblingthey were marbling
Past Perfect, Active Voice
I had marbledwe had marbled
you had marbledyou had marbled
he/she/it had marbledthey had marbled
Past Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I had been marblingwe had been marbling
you had been marblingyou had been marbling
he/she/it had been marblingthey had been marbling
Future Indefinite, Active Voice
I shall/will marblewe shall/will marble
you will marbleyou will marble
he/she/it will marblethey will marble
Future Continuous, Active Voice
I shall/will be marblingwe shall/will be marbling
you will be marblingyou will be marbling
he/she/it will be marblingthey will be marbling
Future Perfect, Active Voice
I shall/will have marbledwe shall/will have marbled
you will have marbledyou will have marbled
he/she/it will have marbledthey will have marbled
Future Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I shall/will have been marblingwe shall/will have been marbling
you will have been marblingyou will have been marbling
he/she/it will have been marblingthey will have been marbling
Future in the Past Indefinite, Active Voice
I should/would marblewe should/would marble
you would marbleyou would marble
he/she/it would marblethey would marble
Future in the Past Continuous, Active Voice
I should/would be marblingwe should/would be marbling
you would be marblingyou would be marbling
he/she/it would be marblingthey would be marbling
Future in the Past Perfect, Active Voice
I should/would have marbledwe should/would have marbled
you would have marbledyou would have marbled
he/she/it would have marbledthey would have marbled
Future in the Past Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I should/would have been marblingwe should/would have been marbling
you would have been marblingyou would have been marbling
he/she/it would have been marblingthey would have been marbling
Present Indefinite, Passive Voice
I am marbledwe are marbled
you are marbledyou are marbled
he/she/it is marbledthey are marbled
Present Continuous, Passive Voice
I am being marbledwe are being marbled
you are being marbledyou are being marbled
he/she/it is being marbledthey are being marbled
Present Perfect, Passive Voice
I have been marbledwe have been marbled
you have been marbledyou have been marbled
he/she/it has been marbledthey have been marbled
Past Indefinite, Passive Voice
I was marbledwe were marbled
you were marbledyou were marbled
he/she/it was marbledthey were marbled
Past Continuous, Passive Voice
I was being marbledwe were being marbled
you were being marbledyou were being marbled
he/she/it was being marbledthey were being marbled
Past Perfect, Passive Voice
I had been marbledwe had been marbled
you had been marbledyou had been marbled
he/she/it had been marbledthey had been marbled
Future Indefinite, Passive Voice
I shall/will be marbledwe shall/will be marbled
you will be marbledyou will be marbled
he/she/it will be marbledthey will be marbled
Future Perfect, Passive Voice
I shall/will have been marbledwe shall/will have been marbled
you will have been marbledyou will have been marbled
he/she/it will have been marbledthey will have been marbled

marble

noun
SingularPlural
Common casemarblemarbles
Possessive casemarble'smarbles'