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tombstone

['tuːmstəun]

сущ.

  1. могильная, надгробная плита; надгробный памятник, надгробие

  2. разг. квитанция на заложенную вещь

  3. разг. зуб неправильной формы; зуб, выдающийся вперёд

  4. большой список лиц или фирм, участвующих в разработке проекта

Learning (En-Ru)

tombstone

['tuːmstəǔn]

n

надгробный камень, надгробная плита

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Dust sifts from tombstone angel wings.
С крыльев кладбищенского ангела цедится пыль.
Bradbury, Ray / Let's All Kill ConstanceБрэдбери, Рэй / Давайте все убьем Констанцию
Давайте все убьем Констанцию
Брэдбери, Рэй
© 2003 by Ray Bradbury
© Л. Брилова, перевод с английского, 2008
© Издание на русском языке. ООО "Издательство "Эксмо", 2009
Let's All Kill Constance
Bradbury, Ray
© 2003 by Ray Bradbury
A single tombstone, that of Abbe Caffin, brand-new and upright, could be perceived in the centre of the ground. Save this, all around there were only broken fragments of crosses, withered tufts of box, and old slabs split and moss-eaten.
На всем кладбище один только новый надгробный камень над могилой аббата Каффена выделялся белым прямоугольником среди обломанных крестов, сухого кустарника да старых разбитых плит, поросших мхом.
Zola, Emile / Abbe Mouret's TransgressionЗоля, Эмиль / Проступок аббата Муре
Проступок аббата Муре
Золя, Эмиль
Abbe Mouret's Transgression
Zola, Emile
© BiblioBazaar, LLC
He sat with his back to the hermitage and his face to the wall, and seemed to be hiding behind the tombstone.
Он сидел спиной к скиту, лицом к ограде и как бы прятался за памятник.
Dostoevsky, Fyodor / The brothers KaramazovДостоевский, Фёдор / Братья Карамазовы
Братья Карамазовы
Достоевский, Фёдор
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1988
The brothers Karamazov
Dostoevsky, Fyodor
I looked up and found the dream image of my father regarding my tombstone speculatively.
Я поднял взгляд и увидел образ отца, каким он мне приснился. Он стоял рядом, с любопытством вглядываясь в мой могильный камень.
Butcher, Jim / Dead BeatБатчер, Джим / Барабаны зомби
Барабаны зомби
Батчер, Джим
© Jim Butcher, 2005
© Перевод Н.К. Кудряшев, 2006
© Издание на русском языке AST Publishers, 2010
Dead Beat
Butcher, Jim
© Jim Butcher, 2005
And the driver asked me if I would mind another brief detour, this time to a tombstone salesroom across the street from the cemetery.
Но водитель спросил, не буду ли я возражать, если мы сделаем еще небольшой крюк, на этот раз он хотел заехать в лавку похоронных принадлежностей, через дорогу от кладбища.
Vonnegut, Kurt / Cat's CradleВоннегут, Курт / Колыбель для кошки
Колыбель для кошки
Воннегут, Курт
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1978
Cat's Cradle
Vonnegut, Kurt
© 1969 Vonnegut, Kurt, Jr.
And he had no sooner thought of him than he at once noticed him in the farthest corner of the hermitage garden, sitting on the tombstone of a monk who had been famous long ago for his saintliness.
И только что вспомнил о нем, как тотчас же и приметил его в самом отдаленном углу скита, у ограды, сидящего на могильном камне одного древле почившего и знаменитого по подвигам своим инока.
Dostoevsky, Fyodor / The brothers KaramazovДостоевский, Фёдор / Братья Карамазовы
Братья Карамазовы
Достоевский, Фёдор
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1988
The brothers Karamazov
Dostoevsky, Fyodor
A 60-day tombstone interval may seem like a long time, but it is long for a purpose.
Интервал, равный 60 дням, может показаться слишком долгим, но для этого есть определенные причины.
Boswell, William / Inside Windows Server 2003Бозуэлл, Уилльям / Внутренный мир Windows Server 2003, SP1 и R2
Внутренный мир Windows Server 2003, SP1 и R2
Бозуэлл, Уилльям
© Издательский дом "Вильямс", 2006
© Pearson Education, Inc., 2003
Inside Windows Server 2003
Boswell, William
© 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc.
As I sat down, and he preserved his attitude and bent his brows at his boots, I felt at a disadvantage, which reminded me of that old time when I had been put upon a tombstone.
Когда я сел, а он остался стоять, да еще нагнул голову, хмурясь на свои сапоги, я почувствовал себя маленьким и беспомощным, как в тот давно минувший день, когда меня посадили на могильный камень.
Dickens, Charles / Great ExpectationsДиккенс, Чарльз / Большие надежды
Большие надежды
Диккенс, Чарльз
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1960
Great Expectations
Dickens, Charles
© 2010 Ignatius Press, San Francisco
"I suppose you haven't thought about a tombstone yet?" said the churchwarden.
— Вы еще не решили насчет памятника? — спросил церковный староста.
Maugham, Somerset / Of Human BondageМоэм, Сомерсет / Бремя страстей человеческих
Бремя страстей человеческих
Моэм, Сомерсет
© "Издательство иностранной литературы", 1959
Of Human Bondage
Maugham, Somerset
© 1915, 1936 by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc.
'Oh! what lovely plantains!' she muttered, stooping before Abbe Caffin's tombstone, and delighted with the discovery she had made.
– Какой чудесный подорожник! – бормотала она, восхищаясь своей находкой. Это было как раз у надгробья аббата Каффена.
Zola, Emile / Abbe Mouret's TransgressionЗоля, Эмиль / Проступок аббата Муре
Проступок аббата Муре
Золя, Эмиль
Abbe Mouret's Transgression
Zola, Emile
© BiblioBazaar, LLC
And I took him down to the churchyard, and set him on a certain tombstone there, and he showed me from that elevation which stone was sacred to the memory of Philip Pirrip, late of this Parish, and Also Georgiana, Wife of the Above.
Мы побывали на кладбище, где я усадил его на некий надгробный камень, и он показал мне с этого возвышения, в какой могиле покоится Филип Пиррип, житель сего прихода, а также Джорджиана, супруга вышереченного.
Dickens, Charles / Great ExpectationsДиккенс, Чарльз / Большие надежды
Большие надежды
Диккенс, Чарльз
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1960
Great Expectations
Dickens, Charles
© 2010 Ignatius Press, San Francisco
'On a tombstone,' said the Nilghai. 'On a tombstone in a distant land. I made it an accompaniment with heaps of base chords.'
— На могильной плите, друг мой, — сказал Нильгаи, — на далекой окраине я нашел эти слова, а музыку с удивительными басовыми аккордами я сочинил сам.
Kipling, Joseph Rudyard / The Light That FailedКиплинг, Джозеф Редьярд / Свет погас
Свет погас
Киплинг, Джозеф Редьярд
© "Издательство П. П. Сойкина", 1915
The Light That Failed
Kipling, Joseph Rudyard
© 2011 by Victorian Secrets
But I felt no genuine curiosity about him; nor had I any wish to seek him out or find his tombstone, which was possibly, but not certainly, marked with the name Brown.
Впрочем, я не испытывал к нему живого интереса, не было у меня и желания разыскивать его по свету или найти надгробную плиту, на которой, быть может, хоть я и не был в этом уверен, высечена фамилия Браун.
Greene, Henry Graham / The ComediansГрин, Генри Грэм / Комедианты
Комедианты
Грин, Генри Грэм
© Издательство "ЛЕНИЗДАТ", 1985
The Comedians
Greene, Henry Graham
© Graham Greene, 1965, 1966
When Abbe Mouret was obliged to step back in order to give the bearers room, his eyes lighted upon the marble tombstone of Abbe Coffin, that priest who also had loved, and who was now sleeping there so peacefully beneath the wild-flowers.
Аббат Муре отступил, чтобы не мешать могильщикам, и взгляд его упал на мраморное надгробие аббата Каффена, священника, некогда любившего и теперь мирно покоившегося под дикими цветами.
Zola, Emile / Abbe Mouret's TransgressionЗоля, Эмиль / Проступок аббата Муре
Проступок аббата Муре
Золя, Эмиль
Abbe Mouret's Transgression
Zola, Emile
© BiblioBazaar, LLC
I earnestly expressed my hope that he wouldn't, and held tighter to the tombstone on which he had put me; partly, to keep myself upon it; partly, to keep myself from crying.
Я очень серьезно его попросил не делать этого и крепче ухватился за могильный камень, на который он меня посадил, – отчасти для того, чтобы не свалиться, отчасти для того, чтобы сдержать слезы.
Dickens, Charles / Great ExpectationsДиккенс, Чарльз / Большие надежды
Большие надежды
Диккенс, Чарльз
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1960
Great Expectations
Dickens, Charles
© 2010 Ignatius Press, San Francisco

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'tuːmstəunNounмогильная; надгробная плита; надгробный памятник; надгробие

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tombstone advertisement
узкопрофессиональная реклама
tombstone vote
голосование вместо умерших
tombstone voting
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Word forms

tombstone

verb
Basic forms
Pasttombstoned
Imperativetombstone
Present Participle (Participle I)tombstoning
Past Participle (Participle II)tombstoned
Present Indefinite, Active Voice
I tombstonewe tombstone
you tombstoneyou tombstone
he/she/it tombstonesthey tombstone
Present Continuous, Active Voice
I am tombstoningwe are tombstoning
you are tombstoningyou are tombstoning
he/she/it is tombstoningthey are tombstoning
Present Perfect, Active Voice
I have tombstonedwe have tombstoned
you have tombstonedyou have tombstoned
he/she/it has tombstonedthey have tombstoned
Present Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I have been tombstoningwe have been tombstoning
you have been tombstoningyou have been tombstoning
he/she/it has been tombstoningthey have been tombstoning
Past Indefinite, Active Voice
I tombstonedwe tombstoned
you tombstonedyou tombstoned
he/she/it tombstonedthey tombstoned
Past Continuous, Active Voice
I was tombstoningwe were tombstoning
you were tombstoningyou were tombstoning
he/she/it was tombstoningthey were tombstoning
Past Perfect, Active Voice
I had tombstonedwe had tombstoned
you had tombstonedyou had tombstoned
he/she/it had tombstonedthey had tombstoned
Past Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I had been tombstoningwe had been tombstoning
you had been tombstoningyou had been tombstoning
he/she/it had been tombstoningthey had been tombstoning
Future Indefinite, Active Voice
I shall/will tombstonewe shall/will tombstone
you will tombstoneyou will tombstone
he/she/it will tombstonethey will tombstone
Future Continuous, Active Voice
I shall/will be tombstoningwe shall/will be tombstoning
you will be tombstoningyou will be tombstoning
he/she/it will be tombstoningthey will be tombstoning
Future Perfect, Active Voice
I shall/will have tombstonedwe shall/will have tombstoned
you will have tombstonedyou will have tombstoned
he/she/it will have tombstonedthey will have tombstoned
Future Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I shall/will have been tombstoningwe shall/will have been tombstoning
you will have been tombstoningyou will have been tombstoning
he/she/it will have been tombstoningthey will have been tombstoning
Future in the Past Indefinite, Active Voice
I should/would tombstonewe should/would tombstone
you would tombstoneyou would tombstone
he/she/it would tombstonethey would tombstone
Future in the Past Continuous, Active Voice
I should/would be tombstoningwe should/would be tombstoning
you would be tombstoningyou would be tombstoning
he/she/it would be tombstoningthey would be tombstoning
Future in the Past Perfect, Active Voice
I should/would have tombstonedwe should/would have tombstoned
you would have tombstonedyou would have tombstoned
he/she/it would have tombstonedthey would have tombstoned
Future in the Past Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I should/would have been tombstoningwe should/would have been tombstoning
you would have been tombstoningyou would have been tombstoning
he/she/it would have been tombstoningthey would have been tombstoning
Present Indefinite, Passive Voice
I am tombstonedwe are tombstoned
you are tombstonedyou are tombstoned
he/she/it is tombstonedthey are tombstoned
Present Continuous, Passive Voice
I am being tombstonedwe are being tombstoned
you are being tombstonedyou are being tombstoned
he/she/it is being tombstonedthey are being tombstoned
Present Perfect, Passive Voice
I have been tombstonedwe have been tombstoned
you have been tombstonedyou have been tombstoned
he/she/it has been tombstonedthey have been tombstoned
Past Indefinite, Passive Voice
I was tombstonedwe were tombstoned
you were tombstonedyou were tombstoned
he/she/it was tombstonedthey were tombstoned
Past Continuous, Passive Voice
I was being tombstonedwe were being tombstoned
you were being tombstonedyou were being tombstoned
he/she/it was being tombstonedthey were being tombstoned
Past Perfect, Passive Voice
I had been tombstonedwe had been tombstoned
you had been tombstonedyou had been tombstoned
he/she/it had been tombstonedthey had been tombstoned
Future Indefinite, Passive Voice
I shall/will be tombstonedwe shall/will be tombstoned
you will be tombstonedyou will be tombstoned
he/she/it will be tombstonedthey will be tombstoned
Future Perfect, Passive Voice
I shall/will have been tombstonedwe shall/will have been tombstoned
you will have been tombstonedyou will have been tombstoned
he/she/it will have been tombstonedthey will have been tombstoned

tombstone

noun
SingularPlural
Common casetombstonetombstones
Possessive casetombstone'stombstones'