мир, свет; общество

to adapt to a changing world — приспосабливаться к изменениям в мире

to bring the world to the brink of war — ставить мир на грань войны

to close oneself up from the world — отгораживаться от всего мира

to deliver the world from wars — избавлять мир от войн

to denuclearize the world — избавлять мир от ядерного оружия

to dominate the world — господствовать в мире

to enter a new world — вступать в новый мир

to give hope to a despairing world — давать надежду отчаявшемуся миру

to liberate the world — освобождать мир

to make the world a safer place — делать мир более безопасным местом, укреплять международную безопасность

to place the world on the brink of world — ставить мир на грань войны

to recarve the world — перекраивать карту мира

to rule the world unchallenged — единолично править миром

to set the world an example — давать миру пример

to take over the whole world — захватывать весь мир

to transform the world — преобразовать мир

- all over the world
- ancient world
- bipolar world
- business world
- changing world
- civilized world
- competitive world
- criminal world
- developing world
- diplomatic world
- disarmed world
- division of the world
- explosive parts of the world
- external world
- First World
- Fourth World
- free world
- from around the world
- historical destinies of the world
- inhabited worlds
- interdependence of the modern world
- interdependent world
- lawless world
- less developed world
- man's mental world
- material world
- modern world
- multifaceted world
- multipolar world
- non-nuclear world
- nuclear-free world
- objective world
- outside world
- peaceful world
- physical world
- poor worlds
- present-day world
- redivision of the world
- repartition of the world
- revolutionary world
- rich world
- scientific world
- Second World
- surrounding world
- the end of the world
- the eyes of the world are upon us
- the New World
- the Old World
- the rest of the world
- the whole world
- the world is in flux
- Third World
- throughout the world
- unity and diversity of the world
- Western world
- world at large
- world of money
- world of plenty

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

Смотреть что такое "world" в других словарях:

  • world — [ wɜrld ] noun *** 1. ) singular society in general, in all countries: We want to guarantee our children a safer world. all over the world/throughout the world: The same problems are faced by children throughout the world. the whole world: Since… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • World — World, n. [OE. world, werld, weorld, weoreld, AS. weorold, worold; akin to OS. werold, D. wereld, OHG. weralt, worolt, werolt, werlt, G. welt, Icel. ver[ o]ld, Sw. verld, Dan. verden; properly, the age of man, lifetime, humanity; AS. wer a man +… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • world — ► NOUN 1) (the world) the earth with all its countries and peoples. 2) a region or group of countries: the English speaking world. 3) all that belongs to a particular period or sphere of activity: the theatre world. 4) (one s world) a person s… …   English terms dictionary

  • world — [wʉrld] n. [ME < OE werold, world, humanity, long time, akin to OHG weralt < early WGmc comp. < * wera , man (see WEREWOLF) + * alth , an age, mankind (for IE base see OLD): basic sense “the age of man”] 1. a) the planet earth b) the… …   English World dictionary

  • world — O.E. woruld, worold human existence, the affairs of life, also the human race, mankind, a word peculiar to Germanic languages (Cf. O.S. werold, O.Fris. warld, Du. wereld, O.N. verold, O.H.G. weralt, Ger. Welt), with a literal sense of age of man …   Etymology dictionary

  • world — UK US /wɜːld/ noun [C, usually singular] ► a particular area of activity: »Our world of work is changing rapidly. »the world of advertising/the internet »the business/corporate world …   Financial and business terms

  • world — [n1] planet, globe cosmos, creation, earth, heavenly body, macrocosm, microcosm, nature, sphere, star, terrene, universe; concepts 511,770 world [n2] class of existing beings class, division, everybody, everyone, group, humanity, humankind, human …   New thesaurus

  • world|ly — «WURLD lee», adjective, li|er, li|est, adverb. –adj. 1. of this world; not of heaven: »worldly wealth, worldly knowledge, worldly ambition. SYNONYM(S): mundane. See syn. under earthly. (Cf. ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • world — universe, *earth, cosmos, macrocosm …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • world — world1 W1S1 [wə:ld US wə:rld] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(our planet/everyone on it)¦ 2 in the world 3¦(the society we live in)¦ 4¦(group of countries )¦ 5¦(time in history)¦ 6¦(somebody s life and experiences)¦ 7¦(area of activity/work)¦… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • world — /werrld/, n. 1. the earth or globe, considered as a planet. 2. (often cap.) a particular division of the earth: the Western world. 3. the earth or a part of it, with its inhabitants, affairs, etc., during a particular period: the ancient world. 4 …   Universalium


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