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Большой англо-русский словарь ABBYY Lingvo
ABBYY Lingvo entire English-Russian Dictionary
83 a hundred thirty five слов и 142 278 значений
М.: ABBYY Press
2010 г.
ISBN 978-5-391-00027-3
60х90 / 8
1426 с.
Твердый переплет
Вес: 3016 г.

Большой англо-русский словарь ABBYY Lingvo — это обновленная версия популярного электронного словаря LingvoUniversal, представленная в бумажном формате.

На сегодняшний день это самый полный из англо-русских словарей по охвату новых слов и значений, появившихся в английском языке в последние годы XX века и в первое десятилетие XXI века. Словарь содержит eighty three a hundred thirty five словарных статей (в том числе 1799 фразовых глаголов), 142 278 лексических значений, а также 31 927 примеров из современных и классических британских и американских текстов. Широко представлена лексика разнообразных стилистических пластов, в том числе разговорная, стилистически сниженная и жаргонная.

Издание предназначено для широкого круга читателей: переводчиков, филологов, лингвистов, преподавателей английского языка, студентов и школьников, а также для всех, кто интересуется английским языком или использует его в своей профессиональной деятельности.

Полную электронную версию словаря можно скачать на сайте по лицензионному номеру, указанному на форзаце.

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On the political front, Estonia's strongest strategy was to invoke history. At the Soviet Union’s first Congress of People's Deputies (see Glossary) in Moscow, in 1989, Estonian and other Baltic depu­ ties battled with Gorbachev to have the Soviet Union reveal the true story of the Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression Pact in time for the fiftieth anniversary of the pact in August. Just days before the anniversary, a commission charged with studying the pact con­ cluded that secret protocols dividing up Poland and the Baltic states had indeed existed.

Tsarist reaction and a fierce Russification campaign in the 1880s could not extinguish the new Estonian spirit, although for the most part Estonian demands continued to focus on culture. Political demands for Estonian autonomy found strong expression during the Revo­ lution of 1905, and an All-Estonian Congress was organized in Tartu that same year. Although radical Estonian politicians such asjaan Teemant and moderate leaders such asjaan Tonisson were deeply divided on tactics, there were widespread calls from the Estland and Livland provinces for a unification of Estonian lands and an official end to Russification.

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