Перевод maybe с английского на русский

Maybe — перевод, произношение, транскрипция

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Примеры

‘Do you think he’ll come back?’ ‘Maybe.’

— Думаешь, он вернётся? — Может быть. ☰

Maybe they’re right, but maybe not.

Возможно, они и правы, а может и нет. ☰

Maybe it’s all just a big misunderstanding.

Может быть, всё это — просто большое недоразумение. ☰

He looked like he was thirty, maybe thirty-five years old.

Он выглядел на тридцать, может, на тридцать пять лет. ☰

You have talent, maybe even genius.

Вы талант, быть может, даже гений. ☰

Maybe we can make it to the concert, if we hurry.

Может быть, мы ещё успеем на этот концерт, если поторопимся. ☰

Maybe I can ride the bicycle and follow you.

Я могу поехать на велосипеде следом за вами. ☰

‘I think Sheila would be an excellent manager.’ ‘Maybe.’

— По-моему, из Шейлы выйдет замечательная хозяйка. — Возможно. ☰

If the bill doesn’t seem right, maybe you should give them a call.

Если счёт кажется неправильным, то может быть, вам стоит им позвонить. ☰

Примеры, ожидающие перевода

He said he’d finish the work soon — maybe tomorrow.

The problems really started maybe two or three years ago.

Для того чтобы добавить вариант перевода, кликните по иконке ☰ , напротив примера.

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Перевод maybe с английского на русский

maybe — an adverb meaning ‘perhaps’, is such a familiar part of current standard English that it comes as a surprise to know that it fell out of use in the 19c to an extent that caused the OED to label it ‘archaic and dialect’. It has a somewhat informal … Modern English usage

Maybe — May be, adv. [For it may be.] Perhaps; possibly; peradventure. [1913 Webster] Maybe the amorous count solicits her. Shak. [1913 Webster] In a liberal and, maybe, somewhat reckless way. Tylor. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

Maybe — May be, a. Possible; probable, but not sure. [R.] [1913 Webster] Then add those maybe years thou hast to live. Driden. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

Maybe — May be, n. Possibility; uncertainty. [R.] [1913 Webster] What they offer is mere maybe and shift. Creech. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

maybe — (adv.) early 15c., from (it) may be; see MAY (Cf. may) (v.1) + BE (Cf. be) (v.). Still sometimes written as two words early 19c … Etymology dictionary

maybe — [adv] possibly as it may be, can be, conceivable, conceivably, could be, credible, feasible, imaginably, it could be, might be, obtainable, perchance, perhaps, weather permitting; concept 552 Ant. certainly, definitely, surely … New thesaurus

maybe — ► ADVERB ▪ perhaps; possibly … English terms dictionary

maybe — [mā′bē] adv. [ME (for it may be)] perhaps … English World dictionary

Maybe — Perchance redirects here. For the phrase with the word, see To be, or not to be. Maybe may refer to: Music Maybe, a song written in 1926 by George and Ira Gershwin, from the musical Oh, Kay! Maybe (1935 song), a 1935 song by Allan Flynn and Frank … Wikipedia

Maybe.ru — Стиль этой статьи неэнциклопедичен или нарушает нормы русского языка. Статью следует исправить согласно стилистическим правилам Википедии … Википедия

maybe */*/*/ — UK [ˈmeɪbɪ] / US adverb Summary: Maybe can be used in the following ways: as a sentence adverb, making a comment on the whole sentence or clause: Maybe I ll come too. as an ordinary adverb (before a number): There were maybe 15 people there. Get… … English dictionary

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Перевод maybe с английского на русский

maybe — an adverb meaning ‘perhaps’, is such a familiar part of current standard English that it comes as a surprise to know that it fell out of use in the 19c to an extent that caused the OED to label it ‘archaic and dialect’. It has a somewhat informal … Modern English usage

Maybe — May be, adv. [For it may be.] Perhaps; possibly; peradventure. [1913 Webster] Maybe the amorous count solicits her. Shak. [1913 Webster] In a liberal and, maybe, somewhat reckless way. Tylor. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

Maybe — May be, a. Possible; probable, but not sure. [R.] [1913 Webster] Then add those maybe years thou hast to live. Driden. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

Maybe — May be, n. Possibility; uncertainty. [R.] [1913 Webster] What they offer is mere maybe and shift. Creech. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

maybe — (adv.) early 15c., from (it) may be; see MAY (Cf. may) (v.1) + BE (Cf. be) (v.). Still sometimes written as two words early 19c … Etymology dictionary

maybe — [adv] possibly as it may be, can be, conceivable, conceivably, could be, credible, feasible, imaginably, it could be, might be, obtainable, perchance, perhaps, weather permitting; concept 552 Ant. certainly, definitely, surely … New thesaurus

maybe — ► ADVERB ▪ perhaps; possibly … English terms dictionary

maybe — [mā′bē] adv. [ME (for it may be)] perhaps … English World dictionary

Maybe — Perchance redirects here. For the phrase with the word, see To be, or not to be. Maybe may refer to: Music Maybe, a song written in 1926 by George and Ira Gershwin, from the musical Oh, Kay! Maybe (1935 song), a 1935 song by Allan Flynn and Frank … Wikipedia

Maybe.ru — Стиль этой статьи неэнциклопедичен или нарушает нормы русского языка. Статью следует исправить согласно стилистическим правилам Википедии … Википедия

maybe */*/*/ — UK [ˈmeɪbɪ] / US adverb Summary: Maybe can be used in the following ways: as a sentence adverb, making a comment on the whole sentence or clause: Maybe I ll come too. as an ordinary adverb (before a number): There were maybe 15 people there. Get… … English dictionary

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