Перевод practically на русский

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I talk to him practically everyday.

Я разговариваю с ним практически каждый день. ☰

I’ve read practically all of his books.

Я прочитал практически все его книги. ☰

The project is practically complete.

Проект практически завершён. ☰

There is practically nothing to do but yarn with your friends.

Здесь практически нечего делать, кроме как болтать с приятелями. ☰

Such people can practically be typed.

Таких людей, фактически, можно свести к определённому типу. ☰

He practically lives on fish and chips!

Он почти ничего не ест, кроме рыбы с жареной картошкой. ☰

I was practically screaming with frustration.

От отчаяния я почти кричал. ☰

The guitarist solos on practically every song.

Практически в каждой песне этот гитарист играет соло. ☰

He was practically the only guest at the party.

На этой вечеринке он был практически единственным гостем. ☰

It’s practically impossible to predict what will happen.

Что будет дальше, предсказать практически невозможно. ☰

practically the first thing I saw when I got off the train

практически первое, что я увидела, когда сошла с поезда ☰

a snide trick to get the old woman to sell her antiques for practically nothing

подлая уловка с целью заставить старуху продать свой антиквариат практически за бесценок ☰

He was a brilliant man but so practically inept that he needed help to cross the road safely.

Это был человек гениальный, но настолько беспомощный с практической точки зрения, что даже не мог самостоятельно перейти дорогу. ☰

Football is practically a religion in some places.

В некоторых местах футбол — это практически святыня. ☰

Practically every word had to be corkscrewed out of the tight-lipped witness.

Из неразговорчивого свидетеля приходилось вытаскивать практически каждое слово. ☰

An unscrupulous businessman manipulated them into selling their land for practically nothing.

Один бессовестный делец обработал их так, что они продали свои земли практически задаром. ☰

Примеры, ожидающие перевода

She sees him practically every day.

there was practically no garden at all

The two designs were practically identical.

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Перевод practically на русский

Practically — Prac ti*cal*ly, adv. 1. In a practical way; not theoretically; really; as, to look at things practically; practically worthless. [1913 Webster] 2. By means of practice or use; by experience or experiment; as, practically wise or skillful;… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

practically — The earlier (17c) meaning ‘in a practical way’ (try to deal with the problem as practically as possible) has been overwhelmed since the 18c by the meaning that is now the dominant one, ‘virtually, almost’:… • sitting through exams with… … Modern English usage

practically — [prak′tik lē, prak′ti kə lē] adv. 1. in a practical manner 2. from a practical viewpoint 3. for all practical purposes; in effect; virtually [practically a dictator] 4. Informal almost; nearly … English World dictionary

practically — for practical purposes, as good as, 1748, from PRACTICAL (Cf. practical) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) … Etymology dictionary

practically — *virtually, morally … New Dictionary of Synonyms

practically — [adj] almost; nearly about, all but, approximately, as good as, as much as, basically, close to, essentially, for all intents and purposes*, fundamentally, in effect, in essence, morally, most, much, nearly, nigh, virtually, well nigh; concepts… … New thesaurus

practically — ► ADVERB 1) in a practical way. 2) virtually; almost … English terms dictionary

practically — [[t]præ̱ktɪkəli[/t]] 1) ADV: ADV with group/cl Practically means almost, but not completely or exactly. He d known the old man practically all his life. I know people who find it practically impossible to give up smoking. Syn: almost 2) ADV:… … English dictionary

practically — /prak tik lee/, adv. 1. in effect; virtually: It is practically useless to protest. 2. in a practical manner: to think practically. 3. from a practical point of view: Practically speaking, the plan is not very promising. 4. almost; nearly: Their… … Universalium

practically — prac|ti|cally [ˈpræktıkli] adv 1.) especially spoken almost ▪ I ve read practically all of his books. ▪ She sees him practically every day. ▪ It s practically impossible to predict what will happen. ▪ The two designs were practically identical. 2 … Dictionary of contemporary English

practically — prac|ti|cal|ly [ præktıkli ] adverb ** 1. ) MAINLY SPOKEN almost: Allysa goes to the barn practically every day now. The system is practically impossible to deal with most of the time. That was the year of the drought when the river practically… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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Перевод practically на русский

Practically — Prac ti*cal*ly, adv. 1. In a practical way; not theoretically; really; as, to look at things practically; practically worthless. [1913 Webster] 2. By means of practice or use; by experience or experiment; as, practically wise or skillful;… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

practically — The earlier (17c) meaning ‘in a practical way’ (try to deal with the problem as practically as possible) has been overwhelmed since the 18c by the meaning that is now the dominant one, ‘virtually, almost’:… • sitting through exams with… … Modern English usage

practically — [prak′tik lē, prak′ti kə lē] adv. 1. in a practical manner 2. from a practical viewpoint 3. for all practical purposes; in effect; virtually [practically a dictator] 4. Informal almost; nearly … English World dictionary

practically — for practical purposes, as good as, 1748, from PRACTICAL (Cf. practical) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) … Etymology dictionary

practically — *virtually, morally … New Dictionary of Synonyms

practically — [adj] almost; nearly about, all but, approximately, as good as, as much as, basically, close to, essentially, for all intents and purposes*, fundamentally, in effect, in essence, morally, most, much, nearly, nigh, virtually, well nigh; concepts… … New thesaurus

practically — ► ADVERB 1) in a practical way. 2) virtually; almost … English terms dictionary

practically — [[t]præ̱ktɪkəli[/t]] 1) ADV: ADV with group/cl Practically means almost, but not completely or exactly. He d known the old man practically all his life. I know people who find it practically impossible to give up smoking. Syn: almost 2) ADV:… … English dictionary

practically — /prak tik lee/, adv. 1. in effect; virtually: It is practically useless to protest. 2. in a practical manner: to think practically. 3. from a practical point of view: Practically speaking, the plan is not very promising. 4. almost; nearly: Their… … Universalium

practically — prac|ti|cally [ˈpræktıkli] adv 1.) especially spoken almost ▪ I ve read practically all of his books. ▪ She sees him practically every day. ▪ It s practically impossible to predict what will happen. ▪ The two designs were practically identical. 2 … Dictionary of contemporary English

practically — prac|ti|cal|ly [ præktıkli ] adverb ** 1. ) MAINLY SPOKEN almost: Allysa goes to the barn practically every day now. The system is practically impossible to deal with most of the time. That was the year of the drought when the river practically… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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