ˈdɔ:tə сущ. дочь to adopt a daughter ≈ удочерить to marry off a daughter ≈ выдать дочь замуж an only daughter ≈ единственная дочь She was like a daughter to me. ≈ Она была мне как дочь. adopted daughter foster daughter step daughter дочь, дочка - * child дочь - * of the soil дочь природы порождение;
отпрыск - Fortune and its * Confidence удача и ее неизменная спутница - уверенность - the United States is а * of Great Britain Великобритания - родоначальница Соединенных Штатов (физическое) (химическое) продукт - long-lived * долгоживущий дочерний изотоп (устаревшее) девочка;
девушка > * of Eve, Eve's * дочь Евы, женщина;
> the * of Jezebel (библеизм) дочь Иезавели;
(образное) тж. преступная женщина;
> the * of the horse-leech кровопийца;
вымогательница, > skipper's *s высокие волны с белыми гребнями;
> the Duke of Fxeter's * (историческое) дыба;
> Scavenger's * (историческое) тиски (орудие пытки) adopted ~ приемная дочь adoptive ~ приемная дочь daughter дочь ~ attr. дочерний;
родственный scavenger's ~ ист. тиски (орудие пытки)

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • Daughter — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Daughter» Sencillo de Pearl Jam del álbum Vs. Lado B « Blood (En vivo), Yellow Ledbetter (En vivo)» Publicación …   Wikipedia Español

  • Daughter — Daugh ter, n.; pl. {Daughters}; obs. pl. {Daughtren}. [OE. doughter, doghter, dohter, AS. dohtor, dohter; akin to OS. dohtar, D. dochter, G. tochter, Icel. d[=o]ttir, Sw. dotter, Dan. dotter, datter, Goth. da[ u]htar,, OSlav. d[u^]shti, Russ.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • daughter — [dôt′ər] n. [ME doughter < OE dohtor, akin to Goth dauhtar, Ger tochter < IE base * dhugheter > Sans duhitár, Gr thugatēr] 1. a girl or woman as she is related to either or both parents: sometimes also used of animals 2. a female… …   English World dictionary

  • daughter — O.E. dohtor, from P.Gmc. *dochter, earlier *dhukter (Cf. O.S. dohtar, O.N. dottir, O.Fris., Du. dochter, Ger. Tochter, Goth. dauhtar), from PIE *dhugheter (Cf. Skt. duhitar , Avestan dugeda , Armenian dustr, O.C.S. duЕЎti …   Etymology dictionary

  • daughter — index child Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • daughter — [n] female child female offspring, girl, offspring, woman; concepts 415,424 …   New thesaurus

  • daughter — ► NOUN 1) a girl or woman in relation to her parents. 2) a female descendant. DERIVATIVES daughterly adjective. ORIGIN Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • daughter —    Anita Brookner, in Family and Friends, has: ‘“Daughter!” cries Sofka, in a loud voice which startles them both, as does the archaic use of the word.’ It is the vocative use of the word which is archaic, of course, though it is still to be… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • daughter — n. 1) to adopt a daughter 2) to marry off a daughter 3) an only daughter 4) an adopted; foster daughter; stepdaughter 5) a daughter to (she was like a daughter to me) * * * [ dɔːtə] foster daughter stepdaughter an adopted an only daughter to… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Daughter — For other uses, see Daughter (disambiguation). Four generations of mothers and daughters, 1931. A daughter is a female offspring; a girl, woman, or female animal in relation to her parents. The male equivalent is a son. Analogously the name is… …   Wikipedia

  • daughter — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, doughter, from Old English dohtor; akin to Old High German tohter daughter, Greek thygatēr Date: before 12th century 1. a. a female offspring especially of human parents b. a female adopted child c. a human… …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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