nearly

ˈnɪəlɪ нареч.
1) близко nearly related
2) особенно A piece of news which nearly concerned the interests of our village. ≈ Новость, особенно затрагивающая интересы нашей деревни.
3) близко, недалеко
4) почти;
приблизительно;
около Syn : almost, all but ∙ not nearly ≈ совсем не почти;
чуть не - * frozen почти замерзший - * blind полуслепой - I was * drowned я чуть /едва/ не утонул - he is * twice as old as I он почти вдвое старше меня - a case * approaching this one очень сходный /аналогичный/ случайвремени) около, приблизительно, почти - it's * ten o'clock сейчас около десяти часов - * one hundred years почти сто лет близко;
тесно, непосредственно - * related в близком родстве;
имеющий близкое отношение, тесно связанный - it concerns me * это непосредственно меня касается - to resemble * иметь близкое сходство - to be * acquainted with smth. хорошо знать что-л. - to be * interested in smth. живо интересоваться чем-л. - to be * concerned in smth. быть тесно связанным с чем-л. пристально, внимательно - to examine smth. * пристально разглядывать что-л. в сочетаниях - not * совсем не, далеко не, отнюдь не - not * enough отнюдь не достаточно;
гораздо меньше, чем нужно - not * so good совсем не такой хороший, гораздо хуже - it is not * as late as I thought сейчас совсем не так поздно, как я думал - I am not * ready я еще совсем не готов - I have not * copied a half of my composition я и половины сочинения еще не успел переписать nearly близко ~ почти;
приблизительно;
около;
not nearly совсем не ~ related в близком родстве ~ related имеющий непосредственное отношение ~ почти;
приблизительно;
около;
not nearly совсем не

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

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  • nearly — [nir′lē] adv. 1. almost; not quite; all but [nearly finished] 2. Now Rare closely; intimately [to be nearly related] 3. Archaic parsimoniously; stingily not nearly not at all; far from …   English World dictionary

  • nearly — ► ADVERB ▪ very close to; almost. ● not nearly Cf. ↑not nearly …   English terms dictionary

  • Nearly — Near ly, adv. In a near manner; not remotely; closely; intimately; almost; as, he nearly lost his life in the accident. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • nearly — index almost Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • nearly — (adv.) 1530s, carefully; sense of almost, all but is from 1680s; see NEAR (Cf. near) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …   Etymology dictionary

  • nearly — [adv] almost about, all but*, approaching, approximately, as good as*, circa*, close but no cigar*, closely, give or take a little*, in effect, in essence, in substance, in the ballpark*, in the neighborhood*, just about, more or less, most, much …   New thesaurus

  • nearly — [[t]nɪ͟ə(r)li[/t]] ♦♦ 1) ADV GRADED: ADV group, ADV before v Nearly is used to indicate that something is not quite the case, or not completely the case. Goldsworth stared at me in silence for nearly twenty seconds... Hunter knew nearly all of… …   English dictionary

  • nearly — near|ly [ nırli ] adverb *** 1. ) almost or near to a particular amount of time, money, people, or things: It took nearly six hours to download this software. They ve spent nearly four million dollars. Nearly 1,600 people were evacuated. nearly… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • nearly — adverb 1 especially BrE almost, but not quite or not completely: It took nearly two hours to get here. | Michelle s nearly twenty. | Is the job nearly finished? | He s nearly always right. | Louise is nearly as tall as her mother. | very nearly:… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • nearly — near|ly W1S1 [ˈnıəli US ˈnırli] adv 1.) especially BrE almost, but not quite or not completely = ↑almost ▪ It took nearly two hours to get here. ▪ Michelle s nearly twenty. ▪ Is the job nearly finished? ▪ Louise is nearly as tall as her mother. ▪ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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