refresher

rɪˈfreʃə сущ.
1) а) что-л. освежающее б) разг. выпивка ∙ Syn : refresh
1.
2) напоминание;
памятка Syn : reminder
3) переподготовка (с целью усовершенствования или получения новой специальности) ;
повторительный курс refresher courses for teachersкурсы повышения квалификации учителей refresher training course ≈ воен. переподготовка
4) дополнительный гонорар адвокату (в затянувшемся процессе) освежающий напиток - take a cup of coffee as a * выпейте чашечку кофе, это вас подбодрит (разговорное) выпивка светлое пятно, разрядка - she came in as a * ее приход внес оживление напоминание, памятка - a very disagreeable * on the subject очень неприятное воспоминание об этом предмете - I received your * я получил ваше напоминание дополнительный гонорар адвокату (в затянувшемся процессе;
тж. * fee) refresher разг. выпивка ~ дополнительный гонорар адвокату (в затянувшемся процессе) ~ дополнительный гонорар адвокату ~ напоминание;
памятка;
повторительный курс ~ напоминание ~ (что-л.) освежающее;
освежающий напиток ~ памятка ~ attr. повторный;
refresher course курсы повышения квалификации

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

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  • Refresher — Re*fresh er ( ?r), n. 1. One who, or that which, refreshes. [1913 Webster] 2. (Law) An extra fee paid to counsel in a case that has been adjourned from one term to another, or that is unusually protracted. [1913 Webster] Ten guineas a day is the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Refresher — Refresher, in English legal phraseology, a further or additional fee paid to counsel where a case is adjourned from one term or sittings to another, or where it extends over more than one day and occupies, either on the first day or partly on the …   Wikipedia

  • refresher — noun a) Something that refreshes. The nap was a welcome refresher. b) A review to refresh or renew knowledge. They recommend a refresher class every few years …   Wiktionary

  • refresher — noun Date: 15th century 1. something (as a drink) that refreshes 2. reminder 3. review or instruction designed especially to keep one abreast of professional developments < refresher course > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • refresher — /ri fresh euhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that refreshes. 2. Brit. a partial or interim fee paid to a lawyer during a prolonged case. 3. See refresher course. [1375 1425; late ME refressher. See REFRESH, ER1] * * * …   Universalium

  • refresher — noun Refresher is used before these nouns: ↑course …   Collocations dictionary

  • refresher —    1. a drink of an intoxicant    Referring to the supposed bracing effect:     He marches out, with his hat on one side of his head, to take another refresher . (Jefferies, 1880)    2. British    a fee paid to a British lawyer for days in court… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • refresher — /rəˈfrɛʃə/ (say ruh freshuh) adjective 1. serving as a review of material previously studied: a refresher course. –noun 2. someone or something that refreshes. 3. Law a fee paid to a counsel in addition to that marked on his or her brief …   Australian English dictionary

  • refresher — n. 1 something that refreshes, esp. a drink. 2 Law an extra fee payable to counsel in a prolonged case. Phrases and idioms: refresher course a course reviewing or updating previous studies …   Useful english dictionary

  • refresher — re fresh·er || rɪ freʃə(r) n. person or thing that invigorates; course that reviews material that was previously learned; additional fee paid in to a lawyer during a long legal case …   English contemporary dictionary

  • refresher — noun 1》 an activity or course that refreshes one s skills or knowledge. 2》 Law, Brit. an extra fee payable to counsel in a prolonged case …   English new terms dictionary

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