swimming

ˈswɪmɪŋ
1. сущ.
1) плавание
2) головокружение Syn : giddiness, dizziness
2. прил.
1) плавающий
2) предназначенный для плавания, плавательный
3) залитый
4) испытывающий головокружение My head got into a swimming condition. ≈ Голова у меня закружилась. плавание - competitive * спортивное плавание - free-style * плавание вольным стилем - one-style * плавание одним способом - side overarm * плавание на боку с выносом руки головокружение (тж. * of the head) плавающий - * birds водоплавающие птицы предназначенный для плавания или купания;
плавательный;
купальный - * trunks купальные трусы - * truck автомобиль-амфибия залитый - * eyes глаза, залитые слезами испытывающий головокружение закружившийся (о голове) swimming pres. p. от swim n головокружение ~ залитый;
swimming eyes глаза, залитые слезами ~ испытывающий головокружение ~ pres. p. от swim n плавание ~ плавающий ~ предназначенный для плавания, плавательный ~ залитый;
swimming eyes глаза, залитые слезами

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

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  • Swimming — Swim ming, a. [From {Swim} to be dizzy.] Being in a state of vertigo or dizziness; as, a swimming brain. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Swimming — Thomas Eakins, 1885 Öl auf Leinwand, 69,5 cm × 92,4 cm Amon Carter Museum Swimming (oder Swimming Hole) ist ein Ölgemälde von Thomas Eakins …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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