and


and
and [ænd (полная форма; ənd, ən, nd, n (редуцированные формы)] cj
1) соединительный союз и;

boys and girls ма́льчики и де́вочки

2) в сложных словах:

four and twenty два́дцать четы́ре

;

a hundred and twenty сто два́дцать

;

give-and-take policy поли́тика взаи́мных усту́пок

3) противительный союз а, но;

I shall go and you stay here я пойду́, а ты остава́йся здесь

;

there are books and books есть кни́ги и кни́ги

4) присоединяет инфинитив к сказуемому:

try and do it постара́йтесь э́то сде́лать

;

come and see приходи́те посмотре́ть

;

wait and see поживём — уви́дим

for miles and miles бесконе́чно; о́чень далеко́

;

for hours and hours часа́ми, о́чень до́лго

;

and yet и всё же


Англо-русский словарь. — М.: Советская энциклопедия. . 1969.

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