|Часть речи:||существительное, исчисляемое и неисчисляемое; глагол|
|Значение:||лоскут, тряпка, лохмотья (rags), шмотки (разг.), скандал, шум, бранить, галдеть, скандалить, шуметь|
|Связанные слова / Синонимы:||shred, scandal, row, rag doll, rag rug, rag trade, rag-and-bone man, from rag to riches, in rag, local rags|
|Идиомы:||lose your rag; a red rag to a bull|
|Фразовые глаголы:||rag on somebody|
- Just get a rag and wipe it up.
- Maple Leaf Rag
- That paper's nothing but a fascist rag.
- A wet finger or rag will smooth a caulked joint and leave a neat appearance.
- He put the rags between my legs.
- I opened the window, stepped out on the ledge, and began to wash windowpanes with a rag.
- The smell of oil clung to her as strongly as it did to the rags in the van.
- The thin cake was hard and resistant as a frozen rag.
- This was how he remembered her, rather than as the cancer-pained rag doll he had nursed until her death.
- When I got back to the villa, I saw a red rag tied to the balcony.
|Значение:|| неровный, зазубренный, шероховатый, косматый, нечёсаный, взлохмаченный, всклокоченный, измученный, изнуренный, усталый|
|Идиомы:||run somebody rugged|
- A man in ragged clothes was begging on the corner.
- Alex was wearing ragged jeans with holes in the knees.
- Bev's voice was ragged with fatigue.
- He touched his ragged hat as she passed.
- Much of Cassidy's concert seemed ragged and under-rehearsed.
- She looked quite ragged and unkempt.
- The blanket she wore over her shoulders was ragged and filthy.
- But, for the data analyst who is prepared to use judgement as well as arithmetic, smoothing can clarify many otherwise ragged situations.
- Dead, ragged heads of the climbing hydrangea can be removed, cutting where the stem joins the main branch.
- He was educated at Guthries, a school for ragged boys, where he was subjected to frequent beatings.
- The three boys should have been at school with their ragged clothes, crew cuts and sullen eyes.
- Through his increasingly deep, ragged breathing, he said her name once, twice.
- Trim ragged lawn edges with the aid of a half-moon edging iron.