3D_Getting Ahead_2nd conditional_Balotelli

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unlikely &(to do sth) The project seemed unlikely to succeed. unlikely (that…) It's most (= very) unlikely that she'll arrive before seven. In the unlikely event of a problem arising, please contact the hotel man 2 [only before noun] not the person, thing or place that you would normally think of or expect He seems a most unlikely candidate for the job. They have built hotels in the most unlikely places.
succeed [sək'si:d] 1. постигам целта си, успявам Our plan succeeded. 2. процъвтявам, преуспявам 3. идвам след, (по) следвам Who succeeded Kennedy as President?
as long as only if We'll go as long as the weather is good.
unless ако не, освен ако, освен когато I won't tell them—not unless you say I can.
as soon as at the moment that; at the time that; when. I fell asleep as soon as I lay down. John ate dinner as soon as he came home.
WHETHER or not дали... или (не), във всеки случай, така или иначе, и в единия, и в другия случай Whether or not we're successful, we can be sure that we did our best.
even if despite the fact or belief that; no matter whether I'll get there, even if I have to walk.
I wouldn't object if... my connections helped me.
I wouldn't be able to live with myself... if I did it.
The colleague would do the same in my shoes. The situation wouldn't be made any better if I refused a job, would it?
provided (that) SYNONYM if … used to say what must happen or be done to make it possible for something else to happen We'll buy everything you produce, provided of course the price is right. Provided that you have the money in your account, you can withdraw up to £100 a day.
withdraw [wið'drɔ:] Provided that you have the money in your account, you can withdraw up to £100 a day. 4 withdraw something (from something) to take money out of a bank account I'd like to withdraw £250 please. withdraw (somebody/something) (from something) Both powers withdrew their forces from the region. She withdrew her hand from his.
swollen подут/larger than normal, especially as a result of a disease or an injury Her eyes were red and swollen from crying.
jaw dʒɔː the top/upper jaw the bottom/lower jaw
law lɔː In Sweden it is against the law to hit a child.
gist dʒɪst the main or general meaning of a piece of writing, a speech or a conversation to get (= understand) the gist of an argument I missed the beginning of the lecture—can you give me the gist of what he said?
foster (somebody) (especially British English) to take another person's child into your home for a period of time, without becoming his or her legal parents They have fostered over 60 children during the past ten years. We couldn't adopt a child, so we decided to foster.
foster care приемно родителство
boo buː ‘Boo!’ they shouted, ‘Get off!’ The speech was greeted with loud boos from the audience. France were booing him.
rely (on) rɪˈlaɪ relies, relying, relied, relied rely on/upon somebody/something 1 to need or depend on somebody/something As babies, we rely entirely on others for food. rely on/upon somebody/something to do sth These days we rely heavily on computers to organize our work. rely on/upon somebody/something doing something The industry relies on the price of raw materials remaining low. 2 to trust or have faith in somebody/something You should rely on your own judgement. rely on/upon somebody/something to do something You can rely on me to keep your secret. He can't be relied on to tell the truth.
reliable We are looking for someone who is reliable and hard-working. a reliable friend My car's not as reliable as it used to be.
affluent æfluənt having a lot of money and a good standard of living SYNONYM prosperous, wealthy affluent Western countries a very affluent neighbourhood
properly ['prɔpəli] 1. както трябва, както му е редът, правилно, с (пълно) право Hospitals wouldn't be able to function properly.
Would you be prepared? Готов ли си? I'm prepared to accept the deal.
PROVIDED само ако ...provided the price is right. ...provided that you pay us immediately.
resolve rɪˈzɑːlv to find an acceptable solution to a problem or difficulty SYNONYM settle to resolve an issue/a dispute/a conflict/a crisis
decent ['di:snt] 1. (благо) приличен, с добро държане/поведение, скромен 2. сносен, поносим, търпим, свестен, разг. разбран, добър, чудесен, любезен a decent meal/job/place to live I need a decent night's sleep. 2 (of people or behaviour) honest and fair; treating people with respect ordinary, decent, hard-working people
mortgage ['mɔ:gidʒ] I. n юр. ипотека, ипотекиране, залог loan on MORTGAGE ипотечен заем to raise a MORTGAGE on one's house ипотекирам къщата си II. v юр. ипотекирам, залагам
gifted надарен, даровит, способен, талантлив
Let's meet up tomorrow Let's see each other Let's meet up tomorrow Let's see each other
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