dead faint


dead faint
полная потеря сознания

Англо-русский словарь по психоаналитике. 2013.

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  • dead — [ded] adj. [ME ded < OE dēad, akin to ON dauthr, OHG tōt, Goth dauths: orig. pp. of an old v. base appearing in ON deyja, OS dojan, OHG touwen, all < IE base * dheu , DIE1] 1. no longer living; having died 2. naturally without life;… …   English World dictionary

  • faint — I adj. to feel faint from (she felt faint from lack of air) II n. 1) to fall into a faint 2) a dead faint (to fall into a dead faint) III v. (D; intr.) to faint from (to faint from loss of blood) * * * [feɪnt] to fall into a faint to feel faint… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • dead — dead1 [ ded ] adjective *** ▸ 1 no longer alive ▸ 2 not working ▸ 3 not interesting ▸ 4 no longer relevant ▸ 5 very weak/tired/sick ▸ 6 having no feeling ▸ 7 showing little emotion ▸ 8 no longer spoken ▸ 9 complete ▸ 10 in ball games ▸ 11 when… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • dead — I UK [ded] / US adjective Word forms dead : adjective dead comparative deader superlative deadest *** 1) a) no longer alive The police don t know whether she s alive or dead. He is grieving for his dead father. I raked up the dead leaves. a dead… …   English dictionary

  • faint — faint1 [feınt] adj [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: faindre, feindre to pretend ; FEIGN] 1.) difficult to see, hear, smell etc ▪ She gave a faint smile. ▪ a very faint noise ▪ the faint light of dawn 2.) a faint hope/possibility/ch …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • faint — 01. Vanna felt [faint] after standing out in the hot sun all day. 02. The old woman [fainted] when she heard the news that her husband had been hit by a car. 03. There is now only a [faint] hope that any of the crewmen have survived the sinking… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • faint — 1 adjective 1 difficult to see, hear, smell etc: a faint noise | the faint outline of the cliffs 2 a faint hope/chance/feeling etc a very small or slight chance etc: There s still a faint hope that they might be alive. | There was a faint edge of …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • faint — 1. adjective 1) a faint mark Syn: indistinct, vague, unclear, indefinite, ill defined, imperceptible, unobtrusive; pale, light, faded Ant: clear 2) a faint cry …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • faint — 1. adjective 1) a faint mark Syn: indistinct, vague, unclear, indefinite, ill defined, imperceptible, pale, light, faded 2) a faint cry Syn: quiet, muted …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • dead — deadness, n. /ded/, adj., deader, deadest, n., adv. adj. 1. no longer living; deprived of life: dead people; dead flowers; dead animals. 2. brain dead. 3. not endowed with life; inanimate: dead stones. 4. resembling death; deathlike: a dead… …   Universalium

  • dead — dead1 W1S1 [ded] adj [no comparative] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(not alive)¦ 2¦(not working)¦ 3¦(already used)¦ 4¦(boring)¦ 5¦(not active/used)¦ 6¦(arm/leg etc)¦ 7¦(no emotion)¦ 8¦(tired)¦ 9 be dead to the world …   Dictionary of contemporary English