Выражения на букву S

Same to you.   See (The) same to you.

say слово, которым пользуются, чтобы привлечь чьё-ли­бо внимание и показать, что далее следует продолже­ние, вероятнее всего, вопрос. (Слова, подобные этому, часто используют интонацию, чтобы передать допол­нительное значение предложения, которое за ними следует. Вариант интонации может означать сарказм, несогласие, предостережение, утешение, твёрдость и т. д.)
Пример:  BOB: Say, don't I know you from somewhere? RACHEL: I hope not.
Пример:  "Say, why don't you stay on your side? " screamed Tom at the other boys.
Пример: ANDREW: Say, where did I see that can opener? RACHEL: You saw it where you left it after you last used it.

Say cheese! выражение, используемое фотографирую­щим, чтобы заставить людей улыбаться, что и про­исходит, когда произносится слово cheese.
Пример:  "All of you please stand still and say cheese!" said the photog­rapher.
Пример:  "Is everybody ready? Say cheese!" said Mary, holding the camera to her face.

Say hello to someone (for me). Пожалуйста, передайте мои добрые пожелания кому-либо. (Вместо слова someone может стоять имя человека или местоиме­ние. Смотрите также Give my best to someone.; Re­member me to someone.) Пример:  ANDREW: Good-bye, Tom. Say hello to your brother. TOM: Sure. Bye, Andy.
Пример:  SALLY: Well, good-bye. MARY: Bye. SALLY: And say hello to Jane. MARY: Bye-bye.

Say no more. Я согласен.; Я сделаю это.; Я уступаю, не надо больше ничего говорить.
Пример:  JOHN: Someone ought to take this stuff outside. BILL: Say no more. Consider it done.
Пример:  MARY: Shouldn't we turn here if we plan to visit Jane? ALICE: Say no more. Here we go.

Says me! сварливый ответ на вопрос Says who?
Пример:  BILL: I think you're making a mess of this project. BOB: Says who? BILL: Says me!
Пример:  JOHN: What do you mean I shouldn't have done it? Says who? MARY: Says me!

Says who? Кто вы такой, чтобы так говорить?
Пример:  ТОМ: Fred, you sure can be dumb sometimes. FRED: Says who? TOM: Says me!
Пример:
 BILL: You take this dog out of here right now! BOB: Says who? BILL: Says me!

Says you! Это всего-навсего вы так говорите, так что это не имеет значения.
Пример: BILL: I think you're headed for some real trouble. BOB: Says you!
Пример:
 FRED: Says who? TOM: Says me! FRED: Aw, says you!

Say what? Что вы сказали?; Пожалуйста, повторите, что вы сказали.
Пример:  SALLY: Would you like some more salad? Fred: Say what? Sally: Salad? Would you like some more salad? Пример:  JOHN: Put this one over there. SUE: Say what? JOHN: Never mind, I'll do it.

Say when. Скажите мне, когда будет достаточно (того, что я вам даю; обычно о напитке. Иногда следует от­вет When.) Пример:  Том (pouring milk into Fred's glass): Say when, Fred. FRED: When.
Пример:  JOHN: Do you want some more juice? MARY: Yes. JOHN: Okay. Say when.

'Scuse (me).   See Excuse me.

'Scuse me?   See Excuse me?

'Scuse, please.   See Excuse me.

Search me. Я не знаю.; Вы можете обыскать мою одеж­ду и меня, но ответа на свой вопрос и близко не най­дёте. (Разговорное и не очень вежливое. Оба слова произносятся с одинаковым ударением.)
Пример: JANE: What time does Mary's flight get in? SALLY: Search me.
Пример: JOHN: What kind of paint should I use on this fence? Bill: Search me.

See?   See (Don'tyou) see?

See if I care! Мне всё равно, что вы сделаете.
Пример:  MARY: That does it! I'm going home to Mother! JOHN: See if I care!
Пример:  SUE: I'm putting the sofa here, whether you like it or not. BILL: Co ahead! See if I care!

Seen better.   See (I've) seen better.

Seen worse.   See (I've) seen worse.

See ya! До свидания! (Разговорное.)
Пример:  ANDREW: Good­bye, Tom, see ya! TOM: Bye. Take it easy.
Пример:  MARY: Bye, Jane! See you later. JANE: See ya!

See ya, bye-bye. Пока. (Разговорное и сленг.)
Пример:  BILL: I have to be off. BOB: See ya, bye-bye.
Пример:  MARY: See ya, bye-bye. SUE: Toodle-oo.

See you.   See I will see you later.

See you around. Где-нибудь увидимся.
Пример:  BOB: Bye for now. JANE: See you around.
Пример:  TOM: See you around, Fred. FRED: Sure, Tom. See you.

See you in a little while. See (I'll) see you in a little while.

(See you) later.   See I will see you later.

See you later, alligator. AND Later, alligator. До свида­ния. (Шикарная фраза к After while(, crocodile.))
Пример:  Вов: See you later, alligator. JANE: After while, croco­dile.
Пример:  BOB: Bye, Tom. TOM: See you later, alligator. BOB: Later.

See you next year.   See (I'll) see you next year.

See you (real) soon.   See (I'll) see you (real) soon.

See you soon.   See (I will) see you (real) soon. 

See you then.   See (I'll) see you then.

See you tomorrow.   See (I'll) see you tomorrow.

Shake it (up)! Поспешите!; Двигайтесь быстрее!; Беги­те быстрее!
Пример:  FRED: Move it, Tom! Shake it up! TOM: I can't go any faster!
Пример: JANE: Move, you guys. Shake it! BILL: Hey, I'm doing the best I can!

Shake the lead out!   See Get the lead out.

Shame on you! фраза, укоряющая кого-либо за непо­слушание. (Чаще всего говорится ребёнку или взрос­лому за ребяческую выходку.)
Пример: JOHN: I think I broke one of your figurines. Mary: Shame on you! JOHN: replace it, of course. MARY: Thanks, I sort of liked it.

Пример:  "Shame on you!" said Mary. "You should have known better!"

Shoot! Посмотрим, что вы скажете!; Задавайте свой вопрос!
Пример:  BOB: Can I ask you a question? BILL: Sure. Shoot!
Пример:  MARY: There are a few things I want to say before we go on. TOM: Shoot!

Shut up! Тихо!, Заткнитесь! (Невежливо.)
Пример:  BOB: And another thing. BILL: Oh, shut up, Bob!
Пример: ANDREW: Shut up! I've heard enough! BOB: But I have more to say!

Пример:  "Shut up! I can't hear anything because of all your noise!" shouted the director.

Shut up about it. He говорите об этом никому,
Пример:  Bill: I heard that you had a little trouble with the police. TOM: Just shut up about it! Do you hear?
Пример:  ANDREW: Didn't you once appear in a movie? ALICE: Shut up about it. No one has to know.

Shut your face! Замолчите! Заткнитесь! (Грубо.)
Пример:  HENRY: Shut your face! I'm tired of your constant chatter. BOB: I didn't say a single word!
Пример:  MARY: You make me sick! SALLY: Shut your face!

Since when? Когда это было решено?; Это для меня но­вость.; Когда это было сделано?
Пример:  Том: You've been assigned to the night shift. JOHN: Since when?
Пример:  JANE: Fred is now the assistant manager. BILL: Since when? JANE: Since I appointed him, that's when.

Sir? 1. Вы меня звали, сэр? (Сравните с Ма'ат.)
Пример:  JOHN: Тот! ТОМ: Sir? JOHN: Get over here!
Пример:  FRED: Bill! BILL: Sir? Did you call me? Fred: Yes. Have a seat. I want to talk to you.

2. Я не слышал, что вы ска­зали, сэр.
Пример: JOHN: I want you to take this to Mr. Franklin. CHILD: Sir? JOHN: Please take this to Mr. Franklin.

Пример:  BOB: Can you wait on me? CLERK: Sir? BOB: Can you wait on me? CLERK: Oh, yes, sir.

Skin me!   See Give me five!

Skip it! He обращайте внимания!; Забудьте об этом! (Выражает нетерпение или разочарование.)
Пример:  JOHN: I need some help on this project. Mary: What? JOHN: Oh, skip it!
Пример:  JANE: Will you be able to do this, or should I get someone with more experience? BOB: What did you say? Jane: Oh, skip it!

Skoal!   See Bottoms up.

Slip me five!   See Give me five!

Slip me some skin!   See Give me five!

Smile when you say that. Я буду счастлив рассматри­вать это замечание как шутку или розыгрыш.
Пример:  JOHN: You're a real pain in the neck. BOB: Smile when you say that.
Пример:  SUE: I'm going to bop you on the head! JOHN: Smile when you say that!

Snap it up! Поспешите! (Разговорное.)
Пример:  JOHN: Come on, Fred. Snap it up! FRED: I'm hurrying! I'm hurrying!
Пример:  SALLY: Snap it up! You're going to make us late. JOHN: That's exactly what I had in mind.

Snap to it! Двигайтесь быстрее!; Давайте живее!
Пример: BILL: Snap to it! MARY: Don't rush me!
Пример: JOHN: Get in line there. Snap to it! SALLY: What is this, the army? You just wait till I'm ready!

So?   See So (what)?

so 1. слово, которым пользуются, чтобы нарушить паузу, образовавшуюся в разговоре, или в несколько агрессивной манере предложить новую тему для бе­седы. (Слова, подобные этому, часто используют интонацию, чтобы передать дополнительное значе­ние предложения, следующего за ними. Вариант интонации может означать сарказм, несогласие, пре­достережение,   утешение,   твёрдость   и   т. д.)    
Пример:
ANDREW: So, I'm new around here. Where's the fun? BOB: You must be new. There's never been any fun around here.
Пример:  "So, how are you?" asked Kate.
Пример:  Andrew: So, when do we eat? RACHEL: Don't you have any manners?
Пример:
BOB: So, what you been doing? BILL: Not much.
Пример:
 ANDREW: So, been keeping busy? BOB: No. I been taking it easy.

2. слово, стоящее в начале предложения и означающее признание вины, но про­износимое агрессивным тоном. Пример:  FRED: So I made a mistake. So what? John: It caused us all a lot of trou­ble. That's what.
Пример: ALICE: So I'm not perfect! What does that prove? ANDREW: Nothing, I guess.

So do I. И я тоже.
Пример:  MARY: I want some more cake. Sally: So do I.
Пример:  Вов: I have to go home now. Том: So do I. Bob: Bye.

(Someone had) better keep quiet about it. See under (Someone had) better keep still about it.

(Someone had) better keep still about it. AND (Someone had) better keep quiet about it. предостережение по поводу того, что определённый человек не должен говорить о чём-либо или обсуждать что-либо. (Вме­сто слова someone может стоять имя собственное, местоимение, или само это слово обозначает «вы-знаете-кто». Если в начале фразы отсутствуют слова someone had, она означает мягкое предостережение хранить молчание о чём-либо.)
Пример:  MARY: I saw you with Bill last night. JANE: You'd better keep quiet about it.
Пример: JANE: Tom found out what you're giving Sally for her birthday. BILL: He had better keep quiet about it!

(Someone) looks like something the cat dragged in. Кто-либо выглядит помятым или изнурённым. (Шутли­вое. Сравните с Look (at) what the cat dragged in!)
Пример:  ALICE: Tom just came in. He looks like something the cat dragged in. What do you suppose happened to him? Пример: RACHEL: Wow! Did you see Sue? JANE: Yes. Looks like something the cat dragged in.

(Someone or something is) supposed to. выражение, озна­чающее, что кто-либо или что-либо должны были сделать что-то. (Часто, в устной речи, слово sup­posed сокращается до 'sposed. Слова someone или something могут замещаться существительными или местоимениями.)
Пример:  MARY: They didn't deliver the flowers we ordered. SUE: Supposed to. Give them a call.
Пример:  SALLY: This screw doesn't fit into hole number seven in the way the instructions say it should- BILL: It's supposed to. Something's wrong.

(Someone's) not supposed to. See (It's) not supposed to.

(Someone will) be with you in a minute. AND With you in a minute. Пожалуйста, подождите, кто-либо подой­дёт к вам очень скоро. (Вместо someone может стоять собственное имя или местоимение, чаще всего /. Если никто другой не упоминается, то подразумевается /. Слово minute может быть за­менено на moment или second.)
Пример: Sue: Oh Miss? CLERK: Someone will be with you in a min­ute.

Пример:  BILL: Please wait here. I'll be with you in a minute.  BOB: Please hurry.

Some people (just) don't know when to quit. AND Some people (just) don't know when to give up.   1. Вы или
кто-либо, о ком говорят, должны перестать делать что-то, например, говорить, спорить, браниться и т. п. (Часто эти слова относятся к тому человеку, к которому обращаются.)
Пример:  BILL: / hate to say it again, but that lipstick is all wrong for you. It brings out the wrong color in your eyes, and it makes your mouth larger than it really is. JANE: Oh, stop, stop! That's enough! Some people just don't know when to quit. Пример:  JOHN: Those bushes out in the backyard need trimming. SALLY: You keep criticizing! Is there no end to it? Some peo­ple don't know when to stop!

2. Некоторые люди не знают, когда надо сбавить темп и перестать слишком напряжённо работать.
Пример:  BOB: We were afraid that John had had a heart attack. BILL: I'm not surprised. He works so hard. Some people don't know when to quit.
Пример:  JANE: He just kept on gambling. Finally, he had no money left. SALLY: Some people don't know when to quit.

Something's got to give. Эмоции или взаимоотношения находятся на пределе, и будет взрыв.
Пример:  ALICE: There are serious problems with Mary and Tom. They fight and fight. SUE: Yes, something's got to give. It can't go on like this.
Пример:  BILL: Things are getting difficult at the office. Something's got to give. MARY: Just stay clear of all the bickering.

So much for that. С этим покончено.; Мы не будем больше этим заниматься.
Пример:  John tossed the stub of a pencil into the trash. "So much for that," he muttered, fishing through his drawer for anotner.
Пример:  MOTHER: Here, try some carrots. CHILD (brushing the spoon aside): No! No! MOTHER: Well, so much for that.

Sooner than you think, выражение, указывающее на срок какого-либо события.
Пример:  SALLY: I'm going to have to stop pretty soon for a rest. MARY: Sooner than you think, I'd say. I think one of our tires is low.
Пример:  TOM: The stock market is bound to run out of steam pretty soon. BOB: Sooner than you think from the look of today's news.

Sorry.   See (I'm) sorry.

Sorry (that) I asked. Теперь, когда я услышал ответ, жалею, что задал этот вопрос.
Пример:  ALICE: Can we get a new car soon? The old one is a wreck. JOHN: Are you kidding? There's no way that we could ever afford a new car! ALICE: Sorry I asked.
Пример:  After he heard the long list of all the reasons he wouldn't be allowed to go to the con­cert, Fred just shrugged and said, "Sorry that I asked. "

Sorry to hear that.   See (I'm) sorry to hear that.

Sorry you asked? See (Are you) sorry you asked?; (I'm) sorry you asked (that).

Sort of. AND Kind of. Да, но только совсем немного.
Пример:  BOB: Do you like what you're doing in school? ALICE: Kind of.
Пример: HENRY: What do you think about all these new laws? Do they worry you? JOHN: Sort of.

Soup's on! Еда на столе. (Говорится о любой еде, не только о супе.)
Пример:  ТОМ: Soup's on! BILL: The camp chef has dished up another disaster. Come on, we might as well face the music.
Пример:  JOHN: Soup's on! Come and get it! MARY: Well, I guess it's time to eat again. SUE: Yeah, no way to avoid it, I guess.

So (what)? почему это имеет значение? (Разговорное или фамильярное. Может даже считаться грубым.)
Пример:  BOB: Your attitude always seems to lack sincerity. Mary: So what? D John: Your car sure is dusty. Sue: So?

(So) what else is new? Это не новость. Это уже слу­чилось.; Только не это опять.
Пример:  MARY: Taxes are going up again. BOB: So what else is new?
Пример:
 JOHN: Gee, my pants are getting tight. Maybe I'm putting on a little weight. SALLY: What else is new?

Speaking. AND This is someone. Я тот человек, которо­го вы спрашивали (по телефону). (Вместо someone может стоять имя собственное или местоимения he или she.)
Пример:  ТОМ: Hello? MARY: Is Тот there? ТОМ: Speaking.
Пример:  ТОМ: Hello? MARY: Is Tom there? TOM: This is he.

speaking (quite) candidly выражение, предшествующее откровенному или прямолинейному заявлению.
Пример:  "Speaking quite candidly, I find your behavior a bit offensive, " stated Frank, obviously offended.
Пример:  MARY: Tell me what you really think about this skirt. SALLY: Speaking candidly, I think you should get your money back.

(speaking) (quite) frankly AND frankly speaking пере­ходная фраза, означающая, что говорящий собирает­ся говорить более откровенно.
Пример:  ТОМ: Speaking quite frankly, I'm not certain she's the one for the job. MARY: I agree.
Пример:
 BOB: We ought to be looking at housing in a lower price bracket. BILL: Quite frankly, I agree. О "Frankly speaking", said John, "I think you're out of your mind!"

Speak of the devil, фраза, которую говорят, когда кто-либо, чьё имя только что упомянули, внезапно появ­ляется сам. (Сравните с We were just talking about you.)
Пример: TOM: Speak of the devil, here comes Bill. Mary: We were just talking about you, Bill.

Пример:  John: I wonder how Fred is doing in his new job. FRED: Hi, you two. What's up? JOHN: Speak of the devil. Look who's here!

Speak up. Пожалуйста, говорите громче.; Не стес­няйтесь, говорите громче.
Пример:  "Speak up. I can hardly hear you," said Uncle Henry, cupping his hand to his ear.
Пример:
 MARY: I'm sorry. TEACHER: Speak up. MARY: I'm sorry, ma'am. I won't do it again.

'Spose not.   See under I guess not.

'Spose so.   See under I guess (so).

Stay out of my way.   See Keep out of my way.

Stay out of this!   See Keep out of this!

Step aside. Пожалуйста, уйдите с дороги, чтобы можно было пройти.
Пример: "Step aside. Let the mayor through, please, " called out the mayor's bodyguard.
Пример:
 ТОМ (blocking the boss's door): Just a moment, sir. BOSS (trying to exit): Step aside, please. TOM: But, sir! Boss: Step aside, please. TOM: But, sir, the tax people are here with an arrest warrant.

Stick with it. He сдавайтесь. Продолжайте своё дело.
Пример:  Bill: I'm really tired of calculus. FATHER: Stick with it. You'll be a better person for it.
Пример:  BILL: This job is get­ting to be such a pain. SUE: True, but it pays well, doesn't it? Stick with it.

Stop the music! AND Stop the presses! Остановите всё!; Стоп! (Слово presses означает печатные станки, на которых печатались газеты. Выражение озна­чает, что появились новости такого значения, что печатные станки должны быть остановлены, что­бы немедленно был отпечатан новый тираж.)
Пример:  JOHN (entering the room): Stop the music! There's о fire in the kitchen! MARY: Good grief! Let's get out of here! Пример:  "Stop the presses!" shouted Jane. I have an announcement. "

Stop the presses!   See the previous entry.

Stuff a sock in it! Замолчите!; Перестаньте разговари­вать! (Дословно: засуньте носок себе в рот, чтобы прекратить шум.)
Пример:  ТОМ: Hey, Henry! Can you hear те? HENRY: Be quiet, Tom. Stuff a sock in it!
Пример:  FRED: Hey, you still here? I want to tell you a few things! JOHN: Oh, stuff a sock in it! You're a pain.

Suits me (fine).   See (It) suits me (fine).

Suit yourself. Вы сами решайте, что вам надо.; Делайте по-своему.
Пример:  MARY: / think I want the red one. TOM: Suit yourself.
Пример:  JOHN (reading the menu): The steak sounds good, but I'm helpless in the face of fried chicken. SALLY: Suit yourself. I'll have the steak.

suppose   See supposing.

Supposed to.   See (Someone or something is) supposed to.

Suppose I do? AND Supposing I do? Имеет ли значение тот факт, что я согласен с чем-либо, и что вы соби­раетесь в связи с этим делать? (Не обязательно с во­просительной интонацией.)
Пример:  ALICE: Do you really think it's right to do something like that? SUE: Suppose I do?
Пример:  FRED: Are you going to drive up into the mountains as you said you would? SALLY: Supposing I do? FRED: I'm just asking.

Suppose I don't? AND Supposing I don't? А что случит­ся, если я не согласен? (Не обязательно с вопросительной интонацией.)
Пример:  Bill: You'd better get yourself over to the main office. TOM: Suppose I don't?
Пример:
 FATHER: You simply must do better in school. TOM: Supposing I don't? FATHER: Your clothing and personal belongings will be placed on the curb for the garbage pickup, and we will have the locks changed. Next question.

supposing AND suppose слово, за которым обычно сле­дует предположение.
Пример:  FRED: Supposing I was to walk right out of here, just like that. MARY: I'd say good-bye and good riddance. Пример:  Sue: Suppose all the electricity suddenly stopped. What would we do? BOB: It doesn't matter, the television can run on batteries too.

Supposing I do?   See Suppose I do?

Supposing I don't?   See Suppose I don't?

Sure. Да, конечно. (Смотрите также Oh, sure (someone or something will.)
Пример:  MARY: This okay? JANE: Sure.
Пример:  BILL: Want to go to a movie with me Saturday? SUE: Sure, why not?

Sure as shooting! Да, обязательно! (Как уточнение к Sure.)
Пример:  BILL: Are you going to be there Monday night? BOB: Sure as shooting!
Пример:  BOB: Will you take this over to the main office? Bill: Sure as shooting!

Sure thing. Да, конечно.
Пример:  SUE: Will you be at the re­ception? BOB: Sure thing.
Пример:  BILL: You remember my cousin, Tom, don't you? BOB: Sure thing. Hi, Tom.