ABBYY Lingvo Comprehensive Russian-English Dictionary by ABBYY Lingvo

By ABBYY Lingvo

The excellent English-Russian and Russian-English Learner's Dictionary of Collocations is the made of the author's approach to compilation of learner's dictionaries comprehensively describing the English language method for Russian-speaking (thinking in Russian) scholars studying English. the most rules of the method:
- specialise in a selected pupil (thinking in Russian);
- vocabulary choice in keeping with frequency;
- semantic constitution of phrases in keeping with frequency;
- presentation of vocabulary goods in phrases;
- commentaries to entries (4 varieties) in accordance with Russian-English contrastive and comparative studies;
- translation variants;
- purposes of linguistic content;
- Russian-English thesaurus (reverse dictionary).
Total quantity of over 2 hundred author's sheets
The dictionary is a deciphering and coding learner's dictionary, i.e. it explains the integrated words' meanings and also teaches pondering within the overseas language in addition to formulating/coding of a proposal in Russian utilizing the English language. quite a few comparative commentaries serve an identical purpose.
The authors depend upon the theories of words, their versions and ideas of the lexical items' cognitive body. those matters shape the theoretical foundation mirrored within the constitution of the dictionary's entries.

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It was then that Dimitrov told us in confidence that the Soviet Union had the atomic bomb. Kostov made an effort to be friendly toward us, but neither then nor later did we show any understanding of him—not even when he was tried and shot [in 1949 . . ]. As for Dimitrov, without a doubt he felt as we did. ’ ”39 And on 19 April 1948, before the split became final, the Bulgarian state delegation, headed by Dimitrov, passed through Belgrade on the way to Prague. Djilas greeted the Bulgarians at the Topcˇider railroad station and jumped into Dimitrov’s wagon, where Dimitrov greeted him in the corridor and, squeezing Djilas’s “hand in both of his, he said, emotionally, ‘Hold fast!

The Sov[iet] people is waging a patriotic war against fascist Germany. ” Dimitrov felt these changes quite directly after the removal of the Comintern staff to Kuibyshev and Ufa in the fall of 1941. He noted that the Comintern and he himself were not in evidence at public occasions. For the first time in many years he was not on the Moscow honor presidium on the anniversary of the revolution. ” (7 November 1941). Meanwhile, the Soviet agencies were taking over Introduction xxxvii parts of the Comintern operations, Stalin initially being more worried about the vanguardism of specific Soviet services (for example, the Red Army intelligence) than about the subordination of the CI (27 August 1941).

According to Stalin, “As long as there are antagonistic classes, there will be dictatorship of the proletariat. But in your country it will be a dictatorship of a different type. You can do without a Soviet regime. However, the regime of the people’s republic can fulfill the major task of the dictatorship of the proletariat, both in terms of abolishing the classes and in terms of building socialism. The people’s democracy and the Soviet regime are two forms of the dictatorship of the proletariat” (6 December 1948).

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