healthy

healthy
['helθɪ]
adj
здоровый, полезный, благотворный

This climate (fresh air) is healthy for the old and the young. — Этот климат (свежий воздух) полезен и старым и молодым.

- healthy child
- healthy climate
- healthy place
- be healthy
USAGE:
Прилагательное healthy характеризует общее состояние здоровья и не подразумевает состояния человека в момент речи. Прилагательное healthy соответствует русскому полному прилагательному здоровый: a healthy child здоровый ребенок; a healthy climate здоровый климат (т. е. климат, способствующий здоровью). Русскому краткому прилагательному здоров, я здоров (сейчас не болен) соответствует в английском языке I'm well (I'm not ill).

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

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