lesson

lesson
['lesən]
n
урок, занятие

We have no lessons today. — У нас сегодня нет занятий. /Мы сегодня не занимаемся.

Let it be a lesson to you. — Пусть это послужит вам уроком.

He got a good lesson. — Он получил хороший урок.

Proverbs give us the best lessons in the art of expression. — Пословицы лучше всего учат нас искусству выражать свои мысли.

Nature teaches beautiful lessons. — Природа учит нас понимать красоту.

- easy lesson
- revision lesson
- English lesson
- instructive lesson
- daily lessons
- conversational lessons
- singing lesson
- class lessons
- history lessons
- whole lesson
- half the lesson
- lesson one
- one lesson ahead of smb
- lesson in mathematics
- lesson on this subject
- lesson in culture
- one's lesson from such an accident is ...
- lesson of losing a fight
- smb's homework for the next lesson
- attend one's lessons
- be late for the lesson
- be taught by postal lessons
- begin the lesson
- conduct a lesson
- do one's lessons
- draw a lesson from the incident
- drive home the lesson
- exchange lessons in our respective subjects
- get a lesson across to one's pupils
- give vocal lessons
- impose home lessons on young children
- learn a good lesson
- learn a lesson from experience
- miss lessons
- dodge lessons
- practice one's piano lessons
- prepare home lessons
- provide an object
- read smb a lesson
- receive lessons from a correspondence school
- say one's lesson
- take private lessons
- take driving lessons
- take the lesson to heart
- teach smb a lesson
- lesson begins
- lesson is over
- chief lessons to be learnt are ...
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  • Lesson — Les son (l[e^]s s n), n. [OE. lessoun, F. le[,c]on lesson, reading, fr. L. lectio a reading, fr. legere to read, collect. See {Legend}, and cf. {Lection}.] 1. Anything read or recited to a teacher by a pupil or learner; something, as a portion of …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lesson — [les′ən] n. [ME lessoun < OFr leçon < L lectio, a reading, hence text, lesson < pp. of legere, to read: see LOGIC] 1. something to be learned; specif., a) an exercise or assignment that a student is to prepare or learn within a given… …   English World dictionary

  • Lesson — Les son, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Lessoned} ( s nd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Lessoning}.] To teach; to instruct. Shak. [1913 Webster] To rest the weary, and to soothe the sad, Doth lesson happier men, and shame at least the bad. Byron. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Lesson XX — Género Drama, Romance, Yaoi, Shōjo Estudio Daiei Co. Ltd Lanzamiento 1995 …   Wikipedia Español

  • lesson — [n1] information taught assignment, chalk talk*, class, coaching, drill, education, exercise, homework, instruction, lecture, period, practice, quiz, reading, recitation, schooling, study, task, teaching, test, tutoring; concepts 274,285,287… …   New thesaurus

  • Lesson — (spr. óng), René Primevère, Naturforscher, geb. 20. März 1794 in Rochefort, gest. daselbst 28. April 1849, begleitete 1822–25 den Kapitän Duperrey auf seiner Weltreise auf der Korvette La Coquille und wurde dann Professor der Botanik in Rochefort …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • lesson — index caveat, correction (punishment), guidance Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • lesson — ● lesson Mot anglais signifiant leçon et désignant en Angleterre, aux XVIIe et XVIIIe s., une suite ou sonate pour un ou plusieurs instruments. (J. Dowland, T. Morley, H. Purcell et G. F. Händel sont les principaux auteurs de lessons.) …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • lesson — (n.) early 13c., a reading aloud from the Bible, also something to be learned by a student, from O.Fr. leçon, from L. lectionem (nom. lectio) a reading, noun of action from pp. stem of legere to read (see LECTURE (Cf. lecture) (n.)). Transferred… …   Etymology dictionary

  • lesson — (izg. lèsn) m DEFINICIJA 1. glazb. pov. instrumentalno djelo, posebno kompozicije za orgulje (u Engleskoj u 17. i 18. st.) 2. čitanje odlomaka iz svetih knjiga za vrijeme službe u crkvi ETIMOLOGIJA engl …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • lesson — ► NOUN 1) a period of learning or teaching. 2) a thing learned. 3) a thing that serves as a warning or encouragement. 4) a passage from the Bible read aloud during a church service. ORIGIN Old French leçon, from Latin legere read …   English terms dictionary


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