present

present
I [prɪ'zent] v
1) преподносить, дарить, вручать

When you're presented with a chance to improve your position, take advantage of it. — Когда тебе предоставляется шанс улучшить свое положение, воспользуйся им.

- present smb with smth
- present smb with a collection of stamps
- present the prizes
2) представлять, подавать, вручать, вчинять иск, подавать на рассмотрение, передавать на рассмотрение

He presented his case well. — Он хорошо изложил свои доводы.

- present a case for discussion
- present in evidence
3) появляться
- present for an examination
USAGE:
See explain, v; USAGE (2.).
II ['prezənt] n
подарок, дар

Here is a present for you! — Вот вам подарок

- excellent present
- birthday presents
- anniversary present
- wedding present
- Christmas present
- present for smb
- give a present to smb
- give a present of smth to smb
- send smb smth as a present
- take a present
III ['prezənt]
1) присутствующий
- all those present
- be present at the a lesson
- be present for the opening of the exhibition
- be present in one's mind
- no one else was present
- some of you present here
2) настоящий, текущий, современный
- present Cabinet
- present price
- present needs
- present year
- present fashions
- question of present interest
- in the present circumstances
- at the present time
3) данный (тот, о котором идет речь)
- present book
- present writer
- on receipt of the present letter
- no excuse in the present case
USAGE:
See absent, adj
IV ['prezənt]
настоящее время

There is no present without the past. — Без прошлого нет настоящего.

Let's think of the present and of the future. — Давайте думать о настоящем и будущем.

He is out of town at present. — В настоящее время его нет дома.

- for the present
- until to the present
USAGE:
See future, n

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