Перевод: с русского на все языки

without vigor

См. также в других словарях:

  • Simon Vigor —     Simon Vigor     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Simon Vigor     French bishop and controversialist, b. at Evreux, Normandy, about 1515; d. at Carcassonne, 1 Nov., 1575. Son of Raynaud Vigor, a court physician, he went to Paris about 1520, where his …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Simon Vigor — (b. at Evreux, Normandy, about 1515; d. at Carcassonne, 1 November1575) was a French Catholic bishop and controversialist.LifeSon of Raynaud Vigor, a court physician, he went to Paris about 1520, where his studies included Greek, Hebrew, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Not Without a Fight — Studio album by New Found Glory Released March 10, 2009 (see …   Wikipedia

  • War Without End (Babylon 5) — Infobox Television episode Title = War Without End Series = Babylon 5 Ivanova, Delenn, Sinclair, Marcus and Zathras prepare B4 for time travel Caption = Season = 3 Episode = 16 17 Airdate = 13 May 1996 20 May 1996 Production = 316 #317 Writer = J …   Wikipedia

  • bloodless — bloodlessly, adv. bloodlessness, n. /blud lis/, adj. 1. without blood: bloodless surgery. 2. very pale: a bloodless face. 3. free from bloodshed; accomplished without bloodshed: a bloodless victory; a bloodless coup. 4. spiritless; without vigor …   Universalium

  • bloodless — blood•less [[t]ˈblʌd lɪs[/t]] adj. 1) without blood 2) very pale: a bloodless face[/ex] 3) accomplished without violence or killing: a bloodless coup[/ex] 4) spiritless; without vigor or zest 5) without emotion or feeling • Etymology: 1175–1225… …   From formal English to slang

  • spir´it|less|ness — spir|it|less «SPIHR iht lihs», adjective. 1. without spirit or courage; without vigor; depressed; dejected: »tired, spiritless soldiers. 2. without liveliness; not spirited; tame: »The evening was passed in spiritless conversation (Fanny Burney) …   Useful english dictionary

  • spir´it|less|ly — spir|it|less «SPIHR iht lihs», adjective. 1. without spirit or courage; without vigor; depressed; dejected: »tired, spiritless soldiers. 2. without liveliness; not spirited; tame: »The evening was passed in spiritless conversation (Fanny Burney) …   Useful english dictionary

  • spir|it|less — «SPIHR iht lihs», adjective. 1. without spirit or courage; without vigor; depressed; dejected: »tired, spiritless soldiers. 2. without liveliness; not spirited; tame: »The evening was passed in spiritless conversation (Fanny Burney).… …   Useful english dictionary

  • languid — [laŋ′gwid] adj. [Fr languide < L languidus < languere, to be weary, akin to laxus: see LAX] 1. without vigor or vitality; drooping; weak 2. without interest or spirit; listless; indifferent 3. sluggish; dull; slow languidly adv. languidness …   English World dictionary

  • toy — I. noun Etymology: Middle English toye Date: 15th century 1. obsolete a. flirtatious or seductive behavior b. pastime; also a sportive or amusing act ; antic 2. a. som …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • enervated — /en euhr vay tid/, adj. without vigor, force, or strength; languid. [1650 60; ENERVATE + ED2] * * * …   Universalium

  • low-pressure — /loh presh euhr/, adj. 1. having or involving a low or below normal pressure, as steam or water. 2. without vigor or persistence; not forceful or aggressive: a low pressure campaign. 3. quietly persuasive; subtle; indirect: a low pressure… …   Universalium

  • feeble — a. 1. Weak, not strong. 2. Debilitated, enervated, sickly, infirm, languishing, languid, declining, drooping, frail. 3. Faint, imperfect, dim, without vigor, lacking intensity or vividness or force …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • lackadaisical — lack•a•dai•si•cal [[t]ˌlæk əˈdeɪ zɪ kəl[/t]] adj. 1) being without vigor or spirit; listless 2) lazy; indolent • Etymology: 1760–70; lackadais(y), var. of lackaday+ ical lack a•dai′si•cal•ly, adv. lack a•dai′si•cal•ness, n …   From formal English to slang

  • namby-pamby — [nam′bē pam′bē] adj. [orig. satirical nickname of Ambrose Philips, 18th c. Eng poet: in ridicule of his sentimental pastorals] 1. weakly sentimental; insipid 2. without vigor 3. wishy washy n. 1. namby pamby talk 2. pl. namby pambie …   English World dictionary

Книги