affair


affair
[əʹfeə] n
1. дело

it is an affair of a few days - это вопрос /дело/ нескольких дней

private affair - личное дело

it is not your affair - это не твоё дело, это не твоя забота

mind your own affairs - разг. не суйся не в своё дело; занимайся своими делами

an affair of honour - дело чести (особ. о поединке)

2. pl дела, занятия

man of affairs - деловой человек

foreign affairs - иностранные /внешние/ дела

internal /domestic/ affairs - внутренние дела

affairs of state - государственные дела

Ministry of Home [Foreign] Affairs - министерство внутренних [иностранных] дел

to put one's affairs in order - привести дела в порядок

3. роман, связь, любовная история

to have an affair with smb. - вступить в любовную связь с кем-л.; ≅ у него /у неё/ роман

4. разг. событие; история; штука

the concert [the reception] was a nice affair - это был хороший концерт [приём]

this house is a ramshackle affair - этот дом совсем разваливается

the meeting was a noisy affair - собрание прошло очень шумно

what is this affair you've got on your head? - что это за штука у тебя на голове?

5. воен. стычка, дело
6. амер. разг. торжественный приём, празднество, церемония и т. п.

that was quite an affair - всё было очень торжественно /парадно/


Новый большой англо-русский словарь. 2001.

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