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Glossary of Despereaux2

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squiggle
And these squiggles. They are very tasty.
speculation
But Despereaux's existence was cause for much speculation in the mouse community.
obscene, obscenely
They are obscenely large ears.

Зохисгүй, ёс журамгүй

intent, track down, crumb
He was not intent on tracking down every crumb.
moulding

He had, like a good mouse, disappeared into a hole in the moulding.
tremble, indignant
-My legs were trembling with fear

-A piece of paper trembled at the end of one of her indignant whiskers.

relish
to get great pleasure from sth; to want to do and have sth

-"Once upon a time", He said aloud, relishing the sound.

fate
Things, especially bad things, that will happen or have happened to sb/sth
-The court will decide our fat/fats
-Each of managers suffered the same fate.

indulge, adhere
to allow yourself to have or do sth that you like,

-They went into town to indulge in some serious shopping.

-While Despereaux did not indulge in many of the normal behaviors of mice,
He did adhere to one of the most basic and elemental of all mice rules.




reveal, under circumstances
Do not ever, under any circumstances, reveal yourself to humans.
squint, nearsighted
The King stopped singing. He squinted. The King was nearsighted.
topsy-turvy
эмх замбараагүй байдал, эх толгойгүй явдал, сандаах, үймүүлж хаях, замбарааг нь алдуулах
wrong-headed
төөрөгдөлдөө хэт итгэсэн, алдаатай

-Wrong-headed world if a king played music for a bug?”

strum, stardust
The King strummed the guitar and started to sing a song about stardust

сансрын тоос, мөрөөдөмтгий чанар, дэврүүн сэтгэл

captivate, captivating
The song was as sweet as light shinning through stained-glass windows, as captivating as the story in a book.
adoringly
биширч хайрлан
As Despereaux looked up at her adoringly.
nuts, goner
He is nuts! He is a goner!

галзуу, солиотой, ухаан мэдрэлгүй

өнгөрсөн/ дүүрсэн толгой (хүн), нэгэнт бүтэлгүй болсон юм.



blame
Why must it always be I who takes the blame?

1. ял, зэмлэл. 2. гэм зэм, гэм буруу. v. яллах, зэмлэх, буруутгах

furiously, pile, uncover, thimble
He pushed past her and dug furiously through a pile of paper scraps, until he uncovered a thimble with a piece of leather stretched across its open end.
staccato
One long beat with his tail, two staccato beats with his paws.
pulse, pound
He laid his tail against the Pea's wrist to steady himself and he felt the princess's pulse, the pounding of her heart, and his own heart immediately took up the rhythm of hers.
scat
The King looked at Despereaux.
"Scat" he said.

v. гүйх, зугтах, джаз үглэл дуу тоглох, хар хурдаараа гүйх


stamp
He stamped his foot. "Scat" He shouted.
hold out
сунгах, хадгалах хэвээр байлгах, сарвайх,

Despereaux held out his handkerchief to the princess.

indisputable
We know this to be an indisputable fact.

1.adj. маргаангүй, маргашгүй. indisputably adv. маргаангүй

consort with
v. ~ with sb/together хамт нийлэх.

A mouse who consort with humans,

fervent
халуун,үнэн сэтгэлийн,ааг омогтой,омголон,оргилуун
-She prayed fervently for his complete recovery
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obviously, assume
But obviously,We can assume nothing.

adv. 1. мэдээж, тодорхой, харваас, гарцаагүй, ойлгомжтой 2. хэтэрхий ил тод

v. 1. таамаглах, тааварлах, тийм байх гэх. 2. ажил үүрэг, эрх мэдлийг гартаа авах. 3. маяглах, дүр үзүүлэх, ихэрхэх. assumed adj. хуурамч.



reign
-He reigned for many years
-Silence reigned in the room.
хаан суух,ноёрхох,хаант засаг,засгийн эрх,ноёрхол,хаанчлал

renounce
v. 1. -аас татгалзах. 2. хаях, болих, гарах.

-The Prince has refused to renounce his right to the throne.
-He has formally renounced his claim to the throne


77.rumor, egregious
-First, We will give you a chance do defend yourself against these rumors of you egregious acts.

1.цуу үг,сул үг,цуурхал
2.зартай,цадигаа алдсан,жигшмээр,зэвүү хүрмээр


79.sacred
-“Do you, Despereaux Tilling, understand the sacred, never-to-be-broken rules of conduct for being a mouse?”
adj. 1. ариун, нандин. 2. зориулсан. A monument ~ to the memory of Newton. Ньютоны дурсгалд зориулсан хөшөө. 3. хөндөшгүй, халдашгүй.
80.raise, rise, arise
He raised his voice.
-rise / raiseVerbs Raise is a verb that must have an object and rise is used without an object. When you raise something, you lift it to a higher position or increase it: He raised his head from the pillow. ◇ We were forced to raise the price. When people or things rise, they move from a lower to a higher position: She rose from the chair. ◇ The helicopter rose into the air. Rise can also mean ‘to increase in number or quantity’: Costs are always rising.Nouns The noun rise means a movement upwards or an increase in an amount or quantity: a rise in interest rates. In BrE it can also be used to mean an increase in pay: Should I ask my boss for a rise? In NAmE this is a raise: a three per cent pay raise. Rise can also mean the process of becoming more powerful or important: his dramatic rise to power.
83.repent
-She had repented of what she had done.
-He came to repent his hasty decision.(=wished he had not taken it.)
v. харамсах, харуусах, гэмших. repentance [ri'pent…ns] n. гэмшил, харуусал. repentant [ri'pent…nt] adj. гэмшсэн, харууссан.

84.defiance
-He admired his own defiance. And then, reader, he fainted.

defiance = n. эсэргүүцэл. In the act of ~ they continued to play their music loud. Тэд эсэргүүцэл илэрхийлж хөгжмөө үргэлжлүүлэн чанга тоглов.

86.ominous
-Things looked ominous for Susan.

Together, Lester and the drum produced an ominous sound that went something like this: Boom-boom-boom-tat. Boom-boom-boom-tat.

88. murmur
-“The thread, the thread, the thread,” murmured the mice.
n. 1. дүнгэнээн. 2. шивнээ. 3. med. зүрхний шуугиан. 4. дургүйцэл. v. 1. дүнгэнэх, хүнгэнэх. 2. шивнэх. 3. дургүйцэх.
90.unwound, ominous
-While Despereaux watched, the threadmaster unwound a length of red thread from the spool and tied a loop.

хөвөх,задрах,задлах

91.courtly, courtesy, devotion
-You love her with a courtly love, a love that is based on bravery and courtesy and honor and devotion.

courtly = гоёмсог,тансаг,зусарч,бялдууч,найрсаг,эелдэг,ёсорхуу
courtesy = эелдэг,хүндэтгэл,эелдэг ааш,найрсаг зан
devotion = хайр халамж,зүтгэл,үнэнч байх,дотно байх,хайртай байх,сүсэг бишрэлтэй байх



92.approval
-A roar of approval went up from the crowd.
n. 1. сайшаал. 2. зөвшөөрөх, батлах.
93.retreat
-The threadmaster retreated.
-They army was forced to retreat after suffering heavy losses.

v. 1. ухрах. 2. олны нүднээс далд орох, нуугдах. 3. багасах, (ус) татрах. n. 1. ухралт. 2. ухрах дохио. 3. нам гүм газар. 4. мөргөл/ бясалгал үйлдэж ганцаар байх.


94.perch, burly, slit
-And as Despereaux stood before them with the red thread around his neck and the fourteen members of the Mouse Council perched on the bricks above him, two burly mice came forward. Black pieces of cloth covered their heads. There were slits for their eyes.

burly = adj. (-ier, -iest) бадриун, чийрэг, биерхүү.

slit = n. нарийхан завсар, онгорхой, оноо. v. (-tt-; slit) огтлох, зүсэх, зүсэж онгойлгох. ~ sb's throat хоолойгий нь тас огтлох.



95.escort
“We,” said the bigger of the two mice, “will escort you to the dungeon.”

escort = n. харуул, хамгаалалт. v. ~ sb (to sth) хамгаалах, дагалдах, бараа болох.

98.execute, flawless, swoon
-But his mother, who had an excellent sense of dramatic timing, beat him to it; she executed a beautiful, flawless swoon, landing right at Despereaux’s feet.

flawless = өө сэвгүй, гэмтэлгүй, согоггүй

swoon = v. ухаан балартаж унах, муужрах, ухаан алдах.



100.chant
-The mice began again to chant: “To the dungeon. To the dungeon. To the dungeon.” The drumbeat continued.
n. дуулал. v. дуулах, магтан дуулах.
101.lead away
-Despereaux was led away.
v. 1. дагуулан явах, өөртөө татах 2. спорт. анхаарлыг нь сарниулах (өрсөлдөгчийнхөө)
102.farewell
-a farewell party
inter. аян замдаа сайн яваарайЗ баяртайЗ n. салах ёс гүйцэтгэх, үдэх, гаргаж өгөх.
103.marble, drape
-The three mice traveled across marble floors and under heavy velvet drapes.

marble = n. 1. гантиг. 2. өнгөт шүр, бөмбөлөг.
drape = v. 1. бөс даавуугаар ороох. 2. сул унжуулах.


104. shade
-They moved through warm patches of sunlight and dark pools of shade.

shade = сүүдэр, халхлах,хамгаалах, сүүдэр халхавч, харлуулах, харанхуй, бүрэнхий

105.unbearable
-That he would not be able to let the princess know what had become of him seemed suddenly unbearable to the mouse.

bearable = тэсмээр,хүлцмээр
unbearable = adj. тэвчишгүй, дааж тэсвэрлэшгүй. ~ pain тэсэхийн аргагүй өвчин. unbearably [-…bli] adv. хүлцэшгүй, тэвчишгүй. ~ selfish хүлцэшгүй хувиа хичээгч.


106.frustration
-He stopped and stamped a paw on the floor in frustration.
v. 1. хясах, боох, саад болох. 2. гонсойлгох, мохоох, гутраах. frustrated adj. ~ (at/ with sth) гонсгор, урамгүй, санаанд хүрэхгүй. frustrating adj. харамсалтай, гомдмоор, урамгүй. frustratingly adv. frustration [fr)'streiЗn] n. гонсгор байдал.
108.perfidy, treachery
-He was punished for his treacheries.
-His father saw his behavior as an act of treachery.

perfidy = n. урвах, итгэлийг эвдэх, тангараг няцах. perfidious [p…'fidi…s] adj. ~ (to/ towards sb) итгэл алдуулсан, урвагч, итгэл эвдсэн.


109.appropriate
-We must make sure that appropriate action is taken.
-He was accused of appropriating club funds.
-Five millions dollars have been appropriated for research into the disease.

adj. тохирсон, нийцсэн. v. 1. ашиглах, завших. 2. санхүүжүүлэх, хөрөнгө оруулах. appropriately adv.



110.approach
-We heard the sound of on approaching car/ a car approaching.
-She approached the bank for a loan.
-Few writers approach his richness of language.
-“Perfidy” was certainly the word that was in Despereaux’s mind as the mice finally approached the narrow, steep stairs that led to the black hole of the dungeon.
v. 1. ойртох, дөхөх. 2. хандах, гуйх. n. 1. арга, зам. 2. ойртох, болох, дөхөх. 3. зам, харгуй, орц г. м. approachable adj. 1. нөхөрсөг, яриа, халдацтай. 2. очиж/ хүрч болмоор.



111.steep
-
adj. 1. эгц. 2. өндөр, өгсүүр. 3. огцом. a ~ increase in prices үнэ огцом өсөх. 4. дэндүү, хэтэрхий (үнэтэй). v. steep sb/ oneself in sth нэвтэрхий блгох/ болох, нэвтэрхий мэдэх. steep sth in sth дүрэх, дэвтээх. steepen ['sti:p…n] v. улам эгц/ өгсүүр болох.
112.abyss
-The Country is stepping back from the edge of an abyss.

-They stood, the three mice, two with hoods and one without, and contemplated the abyss before them.
n. гүн хавцал, ёроолгүй ангал.


113.implication
-“Wearing the red thread of death” was a terrible phrase, but the mouse didn’t have long to consider its implications, because he was suddenly pushed from behind by the hooded mice.

n. 1. хамтран оролцсон/ хамаатай байдал. 2. далд утга. 3. утга санаа.

114.tumble
-As he tumbled, whisker over tail, through the darkness, there were only two words in his mind. One was “perfidy.” And the other word that he clung to was “Pea.”
v. 1. унах, ойчих. 2. бөмбөрөх, өнхрөх. 3. хөрвөх, хөрвөөх, тонгочих. 4. үймүүлэх, замбараагүй болгох. 5. нухах. tumble down нурж унах. tumble to sth байдлыг ойлгох, далд санааг ухах. n. 1. унах, ойчих, нурах. 2. хайш яйш, эмх замбараагүй байх.
115.descend
-Perfidy. Pea. Perfidy. Pea. These were the words that pinwheeled through Despereaux’s mind as his body descended into the darkness.

буух,уламжлах,буурах,доошлох,гарах,үүсэх,үе амжих,өвлөх

116.encompass
-Despereaux had never before encountered darkness so awful, so all-encompassing.

v. 1. хүрээлэх, бүслэх. 2. хэд хэдэн зүйлээс бүтэх/ бүрдэх, агуулах, багтаах.

118.truly
-He could not see it, and he had the truly alarming thought that perhaps he, Despereaux Tilling, did not even exist.

adv. 1. яг, нарийн. 2. зөв жинхэнэ, үнэн. Tell me ~. Надад үнэнээр нь хэл. 3. чин сэтгэлээс.

119.sputter
-And the match was held to a candle and the candle sputtered to life and Despereaux saw that there was a rope tied around the man’s ankle.

шарчигнах, шажигнах, шар шар хийх, бувтнах, шүлс үсэргэх

120.beleguer, beleaguer
-Despereaux felt his beleaguered heart start up a crazy rhythm of fear.
v. 1. бүслэх, хүрээлэх, бүслэн ороох 2. зовоох, шаналгах

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