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Англо-русский строительный словарь - accident

 

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Перевод с английского языка accident на русский

accident

несчастный случай, авария, происшествие (на объекте)

due to the accident — по причине аварии

to prevent accident — предотвращать аварию

accident at workaccident of the groundaccident preventionconstruction accidentfatal accidenthuman factor accidentindustrial accidentoccupational accidenton-the-job accidentroof-fall accident

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  1) авария; повреждение2) поломка3) несчастный случай (с работающим)•criticality accidentdesign basis accidentoccupational accidentservodrive-related accidentsevere accident ...
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  noun  1) несчастный случай; катастрофа; авария to meet with an accident - потерпеть аварию, крушение; попасть в катастрофу fatal accident - несчастный случай со смертельным исходом industrial accident - несчастный случай на производстве accident insurance - страхование от несчастных случаев accident prevention - техника безопасности accident preventatives - средства безопасности she was involved in serious car accident last week - она попала в серьезную автокатастрофу на прошлой неделе  2) случай; случайность by accident - случайно, нечаянно by a lucky accident - по счастливой случайности accident measures mil. - меры предупреждения случайностей  3) astr.; geol. неровность поверхности, складка  4) logic случайное свойство accidents will happen (in the best regulated families) - в семье не без урода; скандал в благородном семействе ...
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  1. несчастный случай; катастрофа; авария railway accident —- железнодорожная катастрофа fatal accident —- несчастный случай со смертельным исходом industrial accident —- несчастный случай на производстве accident frequency rate —- ам. коэффициент промышленного травматизма accident hospital —- травматологическая больница accident insurance —- страхование от несчастных случаев accident prevention —- техника безопасности; предупреждение несчастных случаев accident preventatives —- техника безопасности to have an accident —- попасть в катастрофу, дорожно-транспортное происшествие; потерпеть аварию to get back without accident —- вернуться благополучно 2. случай, случайность pure accident —- чистая случайность accident measures —- воен. меры предупреждения случайностей by accident —- случайно, нечаянно we met by accident rather than by design —- мы встретились скорее случайно, чем преднамеренно nothing was left to accident —- все было предусмотрено, случайностям места не осталось 3. лог. случайное свойство; побочное обстоятельство 4. геогр. складка, неровность местности, рельефа 5. филос. акциденция, несущественное или неглавное качество предмета Id: accidents will happen in the best regulated families —- всякое бывает; скандал в благородном семействе ...
Новый большой англо-русский словарь
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  сущ. 1) несчастный случай; авария 2) случай, случайность • - accident control - accident free - accident policy - accident rate - accident risk - by accident - compensable accident - due to the accident - fatal accident - health and accident insurance - industrial accident - inevitable accident - noncompensable accident - nonfatal accident - occupational accident - on-the-job accident - out-the-job accident - traffic accident - unavoidable accident ACCIDENT 1) общ. несчастный случай; катастрофа, авария; крушение train accident — крушение поезда, железнодорожная катастрофа road traffic, car accident — автомобильная авария, автокатастрофа damage due to an accident — повреждение в аварии fatal accident — несчастный случай со смертельным исходом freak accident — нелепый невероятный случай See: accident and health insurance, accident at work, accident benefit, accident certificate, accident book, accident control, accident frequency rate, accident prevention, accident severity rate, accident-proneness, accident-prone worker, compensable accident, noncompensable accident, fatality 2) общ. случай, случайность by accident — непредумышленно, нечаянно, случайно 3) фил., мет. акциденция, несущественное неглавное качество предмета; случайный признак, случайное свойство (не закономерное) 4) т. вер. = chance event ...
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  1) авария; крушение 2) несчастный случай - ground accident - in-flight accident ...
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  1) авария 2) несчастный случай ...
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  несчастный случай; дорожно-транспортное происшествие складка, неровность (местности) accident at work construction accident electrical accident fatal accident major injury accident road accident serious accident skidding accident traffic accident work accident ...
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  1) происшествие 2) несчастный случай 3) авария; серьёзное повреждение 4) катастрофа accident on line — авария на линии - airport-related accident - blasting accident - cold-coolant accident - cold-sodium slug accident - cold-water accident - core heat-up accident - core-melt accident - crossing accident - design accident - design basis accident - dominant accident - double-ended loss-of-coolant accident - fatal accident - fatal flight accident - flight accident - hypothetical core disruptive accident - in-plant accident - large-break accident - loss-of-coolant accident - loss-of-flow accident - loss-or-off-site power accident - low-consequence accident - major accident - maximum credible accident - meltdown accident - minor accident - near-dominant accident - nonnuclear accident - nuclear accident - physically realizable potential accident - prompt-period accident - radiation accident - railway accident - reactivity-initiated accident - reactivity-insertion accident - rod drop accident - rod shoot-out accident - severe accident - small-break accident - traffic accident - train accident - unprotected accident ...
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   noun  Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin ~-, accidens nonessential quality, chance, from present participle of accidere to happen, from ad- + cadere to fall — more at chance  Date: 14th century  1.  a. an unforeseen and unplanned event or circumstance  b. lack of intention or necessity ; chance met by ~ rather than by design  2.  a. an unfortunate event resulting especially from carelessness or ignorance  b. an unexpected and medically important bodily event especially when injurious a cerebrovascular ~  c. an unexpected happening causing loss or injury which is not due to any fault or misconduct on the part of the person injured but for which legal relief may be sought  d. — used euphemistically to refer to an involuntary act or instance of urination or defecation  3. a nonessential property or quality of an entity or circumstance the ~ of nationality ...
Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary
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  (accidents) Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English. 1. An accident happens when a vehicle hits a person, an object, or another vehicle, causing injury or damage. She was involved in a serious car accident last week... Six passengers were killed in the accident. N-COUNT 2. If someone has an accident, something unpleasant happens to them that was not intended, sometimes causing injury or death. 5,000 people die every year because of accidents in the home... The police say the killing of the young man was an accident. N-COUNT 3. If something happens by accident, it happens completely by chance. She discovered the problem by accident... = chance N-VAR: usu by N ...
Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary
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  ~ n 1 by ~ in a way that is not planned or intended  (I met her quite by accident.) 2 a situation in which someone is injured or something is damaged without anyone intending them to be have an ~  (Ken's had an accident at work and he's had to go to hospital.) climbing/skiing/riding etc ~  (Five people have been killed in a climbing accident in Nepal.) 3 a crash involving cars, trains, planes etc car/automobile/traffic ~  (Her father's been involved in an automobile accident.) bad/serious/nasty ~  (A serious accident is blocking the southbound side of the M1.) 4 something that happens without anyone planning or intending it  (I'm really sorry about your camera - it was an accident.) a happy ~ (=a lucky or pleasant event or situation which happens without anyone planning it) a chapter of ~ (=a series of unfortunate events that happen without anyone planning them) an ~ of birth/nature/history etc (=an event or situation that happens without anyone planning it) 5 ~ will happen spoken used to comfort someone who feels responsible for something bad that has happened 6 have an ~ if a child has an accident, he or she urinates by mistake ...
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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  - c.1380, from O.Fr. accident, from L. accidentum (nom. accidens), prp. of accidere "happen, fall out," from ad- "to" + cadere "fall." Meaning grew from "something that happens, an event," to "something that happens by chance," then "mishap." ...
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