simple loose clothes worn by soldiers EX: they were in mismatched battle fatigues
if you have someone in tow, they are following you because you are taking them somewhere
to demarcate (form)
to decide the limits of something, especially the borders of an area
talking a lot esp about unimportant things (talkative) N – garrulousness, garrulity
the materials and equipment of an organization, esp of a military force
to start to exist; to appear or become known; to come out of a dark hidden place EX: we’re seeing a different Russia emerging
“The White Guard” by Bulgakov
expressing a lot of emotion (speech, defence, plea for help)
to be in/out of tune with
to be/not be in agreement with sb/sth; have/not have the same opinion, feelings, interests etc as sb/sth EX: He was in tune with current political issues. The peaceful setting was in tune with his mood.
to berate someone for (doing) sth
to talk to someone in an angry way because they have done something wrong (бранить, поносить, разносить)
wanting to have one's own way regardless of the wishes or good of others; capricious, unpredictable, difficult to control (своенравный, капризный, непокорный, своевольный)
very enthusiastic and sincere, especially about something you believe in or support EX: I have always been one of his most fervent admirers.
EX: I would like to express my fervent hope for your success.
to make someone in authority lose their power EX: A civil war might topple the government.
too important or respected to be attacked, criticized, or ignored (inviolability – неприкосновенность, нерушимость, незыблемость)
to encroach on/ upon
to gradually take something such as power or authority from someone else EX: The federal government is encroaching on a state issue.
to gradually reduce the amount of time that someone has available to do what they want to do EX: I didn't want work to encroach any more on my spare time.