House

название организации 1) биржевой термин = London Stock Exchange 2) термин используемый в государственном управлении, употребляется в Великобритании = House of Commons 3) термин используемый в государственном управлении, употребляется в США = House of Representatives

Англо-русский словарь экономических терминов

House

1. имя существительное 1) общая лексика дом; жилище Смотри: , household 2) общеэкономический термин, юридический (правовой) термин компания, фирма, заведение, учреждение Смотри: acceptance house, accepting house, barter house, confirming house, coffee house, custom house, eating house, export finance house, export house, factoring house, finance house, fulfilment house, gaming house, list house, wholesale house, house manager 2), 3) 3) термин используемый в государственном управлении палата (парламента; обычно с прописной буквы) Синоним(ы): chamber Смотри: bicameral, House of Commons, House of Delegates, House of Lords, House of Representatives, house calendar 4) общеэкономический термин семья, домашнее хозяйство Синоним(ы): household Смотри: house husband, housewife, housekeeping 5) теория игр казино, игорный дом; множество игроков 6) театр; кинотеатр; зрители, публика; представление, сеанс Например: empty house — пустой зал full / packed house — аншлаг, полный зал opera house — здание оперного театра to play to a packed house — играть при полном зале Синоним(ы): theater Смотри: house manager 1) 2. имя прилагательное общеэкономический термин внутрифирменный, корпоративный, домашний (относящийся к своей организации) Смотри: house advertisement, house advertising, house journal, house maintenance requirements, house call, house shop, house style, house agency, house bill of lading, House Air Waybill 3. глагол общая лексика предоставлять жилище

Англо-русский словарь экономических терминов

House

1) дом || домашний 2) домик 3) американский вариант английского языка; употребляется в США жилое здание; жилой дом 4) помещение; отделение 5) устанавливать; запрессовывать (одну деталь в другую) 6) хранить, содержать 7) размещать

Англо-русский научно-технический словарь

House

1) дом 2) цех; мастерская 3) фирма; компания 4) размещать; помещать; заключать во что-либо; вставлять в корпус; сажать (деталь, узел) в гнездо 5) защищать, укрывать

Англо-русский политехнический словарь

House

Идиомы со словом "house": - a bawdy house - bow down in the house of Rimmon - bring down the house - build one's house upon a rock - build one's house upon the sand - burn one's house to get rid of the mice - clean house - a condemned house - count out the House - dress the house - eat somebody out of house and home - get on like a house on fire - God's house - go round the houses - a half-way house - a house divided against itself - house of call - a house of cards - the house that Jack built - keep a good house - keep house - keep one's house - keep open house - like a house on fire - make somebody free of one's house - name not a halter in his house that hanged himself - on the house - people who live in glass houses should not throw stones - a public house - put one's house in order - a rough house - the third House - throw the house out of the windows - treasure house - turn somebody out of house and home - the White House

Англо-русский фразеологический словарь

House

biographical name Edward Mandell 1858-1938 Colonel House American diplomat

Энциклопедический словарь Мерриама-Вебстера

House

I. noun (plural houses) Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English hous, from Old English hūs; akin to Old High German hūs house 1. a building that serves as living quarters for one or a few families ; home 2. a. (1) a shelter or refuge (as a nest or den) of a wild animal (2) a natural covering (as a test or shell) that encloses and protects an animal or a colony of zooids b. a building in which something is housed
Example: a carriage house 3. a. one of the 12 equal sectors in which the celestial sphere is divided in astrology b. a zodiacal sign that is the seat of a planet's greatest influence 4. a. household b. a family including ancestors, descendants, and kindred
Example: the house of Tudor 5. a. a residence for a religious community or for students b. the community or students in residence 6. a. a legislative, deliberative, or consultative assembly; especially one constituting a division of a bicameral body b. the building or chamber where such an assembly meets c. a quorum of such an assembly 7. a. a place of business or entertainment
Example: a movie house b. (1) a business organization
Example: a publishing house (2) a gambling establishment c. the audience in a theater or concert hall
Example: a full house on opening night 8. the circular area 12 feet in diameter surrounding the tee and within which a curling stone must rest in order to count 9. [from The Warehouse, Chicago dance club that pioneered the style] a type of dance music mixed by a disc jockey that features overdubbing with a heavy repetitive drumbeat and repeated electronic melody lines • houseful nounhouseless adjectivehouselessness noun II. verb (housed; housing) transitive verb 1. a. to provide with living quarters or shelter b. to store in a house 2. to encase, enclose, or shelter as if by putting in a house 3. to serve as a shelter or container for ; contain
Example: buildings that house government offices intransitive verb to take shelter ; lodge

Энциклопедический словарь Мерриама-Вебстера