VICIOUS - порочный

Definition of vicious

vi·cious adj \ˈvi-shəs\

1: having the nature or quality of vice or immorality : depraved — (see 1vice)

2: defective, faulty; also : invalid



RESOLVE - решение
re·solve verb
\ri-ˈzälv, -ˈzȯlv also -ˈzäv or -ˈzȯv\
re·solvedre·solv·ing



Definition of RESOLVE
transitive verb
1 obsolete : dissolve, melt
2 a : break up, separate <the prism resolved the light into a play of color>; also : to change by disintegration
b : to reduce by analysis <resolve the problem into simple elements>
c : to distinguish between or make independently visible adjacent parts of
d : to separate (a racemic compound or mixture) into the two components
3 : to cause resolution of (a pathological state)
4 a : to deal with successfully : clear up <resolve doubts> <resolve a dispute>
b : to find an answer to
c : to make clear or understandable
d : to find a mathematical solution of
e : to split up (as a vector) into two or more components especially in assigned directions



CONFIDENT - уверен


con·fi·dent adj \ˈkän-fə-dənt, -ˌdent\
Definition of CONFIDENT
1: full of conviction : certain <confident of success> <confident that conditions will improve>
2: having or showing assurance and self-reliance <a confident young businessman> <a confident manner>
3 obsolete : trustful, confiding
— con·fi·dent·ly adverb


DEFEAT - поражение

de·feat verb \di-ˈfēt, dē-\


Definition of DEFEAT
transitive verb
1 obsolete : destroy
2a : nullify <defeat an estate>
b : frustrate 2a(1) <defeat a hope>
3 : to win victory over : beat <defeat the opposing team>
— de·feat·able adjective

OVERCOME - преодолеть
over·come verb \ˌō-vər-ˈkəm\
over·cameover·comeover·com·ing
Definition of OVERCOME
transitive verb
1: to get the better of : surmount <overcome difficulties>
2: overwhelm


SUCCESFULL - успешный
suc·cess·ful adj \-fəl\


Definition of SUCCESSFUL

1: resulting or terminating in success <a successful attempt>
2: gaining or having gained success <a successful investor>
— suc·cess·ful·ly adverb
— suc·cess·ful·ness noun

ALLOW - допускается
al·low verb \ə-ˈlau̇\
Definition of ALLOW
transitive verb
1a : to assign as a share or suitable amount (as of time or money) <allow an hour for lunch>
b : to reckon as a deduction or an addition <allow a gallon for leakage>
2a chiefly Southern & Midland : to be of the opinion : think
b dialect : say, state
c : to express an opinion —usually used with as how or that
3chiefly Southern & Midland : intend, plan
4: admit, concede <must allow that money causes problems in marriage>
5a : permit <doesn't allow people to smoke in his home>
b : to forbear or neglect to restrain or prevent <allow the dog to roam>

OVERCOME - преодолеть
over·come verb \ˌō-vər-ˈkəm\
over·cameover·comeover·com·ing
Definition of OVERCOME
transitive verb
1: to get the better of : surmount <overcome difficulties>
2: overwhelm


CALM - спокойствие
calm noun \ˈkäm, ˈkälm, ˈkam, ˈkȯ(l)m\
Definition of CALM
1a : a period or condition of freedom from storms, high winds, or rough activity of water
b : complete absence of wind or presence of wind having a speed no greater than one mile (1.6 kilometers) per hour — see beaufort scale table
2: a state of tranquillity