SHEEP

SHEEP
• Bleating sheep loses her bit (A) - Язык мой - враг мой (Я)
• Every family has a black sheep - В семье не без урода (B)
• Every hand fleeces where the sheep goes naked - Павшее дерево рубят на дрова (П)
• If a sheep loops a dyke, all the rest will follow - Куда один баран, туда и все стадо (K)
• If one sheep has left the fold, the rest will follow - Куда один баран, туда и все стадо (K)
• If one sheep leaps over the ditch, all the rest will follow - Куда ни кинь, все клин (K)
• Lazy sheep thinks its wool heavy (A) - Для ленивой лошади и дуга в тягость (Д)
• Let every sheep hang by its own shank - Живи всяк своим умом да своим горбом (Ж)
• Make yourself a sheep and the wolves will eat you - Смирную собаку и кочет побьет (C)
• One black sheep will mar a whole flock - Одна паршивая овца все стадо портит (O)
• One scabbed sheep infects the whole flock - Одна паршивая овца все стадо портит (O)
• One scabbed sheep will mar a flock - Одна паршивая овца все стадо портит (O)
• One sickly sheep infects the flock - Одна паршивая овца все стадо портит (O)
• Sheep that bleats loses a mouthful (The) - Язык мой - враг мой (Я)
• There is a black sheep in every flock - В семье не без урода (B)
• There's a black sheep in every family - В семье не без урода (B)
• When one sheep leads the way, the rest follow - Куда один баран, туда и все стадо (K)

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  • Sheep — Sheep, n. sing. & pl. [OE. shep, scheep, AS. sc?p, sce[ a]p; akin to OFries. sk?p, LG. & D. schaap, G. schaf, OHG. sc[=a]f, Skr. ch[=a]ga. [root]295. Cf. {Sheepherd}.] 1. (Zo[ o]l.) Any one of several species of ruminants of the genus {Ovis},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sheep — W3S2 [ʃi:p] n plural sheep [: Old English; Origin: sceap] 1.) a farm animal that is kept for its wool and its meat ▪ Sheep were grazing on the hillside. ▪ a sheep farmer flock of sheep (=a group of sheep) →↑lamb1 …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sheep — sheep·berry; sheep; sheep·cote; sheep·faced; sheep·ish; sheep·less; sheep·man; sheep·cot; sheep·faced·ly; sheep·faced·ness; sheep·ish·ly; sheep·ish·ness; …   English syllables

  • sheep — [ ʃip ] (plural sheep) noun count ** 1. ) an animal kept by farmers for its wool or meat. The male sheep is called a ram and the female is a ewe. A young sheep is called a lamb. Meat from a young sheep is called lamb and from an older sheep is… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • sheep — [shēp] n. pl. sheep [ME schep < OE sceap, scæp, akin to Ger schaf: known only in WGmc] 1. any of a wide variety of bovid ruminants, with horns in both sexes; esp., the domesticated sheep (Ovis aries), having heavy wool, edible flesh called… …   English World dictionary

  • Sheep — Chanson par Pink Floyd extrait de l’album Animals Pays  Royaume Uni Sortie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • sheep — (n.) O.E. sceap, scep, from W.Gmc. *skæpan (Cf. O.S. scap, O.Fris. skep, M.L.G. schap, M.Du. scaep, Du. schaap, O.H.G. scaf, Ger. Schaf), of unknown origin. Not found in Scandinavian or Gothic, and with no known cognates outside Germanic. The… …   Etymology dictionary

  • sheep|y — «SHEE pee», adjective, sheep|i|er, sheep|i|est. characteristic of or resembling sheep; sheeplike; sheepish: »He called the social English the most sheepy of sheep (Geo …   Useful english dictionary

  • sheep — ► NOUN (pl. same) 1) a domesticated ruminant mammal with a thick woolly coat, kept in flocks for its wool or meat. 2) a person who is too easily influenced or led. 3) a member of a minister s congregation. ● make sheep s eyes at Cf. ↑make sheep s …   English terms dictionary

  • Sheep —    SHEEP, an isle, in the parish of Southend, county of Argyll. This is a small island, lying southward of the peninsula of Cantyre, and close to the island of Sanda. It is well calculated for the pasturage of a small number of sheep, from which… …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

  • SHEEP —    Sheep and goats, which had been reared since the Neolithic in central Italy, continued to form an important component of the agricultural system together with cattle and pigs …   Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans

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