importance


importance
[ɪm'pɔːt(ə)ns]
n
важность, значительность, значимость, ответственность

We attached no importance to his words. — Мы не придали его словам значения.

Don't put so much importance to this matter. — Не придавайте этому так много значения.

See that the proper importance is given to it. — Проследите за тем, чтобы этому было придано должное значение. /Проследите за тем, чтобы к этому отнеслись с должным вниманием.

- importance of smth
- importance of the matter cannot be overestimated
- event of importance
- question of importance
- problem of importance
- matter of utmost highest importance
- person of great importance
- family of some importance
- people of some importance
- man of little importance
- point of grave importance
- prodject of local importance
- town of secondary importance
- detail without importance
- nothing of importance resulted from the meeting
- no trade of any importance
- attach importance to numbers
- be of political importance
- be of military importance
- acquire considerable importance
- lend additional importance to the statement
- complete with one another in commercial importance
- do smth with apparent importance
- be of world importance
- give oneself an air of bustling importance
- stress the relative importance of the place
- exaggerate the importance of the event
- assume importance
- measure smb's importance by smb's income
- grow in importance
USAGE:
(1.) Русским словосочетаниям "иметь (не иметь) значение, быть важным (не важным)" в английском языке соответствуют обороты to be of (no) importance: I did not know it was of such importance я не знал, что это так важно. Существительное importance усиливается прилагательными great, highest, little: we attached little importance to his words мы не придали его словам большого значения. Русское предложение "это не важно" также может быть передано глагол to matter или словосочетанием to make difference: If doesn't matter. It makes no difference. (2.) See easy, adj; USAGE (1.). (3.) See absolutely, adv

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

Смотреть что такое "importance" в других словарях:

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