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 Translation for 'Tipping the Velvet' from English to Russian
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Бархатные коготки [Сара Уотерс]
Tipping the Velvet [Sarah Waters]
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горное
опрокидная вагонетка {ж}
tipping wagon
текстиль
бархат {м}
velvet
одеж.
бархатное платье {с}
velvet dress
библ.религ.
Апокалипсис {м}
the Apocalypse
геол.
докембрий {м}
the Precambrian
окружающая среда {ж}the environment
геогр.
Зальцкаммергут {м}
(the) Salzkammergut
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Смурфики
The Smurfs
усопший {м} [книжн.]the deceased
журн.
печать {ж} [пресса]
(the) press
прошлое {с}the past
геогр.
Гималаи {мн}
the Himalaya
тот же (самый) {pron}the same
религ.
Рождество {с} Христово [само рождение]
the Nativity
в {prep} [+prep.]in the
геогр.
Сахара {ж}
the Sahara
справа {adv}to the right
геогр.
Гаага {ж}
The Hague
геогр.
Бронкс {м}
the Bronx
потусторонний мир {м}(the) beyond
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Usage Examples English
  • Jim McManus (born 19 May 1940, in Bristol) is a British actor, who has starred in various television, stage and film roles, including "Tipping the Velvet", "Lawless Heart" and "Only Fools and Horses".
  • The two had previously worked together on "Spooks" (MI:5), "Tipping the Velvet" and "Cambridge Spies".
  • She is best known for her novels set in Victorian society and featuring lesbian protagonists, such as "Tipping the Velvet" and "Fingersmith".
  • Witanhurst has been used on several occasions as a filming location by various production companies including the BBC, to shoot films and television programmes such as "The Lost Prince", "Tipping the Velvet", and "Fame Academy".
  • The adaptation was written by Andrew Davies, who Sax worked with again the following year when he directed Davies' adaptation of Sarah Waters' novel "Tipping the Velvet" for Sally Head Productions and BBC Two.

  • Her next notable role was Nan Astley in the 2002 BBC drama series "Tipping the Velvet".
  • Sarah Waters has won three awards in the Lesbian Fiction category, for "Tipping the Velvet" (2000), "Fingersmith" (2002), and "The Night Watch" in (2007), and is one of only three writers to have won the Lesbian Fiction award more than once (with two-time winners Dorothy Allison and Achy Obejas).
  • Whitstable is the hometown of the narrator, Nancy Astley, in Sarah Waters' 1998 novel "Tipping the Velvet".
  • "Tipping the Velvet" (1998) is a historical novel by Sarah Waters; it is her debut novel.
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