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 Translation for 'astronomical clock' from English to Russian
NOUN   an astronomical clock | astronomical clocks
часы
астрономические часы {мн}
astronomical clock {sg}
Partial Matches
астрон.
астрономическая спектроскопия {ж}
astronomical spectroscopy
астрон.
астрономический {adj} [тж. перен.]
astronomical [also fig.]
часы {мн} [напр., настольные, стенные, но не наручные]clock {sg}
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часы
будильник {м}
alarm clock
завести будильникto set alarm clock
часы
атомные часы {мн}
atomic clock {sg}
часы {мн} с цифровым таблоdigital clock {sg}
часы {мн} с кукушкойcuckoo clock {sg}
цифровые часы {мн}digital clock {sg}
часы
настенные часы {мн}
(wall) clock {sg}
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Usage Examples English
  • The Temple of Hops and Beer is a tourist complex with several attractions, including a lookout tower and a small astronomical clock.
  • Inside there is an astronomical clock erected in 1472 by Hans Düringer.
  • Notable features of the interior include the misericords, the minstrels' gallery, the astronomical clock and the organ.
  • One of the oldest clocks in the collection is an astronomical clock of 1588 by Francis Nowe.
  • Its astronomical clock dates from the Renaissance and the mechanism dated 1492 is a masterpiece in itself.

  • He initially believed that it was an astronomical clock, but most scholars considered the device to be prochronistic, too complex to have been constructed during the same period as the other pieces that had been discovered.
  • The astronomical clock was installed in the North Transept of York Minster in 1955.
  • in which he declares that the globes were rotated on the top of an astronomical clock made for Charles V by Juanelo Turriano (Janellus).
  • Inventions such as the hydro-mechanical astronomical clock, the first continuous and endless power-transmitting chain, woodblock printing and paper money were all invented during the Song dynasty.
  • high, adorned with an astronomical clock in an uncommon Socialist Realist style.

  • Determining longitude reasonably accurately on land was, from the 17th century onwards, was possible using the Galilean moons of Jupiter as an astronomical 'clock'.
  • The "Gros Horloge" is an astronomical clock dating back to the 14th century. It is located in the "Gros Horloge" street.
  • Tycho is buried in the Church of Our Lady before Týn, in Old Town Square near the Prague Astronomical Clock.
  • The rhyme is thought to have been based on the astronomical clock at Exeter Cathedral. The clock has a small hole in the door below the face for the resident cat to hunt mice.
  • The first European clock to employ these complex gears was the astronomical clock created by Giovanni de Dondi in c.

  • 608 (North Riding) Squadron's Standard, which was approved by the Queen and bears their battle honours, can be seen housed in York Minster under the Astronomical Clock where it was laid-up on 14 November 1959.
  • The south transept (bell tower) houses the Ottery St Mary Astronomical Clock, one of the oldest surviving mechanical clocks in the country.
  • According to Polhem's autobiography, the event that marked the beginning of his career was the successful repair of the unfinished medieval (16th century) astronomical clock designed by Petrus Astronomus at Uppsala Cathedral, which had remained unfinished and broken for more than a century.
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