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 Translation for 'caprice' from English to Russian
NOUN   a caprice | caprices
SYNO caprice | impulse | whim
каприз {м}caprice
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Translation for 'caprice' from English to Russian

caprice
каприз {м}
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Usage Examples English
  • "can produce an infinite variety of wines suitable to every constitution and to every caprice of taste".
  • Caprice No. 16 in G Minor is one of Niccolò Paganini's 24 Caprices.
  • either an Indian phrase "mega, pi-meguke," which means a place without trees or a wide plain, or derived from "maggot", which in older English usage meant a fantastic notion or a caprice.
  • Some theologians have associated fasiq-related behaviour to "ahl al-hawa" (people of caprice).
  • Already branded by their clothing as unbelievers, they furthermore became objects of scorn and violent despotic caprice from which there was no escape.

  • In 1924, Wilson wrote a lyric set to music by her aunt, Jacqueline Hoyt, to be introduced to a convention of dancing masters in New York, in the hope that a brand new dance step would evolve, based on an old triplet caprice.
  • "Pardonne-moi ce caprice d'enfant" (English translation: "Forgive me that childish vagary") is a song by French singer Mireille Mathieu, which was a summer hit in 1970.
  • With more exciting topics such as sex being discussed, a violin caprice by Niccolò Paganini is played.
  • So what an evil mount upon which my soul has mounted – its caprice!
  • This caprice ends in D major.

  • Following Cayeux's appointment to the Borne government, more than 100 French public figures signed an open letter denouncing her opposition to a 2013 law for same-sex marriage and adoption which Cayeux had called a "caprice" and "plan that goes against nature".
  • The libretto by Christian Felix Weiße was based on the opéra comique text "La caprice amoureux, ou Ninette à la cour" by Charles Simon Favart.
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