Translation for 'dexterity' from English to Russian
NOUN   dexterity | -
SYNO dexterity | manual dexterity | sleight
сноровка {ж}dexterity
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Translation for 'dexterity' from English to Russian

сноровка {ж}
Usage Examples English
  • There are a few different options on the market that can make flossing easier if dexterity or coordination is a barrier, or as a preference over normal floss.
  • These ten villages are symbolically explained as the ten fingers of the human hands. This signifies an evolved dexterity and is why the Ahiara Slogan is "Decent Dexterity".
  • If shooting according to hand dexterity, the archer draws the string with the hand that possesses the greatest dexterity, regardless of eye dominance.
  • A craft is an occupation or trade requiring manual dexterity or artistic skill.
  • The drug that Percy van Norton took gave him superhuman strength, dexterity, stamina, and durability.

  • In some radio stations (mainly news), the announcers must have special skill, dexterity and agility when transmitting information.
  • "Polarity" is a board game that requires strategic thinking and dexterity to control hovering magnetic discs.
  • Lead loaded gloves are often used in conjunction with tongs as they offer better dexterity and can be used in low radiation environments (such as hot cells used in hospital nuclear medicine labs).
  • Individuals with limited or no dexterity may experience difficulty in manipulating certain fastenings, such as buttons and zippers.
  • This work involved some highly innovative techniques of his own invention, requiring considerable manipulative dexterity in handling power series (whose coefficients count appropriate kinds of graphs) and the functions arising as their sums, as well as geometrical dexterity in extracting these power series from the graph-theoretic situation.

  • Depending on dexterity, surprising glissando effects like on the Tabla are possible.
  • Thumb twiddling can be used as a simple test for manual dexterity.
  • Most ash guards are fingerless, in order not to reduce dexterity, but new gloves like the Mycro Long Finger Glove are designed to protect the proximal phalanges without affecting dexterity.
  • The Purdue Pegboard Test is a psychomotor test of manual dexterity and bimanual coordination.
  • He did so with extraordinary vocal agility, dexterity, and a humble spirit that endeared him to audiences throughout Europe.

  • Fine motor skill (or dexterity) is the coordination of small muscles in movement with the eyes, hands and fingers.
  • The craft of shingle making demanded a high skill level and considerable manual dexterity.
  • Coordination, finesse, or other physical skills are necessary. Also known as dexterity games.
  • Structural gloves tend to be the last piece of protective equipment to be donned; usually because the free dexterity of the fingers is required to perform functions such as properly placing an SCBA mask on and accurately tightening a helmet strap.
  • ("dexterity") in the second half of the 16th century, based on the theories of Jerónimo Sánchez de Carranza in his work [...] ("The Philosophy of Arms and of their Dexterity and of Aggression and the Christian Defence"), published in 1569.

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