Translation for 'far from' from English to Russian
далеко от {adv}far from
Partial Matches
далеко {adv}far
дальний {adj}far
далекоидущий {adj}far-reaching
до сих порso far
unverified допрыгнутьto jump so far
от {prep}from
с {prep} [+gen.]from
unverified происходитьto come from
освободить от [+gen.] [избавить от чего-л.] [сов.]to exempt from
отрывать от [+gen.] [отнимать, отстранять] [несов.]to tear from
выйти из [+gen.] [произойти] [сов.]to originate from
страдать от [+gen.] [несов.]to suffer from
от ... до [+gen.]from ... to
изнутри {adv}from within
unverified с са́мого нача́ла {adv}from the outset
друг о друге {adv}from each other
извлекать пользу из [+gen.] [несов.]to derive benefit from
испокон веков {adv}from time immemorial
занимать у кого-л. [несов.]to borrow from sb.
ожидать (от) [несов.]to expect (of, from)
21 translations
To translate another word just start typing!

Usage Examples English
  • Wheat, the grain used to bake bread back in England, was almost impossible to grow, and imports of wheat were far from cost productive.
  • In an effort to replace the aging Georgia Dome and potentially host a future Super Bowl, team owner Arthur Blank proposed a deal with the city of Atlanta to build a new state-of-the-art stadium not far from where the Georgia Dome is located.
  • However it is far from certain that the Lombard takeover occurred during those years, as very little is known of Faroald and Zotto's respective rises to power in Spoletium (Spoleto) and Beneventum (Benevento).
  • The site known as the Tomb of Abner is located not far from the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron and receives visitors throughout the year.
  • ... cameras, scanners) are often very far from the characteristics of the receptors in the human eye.

  • Roger Taylor, the drummer from the band Queen was also raised in the county, and currently lives not far from Falmouth.
  • nearby Ramenskoye, not far from Moscow. The name and type locality were defined by Sergei Nikitin in 1890.
  • and Christian ethical messages, although current scholarly research is still far from clear exactly why and how the work became so vastly popular in the Middle Ages.
  • Not far from the Little Mermaid, the old Citadel ("Kastellet") can be seen.
  • Other than that, Antigua and Barbuda's biggest islands are Guiana Island and Long Island off the coast of Antigua, and Redonda island, which is far from both of the main islands.

  • The principle of operation of the centrifuge also can be simply understood in terms of this expression for the potential energy, which shows that it is favorable energetically when the volume far from the axis of rotation is occupied by the heavier substance.
  • Although the airport is not far from the downtown area, taxi prices do seem to be higher than in other Brazilian cities.
  • As with the rest of the automotive industry, into the 20th century, bus manufacturing increasingly became globalized, with manufacturers producing buses far from their intended market to exploit labour and material cost advantages.
  • In recent years before 2011, the Bothnian Bay and the Bothnian Sea were frozen with solid ice near the Baltic coast and dense floating ice far from it.
  • The star also appears in works of fiction such as "Far From the Madding Crowd" (1874) and "Down and Out in Paris and London" (1933).

  • The prize "for journalism as an act of conscience" has been won over the years by famous journalists such as Anna Politkovskaya and young reporters and editors working far from Russia's media capital, Moscow.
  • If their free-run frequencies were too far from the actual line and field rates, the circuits would not be able to follow the incoming sync signals.
  • According to an academic study, Oran was decimated by the bubonic plague in 1556 and 1678, but all later outbreaks (in 1921: 185 cases; 1931: 76 cases; and 1944: 95 cases) were very far from the scale of the epidemic described in the novel.
  • Upon retirement, Borg had three residences: a penthouse in Monte Carlo, not far from his pro shop; a mansion on Long Island, New York and a small island off the Swedish coast.
© Russian-English dictionary 2024
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
Links to this dictionary or to individual translations are very welcome!