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 Translation for 'for each other' from English to Russian
друг для друга {adv}for each other
Partial Matches
друг к другу {adv}to each other
друг другу {adv}to each other
друг друга {pron}each other
друг о друге {adv}from each other
каждый {pron}each
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идиом.
на днях {adv}
the other day
чужой {adj} [принадлежащий другому]other people's
другими словамиin other words <IOW>
с другой стороны {adv}on the other hand
спутник {м} жизниsignificant other <SO> [life partner]
жить в общежитии [несов.]to share a flat with several other people
послов.
В одно ухо вошло, в другое вышло.
It goes in one ear and out the other. [idiom]
для {prep} [+gen.]for
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unverified та́к как {conj}for
с целью {prep} [+gen.]for
unverified зато {conj}for that
часами {adv}for hours
unverified ошибочно принять заto mistake for
на продажуfor sale
сдается в арендуfor rent
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Usage Examples English
  • Initially, Luther and Calvin had mutual respect for each other.
  • (Many Sunday schools for pre-working-age children (5 or 6) had funeral clubs to pay for each other's funeral arrangements.) The process of industrialization threatened many livelihoods, which prompted some to sabotage factories.
  • For example, one strip had Daisy waiting for Donald to carve their names and their love for each other on a tree, only to discover the male Duck had carved "Daisy loves Donald" with her name hardly visible and his name in prominent bold letters, resulting in her breaking her umbrella on his head and dismissing him as a "conceited little pup".
  • Right away, we knew that we were meant for each other."
  • According to Barks, his attention was mostly drawn to the cowboys that frequented the market with their revolvers, strange nicknames for each other and sense of humor.

  • Thus the goddess inflicted them with great passion for each other when they were near a temple of Rhea.
  • The group are described by the historian Stephen Tomkins as "a network of friends and families in England, with William Wilberforce as its centre of gravity, who were powerfully bound together by their shared moral and spiritual values, by their religious mission and social activism, by their love for each other, and by marriage".
  • Hal Wallis reunited Heston with Lizabeth Scott in a melodrama "Bad for Each Other" (1953).
  • Like syntactic units can be substituted for each other.
  • This results in a decline in "social capital", described by Putnam as "the collective value of all 'social networks' and the inclinations that arise from these networks to do things for each other".

  • At times, she dates Peter Parker (Spider-Man) as well, resulting in a relaxed love triangle of sorts (though Iceman states that "fire and ice don't really mix" despite having feelings for each other).
  • The story tells of a young husband and wife and how they deal with the challenge of buying secret Christmas gifts for each other with very little money.
  • Acquaintance objects may request operations of each other, but they are not responsible for each other.
  • Neither was faithful to the other sexually, but they were faithful in their love and respect for each other.
  • They create space for each other dynamically, aiming to keep the disc moving by taking the open pass in any direction.

  • Crusher and Captain Picard had been married and then divorced—still evidently having feelings for each other after so many years.
  • Both got along well with their shared passion for each other's work and the sense of pride that they felt in being successful working women while that was still uncommon.
  • Protocol deadlocks can occur when two or more tasks wait for each other to send response messages.
  • They wrote sonnets for each other and were in regular contact until she died.
  • A transfer pact was agreed upon between Fine Gael and Labour, as both parties were normally preferred partners for each other in general elections.

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