Translation for 'in the vanguard' from English to Russian
в авангарде {adv}in the vanguard
Partial Matches
в {prep} [+prep.]in the
неподалёку {adv}in the proximity
вечером {adv}in the evening
утром {adv}in the morning
после обеда [во второй половине дня]in the afternoon
в конечном итоге {adv}in the end
на заднем планеin the background
при сложившихся обстоятельствахin the circumstances
между тем {adv}in the meantime
в Крыму {adv}
in the Crimea
с самого началаin the first place
посредине {prep} [+gen.]in the middle of
пощёчина {ж} [перен.]
slap in the face
лидировать [несов.]to be in the lead
в ближайшем будущем {adv}in the near future
надлежащим образомin the proper way
под открытым небом {adv}in the open air
ничуть {adv} [разг.]not in the least
нисколько {adv}not in the least
спозаранку {adv} [разг.] [рано утром]early (in the morning)
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Usage Examples English
  • With their limited cavalry in the vanguard, they turned south along Bradney Lane and Marsh Lane and came to the open moor with its deep and dangerous rhynes (drainage ditches).
  • Being in the vanguard of the scientific writing, it paved the way for much subsequent popular scientific journalism and began a decline in the belief in mythical creatures.
  • The massive investments effected since March 1991 had placed the institution in the vanguard of the banking automation in the State.
  • As the chief of staff of mostly Arab units in the Ottomans' Arab provinces, al-Hashimi's word carried weight and when Faisal offered to support al-Hashimi's units with Hejazi tribal fighters, al-Hashimi replied that he had "no need of them", but just wanted Faisal "to lead us and be in the vanguard".
  • Due to the amount of experience, the Reserve personnel would be drawn from to replace losses in the ranks of regular formations, but will if needed operate in the vanguard of a combined mechanized group or an infantry assault.

  • Some Maratha troops in the vanguard, seeing that their general had disappeared from his elephant and the chaos ensuing in the rear, panicked and scattered in disarray towards the rear.
  • Bachmann was also in the vanguard of Austrian women writers who discovered in their private lives the political realities from which they attempted to achieve emancipation.
  • To some this reflects her status of being "in the vanguard of Canadian anti-Americanism of the 1960s and 1970s".
  • In the vanguard were four flag bearers followed by Adolf Lenk and Kurt Neubauer, Ludendorff's servant. Behind those two came more flag bearers, then the leadership in two rows.
  • disguised troopers from three Airborne Brigades were in the vanguard of the operation.

  • Heath/Zenith was in the vanguard of companies to start selling personal computers to small businesses.
  • Dee's anthology was in the vanguard of a revived interest in alchemy in Britain throughout the 1650s, the foremost publication being Ashmole's major edition of British alchemical literature, "Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum" (1652).
  • Philosopher of science Michael Ruse has written that followers of biodynamic agriculture rather enjoy the scientific marginalisation that comes from its pseudoscientific basis, revelling both in its esoteric aspects and the impression that they were in the vanguard of the wider anti-science sentiment that has grown in opposition to modern methods such as genetic modification.
  • The National Museum of Georgia, theaters in Tbilisi and Kutaisi, the Tbilisi National Opera House, and the National Academy of Art were in the vanguard of cultural life.
  • According to "The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction", she "was in the vanguard of those sf writers trying to apply to the soft sciences the machinery of the hard sciences".

  • This reflects her status of being "in the vanguard of Canadian anti-Americanism of the 1960s and 1970s."
  • The intensity of hue and interest in evanescent light not only placed Turner's work in the vanguard of English painting but exerted an influence on art in France; the Impressionists, particularly Claude Monet, carefully studied his techniques.
  • Her position in the vanguard was dictated by the requirement for smooth water to successfully launch her aircraft; turbulent water from ships' wakes was enough to ruin a take off attempt.
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