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 Translation for 'manor house' from English to Russian
NOUN   a manor house | manor houses
SYNO manor | manor house
ист.
(феодальное) поместье {с}
manor (house) [Br.]
Partial Matches
ист.
усадьба {ж}
manor
дом {м} [здание]house
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зоол.
обезьянник {м}
ape house
муз.
квартирник {м}
house concert
изд.
издательский дом {м}
publishing house
дом {м} на деревetree house
занятие
маляр {м}
(house) painter
смена {ж} места жительстваmoving house
архит.муз.
оперный театр {м}
opera house
зоол.T
домашняя кошка {ж} [Felis silvestris catus]
house cat
архит.строит.
деревянный дом {м}
wooden house
орн.T
городская ласточка {ж} [Delichon urbicum]
(common) house martin
орн.T
воронок {м} [Delichon urbicum]
(common) house martin
орн.T
непальский воронок {м} [Delichon nipalense, syn.: D. nipalensis]
Nepal (house) martin
орн.T
восточный воронок {м} [Delichon dasypus]
Asian house martin
пол.
Белый дом {м} [резиденция президента США]
White House [USA]
публичный дом {м} [устр.]house of prostitution
ист.
дом {м} Романовых
House of Romanov
В этом доме обитают привидения.The house is haunted.
лит.F
Загадка Эндхауза [Агата Кристи]
Peril at End House [Agatha Christie]
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Usage Examples English
  • In June 1642, Milton paid a visit to the manor house at Forest Hill, Oxfordshire, and, aged 34, married the 17-year-old Mary Powell.
  • Michael the Archangel's Church in Oksywie, the oldest building in Gdynia, and the 17th century neo-Gothic manor house located on Folwarczna Street in Orłowo.
  • Thomas Savery was born at the manor house of Shilstone, near Modbury, Devon.
  • Early in the 17th century a timber-framed house, Abbot's Court, was built next to it as the manor house for the Westminster Abbey's estate.
  • Many of the buildings have their original flint walls, and there are some early manor house ruins, tree lined parks, a landmark church and former convent.

  • ... plural: châteaux) is a manor house or residence of the lord of the manor, or a fine country house of nobility or gentry, with or without fortifications, originally, and still most frequently, in French-speaking regions.
  • Wilfrid Oldaker was headmaster from 1945 to 1956 and was the last head to occupy the manor house as the headmaster's residence.
  • Bosvenna House, an Edwardian manor house, was formerly the home of the Royal British Legion Club, but has become a private residence.
  • To the south by the River Stour, dating from the 15th century, is a single surviving tower of Caldwall (or Caldwell) Castle, a fortified manor house.
  • In 1943, the manor house of Dzerzhinovo, where Dzerzhinsky was born, was destroyed and family members (including Dzerzhinsky's brother Kazimierz) were killed by the Germans, because of their support for the Polish Home Army.

  • Topelius died in his manor house in Koivuniemi, Sipoo, Finland, where he wrote his greatest works. He is buried in the Hietaniemi Cemetery in Helsinki.
  • The manor house became his very last residence in Sweden and has after his death functioned as a museum.
  • Its landmark is the "Domäne Blumenrod", a former manor house that has been restored and remodelled by the Limburg Free Evangelical community.
  • One of the oldest surviving buildings is Speke Hall, a Tudor manor house located in the south of the city, which was completed in 1598.
  • It is considered to be a ‘textbook’ example of the English medieval manor house [...] and is a Grade I-listed building.

  • Many are boarding schools which also take day pupils, such as the co-educational Canford School which is built around a 19th-century Grade I listed manor house; and Sherborne School, a boys' school founded in the 16th century.
  • Longthorpe Tower, a 14th-century three-storey tower and fortified manor house in the care of English Heritage, is situated about [...] west of the city centre.
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