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 Translation for 'merry go round' from English to Russian
NOUN   a merry-go-round | merry-go-rounds
карусель {ж}merry-go-round [Br.]
Partial Matches
радостный {adj}merry [happy]
С Рождеством Христовым!Merry Christmas!
С Рождеством!Merry Christmas!
unverified
спорт
круг {м} [чемпионата]
round
вы́ходить [разг.] [побывать во многих местах, исходить] [сов.]to walk round
заглянуть кому-л.] [сов.]to come round
круглогодовой {adj}year-round
круглогодичный {adj}year-round
вокруг {adv} {prep}round [esp. Br.]
всесторонний {adj}all-round [Br.]
сводка {ж}round-up [news report]
мед.
(врачебный) обход {м}
round [made by a doctor]
туризм
кругосветное путешествие {с}
round-the-world trip / journey
наматывать на [+akk.] [несов.]to wind round [roll, thread, rope etc.]
ходить [направляться куда-л.] [несов.]to go
4
идти [несов.]to go
5
вернуться [сов.]to go back
unverified оставить (уйти)go away
не получатьсяto go wrong
заниматься парусным спортом [несов.]to go sailing
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Usage Examples English
  • The character called Bruno Antony in the film is called Charles Anthony Bruno in the book. far removed from a merry-go-round.
  • Less than two weeks before the 1942 midterm congressional election, columnist Drew Pearson's nationally syndicated column ("Washington Merry-Go-Round") described in detail how in 1939, Fish had received over $3,100 in cash from a source with German ties.
  • Drew Pearson's "Washington Merry-Go-Round" claimed that the founding of ERA was a conflict of interest for Norris and Engstrom because they had used their war-time government connections to set up a company for their own profit.
  • "Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round" (1966) was a crime movie made at Columbia.
  • The theme of the "Looney Tunes" series was "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" (1937), a minor hit from the team of Dave Franklin and Cliff Friend.

  • of ponds, a theater, and a merry-go-round. The amusement park was closed in 1924 due in large part to the seasonal costs of reconstruction of infrastructure following the annual floods on Loyalsock Creek.
  • The Holyoke Merry-Go-Round was also the setting of a music video sequence in the 2007 British documentary "Young@Heart", chronicling a New England chorus of elders from Northampton who cover classic and contemporary rock songs.
  • Also located in the Forest Park subdivision is Forest Park Playground which has tennis courts, picnic tables, swing sets and a merry-go-round.
  • For much of the 20th century, a red-light district of brothels and bars known as the Merry-Go-Round was part of Peoria.
  • He did some studio work for RCA that year, but had relocated to Knoxville again where he worked with Homer and Jethro on WNOX's new Saturday night radio show "The Tennessee Barn Dance" and the popular "Midday Merry Go Round".

  • This allowed volatile rock songs like "You Got Nothing I Want" and "Merry-Go-Round" to stand beside thoughtful ballads like "Choirgirl", pop-flavoured love songs like "My Baby" and caustic political statements like "Star Hotel", an attack on the late 1970s government of Malcolm Fraser, inspired by the Star Hotel riot in Newcastle.
  • Drew Pearson's "Washington Merry-Go-Round" claimed that the founding of ERA was a conflict of interest for Norris and Engstrom because they had used their war-time government connections to set up a company for their own profit.
  • (Amy Irving), "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" (Charles Fleischer), and "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile!
  • The shorts from this era can be identified by their different title sequence, featuring stylized limited animation and graphics on a black background and a new arrangement, by William Lava, of "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down".
  • Two more singles were released in Japan, "En Carousel" ("En Karusell" in Scandinavia, an earlier version of "Merry-Go-Round") and "Love Has Its Ways" (a song they wrote with Kōichi Morita).

  • In 1923, Stroheim began work on "Merry-Go-Round". He cast the American actor Norman Kerry as Count Franz Maximilian von Hohenegg, a part written for himself, and newcomer Mary Philbin in the lead actress role.
  • The names "carousel" and "merry-go-round" are also used, in varying dialects, to refer to a distinct piece of playground equipment.
  • In "Daffy Duck & Egghead", Daffy does not lisp at all except in the separately drawn set-piece of Daffy singing "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" in which just a slight lisp can be heard.
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