Translation for 'silver chain' from English to Russian
NOUN   a silver chain | silver chains
серебряная цепь {ж}silver chain
Partial Matches
цепь {ж}chain
сеть {ж} ресторанов
restaurant chain
железная цепь {ж}iron chain
серебряный рудник {м}
silver mine
серебряный поднос {м}silver platter
хлорид {м} серебра [AgCl]
silver chloride
серебряный поднос {м}silver tray
теллурид {м} дисеребра [Ag2Te]
silver telluride
нитрат {м} серебра [AgNO3]
silver nitrate
серебряная медаль {ж}
silver medal
серебряная проволока {ж}silver wire
серебряная монета {ж}
silver coin
серебряная ложка {ж}
silver spoon
серебро {с} <Ag>
silver <Ag>
перламутровка {ж} большая (лесная) [Argynnis paphia]
silver-washed fritillary [butterfly]
челночница {ж} буковая [Pseudoips prasinana]
green silver-lines {pl} [treated as sg.] [moth]
челночница {ж} зелёная [Pseudoips prasinana]
green silver-lines {pl} [treated as sg.] [moth]
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Usage Examples English
  • This appears to be identical to the arrangement of dots found on the Parkhill silver chain terminal ring, found near Aberdeen, a Pictish artefact.
  • The Pingelly Health Service is part of the Upper Great Southern Health Services, and includes a 24/7 medical centre facility as well as a general practitioner. Silver Chain offers home help, gardening, respite and other aged care services.
  • At this time, the design also changed from a whiting with its tail in its mouth worn on a silver chain, to a swimming fish worn on a dark and light blue striped ribbon.
  • The headdress was a blue peaked cap with white lancer style quartering. Silver chain-mail epaulettes were attached to the tunics.
  • There is a little silver ring attached to the eyelet, indicating that it was probably worn on a silver chain at some time.

  • They punch a hole in the coin and run a silver chain through it.
  • This is a large, elaborate silver chain of office designed and made by Alfred Lyndhurst Pocock which is still worn by the current president at formal functions.
  • In her sea bird form, she flies with a flock of enchanted birds, with each pair joined together by a silver chain.
  • The swan is said to be the preferred form adopted by Celtic goddesses. Even in this form, their otherworldly nature is identifiable by a golden or silver chain hanging around their neck.
  • The bells were inscribed "The Silver Chain of Friendship 1710–2010" (which was a common term often used throughout history when the Chain was renewed).

  • Vase-shaped earrings and for the richer ones, a fillet of silver chain is worn around the head.
  • Silver is the nemesis of werewolves, as even a relatively light binding of silver chain cannot be broken by one.
  • If she had died in childbed, Francis would have received several sets of gold buttons and aiglets, and a slice of unicorn horn mounted on silver chain, used to test for poison.
  • the ball with which he or she last played in the final - this ball is then attached to the Putter by means of a silver band and a silver chain.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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