Translation for 'to wait' from English to Russian
VERB   to wait | waited | waited
waiting | waits
SYNO delay | hold | postponement | ...
ждатьto wait
подождать [сов.]to wait
ждать [+akk.] [несов.]to wait for
подстерегать моментto wait for the moment
Ему придётся подождать.He will have to wait.
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Usage Examples English
  • In practice de Terzi's spheres would have collapsed under air pressure, and further developments had to wait for more practicable lifting gases.
  • United States" ruling, which held that the government could not preemptively prohibit the publication of classified information and had to wait until after it was published to take action.
  • Each frame in an animation GIF is introduced by its own GCE specifying the time delay to wait after the frame is drawn.
  • Then researchers would have to wait until the animal reached breeding age and then offspring would be screened for the presence of the gene in every cell.
  • Deviations from the books' storylines were considered, but a two-year hiatus to wait for new books was not an option for them (as the child actors continue to grow and the show's popularity would wane).

  • Wright and Miriam Noel's divorce was finalized in 1927. Wright was again required to wait for one year before remarrying. Wright and Olgivanna married in 1928.
  • After building the gallows, Haman goes to the palace in the middle of the night to wait for the earliest moment he can see the king.
  • When his father died in 1272, Edward felt in a safe enough position to wait until 1274 before returning home to claim the throne.
  • For instance, in Christopher Alexander's work, bus stops and waiting rooms in a surgery center are both within the context for the pattern "A PLACE TO WAIT".
  • A call centre can be seen as a queueing network and results from queueing theory such as the probability an arriving customer needs to wait before starting service useful for provisioning capacity.

  • However, certain special instructions require system calls that require context switch to wait/sleep processes.
  • Typically, a multitasking system allows another process to run when the running process hits a point where it has to wait for some portion of memory to be reloaded from secondary storage.
  • But if a player's opponent occupies the home corner, the player may need to wait for opponent pieces to clear before filling the home vacancies.
  • In fact this theoretically optimal bound can never be reached, because some subtasks cannot be parallelized, and some processors may have to wait a result from another processor.
  • It is not clear how long to wait before deciding that the machine will "never" output an approximation which forces "a" to be positive.

  • ... therapy which encourages active, long-term Alcoholics Anonymous participation) for Alcohol Use Disorder lead to higher abstinence rates, compared to other clinical interventions and to wait-list control groups.
  • This produces a small penalty in latency because the program has to wait until the video controller has finished transmitting the image to the display before continuing.
  • Navin was unwilling to wait. Ruth opted to go on his trip, despite Barrow advising him that he was making a mistake; in any event, Ruth's asking price was too high for the notoriously tight-fisted Navin.
  • The cabinet had resolved to wait before dissolving Parliament; in early March they reconsidered, agreeing to go to the country as soon as possible.
  • Only one device on a cable can perform a read or write operation at one time; therefore, a fast device on the same cable as a slow device under heavy use will find it has to wait for the slow device to complete its task first.

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