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 Translation for 'world history' from English to Russian
ист.
мировая история {ж}
world history
Partial Matches
занятиеобраз.
историк {м} [разг.] [учитель истории]
history teacher
биол.
жизненный цикл {м}
life history
краеведение {м}local history
ист.
мировая история {ж}
universal history
история {ж}history <hist.>
печ.
история {ж} СМИ
media history
природоведческий музей {м}museum of natural history
мир {м}world
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мировоззрение {с}world-view
пол.
мировое правительство {с}
world government
мировой {adj} [всемирный]world [attr.]
комм.экон.
мировая торговля {ж}
world trade
пол.
мировая держава {ж}
world power
миропорядок {м}world order
потусторонний мир {м}next world
спорт
мундиаль {м}
World Cup
экон.
мировое хозяйство {с}
world economy
unverified
псих.
мировосприятие {с}
world perception
ист.
Вторая мировая война {ж}
Second World War
ист.
Первая мировая война {ж}
First World War
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Usage Examples English
  • World history, as a distinct field of historical study, emerged as an independent academic field in the 1980s.
  • The ancient "resolution" McNeill evoked was one of the most sweeping universal conquests in world history, performed by Qin in 230–221 BC.
  • Although, during the golden age of Orientalism the place of Central Asia in the world history was marginalised, contemporary historiography has rediscovered the "centrality" of the Central Asia.
  • The oldest surviving reference to the card game in world history is from the 9th century China, when the "Collection of Miscellanea at Duyang", written by Tang-dynasty writer Su E, described Princess Tongchang (daughter of Emperor Yizong of Tang) playing the "leaf game" with members of the Wei clan (the family of the princess's husband) in 868 .
  • Beans were an important source of protein throughout Old and New World history, and still are today.

  • Reports published in August 1914 claimed Garros was involved in the "first air battle in world history" and that he had flown his plane into a Zeppelin, destroying the airship and killing its pilots and himself.
  • The advent of world history as a distinct academic field of study can be traced to the 1960s, but the pace quickened in the 1980s.
  • In addition, the book was written during the time of Soviet general secretary Mikhail Gorbachev’s rule, which was considered by historians as a crucial point in world history where Communism in the Soviet Union began its decline.
  • Many early Christian writers from the 2nd century, such as pseudo-Barnabas, Irenaeus, Justin Martyr and Hippolytus of Rome followed rabbinic Judaism (the "Mishna") in interpreting Sabbath not as a literal day of rest but as a thousand-year reign of Jesus Christ, which would follow six millennia of world history.
  • London was fast reaching a size unprecedented in world history, due to the onset of the Industrial Revolution.

  • In 1907, Paoli was the first operatic artist in world history to record an entire opera – when he participated in a performance of "Pagliacci" by Ruggiero Leoncavallo in Milan, Italy.
  • The October Revolution marks the inception of the first communist government in Russia, and thus the first large-scale and constitutionally ordained socialist state in world history.
  • The magazine contains articles about geography, popular science, world history, culture, current events and photography of places and things all over the world and universe.
  • One of his works was a summary of world history in ancient Greek, termed the "Chronikon," dating from the early 4th century AD.
  • The year falls well into the period of Old World history known as the Middle Ages; in Europe, it is sometimes and by convention considered the boundary date between the Early Middle Ages and the High Middle Ages.

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