husband

husband
['hʌzbənd] 1. сущ.
муж, супруг (исконное значение - "хозяин дома")

cuckolded / estranged husband — обманутый муж

ex-husband / former husband — бывший муж

faithful husband — верный муж

henpecked husband — подкаблучник

jealous husband — ревнивый муж

philandering / unfaithful husband — неверный муж

to leave one's husband — оставить мужа

She had two children by her first husband. — У неё было двое детей от первого мужа.

2. гл.
1) экономно расходовать; разумно использовать(что-л.)

We had a barrel of brandy which we husbanded as well as we could. — У нас была бочка коньяка, которую мы расходовали как можно экономнее.

If they had husbanded this occasion. — Если бы они только разумно воспользовались этой возможностью.

2) уст.
а) заниматься земледелием; обрабатывать, возделывать (землю); выращивать, разводить (растения)

The ground should be dug up and husbanded. — Земля должна быть вскопана и возделана.

б) культивировать, развивать

to husband the mind — развивать ум

3) уст.
а) подбирать, находить мужа
б) шутл. исполнять роль мужа; быть мужем

He had been ready to perform the duty of husbanding a woman. — Он был готов исполнять обязанности мужа для какой-нибудь женщины.


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  • Husband — Hus band, n. [OE. hosebonde, husbonde, a husband, the master of the house or family, AS. h?sbonda master of the house; h?s house + bunda, bonda, householder, husband; prob. fr. Icel. h?sb[=o]ndi house master, husband; h?s house + b?andi dwelling …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • husband — [huz′bənd] n. [ME husbonde, householder, husband < Late OE husbonda < ON hūsbondi, lit., householder < hūs, HOUSE + bondi, freeholder, yeoman < earlier būandi, prp. of būa, to dwell: see BONDAGE] 1. a) a man with reference to the… …   English World dictionary

  • Husband — Hus band, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Husbanded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Husbanding}.] 1. To direct and manage with frugality; to use or employ to good purpose and the best advantage; to spend, apply, or use, with economy. [1913 Webster] For my means, I ll… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Husband — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Gary Husband (* 1960), britischer Fusionmusiker Rick Douglas Husband (1957–2003), amerikanischer Astronaut Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demsel …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • husband — index consort, hoard, keep (shelter), preserve, spouse, store Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • husband — [n] married man bridegroom, companion, consort, groom, helpmate, hubby, mate, monogamist, monogynist, other half, partner, spouse; concepts 414,419 Ant. wife …   New thesaurus

  • husband — ► NOUN ▪ a married man considered in relation to his wife. ► VERB ▪ use (resources) economically. DERIVATIVES husbandless adjective husbandly adjective. ORIGIN original senses included «steward of a household» and «farmer»: from Old Norse …   English terms dictionary

  • Husband — A husband is a male spouse (participant) in a marriage, civil union or civil partnership.Origin and etymologyThe term husband refers to Middle English huseband , from Old English hūsbōnda , from Old Norse hūsbōndi (hūs, house + bōndi, būandi,… …   Wikipedia

  • husband — n. 1) to leave one s husband 2) a common law; cuckolded; estranged husband; ex husband, former; faithful; henpecked; jealous; philandering, unfaithful husband 3) (misc.) she had two children by her first husband * * * [ hʌzbənd] cuckolded… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • husband —    Wives appear to have regularly addressed their marital partners as ‘husband’ in the seventeenth century. Shakespeare has many instances of the word being used vocatively on its own, or in phrases like ‘good husband’, ‘gentle husband’, ‘good… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • husband — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ future, prospective ▪ suitable ▪ former (also ex husband) ▪ dead, deceased, late …   Collocations dictionary


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