['kwaɪət] 1. прил.
1) тихий, бесшумный

quiet despair — молчаливое отчаяние

A quiet murmur passed through the classroom. — По классу пробежал тихий шёпот.

The street was unnaturally quiet. — На улице было неестественно тихо.

They were both quiet for a while. — Оба они замолчали на минуту.

2) спокойный, тихий, неподвижный

quiet sea — спокойное море (без волн)

quiet life — спокойная жизнь

quiet temperament — спокойный характер

3) спокойный, ничем не нарушаемый

At last I had an opportunity of quiet reading. — Наконец я мог спокойно почитать.

It's a place where you can have a cup of coffee, and a quiet cigar. — Это место, где можно выпить чашечку кофе и спокойно выкурить сигару.

4) укромный, уединённый, изолированный

quiet nook — укромный уголок

5) скромный, неброский, приглушённый

quiet clothes — неброская одежда

6) тайный, секретный, конфиденциальный

quiet diplomacy — тайная дипломатия

Can I have a quiet word with your son? — Можно поговорить с вашим сыном с глазу на глаз?

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- quiet time 2. сущ.
1) тишина, безмолвие; затишье, тишь
2) покой, спокойствие; умиротворение
calm 2., calmness, stillness
3. гл.; преим. амер.
а) унимать, усмирять; успокаивать

I did what was possible to quiet her. — Я сделал всё возможное, чтобы успокоить её.

See if you can quiet the dog down. — Попробуй унять собаку.

б) = quiet down угомониться; униматься; успокаиваться

He moved back into London when things quieted down. — Когда всё успокоилось, он вернулся в Лондон.

At last the wind quieted down, and the storm was over. — Наконец ветер стих и шторм кончился.


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