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EN[wɔːd] [wɔɹd] [-ɔː(r)d]
Tподопечный WУорд
  • Уорд (англ. Ward) — английская фамилия.
EN Ward

    Definition of ward in English Dictionary

  • Существительное (Noun)PLwardsSUF-ward
    1. (archaic or obsolete) A guard; a guardian or watchman.
      1. Protection, defence.
        1. the best ward of mine honour
        2. Before the dore sat selfe-consuming Care, / Day and night keeping wary watch and ward, / For feare least Force or Fraud should vnaware / Breake in [ …]
        3. So forth the presoners were brought before Arthure, and he commaunded hem into kepyng of the conestabyls warde, surely to be kepte as noble presoners.
        4. Thou knowest my old ward; here I lay, and thus I bore my point.
      2. A protected place.
        1. Diocletian [ …] must certainly have derived some consolation from the grandeur of Aspalaton, the great arcaded wall it turned to the Adriatic, its four separate wards, each town size, and its seventeen watch-towers  [ …] .
        2. On our last visit to Tokyo, we went to Chiyoda ward and visited the Emperor's palace. ‎
        3. Many hospitals have not taken simple steps to lessen the distress and confusion which dementia sufferers' often feel on being somewhere so unfamiliarsuch as making signs large and easy to read, using colour schemes to help patients find their way around unfamiliar wards and not putting family mementoes such as photographs nearby.
      3. A person under guardianship.
        1. After the trial, little Robert was declared a ward of the state. ‎
      4. An object used for guarding.
        1. A man must thorowly sound himselfe, and dive into his heart, and there see by what wards or springs the motions stirre.
    2. Глагол (Verb)SGwardsPRwardingPT, PPwarded
      1. VT To keep in safety, to watch over, to guard.
        1. VT To defend, to protect.
          1. VT To fend off, to repel, to turn aside, as anything mischievous that approaches; -- usually followed by off.
            1. VI To be vigilant; to keep guard.
              1. VI To act on the defensive with a weapon.
              2. Другие примеры
                1. Используется в середине предложения
                  • A recent study conducted in Dutch psychogeriatric nursing home wards found that, out of 496 psychogeriatric residents, 96 (or 19%) were found to have comorbid depression and dementia (Stages 2–6).
                  • A cross-sectional study was conducted during the rainy and postrainy season of August to December 2011 in the labor ward of the tertiary Hospital (Medani) in the central Sudan.
                  • On our last visit to Tokyo, we went to Chiyoda ward and visited the Emperor's palace. ‎
              • Часть речи Иерархии (Part-of-Speech Hierarchy)
                1. Существительные
                  • Исчисляемое Существительное
                  • Глаголы
                    • Непереходные глаголы
                      • Переходные глаголы
                    Ссылки По Теме:
                    1. en wardrobe
                    2. en wards
                    3. en warden
                    4. en warder
                    5. en wardom
                    Источник: Викисловарь

                    Meaning of ward for the defined word.

                    Грамматически, это слово "ward" является Существительные, более конкретно, Исчисляемое Существительное. Это также Глаголы, более конкретно, Непереходные глаголы и Переходные глаголы.
                    Трудность: Уровень 1
                    Легко     ➨     Трудно
                    Определенность: Уровень 9
                    Определенный    ➨     Разносторонний