Meaning of EXODUS in Russian.

Meaning of EXODUS in Russian.
n. mass departure or emigration.
Explanatory English dictionary bed edition. Dictionary of English. 2012.
Even the meaning of the word and the translation of EXODUS from English into Russian in English-Russian dictionaries.
Translation EXODUS from Russian into English in Russian-English dictionaries.
EXODUS & mdash; Second book of the Old Testament. The title refers to the departure of the Israelites from Egypt under Moses & hellip;
English Dictionary Britannica EXODUS & mdash; Eks d s also egz -noun (-es) Etymology: Exodus, Old Testament book that tells of the departure of the Israelites & hellip;
Webster’s New International English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; (n.) A going out; particularly (the Exodus), the going out or the journey of the Israelites from Egypt under the conduct & hellip;
English Dictionary Webster EXODUS & mdash; (n.) A going out; particularly (the Exodus), the going out or the journey of the Israelites from Egypt under & hellip;
Webster’s Revised Unabridged English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; / ek & quot; seuh deuhs /, n. 1. a going out; a departure or emigration, usually of a large number of people: the & hellip;
Random House Webster’s Unabridged English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; noun the second of the old testament, which contains the narrative of the departure of the israelites from egypt. 2. & hellip;
Webster English vocab EXODUS & mdash; [ ks d s] � noun 1 “a mass departure of people. 2 “(Exodus) the second book of the & hellip;
Concise Oxford English vocab EXODUS & mdash; the second book of the Bible, recounting the departure of the Israelites from Egypt. & rarr; exodus.
Concise Oxford English vocab EXODUS & mdash; the liberation of the people of Israel from slavery in Egypt in the 13th century BC, under the leadership of & hellip;
Britannica English vocabulary EXODUS & mdash; exodus, E.
BrE AmE eks d s & sect; E z- exodus | es z z.
Longman Pronunciation English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; / Eks d s; NAmE / noun [sing. ] exodus (from.) (to.) (formal or humorous) & hellip;
Oxford Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; ex o dus / eks d s / BrE AmE noun [singular] [Date: 1600-1700; Origin: Exodus, which describes how & hellip;
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EXODUS & mdash; Exodus BrE AmE the second book of the Old Testament of the Bible, which tells the story of the Exodus, & hellip;
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EXODUS & mdash; n. 1 a mass departure of people (esp. Emigrants). 2 (Exodus) Bibl. a the departure of the Israelites from Egypt. & hellip;
English basic conversational dictionary EXODUS & mdash; n. 1 a mass departure of people (esp. Emigrants). 2 (Exodus) Bibl. a the departure of the Israelites from Egypt. & hellip;
Concise Oxford English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; n.1 a mass departure of people (esp. emigrants). 2 (Exodus) Bibl. a the departure of the Israelites from Egypt. b & hellip;
Oxford English vocab EXODUS & mdash; If there is an exodus of people from a place, a lot of people leave that place at the same & hellip;
Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; noun COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS � ADJECTIVE mass Murdoch’s motivation was simply profit, and his cynical attitude had already led & hellip;
Longman DOCE5 Extras English vocabulary EXODUS & mdash; [noun] [C usually singular] – the movement of a lot of people from a placeThe famine is causing a mass & hellip;
Cambridge English vocab EXODUS & mdash; n. Second book of the Old Testament. The title refers to the departure of the Israelites from Egypt under & hellip;
Britannica Concise Encyclopedia EXODUS & mdash; (that is, going out, See: of Egypt), the second book of the law or Pentateuch. Its author was Moses. It & hellip;
Smith’s Bible English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; n. 1) a) mass departure (for example, about emigrants) (from), relocation a mass exodus & asymp; mass exodus a complete exodus of & hellip;
A large English-Russian dictionary EXODUS & mdash; Exodus.
Russian-American English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; exodus.ogg’eks d s n 1. bibl. (th Exodus) 1 & gt; exodus (Jews from Egypt) 2 & gt; Exodus (the second book of the Old Testament) & hellip;
English-Russian-English dictionary of general vocabulary – Collection of the best dictionaries EXODUS & mdash; exodus n. 1) a) mass departure (eg, about emigrants), relocation (from – from) a mass exodus & mdash; mass outcome a complete & hellip;
English-Russian dictionary Tiger EXODUS & mdash; n 1. bibl. (the Exodus) 1) Exodus (Jews from Egypt) 2) Exodus (second book of the Old Testament) 2. Massive & hellip;
New large English-Russian dictionary – Apresyan, Mednikova EXODUS & mdash; n 1. bibl. (th Exodus) 1 & gt; exodus (Jews from Egypt) 2 & gt; Exodus (second book of the Old Testament) 2. Mass & hellip;
Great new English-Russian dictionary EXODUS & mdash; n. 1) a) the bibl. exodus of Jews from Egypt b) mass departure (eg, about emigrants), relocation a mass & hellip;
English-Russian dictionary of general vocabulary EXODUS & mdash; n. 1) a) the bibl. exodus of Jews from Egypt b) mass departure (eg, about emigrants), relocation a mass exodus & mdash; mass exodus a complete exodus of & hellip;
English-Russian dictionary of general vocabulary EXODUS & mdash; n. 1) a) mass departure (for example, about emigrants) (from), relocation a mass exodus & asymp; mass exodus a complete exodus of & hellip;
New large English-Russian dictionary EXODUS & mdash; noun Etymology: Latin, from Greek Exodos, literally, road out, from ex- + hodos road Date: before 12th century the main & hellip;
Explanatory English Dictionary – Merriam Webster EXODUS & mdash; (n.) The second of the Old Testament, which contains the narrative of the departure of the Israelites from Egypt.
English Dictionary Webster EXODUS & mdash; (n.) The second of the Old Testament, which contains the narrative of the departure of the Israelites from & hellip;
Webster’s Revised Unabridged English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; n. second book of the Old Testament (contains the account of the departure of the Israelites from Egypt); Israelites & # 39; departure & hellip;
Explanatory English Dictionary – Editorial bed EXODUS & mdash; noun Etymology: Latin, from Greek Exodos, literally, road, out, from ex- + hodos road Date: before 12th century 1. capitalized & hellip;
Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate English vocabulary EXODUS & mdash; n. Pronunciation: & # 39; ek-s -d s, & # 39; eg-z – Function: noun Etymology: Latin, from Greek Exodos, literally, & hellip;
Merriam Webster Collegiate English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; [ex.o.dus] n [L, fr. Gk Exodos, lit., road out, fr. ex- + hodos road] 1 cap: the mainly narrative second & hellip;
Merriam-Webster English vocab EXODUS & mdash; If there is an.
of people from a place, a lot of people, that place at the same & hellip;
Collins COBUILD – Explanatory English Dictionary for learners of EXODUS language & mdash; Synonyms and related words: abandonment, act, afterpiece, bit, chaser, curtain, curtain call, curtain raiser, decampment, departure, divertimento, divertissement, egress, & hellip;
Moby Thesaurus English vocabulary EXODUS & mdash; n. Function: noun Synonyms: DEPARTURE 1, egress, egression, exit, exiting, offgoing, setting-out, withdrawal Related Words: emigration, migration; flight Contrasted Words: & hellip;
Collegiate Thesaurus English vocab EXODUS & mdash; n. 1. Departure (from a country), great emigration. 2. [With The.] Israelitish migration from Egypt. 3. Second & hellip;
Dictionary of English Synonyms EXODUS & mdash; noun Synonyms: departure 1, egress, egression, exit, exiting, offgoing, setting-out, withdrawal Related Word: emigration, migration; flight Contrasted words: immigration; ingress & hellip;
Collegiate Thesaurus English vocabulary EXODUS & mdash; See & uarr; LEAVE 17.
Longman Activator English vocab EXODUS & mdash; n. 25B6; noun MASS DEPARTURE, withdrawal, evacuation, leaving; migration, emigration; flight, escape, fleeing.
Concise Oxford Thesaurus English vocabulary EXODUS & mdash; A package from White Pines allowing the Macintosh to be used as an X server.
FOLDOC Computer English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; & lt; database & gt; An extensible database project developed at the University of Wisconsin. (1996-05-13)
FOLDOC Computer English Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; n. 1) a mass.
(there is a mass.
from Paris every August) 2) an.
The Bbi Combinatory Dictionary of English – A Guide to Word Combinations EXODUS & mdash; going out, departure.
Bible Names English vocab EXODUS & mdash; Book of Exodus.
American English-Russian Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; (n) mass maintenance.
English-Russian Lingvistica 98 dictionary EXODUS & mdash; n. the exodus of the Jews from Egypt, the exodus, the mass departure.
English-Russian-dictionary – Bed release EXODUS & mdash; n. the exodus of the Jews from Egypt, the exodus, the mass departure.
English-Russian-dictionary – Bed release EXODUS & mdash; _n. 1 & gt; mass departure (about emigrants) 2 & gt; _bible. the exodus of the Jews from Egypt 3 & gt; (the Exodus) Exodus (2nd book of the Old & hellip;
English-Russian Mueller Dictionary – 24 edition of EXODUS & mdash; n. 1. mass departure (about emigrants) 2. bibl. Exodus of the Jews from Egypt 3. (the Exodus) Exodus (Book 2 of the Old & hellip;
English-Russian Mueller Dictionary – edition of bed EXODUS & mdash; mass departure (about emigrants) bibl. Exodus of the Jews from Egypt (the Exodus) Exodus (2 nd book of the Old Testament)
English-Russian additional dictionary EXODUS & mdash; _n. 1 & gt; mass departure (_ about emigrants) 2 & gt; _bible. the exodus of the Jews from Egypt 3 & gt; (the E.) Exodus (Book 2 of the Old & hellip;
English-Russian Mueller Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; Book of Exodus.
British English-Russian Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; Book of Exodus.
British English-Russian Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; Exodus.
British English-Russian Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; mass withdrawal; mass emigration, caused by extreme circumstances – rural exodus.
English-Russian dictionary on economics and finance EXODUS & mdash; [n.] 1) [the E.) _.a) the exodus of the Jews from Egypt _.b) the outcome (the second book of the Old Testament) 2) mass withdrawal, flight.
Morteza English-Russian Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; n 1) bibl. (the E.) a) the exodus of the Jews from Egypt; b) the outcome (the second book of the Old Testament); 2) mass withdrawal, & hellip;
English-Russian dictionary – Korolyov EXODUS & mdash; Exodus.
English-Russian Online Dictionary EXODUS & mdash; outcome is a mass flight.
Dictionary of English – Editorial bed.
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