Книга: Carroll Louise P. «Busy as a Bee»

Busy as a Bee

Серия: "Macmillan Factual Readers"

This six-level series of factual readers allows English language learners to explore a variety of fascinating real-world topics. Each reader has been carefully graded to reinforce the main structures and vocabulary covered in most major language courses. The use of the plus symbol (+) highlights the increased level of challenge in language as compared to a standard reader; reflecting the focus on content learning.

Издательство: "Macmillan Publishers" (2013)

ISBN: 978-0-230-43205-5

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  • busy as a bee — If you are as busy as a bee, you are very busy indeed …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • busy as a bee — (as) busy as a bee informal : very busy and active My mom is (as) busy as a bee around Christmastime. • • • Main Entry: ↑bee …   Useful english dictionary

  • busy as a bee — adjective /ˈbɪziæzəˈbiː/ Very active; working constantly. Lord, I have been as busy as a bee ever since dinner! …   Wiktionary

  • busy as a bee — very busy, always working, very energetic …   English contemporary dictionary

  • as busy as a bee — (as) busy as a bee informal : very busy and active My mom is (as) busy as a bee around Christmastime. • • • Main Entry: ↑bee * * * as busy as a ˈbee idiom very busy Main entry: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • be as busy as a bee — old fashioned, old fashioned to be very busy or very active. She s as busy as a bee, always going to meetings and organizing parties …   New idioms dictionary

  • as busy as a bee — Meaning Origin Geoffrey Chaucer (1342 1400), Canterbury Tales. The Squyeres Tale Ey! Goddes mercy! sayd our Hoste tho, Now such a wyf I pray God keep me fro. Lo, suche sleightes and subtilitees In wommen be; for ay as busy as bees Be thay us… …   Meaning and origin of phrases

  • as busy as a bee — very busy, having many things to do, constantly working …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bee — I n. insect 1) to keep bees 2) a killer; queen; worker bee 3) bees buzz, hum; sting; swarm 4) a cluster; colony; swarm of bees 5) (misc.) as busy as a bee II n. (esp. AE) meeting to work or compete a quilting; sewing; spelling; spinning bee * * * …   Combinatory dictionary

  • busy — 1 / bIzi/ adjective 1 WORKING NOW someone who is busy at a particular time is working and is not available: She s busy now, can you phone later? (+ with): Mr Haynes is busy with a customer at the moment. 2 busy doing sth giving something a lot of …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • busy — 1. adjective 1) the campaign volunteers have been busy Syn: occupied, engaged, involved, employed, working, hard at work; rushed off one s feet, hard pressed, swamped, up to one s neck; on the job, absorbed, engrossed, immersed, preoccupied;… …   Thesaurus of popular words

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