• Unswerving: /ʌnˈswɜːvɪŋ/ непоколебимый, стабильный. E.g. unswerving loyalty/ support, etc.
  • despondency: уныние, отчаяние, упадок духа. E.g. a mood of despondency. Life’s not all gloom and despondency.
  • zest: zest (for something) жажда (жажда жизни, например). E.g. He had a great zest for life.
  • Acrimonious: /ˌækrɪˈməʊniəs/ (adj) (of an argument, etc.) ссора с взаимными резкими обвинениями, ожесточенный, язвительный. E.g. His parents went through an acrimonious divorce. The split-up was not acrimonious and Adam spent time with both his mother and father.
  • Rant and rave (disapproving) рвать и метать
  • obnoxiousness: вызывающее поведение, несносность. I am outraged at the degree of obnoxiousness with which students are treating the new teacher.
  • Obnoxious: /əbˈnɒkʃəs/ несносный, оскорбительный E.g. obnoxious behaviour.
  • rapture: восторг, восхищение E.g. Charles listened with rapture to her singing. The children gazed at her in rapture. Never before had she known such rapture.
  • in character, out of character: типичное или не типичное поведение для человека.  E.g. Her behaviour last night was completely out of character.
  • under the weather: (informal) плохо себя чувствовать
  • Under a cloud: под подозрением E.g. Someone stole some money at work, and now everyone is under a cloud of suspicion. Even the manager is under a cloud.
  • on cloud nine на седьмом небе
  • Ostracize: /ˈɒstrəsaɪz/ ostracize somebody (formal) изгонять кого-то из коллектива, отказываться встречаться и говорить с ним. E.g. He was ostracized by his colleagues for refusing to support the strike.
  • Relish: большое удовольствие E.g. She savoured the moment with obvious relish.
  • Voraciously: /vəˈreɪʃəsli/ ненасытно, жажда новых знаний и информации. E.g. Ever since her childhood she had read voraciously.
  • Avid: жадный до (про хобби). E.g. an avid reader/collector. She has taken an avid interest in the project (= she is extremely interested in it).
  • Avidly: с жадностью, с большим энтузиазмом. She reads avidly. to be unswervingly loyal to sb; to hold unswervingly to one’s course; she remained unswervingly loyal to him; he continued unswervingly on his chosen course
  • Enlightened: просвещенный, образованный, хорошо осведомленный.
  • Cantankerous: /kænˈtæŋkərəs/ сварливый, вздорный, раздражительный, который все время жалуется. E.g. a cantankerous old man.