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GO AGAINST THE GRAIN meaning in English, значение слова

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See: AGAINST THE GRAIN(2).

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  • GO AGAINST THE GRAIN — oppose the natural way, do it the hard way Moe has always been perverse - always going against the grain.

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  • GO AGAINST THE GRAIN — oppose the natural way, do it the hard way Moe has always been perverse - always going against the grain.

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  • GRAIN — I. ˈgrān noun ( -s ) Etymology: Middle English grain, grein, partly from Middle French grain cereal plant, kernel, grain, …

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  • GO — I. (|)gō, when followed without pause by a stressed syllable sometimes _gə or +V _gəw verb ( went (|)went ; …

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  • AGAINST — I. əˈgen(t)st, -nzt also -ān- or ( less often in stand than in substand speech ) -in- preposition Etymology: Middle …

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  • AGAINST — (prep.) In opposition to, whether the opposition is of sentiment or of action; on the other side; counter to; in …

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  • AGAINST — ( prep. ) In opposition to, whether the opposition is of sentiment or of action; on the other side; counter …

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  • GRAIN — — grainer , n. — grainless , adj. /grayn/ , n. 1. a small, hard seed, esp. the seed of …

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  • AGAINST — /euh genst", euh gaynst"/ , prep. 1. in opposition to; contrary to; adverse or hostile to: twenty votes against ten; …

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  • GRAIN — I. ˈgrān noun Etymology: Middle English, partly from Anglo-French grain cereal grain, from Latin granum; partly from Anglo-French graine seed, …

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  • GO — I. ˈgō verb ( went ˈwent ; gone ˈgȯn also ˈgän ; go·ing ˈgō-iŋ, ˈgȯ(-)iŋ; “gȯing to” in sense 13 …

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  • AGAINST — I. ə-ˈgen(t)st, -ˈgin(t)st, -ˈgān(t)st preposition Etymology: Middle English, alteration of againes, from again Date: 13th century 1. a. : in …

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  • GRAIN — noun to yield fruit. 2. grain ·noun a tine, prong, or fork. 3. grain ·noun a blade of a sword, …

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  • GO — noun a glass of spirits. 2. go ·noun act; working; operation. 3. go ·p.p. gone. 4. go ·noun noisy merriment; …

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  • AGAINST — prep by of before the time that; in preparation for; so as to be ready for the time when. 2. …

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  • GRAIN — [grain] n [ME, partly fr. MF grain cereal grain, fr. L granum; partly fr. MF graine seed, kermes, fr. L …

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  • GO — [go] vb went ; gone ; go.ing ; goes [ME gon, fr. OE gan; akin to OHG gan to go, …

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  • GRAIN — unit of weight equal to 0.065 gram, or 1/7,000 pound avoirdupois. One of the earliest units of common measure and …

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  • GRAIN — / greɪn; NAmE / noun 1. [ U , C ] the small hard seeds of food plants such as …

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  • GO — / gəʊ; NAmE goʊ/ verb , noun ■ verb ( goes / gəʊz; NAmE goʊz/ went / went; NAmE / …

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  • AGAINST — / əˈgenst; NAmE ; əˈgeɪnst/ preposition HELP NOTE : For the special uses of against in phrasal verbs, look at …

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  • GRAIN — grain /ɡreɪn/ BrE AmE noun [ Date: 1200-1300 ; Language: Old French ; Origin: Latin granum 'seed' ] 1 . …

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  • AGAINST — a ‧ gainst S1 W1 /əˈɡenst, əˈɡeɪnst $ əˈɡenst/ BrE AmE preposition [ Date: 1300-1400 ; Origin: againes 'against' (11-16 …

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  • GRAIN — n. & v. --n. 1 a fruit or seed of a cereal. 2 a (collect.) wheat or any allied grass …

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  • AGAINST — prep. 1 in opposition to (fight against the invaders; am against hanging; arson is against the law). 2 into collision …

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  • GRAIN — n. & v. n. 1 a fruit or seed of a cereal. 2 a (collect.) wheat or any allied grass …

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  • AGAINST — prep. 1 in opposition to (fight against the invaders; am against hanging; arson is against the law). 2 into collision …

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  • GRAIN — n. & v. --n. 1. a fruit or seed of a cereal. 2 a (collect.) wheat or any allied grass …

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  • AGAINST — prep. 1. in opposition to (fight against the invaders; am against hanging; arson is against the law). 2 into collision …

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  • GRAIN — ( grains) Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English. 1. A grain of wheat, …

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  • AGAINST — Frequency: The word is one of the 700 most common words in English. Note: In addition to the uses shown …

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  • GRAIN — noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES go against the grain (= are not what I would normally choose to do ) …

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  • AGAINST — preposition COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES against all odds (= despite something seeming very unlikely ) ▪ Against all odds, he …

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  • AGAINST — (TOUCHING) [preposition] - next to and touching or being supported by (something)It would save space if we put the bed …

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  • AGAINST — adv. butt against inveigh against over against rise against

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  • AGAINST — adv. Function: preposition 1 directly opposite FF1C; stood against the crowd and shouted for order FF1E; Synonyms: contra, facing, fronting, …

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  • AGAINST — preposition 1. directly opposite stood against the crowd and shouted for order Synonyms: contra, facing, fronting, over against, toward, vis-à-vis …

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  • AGAINST — • ↑ as against • ↑ be against • ↑ be against/be opposed to • ↑ come up against • …

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  • GO — n. 25B6; verb he's gone into town : MOVE, proceed, make one's way, advance, progress, pass; walk, travel, journey; poetic/literary …

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  • AGAINST — adv. 25B6; preposition a number of delegates were against the motion : OPPOSED TO, in opposition to, hostile to, averse …

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  • AGAINST — предл. 1) значение нахождения на определенном месте, в определенной позиции а) прямо напротив, лицом к, перед чем-л. тж. over against …

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  • AGAINST — against.ogg əʹge(ı)nst prep указывает на 1. противодействие чему-л. или несогласие с чем-л. 1> против to fight against smb., smth. - …

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  • GRAIN — 1) зерно; кристалл; гранула; песчинка; крупинка 2) гранулировать; зернить 3) кристаллизоваться 4) текстура 5) (фото)эмульсионное зерно 6) зернистость 7) волокно …

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  • GRAIN — 1) зерно; кристалл; гранула; песчинка; крупинка 2) гранулировать; зернить 3) кристаллизоваться 4) текстура 5) (фото)эмульсионное зерно 6) зернистость 7) волокно (древесины) 8) бумажное волокно, бумажная фибра 9) мн. …

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  • GRAIN — 1) гранула; крупинка; частица 2) гранулярность; зернистость || зернистый 3) зерно || кормить зерном 4) зерновой; злаковый 5) пылинка 6) шероховатость • at the grain boundaries — …

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  • GRAIN — grain сущ.1) а) зерно; хлебные злаки to grow grain — выращивать зерно to store grain — хранить зерно Farmers raise …

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  • AGAINST — against предл.1) значение нахождения на определенном месте, в определенной позиции а) прямо напротив, лицом к, перед чем-л. тж. over against …

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    Against the grain meaning

    Meaning of against the grain Against the grain

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    Idioms sayings in english meaning and definition Meaning of against the grain :

    If doing something goes against the grain, you're unwilling to do it because it contradicts what you believe in, but you have no real choice.

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    What does - against the grain - mean, Lyrics Translate

    what does "against the grain"mean ?

    I would like to learn what does "against the grain" mean in agalloch's song " Our fortress is burning "

    Can you explain me what does "agains the grain" mean in second and in the last line

    Agalloch-our fortress is burning

    -The god of man is a failure

    -Our fortress is burning against the grain of the shattered sky

    -Charred birds escape from the ruins and return as cascading blood

    -Dying bloodbirds pooling, feeding the flood

    -The god of man is a failure

    -And all of our shadows are ashes against the grain

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    Against the grain means in front of a background that is textured with grains (like wood has grains). The grains here are the colours of the shattered sky

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    Evfokas,thank you for your explanation.

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    Against the grain means in front of a background that is textured with grains (like wood has grains). The grains here are the colours of the shattered sky

    "Against the grain" is usually much deeper -- a reference to "going against what's normal". The lyrics you quoted sound like the general population is believing in God, but the person singing says that "(G/g)od is a failure". So this is "against the grain" -- contrary to what everyone else believes. So because they don't believe in the same god, they have suffered (ashes, fortress burning). I looked up the lyrics. for me, I wouldn't say they are admitting they were wrong, but maybe saying, "because we believed in something contrary to the others, we suffered."

    That depth of the interpretation is up to you. But I'm a native English-speaker, so hopefully this enlightened you about the phrase itself.

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    Against the grain comes from carpentry. If you move your plane or chisel in the direction of the grain of the wood it will cut smoothly, but if you move it across the grain or in the direction that the wood fibers slant deeper into the wood, it will cut jaggedly. The way this figure of speech is used in this song is very strange-- it doesn't really make sense. I would have to assume it's either poetry, or bad English.

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    I'll stick to my first guess since the meaning going against the current for "against the grain" is used with a verb expressing movement (or at least action), so you can go, run, work, think etc against the grain but you don't burn, suffer etc against the grain

    So I'm interpreting against the grain literally like in this image as 'against the grainy background' of the sky

    The shattered sky here probably indicates a larger scale destruction than the castle that's burning, so against the grain may as well mean here against a background of havoc

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    against the grain1. Across rather than with the direction of the fibers (as of wood or meat). * /He sandpapered the wood against the grain./ 2. So as to annoy or trouble, or to cause anger or dislike. Usually follows go . * /His coarse and rude ways… … Dictionary of American idioms

    against the grain1. Across rather than with the direction of the fibers (as of wood or meat). * /He sandpapered the wood against the grain./ 2. So as to annoy or trouble, or to cause anger or dislike. Usually follows go . * /His coarse and rude ways… … Dictionary of American idioms

    Against the Grain — may refer to:In broadcast media: * Against the Grain (TV series), 1993 NBC drama series with Ben Affleck * Against the Grain (radio program), an interview program on Pacifica Radio station KPFA, Berkeley, hosted by C.S. SoongIn music:* Against… … Wikipedia

    Against the grain — Grain Grain (gr[=a]n), n. [F. grain, L. granum, grain, seed, small kernel, small particle. See , and cf. , n., , the chick pea, , ] [1913 Webster] 1. A single small hard seed; a kernel, especially of … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

    Against the Grain — Studioalbum von Bad Religion Veröffentlichung 1990 Label Epitaph Records F … Deutsch Wikipedia

    Against The Grain — (album, 1990) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Against the Grain … Wikipédia en Français

    Against the grain — (album, 1990) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Against the Grain … Wikipédia en Français

    Against the Grain — Álbum de Bad Religion Publicación 23 de noviembre de 1990 Grabación mayo de 1990, en Westbeach Recorders, Hollywood, California Género(s) Pun … Wikipedia Español

    Against The Grain — это пятый альбом американской панк рок группа, Bad Religion. Обложки изображена по борьбе с насилием. Это одна функция,21st Century Digital Boy. Трек лист 1. Modern Man Graffin 1:58 2. Turn on the Light Gurewitz 1:24 3. Get Off Graffin 1:43 4.… … Википедия

    against the grain — If doing something goes against the grain, you re unwilling to do it because it contradicts what you believe in, but you have no real choice … The small dictionary of idiomes

    against the grain — against the natural way, rub the wrong way Some words go against the grain. Their spellings aren t natural … English idioms

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    wiseGEEK: What does "Against the Grain" Mean?

    To go against the grain means to go against the generally accepted practice, or societal norms, or simply something that is unpleasant. The phrase may be used in a number of different ways, such as in relation to someone else, or describing an action someone does not want to take. The phrase has been in use for centuries, but was widely popularized and set down in writing by William Shakespeare.

    The most common modern usage of this phrase is to describe something strongly against societal expectations. For example, one might say, "It went against the grain, letting your students call you by your first name, and now look at the consequences." In this sense, the phrase is almost exclusively used about someone else, and is nearly always used pejoratively.

    A slightly different usage might be to describe something that one needs to do, but that goes against one’s own inclinations. For example, someone might say, "I’m not one to go against the grain, but in this situation I had no choice." It is still used in a pejorative sense, but not as an accusation, more as an acceptance of a situation in which all choices are bad.

    Going against societal expectations is not necessarily a bad thing, and in many cases would be lauded. In these cases, however, a different idiom would usually be used. For example, they might say, "She always did march to the beat of her own drum." This has much the same meaning, but the connotations can be much more positive.

    In some cases, someone might not want to indicate a negative stance by saying that someone went against expectations, but he or she might not want to applaud the action either. In this case, a more neutral idiom would instead be employed. An example of this would be to say, "All roads lead to Rome." This means simply that there are many different ways of doing something, and that none are necessarily better than the other. One might also say, "It takes all kinds," which would similarly express a sort of acceptance of the fact that things are done differently by different people.

    Other idioms have a similar meaning to going against the grain. For example, people often speak of going against the current or against the tide to refer to the same opposition to societal norms. Or someone might talk about swimming up stream when going against those norms introduces hardship that needs to be overcome.

    The idiom itself comes from the real world, where planing wood against the grain leads to splinters and a surface that isn’t entirely smooth. The easiest way to plane a piece of wood is to do so with the grain, and this also results in the best final product. So planing would the other way indicates taking an action that is not only difficult, but also leads to a less desirable final product.

    Shakespeare first wrote the phrase down in his 1608 play Coriolanus. In it, the character of Sicinius, speaking with Brutus, says "Say, you chose him; More after our commandment than as guided; By your own true affections, and that your minds,; Preoccupied with what you rather must do; Than what you should, made you against the grain; To voice him consul: lay the fault on us."

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    6) I admire people who dare to go against the grain in order to achieve something. I think that complacency and acceptance of the norm cause much bigger problems than challenging standards and making new paths. If it weren't for a few individuals who chose to go against the grain, then we wouldn't have many of our modern inventions.

    5) There was a homeless family in my town that the community really wanted to banish from the street. No one wanted to help them by giving them shelter or money.

    My dad went against the grain and put them up in our guest house. Our neighbors were outraged. They thought these people were filthy thieves, but they were just adopting the opinion of the majority.

    These people had good hearts, but they had fallen on hard times. Once my dad gave them a place to stay and some new clothes, they were able to look presentable enough to go out and get jobs. They are now living on their own, and it's all because one man went against the grain of the community.

    4) @feasting – It's weird how against the grain shaving is painful along the bikini line but actually necessary and normal on your legs. Shaving with the grain there doesn't work nearly as well as going against it.

    Much the same can be said of certain professions. For example, a police officer would generally need to go with the grain. However, an artist or a writer would generate much more praise from the public for going against the grain and coming up with something entirely “out there.”

    3) Sometimes, literally going against the grain can be painful. When I shave against the grain along my bikini line, I end up with red bumps that are very tender.

    Likewise, doing some things against the grain can result in hurt feelings. If you are chastised by others for not sticking to the rules, then it can really bring on an ache inside you.

    2) When people feel that they are alone against the grain in something that they really feel is right, something that might be encouraging to know is that there's a psychological premise that as long as just one person stands up for something or in disagreement of something, it will help cause others to really think about what they believe and not just take sides based on popularity of opinions.

    1) Like so many things Shakespeare wrote, it went from being a random line in one of his lesser known plays to a standby idiom about people standing against what is considered acceptable or ordinary.Amazing the effect writers have on language in the time after them.

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