as well as

не только, но и (встречается гораздо чаще, чем принятый у нас перевод а также)

What most impressed Alan Rusbridger, the Guardian's editor, and his colleagues - women as well as men — was how fluent Diana proved to be, how adept at handling awkward questions (Guardian). — ...произвело впечатление не только на мужчин, но и на женщин; как на мужчин, так и на женщин. (Возможны варианты: произвело впечатление на женщин, равно как и на мужчин (в не меньшей степени, чем на мужчин).)

...took a staunch conservative, Dean Edwin N. Griswold of the Harvard Law School, to explain that the Fifth Amendment was there to protect the innocent as well as the guilty. — ...потребовалось веское слово консерватора, ..., чтобы доказать, что пятая поправка к Конституции США (содержащая ряд процессуальных гарантий, в частности право обвиняемого или свидетеля отказаться свидетельствовать против себя, см. to take the fifth) защищает интересы не только виновных, но и — в не меньшей мере — невиновных граждан.


The English annotation is below. (English-Russian). 2003.

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