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Англо-русский словарь идиом и фразовых глаголов.

Англо-русский словарь фразовых глаголов с примерами употребления.

A B C D E F G [H] I J K L M N O P R S T W Z
hack into
1. взломать (компьютерную систему)
A student had managed to hack into some top secret government data.
head out (inf)
1. отправиться/трогаться в путь
I have a long way to go before dark. I'm going to head out. When do you head out again?
hop over (inf)
1. махнуть, рвануть куда-нибудь
Let's hop over to Paris for the weekend.
   
ham up (inf)
1. переигрывать (играть с нажимом/неестественно)
The play was going fine until Bob got out there and hammed up his part. She would be a better performer if she didn't ham up every song!
hear from
1. получить весточку
I haven't heard from my daughter in two weeks. Very occasionally I hear from her.
horn in
1. встрять, вмешаться (в разговор)
She had the bad habit of horning in while someone else was talking. Who asked you to horn in?
   
hammer out
1. выработать, добиться, прийти (к решению/соглашению)
They managed to hammer out a solution that would be acceptable to both parties. They will be in trouble unless we actually sit down together and hammer out an agreement for (ho future.
hiss off
1. освистать, ошикать (актера, представление)
After only five minutes the actor was hissed off by an angry crowd who demanded their money back.
hunt up
1. выкопать, откопать (найти), раздобыть
The staff there aren't very good at hunting up information for you. These are very interesting statistics. Where did you hunt them up?
   
hand it to (inf)
1. отдать должное
You have to hand it to them, they're wonderful entertainers. You have to hand it to Jim, he is very careful and hardworking in everything he does.
hit it off (inf)
1. поладить, прийтись по душе, закорешиться (подружиться)
They had hit it off from the first evening. My mother-in-law and Tom didn't hit it off. How nice that the two girls hit it off so well
hush up
1. замять, замалчивать, не разглашать
The president tried to hush up the fact that his advisers had lied. They tried to hush up the damaging details.
   
hand over (to)
1. отдать бразды правления, передать управление
When Mr Jones gets old, he will hand over his business to his son. He decided to hand the store over to his children.
hit on/upon
1. осенить; наткнуться, набрести (об открытии, решении)
Tired of letting the cat in and out, he hit on the idea of cutting a hole in the door. He's hit upon a new sales method. It's very effective.
     
hang around (inf)
1. болтаться, слоняться, шляться
Not everyone on campus is a student, some are just hanging around. Every afternoon they could be found hanging around the mall.
hold against , hold it against
1. затаить обиду, иметь зуб на К-Л
She backed right into his new car, so he's bound to hold it against her. I He's a good friend of mine. He won't hold it against us.
     
hang out (inf)
1. болтаться, ошиваться, тусоваться
If he continues to hang out with that group of tough boys, he will eventually end up in jail. He spends a lot of time hanging out with friends.
2. обитать; жить
I've found a place downtown, and I'll be hanging out there beginning next week. Where's Denis hanging out these days?
hold back
1. утаивать, держать в тайно, скрывать
The research findings have been held back long enough They should be published. We must hear the whole story, don't hold anything back.
     
hang up
1. повесить трубку
I don't know what happened. She just hung up in the middle of the conversation! Carol's mother told her she had talked long enough on the phone and made her hang up.
hold forth
1. распространяться, разглагольствовать
He was busy holding forth on the pleasures of travel Barbara loved to hold forth on the latest discoveries in astronomy
     
happen on/upon (old-fash)
1. наткнуться на ч-л/к-л; случайно обнаружить
I happened on this jade ornament in a little side street in Bangkok. Mr Simpson and I happened on one another in the bank last week.
hold off
1. отложить, отсрочить, подождать с ч-л
Jack held off paying for the television set until the dealer fixed it. Let's hold off until we know more.
2. сторониться, держаться подальше
Perkins was a scholarly man who held off from people. Mary tends to hold off from people who try to be friendly too suddenly.
     
harp on
1. твердить, бубнить, заводить волынку
He always harps on the fact that the young generation differs from the old one. My Grandfather still harps on the death of his eldest son, all those years ago.
hold on
1. не вешать трубку, подождать у телефона
Mr Jones asked me to hold on while he spoke to his secretary. Do you mind holding on while I find out?
     
have it in for (Am inf)
1. иметь зуб на к-л, затаить злобу/ обиду
George has it in for Bob because Bob told the teacher that George cheated in the examination. Ever since he called the police about their dog, the neighbours have had it in for Tom.
hold on/out
1. продержаться, выстоять, держаться до конца
The strikers held on for six weeks before agreeing to arbitration. The town was surrounded by the enemy and the citizens did not know if they could hold on until help arrived. \ They could either surrender or hold out, risking starvation or death at the hands of the soldiers. How long can the enemy hold out?
     
have smb on
1. разыгрывать к-л, подшучивать над к-л; дурачить, морочить голову
Uncle Bruce said I would get $1,000 for my old car, but I know he was having me on. I think he was having me on. I didn't like to ask.
hold out on smb (sl)
1. скрыть, держать в секрете, утаивать
John knew that the family would go to the beach on Saturday, but he held out on his brother. Why didn't you tell me at once instead of holding out on me?
     
have smth out , have it out (Am)
1. поговорить начистоту, выяснить отношения
It's time you had the whole matter out with Ruth. Just tell each other the truth. Joe called Bob a bad name, so they went back of the school and had it out. Joe got a bloody nose and Bob got a black eye.
hold over
1. повременить с ч-л, отложить
Let's hold over discussion of this problem until our next meeting. The concert was held over till the next week because of the singer's illness.
     
head for
1. направиться
We had decided to head for Miami. I headed for the door.
hold up
1. ограбить (угрожая оружием)
That bank has been held up three times. The criminals held up the train and took all the passengers' money.
2. тормозить, задерживать (дело)
The office manager's absence is holding up everything. The building of the new road has been held up by bad weather.
3. застрять (в дорожной пробке)
Sorry I'm late. I was held up by the traffic. We were held up on the road by a nasty traffic accident.
4. держать себя в руках, сохранять спокойствие
The grieving mother held up for her children's sake. How does he hold up under such a responsibility?
     
head off
1. уклониться, избежать, предотвратить
I knew he would try to head off awkward questions about his past. You will have to speak to both groups of men quickly if you want to head off a nasty disagreement.
hold with (usu negative)
1. косо смотреть, не одобрять
She doesn't hold with people living together before they're married. I don't hold with any kind of blood sport.
     
Сокращения используемые в таблице
adj adjective Am American derog derogatory fig figuratively Fr French inf informal
n noun smb sumebody v verb
adv adverb attr attributive esp especially folk folksy humor humorously Lat Latin old-fash old-fashioned smth something к-л кто-либо, кого-либо. кому-либо
affect affectionalel bibl biblical
facet facetiously form formal imper imperative lit literary
sl slang usu usually ч-л что либо, чего-либо, чему-либо
Литература
Шитова Л.Ф.,Брускина Т.Л. English Idioms and Phrasal Verbs.Англо-русский словарь идиом и фразовых глаголов -3-е издание. 2005.-256с.