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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
land with (inf)
1. нагрузить, навязать, навесить на к-л )
I've been landed with the conference organization! You landed us with that awful Hector whom I'd never seen in my life.
let smb in for
1. впутать(ся), обречь на ч-л
You don't realize, darling, what you've let me in for. We stood in front of this awful hotel and thought, what have we let ourselves in for?
look smb up and down
1. смерить взглядом; оглядеть/ осмотреть с ног до головы
The policeman looked the drunk man up and down very deliberately before replying to his question. They looked the new boy up and down.
   
lap up (inf)
1. поглощать, жадно впитывать; упиваться
The singer laps up admiration from the public. \ William is interested in rockets and space, and he laps up all he can read about them.
let up
1. сойти на нет, стихнуть, ослабеть, спасть
It has rained for three days without letting up. Day followed day and still the heat did not let up. Mother thought the pain would never let up.
look through
1. пробежать (глазами)
If you have revision notes you may find it helpful to look through them on the morning of the examination. Looking through a magazine in the doctor's waiting room, I found a photograph of my own daughter's wedding.
2. в упор не видеть
I said good morning but she looked straight through me and walked on. They looked straight through him.
3. видеть насквозь
Every time I try to fool him he looks through my tricks.
   
latch on to (inf)
1. таскаться за к-л, прицепиться, прилипнуть, пристать, увязаться, не отходить от к-л
My talkative neighbour latched on to me throughout the party - I couldn't get away. Just as he was about to leave, he was latched on to by a girl he'd met that morning.
2. ухватить, понять, уловить (смысл)
Carol quickly latched on to how the sewing machine works. The teacher makes a lot of jokes to amuse his students, but they rarely latch on to them.
lie in
1. валяться в постели On Sunday mornings
I always lie in. It's so nice at the weekends to have a chance to lie in.
look to
1. рассчитывать, полагаться на к-л
I have told you the rules. I look to you to obey them. The child looks to his mother to cure his hurts.
   
lay into smb
1. напуститься, наброситься на к-л (с кулаками или руганью)
She knew that Annie had laid into Brian for his tactlessness. I was going to lay into her but the other two girls grabbed my arms.
light on/upon
1. набрести, наткнуться, случайно обнаружить
John was delighted to light on a new solution to the problem. We were following the path when suddenly we lit upon a cave.
look up
1. идти на лад/на поправку (о делах, погоде)
How's business? - Oh, things are looking up. I just got a lot of new orders. Business has been very bad lately but things are beginning to look up now. \ The weather's looking up at last.
   
lay off (inf)
1. оставить в покое, кончать, перестать
They had warned him to lay off, but he'd kept cutting in just the same. Lay off, can't you! Can't you see he's had enough ?
2. снять, отстранить от работы, уволить
500 workers were laid off when the factory was closed after the fire. The company lost the contract for making the shoes and laid off half its workers.
live down
1. загладить, искупить, заслужить прощение
Sandra called her principal the wrong name at the banquet, and she thought she would never live it down. I'm afraid I'll never live down that tactless remark I made.
look up to smb
1. почитать, уважать, обожать к-л
The students look up to you and admire you. The students really looked up to Mr Jones.
   
lay out (inf sl)
1. отчитать, отругать
The director laid Jim out for being late again. She laid me out for breaking the vase.
2. выкладывать (деньги), раскошелиться
Some people might be too hard up midweek to lay out large sums. How much did you have to lay out for your new car?
3. вырубить (свалить с ног сильным ударом)
With one blow he laid his attacker out. Three of the enemy were laid out at once.
live it up
1. жить на широкую ногу, кутить; прожигать жизнь
After receiving a large inheritance, Bob and Alice began to live it up. She used to live it up, but since she lost all her money all she can afford is window-shopping.
lounge about/around
1. слоняться (без дела/цели), околачиваться
She saw some people who were lounging about, apparently with nothing to do. He had seen a couple of other men lounging around the house.
   
lead smb on (inf)
1. морочить голову, дурачить, водить за нос
She's just leading him on. She has a serious boyfriend at home. Ted led us on to believe that he was a world traveller, but we found out that he had never been outside our state.
live off smb
1. сидеть на шее
Roland had not worked for two months when I met him, and had been living off his mother. Although Eric is 40 years old, he has no job and continues to live off his elderly parents.
     
lead up to
1. клонить, подводить к ч-л
I know what he's leading up to. He wants you to lend him some money. Be careful how to lead up to mentioning a possible pay rise with your employer.
live up to
1. оправдать (надежды, ожидания); быть на уровне
It was clear that the lazy student would never live up to his family's expectations. So far as he could, John had always tried to live up to the example he saw in Lincoln.
     
leak out
1. просочиться (об информации)
News of their engagement leaked out just before Christmas. The news of his appointment leaked out before it was officially made known.
look after
1. присматривать, ухаживать, заботиться
If you look after your new shoes, they will last longer. Who will look after the children while we go out to work?
     
lean on smb (inf)
1. нажать, надавить на к-л
Film production is an enormously competitive business, so the producers lean on the writers. The gangsters were leaning on storekeepers to pay them protection money. I would gladly do what you ask if you only stopped leaning on me so hard!
2. рассчитывать, полагаться
He's leaning on me for help. You have to make your own way in the world, and not lean on your father for the rest of your life.
look down on/upon
1. смотреть свысока, относиться презрительно, высокомерно; не одобрять
Mary looked down on her classmates because she was better dressed than they were. Women have grown tired of being looked down on by employers. The school looks down on such behaviour.
     
leave out
1. опускать, пропускать, исключать (из планов и т.д.)
I'm aware that we've had to leave out much interesting and important work. This sentence doesn't make sense; a key word has been left out.
look for
1. искать
Fred spent all day looking for a job. The police and look forward to the villagers are out in the woods, looking for the missing child.
2. рассчитывать, ожидать
The frost killed many oranges, and housewives can look for an increase in their price. Bob wouldn't go for a ride with the boys because he was looking for a phone call from Julia.
     
let/leave alone
1. оставить в покое
The plant will grow much better if you let it alone. Let that bag alone! It's not yours! When Joel gets mad, just leave him alone.
look forward to
1. предвкушать, с нетерпением ждать
Jim looked forward to the day when he could retire. I'm looking forward to their visit.
     
let down
1. подставить к-л, подвести, бросить в беде
You're so silly. You regularly let yourself down, don't you? I was depending on him but he let me down. I Never let your friends down.
look in on smb
1. заглянуть (в гости)
I'll look in on Francesca when I'm in Rome. I thought I'd look in on you while I was passing.
     
let on (inf)
1. разболтать, выдать секрет, признаться
Don't let on to Doris that we are going to the movies tonight. Don't let on we went to that dance.
2. сочинить, придумать, приврать, притвориться
He's not as rich as he lets on. He got the job by letting on that he had a lot of experience.
look into smth
1. расследовать, детально изучать, разобраться
The police are looking into last night's robbery. The committee must look into what hospital conditions exist for children.
     
let out (inf)
1. выпустить (сделать одежду длиннее, свободнее)
Mary's mother had to let out her dress because Mary is growing so tall. This coat needs to be let out across the shoulders.
2. наброситься (с кулаками или руганью)
Jim let out in all directions but his attackers were too strong for him. Once he gets angry, he lets out at anyone who opposes him.
3. проговориться, проболтаться
I'll never tell you another secret if you let this one out. I thought it was a secret - who let it out?
look out on
1. выходить (окнами)
Their rear windows look out on a lovely garden. The castle looked out on the distant forest.
     
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.