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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P [R] S T W Z
rabbit on (about) (inf)
1. распространяться, разглагольствовать
He's always rabbiting on about his stamp collection. She keeps rabbiting on about her health.
rough in/out
1. накидать, набросать вчерне
He roughed out several plans for a merger. They roughed in where the doors would go without checking with the architect.
run smb in (inf)
1. замести; сцапать (посадить в тюрьму, арестовать
The police were to run him in, but he got away. ? You've no cause to run me in, I've done nothing!
rake in ,rake it in (inf)
1. грести деньги лопатой; зарабатывать бешеные деньги
They've got so many shops, they must be raking it in! Building firms in Saudi Arabia are raking it in at the moment. Too many people are raking in large profits from the housing market
round off
1. округлить
Rounding it off, I expect the new school addition will cost a million dollars. I round oil 8.789 to 9.
run through
1. промотать (истратить деньги)
The rich man's son quickly ran through his money. She ran through her allowance in no time.
rake up (inf)
1. ворошить прошлое; вытаскивать на свет
Why did they have to rake up those old stories? It was obviously very embarrassing for everyone concerned. Please, don't rake up that old quarrel.
rub in/into , rub it in (inf)
1. сыпать соль на рану; подчеркивать (ч-л неприятное)
How old are you, Mr Sharpe? - All right, no need to rub it in. I know I ruined the performance, there's no need to rub it in. She always rubs in the fact that she graduated with honours and I didn't.
2. вдалбливать/вбивать в голову; капать на мозги
The lesson of this sad story should be well rubbed in. Parents often try to rub into their children how much they owe to them.
rustle up (inf)
1. сварганить, сообразить ч-л поесть; раздобыть
We don't have much in the fridge, but I think I can rustle up something. I'll try and rustle you up something to eat. Can you rustle up some more players-two of the team are sick.
rat on (inf)
1. настучать на к-л, заложить к-л, донести на к-л
If they got caught, it wouldn't be because of Tom ratting on them. He ratted on his best friend to the police.
rub out (sl)
1. пришить, прикончить, убить
They threatened to rub him out if he didn't pay up. The gangsters rubbed out four policemen before they were caught.
rattle/reel off
1. оттарабанить (о выученном); выпалить одним духом
Listen to Mary rattle off those numbers. I was always good on history dates at school. I could reel dozens of them off. He could reel off the names of the capitals of Europe.
rub up (on) (Am)
1. освежить в памяти, повторить
I must rub up on my French before we leave for Paris.
rig out (inf)
1. нарядиться, вырядиться (в необычную одежду)
People came to the party rigged out as sailors, policemen, characters from stories. He had rigged himself out as a Red Indian.
run across
1. наткнуться, натолкнуться
Iran across an excellent book on the subject, in the public library. He had not seen him for two days when he ran across him at the Palace.
rig up
1. сварганить; слепить; наспех соорудить
Some of the men had rigged up tents with their ponchos. The first thing to do when you're shipwrecked is to rig up some kind of a shelter, and only afterwards look for food.
run away with
1. с легкостью выиграть/победить; обскакать, опередить
Her sister ran away with every prize at school. The film ran away with all the important awards. Our team ran away with the game in the last half.
2. захватить, увлечь(ся), дать волю чувствам
Now you're letting your imagination run away with you. The situation wasn't all that dangerous. They let their emotions run away with them.
rip into smb/smth
1. нападать, набрасываться на к-л; отчитывать, ругать, критиковать
This successful politician never fails to rip into his opponents, showing the weakness of their argument. She ripped into her opponent's voting record. Ripping into the student's paper seemed to give the instructor a diabolical pleasure.
run down (inf)
1. третировать, критиковать, пренебрежительно отзываться
Suzy ran down the club because the girls wouldn't let her join. I Don't run him down, he's a talented actor. Why are you always running your friends down?
2. изнурять, выматывать
In spite of my holiday in the sun, I've been run down recently. All these years of hard work have run Mrs Brown down severely.
3. сбить, наехать; повредить
The poor boy has been run down by a bus. The big ship had to take urgent action to avoid running down the little boat.
rip off (inf sl)
1. обобрать как липку; ограбить
Don't buy anything at that shop - I've been ripped off there a few times. Restaurants that use frozen fish and charge for "fresh caught fish" are ripping people off. ~ The hippies ripped off the grocery store.
run for it (sl)
1. уносить ноги, давать стрекача
Run for it, the police are coming! You'd better run for it before the teacher catches you.
roll in (inf)
1. нагрянуть, вваливаться (неожиданно приходить без приглашения)
Greg never says he's coming. He just rolls in when he feels like. He rolled in, smoking a fag.
2. укладываться спать It's time to roll in. We'll see you in the morning.
run in
1. заглянуть, забежать (повидаться)
If I have time, I'll run in to see Aunt Mary. Let's run in and see your relatives this afternoon.
roll on
1. бежать (о времени); быстро течь The years rolled on, but there was still no improvement in his health. Time's rolling on.
run into
1. наткнуться, столкнуться; наехать
You'll never guess whom I ran into on Fifth Avenue yesterday. Joe lost control of his bike and ran into a tree.
root about/around (inf)
1. копаться, рыться, шарить
Total strangers might steal everything, root about among your things. The inhabitants were nervous of having the bears rooting around their dustbins.
run off
1. настрочить; оттарабанить
After years of practice, he could run off a sermon in a couple of hours. I can run off the article that you want in a few days. He ran off the poem like a machine-gun, showing no understanding or sensitivity.
root for
1. болеть за к-л
Good luck in the interview - I'll be rooting for you. I've been rooting for you to get that promotion.
run out (of)
1. исчерпать запасы; иссякнуть, кончиться
The soldiers surrendered when their ammunition ran out. Do you, too, run out of money long before the next payday? I can't give you coffee, we've run out of it.
2. истекать, заканчиваться (о сроке)
The contract runs out at the end of the year and will have to be renewed. \Z Our renter's insurance ran out last month.
root out
1. искоренить, с корнем вырвать; истребить, покончить с ч-л
The government must make efforts to root out ineffective parts of the system. He was determined to root out corruption in his department.
run out on smb
1. бросить, оставить, покинуть к-л
You know me well enough to know I wouldn't run out on you. You can't run out on your family at a time like this.
rope in/into (inf)
1. уломать (уговорить)
Fiona has roped me in to serve the refreshments at the golf club annual meeting. The salesman tried to rope us into buying some worthless real estate.
run over
1. убежать (о приготовлении еды); перелиться через край
The soup ran over and made a mess of the stove top. Turn the tap off- the bath's running over.
2. прогнать, пройти (репетировать)
Let's run over the second act again. I You could hear the performers running over through the whole programme in the background.
3. пробежать (глазами), повторить, просмотреть
Just run over your notes, before the examination. Let's run over this new list of prices once more.
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
Шитова Л.Ф.,Брускина Т.Л. English Idioms and Phrasal Verbs.Англо-русский словарь идиом и фразовых глаголов -3-е издание. 2005.-256с.