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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
wade in/into (inf)
1. ввязаться (в спор, драку); наброситься, накинуться, атаковать
Quite fearless, he was prepared to wade into the whole crowd. The speaker really waded into the government's lack of action on housing, didn't he? When Bill had heard Jim's argument, he waded in and took it apart.
2. погрузиться/окунуться в работу; энергично взяться за дело
She waded into that pile of correspondence. The house was a mess after the party, but mother waded in and soon had it cleaned again.
wear out
1. износить(ся), снашивать(ся)
Helga threw away that dress because she had worn it out. This cheap leather wears out so quickly.
2. выматывать(ся), изматывать (ся)
Playing with children really wears me out. Why do I feel worn out after an ordinary day's work at the office?
wolf down
1. приговорить (о еде); уминать, уплетать
I wolfed down an enormous meal. That boy wolfed down the whole cake, while my back was turned!
   
wade through (inf)
1. пропахать (прочитать массу материала); осилить, одолеть
I have some legal documents to wade through before the discussion tomorrow. I shan't be home for dinner. I'm still wading through all those urgent letters.
wear through
1. проноситься до дыр
The seat of his pants was worn through. When holes began to wear through the soles of my shoes we went downtown to select a new pair
work in
1. ввернуть, вставить (в речь)
The lecturer managed to work in a few anecdotes to brighten his talk. Try to work in a few jokes when you are preparing your speech.
   
wait out
1. пережидать
They waited out the war in Paris. We waited out the storm all night, and made our way into the harbour in the morning.
weasel out (of) (Am)
1. уклониться, избежать
I'm so tired I think I'm going to weasel my way out of going to that meeting this afternoon. I'd love to weasel out of serving on the board.
work out
1. тренироваться, качаться
After working out at the fitness center, I feel like a new man! The famous actor keeps fit by working out for an hour every morning.
2. сработать; оказаться (не)удачным
I wonder if their marriage will work out. Did your plan work out? The arrangement worked out rather badly for Leo.
   
walk (all) over smb
1. воду возить на к-л (перегружать работой); сесть на шею
The manager had walked all over Ann for months. Finally she quit. Jill is so friendly and helpful that people walk over her.
while away
1. коротать (время)
It was a beautiful day and we whiled away the hours in the garden. Jane whiles the time away by daydreaming.
work over (sl)
1. отметелить, отдубасить, избить, ограбить
When they had worked him over for some minutes, they left him for dead, and escaped. Matthew was worked over by the hoodlums in the park right after midnight.
   
walk away/off with
1. прикарманить; уйти, прихватив чужое
It looks like somebody walked off with my textbook. Someone got in and walked off with the jewels while we were out.
2. легко/без труда одержать победу
We expected a tough opponent, but to his surprise he walked away with first place. Our team walked off with the championship.
whip round (inf)
1. заскочить, забежать, сбегать, сгонять
Whip round to the corner shop and buy a sliced loaf, will you? I can whip round to your place after work and collect the papers that I need for tomorrow.
2. скинуться (о деньгах)
Claire's leaving to have her baby next week so Sheila's whipping round to raise enough for a nice having present. All the girls in the office whipped round to give Mary a wedding present.
work smb out
1. раскусить, разгадать, понять
I just can't work you out, you never seem to enjoy anything. Sometimes she seems friendly and sometimes she won't speak to me. I just can't work her out.
   
walk out on smb
1. порвать с к-л, бросить к-л
He's walked out on his wife. You walk out on smb can't walk out on your family at a time like this.
whip up (inf)
1. сварганить; состряпать
She can whip up a dress in an afternoon. I could whip up a salad, if you like.
2. разжечь, воодушевить; завести
The reporters whipped up sympathy with stories of pensioners dying from the cold. The speaker soon whipped the crowd up until they were ready to march.
work up
1. пробудить, подогреть (чувства, интерес)
The television show worked up my interest in the Civil War. Don't mention the letter to her, I don't want her to work up any false hopes.
   
walk over
1. с легкостью победить
We walked over them in that practice game, but I don't know how we'll do in the real thing. The horse walked over in the third race.
whistle for
1. попрощаться (с мыслью о ч-л)
I've reminded Trevor three times that he still owes me money, but as far as he's concerned I can whistle for it. J I'm not prepared to use any of the firm's money to pay this man; let him whistle for his money!
worm into (Am)
1. втереться, обманом войти в доверие
He tried to worm into her confidence.
   
want for
1. нуждаться, испытывать нужду
They don't earn much money, but their children want for nothing. I'll see that you want for nothing while you attend college.
whittle away/down
1. свести на нет
This may whittle away our liberties. They were slyly whittling down the power of the Corleone family.
worm out (of)
1. выудить (секрет, информацию)
He didn't want to tell me the truth but I finally wormed it out of him. She succeeded in worming the secret out of me.
   
want out (Am inf)
1. выйти из игры, отказаться от ч-л; бросить
If you want out, right now, just say so, and I'll understand. I can't stand this job a minute longer, I want out!
whoop it up (inf)
1. гудеть (шумно гулять, веселиться)
After exams they decided to whoop it up at their apartment. John's friends really whooped it up at his bachelor party.
write off
1. махнуть рукой, сбросить со счетов (считать неудачным, бесполезным)
He was written off by his family as a failure, so they were surprised when he passed all his, exams and went to university. They wrote their marriage off years ago, I don't know why they still stay together.
   
warm up
1. разогреть/подготовить (публику)
He was good at warming up an audience for the main speaker. Before the show starts, we have a man who tells jokes to warm up the crowd.
wig out (Am sl)
1. взвыть, быть вне себя (от гнева); прыгать до потолка (от радости)
He'll wig out when he gets the bill for that party. She'll wig out when she reads the letter!
     
warm up to
1. расположить к себе, подружиться; проникнуться
It takes an hour or so for some children to warm up to strangers. As he warmed up to his subject, Tom forgot his bashfulness.
wind down
1. расслабиться, успокоиться, утихомириться
You'll be able to wind down now that all the election excitement is over. The football crowds don't wind down after a good game until they're nearly home.
     
wear away/down
1. сноситься,стоптаться; стереться
The heels of your shoes are worn down on one side. The letters on this gravestone have worn away with time.
wind up (inf)
1. заводить(ся)
This man is specially employed to wind up the crowd ready to be influenced by our speaker. Don't get so wound up, there's nothing to get excited or nervous about!
2. приводить в порядок
Fred wound up his business and personal affairs before joining the Navy. She had to wind up her affairs before she could move.
3. заключить, завершить, закончить
Today we'll wind that deal up with the bank. I have a few items of business to wind up; then I'll be with you.
     
wear down
1. изматывать, утомлять
These night calls are wearing me down.
2. взять на измор, сломить, уломать
Her constant nagging about getting a new car wore down his resistance. The first time he asked for a date, she refused; but he finally wore her down.
wink at
1. закрыть глаза на ч-л
If you continue to come to work late, I won't be able to wink at it. Many of the teachers wink at the boys' secret smoking.
     
wear off
1. улетучиться, утихнуть, ослабеть, пройти (о боли, чувствах)
By the next afternoon the shock had worn off. My headache isn't serious. It will wear off after an hour or so.
winkle out
1. откопать, раскопать; выудить
After much searching, I was able to winkle out a real old suit of armour for the play. Can you try your best to winkle the secret list out of the director?
     
wear on
1. тянуться, длиться, продолжаться
As the night wore on, the absence of electricity made matters worse. The meeting wore on all afternoon. I Winter wore on slowly as he waited for his return.
wipe out
1. стереть (с лица земли); уничтожить; убить
Floods are devastating and can wipe out a whole town. Sources say hundreds of civilians were killed and entire villages wiped out. The gangsters threatened to wipe him and his family out.
     
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.