1. III
state smth. state one's views (one's reasons, one's opinion, a problem, a hypothesis, a question, one's case, etc.) излагать свою точку зрения и т.д.; state your business изложите ваше дело; he stated all the facts он привел /сообщил/ все факты; state a rule (an answer, etc.) сформулировать правило и т.д.; state the time (the weight, etc.) указать /назвать/ время и т.д.
2. IV
state smth. in some manner state smth. plainly (clearly, distinctly, openly, very explicitly, laconically, emphatically, solemnly, officially, formally, briefly, etc.) заявлять /излагать/ что-л. ясно и т.д.; he stated it differently он изложил /сформулировал/ это совсем иначе
3. XI
be stated no precise time was stated точное время не было указано; be stated in some manner this condition was expressly stated это условие было специально оговорено; be stated to have done smth. he is stated to have been found утверждают, что его нашли; as stated somewhere as stated below (above, in the preceding chapter, etc.) как указывалось ниже и т.д.; it is stated that... it is stated that this law is universal (that there is no solution, etc.) указывается, что это всеобщий закон и т.д., it should be stated that there is no solution (that the law does not embrace all cases, etc.) следует отметить, что решения нет /решение не найдено/ и т.д.
4. XII
see (find, etc.) smth. stated I have seen (found) it stated я видел (нашел) сообщение об этом
5. XXI1
state smth. on smth. state one's opinion on the play (one's views on the subject, one's position on the case, etc.) излагать свое мнение о пьесе и т.д.; he stated it on oath он заявил об этом под присягой; state smth. in smth. state your name (your business, your address, etc.) in the space below укажите ниже свое имя и т.д.; state smth. with smth. state one's opinion with fervour (this law with great lucidity, one's position with complete frankness, etc.) с пылом /пылко/ выражать свое мнение и т.д.
6. XXV
state that... state that he had never seen the man (that she had been robbed, that-arrangements are complete, that he heard it, etc.) заявлять /утверждать/, что он никогда не видел этого человека и т.д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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