1. I
1) the plan (the attack, our efforts, his attempts, hard work, etc.) succeeded наш план и т.д. удачно осуществился /увенчался успехом/; an author (a writer, a composer, etc.) succeeded писатель и т.д. преуспел /добился успеха/; а book (a play, etc.) succeeded книга и т.д. имела успех; if you try you will succeed если вы приложите усилия, вы добьетесь своего
2) the right to succeed право наследования; on George VI's death, Elizabeth succeeded после смерти Георга на престол вступила Елизавета
2. II
succeed in some manner succeed rapidly (admirably, unexpectedly, etc.) быстро и т.д. добиться успеха /увенчаться успехом/; succeed financially (economically, commercially, etc.) оказаться успешным с финансовой точки зрения и т.д.
3. III
succeed smth. night succeeds day ночь сменяет день; day succeeds day день идет за днем, на смену одному дню приходит другой; one event succeeded another одно событие следовало за другим; agitation succeeded calm после покоя наступило оживление /волнение/; succeed smb. succeed one's father (the mayor, the king, etc.) быть /стать/ преемником своего отца и т.д.; а new cabinet will succeed the old новый кабинет сменит старый; he had no son to succeed him у него не было сына, который мог бы стать его наследником
4. XI
be succeeded by smth., smb. be succeeded by day (by night, by the flood, by silence, by calm, etc.) сменяться днем и т.д.; winter is succeeded by spring после зимы наступает /приходит/ весна, зима сменяется весной; as fast as one man was shot down he was succeeded by another как только падал одни боец, на его место тотчас же вставал /становился/ другой
5. XVI
1) succeed in smth. succeed in one's business (in one's undertaking, in one's work, in everything, in nothing, in one's plans, etc.) добиться успеха в своих делах и т.д., succeed in life преуспевать в жизни; succeed in an examination успешно сдать экзамен; I succeeded in my efforts (in my attempt, in my ambition, etc.) мои усилия и т.д. увенчались успехом; succeed with smb. methods of treatment that succeed with one person may not succeed with another методы лечения, хорошо действующие на одного человека, могут оказаться не эффективными для другого; he may be able to get his way with some people by the use of threats. but that kind of thing will not succeed with me у некоторых людей он, возможно, добивается своего угрозами, но со мной это не пройдет /но на меня угрозы не действуют/ || succeed beyond all (smb.'s) expectations успешно завершиться /иметь успех, быть удачным/ сверх ожиданий
2) succeed to smth. succeed to these years of war (to the stormy days of that period, etc.) последовать за годами войны и т.д.; succeed to a crown (to a title, to the family business, to a large property, to large fortune, etc.) наследовать /получить по наследству/корону и т.д.; по woman could succeed to the throne женщина не могла наследовать престол
succeed in doing smth. I succeeded in carrying out my plan (in drawing attention to smb., smth., in overcoming my enemy, in reaching the station in time, in getting him on the phone, in getting a job, in finding a cure for the common cold, in persuading him, in solving the problem, in limiting expenditure, etc.) мне удалось осуществить /провести в жизнь/ свой план и т.д., я добился осуществления /проведения в жизнь/ своего плана и т.д.; succeed in passing an examination успешно сдать экзамен; in seeking to be everything he succeeded in being nothing стремясь всего добиться, он не добился успеха ни в чем
7. XX1
succeed as smb. succeed as a doctor (as a teacher, as a solicitor, as a politician, etc.) достичь успеха в качестве врача и т.д. /на медицинском поприще и т.д./
8. XXI1
succeed smb. in smth. succeed smb. in the Premiership (in an estate, in a title, etc.) стать чьим-л. преемником на посту премьера и т.д.; who succeeded him in office? кто стал его преемником?
9. XXIV1
succeed smb. as smb. succeed smb. as Prime Minister (as poet laureate, as the holder of the office, etc.) стать преемником премьер-министра и т.д.
10. XXV
1) succeed if... you'll succeed if you try often enough ты добьешься успеха, если будешь настойчив в своих попытках
2) succeed when... an eldest son succeeds when a peer dies когда умирает пэр, титул наследует его старший сын; who will succeed when king Henry dies? кто взойдет на престол после смерти короля Генриха?

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