take\ down

take\ down
1. III
take down smth. /smth. down/
1) take down a picture снять картину [со стены]; they took down the Christmas decorations они сняли рождественские украшения; take down a curtain опустить /спустить/ штору или занавес; take down a flag приспустить флаг; take down one's hair распустить волосы
2) take down a wall (a house, a fence, etc.) сносить стену и т.д.; take a machine down разобрать машину; take down tents сняться с лагеря; take down a crane (a bridge, etc.) демонтировать кран и т.д.
3) take down a draught of water (a doze of medicine, etc.) проглотить /выпить/ глоток воды и т.д.
4) take down his name and address (an answer, his speech, what he says, etc.) записать его имя и адрес и т.д.; take down notes делать записи /заметки/; take down the minutes вести протокол
2. IV
take down smth. /smth. down/ in some manner take down the speech (the lecture, her report, etc.) briefly (quickly, word by word, etc.) кратко и т.д. записать речь и т.д.
3. XI
be taken down
1) the house was taken down дом разрушили /снесли/
2) his words were taken down все, что он говорил, записали
3) id he needs to be taken down с него надо сбить спесь
4. XXI1
1) take down smth. from smth. take down a pot of jam from the shelf (a book from the top shelf, etc.) достать с полки банку джема и т.д.
2) take dawn smth. /smth. down/ in (from) smth. take his name down in one's notebook записать его имя в свою записную книжку; take the speech down in shorthand застенографировать речь; take down the letter from his dictation записать письмо под его диктовку

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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