take\ off

take\ off
1. I
1) the handle of this door does not take off ручка [у] этой двери закреплена намертво
2) the horses took off лошади тронулись; the plane took off самолет взлетел
2. II
take off in some manner
1) the lid of this box takes off easily крышка ящика легко снимается
2) she took off at a run она сорвалась с места [и побежала]; the plane took off beautifully (easily, quickly, etc.) самолет взлетел красиво и т.д.; take off at some time when does the plane take off? когда вылетает самолет?
3. III
1) take off smb. /smb. off/ take yourself off! уходите прочь!, убирайтесь!; he decided to take himself off он решил уехать /удалиться/; take the people off уведите этих людей
2) take off smth. /smth. off/ take off the lid (the receiver, etc.) поднять /снять/ крышку и т.д.; take off everything унести /убрать/ все; the builders took off the roof строители сняли крышу; the wind took off the tents ветром снесло палатки
3) take off smth. /smth. off/ take a day (two days, a week, etc.) off взять отгул на один день и т.д.
4) take off smth. /smth. off/ I can't take off a penny я не могу снизить цену ни на один пенс; take off a leg отнять /ампутировать/ ногу; а cup of tea takes off the effects of weariness (seasickness, etc.) чашка чая снимает ощущение усталости и т.д.; breathing exercise for taking off fat дыхательное упражнение для похудения; take off the force of an argument сделать довод менее убедительным
5) take off smth. /smth. off/ take off one's overcoat (one's gloves, one's hat, one's shoes, etc.) снимать пальто и т.д.; take off one's clothes раздеться, снять с себя все /всю одежду/
6) take off smb. /smb. off/ the sniper took off the sentry снайпер снял часового
4. VII
take off smb. /smb. off/ to do smth. she took me off to see her garden она повела меня, чтобы показать свой сад
5. XI
1) be taken off the embargo (the ban, etc.) is taken off эмбарго и т.д. снято; be taken off at some time the train will be taken off next month со следующего месяца этот поезд будет отменен
2) be taken off by smb., smth. the child was taken off by kidnappers ребенка украли [с целью получить выкуп]; the crew (passengers, children, etc.) were taken off by sailors (by lifeboats, by tender, etc.) команду и т.д. сняли или вывезли моряки и т.д.
3) be taken off by smth. millions were taken off by the Black Plague миллионы людей погибли от чумы; he was taken off by apoplexy он умер от паралича
4) be taken off to some place he was taken off to prison его забрали /увели/ в тюрьму
5) id be taken off one's guard быть застигнутым врасплох
6. XVI
1) take off from some place the river takes off from this lake река вытекает из этого озера; he took off from here он начал с этого места
2) take off from some place take off from the strip (from the ground, from the lake, etc.) взлететь со взлетной полосы и т.д.; take off from the deck взлетать с палубы; take off from Vnukovo (from Croydon aerodrome, etc.) вылетать со Внуковского аэродрома /из Внукова/ и т.д.; take off for some place take off for the South (for Algeria, for California, etc.) вылетать на юг и т.д.
7. XXI1
1) take aft smb. /smb. off/ to some place take smb. off to the station (the man off to jail, her off to the country, etc.) увезти кого-л. на станцию и т.д. ; take him off to the garden уведите его в сад; take off smb., smth. /smb., smth. off/ from smth. take off survivors from a wreck снять потерпевших с обломков корабля; take off current from the main line отвести электричество от магистрали || not to take one's eyes off smb., smth. не отрывать глаз от кого-л., чего-л.; she never took her eyes off me она не спускала /не сводила/ с меня глаз; take smb.'s attention (smb.'s mind) off smb., smth. отвлекать чье-л. внимание (чьи-л. мысли) от кого-л., чего-л.
2) take off smb. /smb. off/ with smth. the sniper took the man off with one shot снайпер одним выстрелом снял солдата

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