throw\ away

throw\ away
1. III
throw away smth. /smth. away/
1) throw away useless things (a card, a letter, old shoes, stale food, etc.) выбрасывать /выкидывать/ ненужные вещи и т.д.; don't throw away the newspaper: I haven't read it yet не выбрасывайте газету: я еще не прочел ее
2) throw money away тратить деньги впустую; he simply threw away his fortune он просто промотал свое состояние; don't say any more to him, it's throwing away words не говорите ему больше ничего, не тратьте впустую слов; throw away one's life загубить свою жизнь
3) throw away an advantage /one's advantages/ не воспользоваться [своим] преимуществом; this is your last chance! don't throw it away это для вас последняя возможность, не упустите ее
2. XI
be thrown away all his efforts were thrown away ace его усилия пропали даром /впустую/; а kind act is never thrown away доброе дело никогда не проходит бесследно; be thrown away (up)on smb. my advice was thrown away upon him мой совет он пропустил мимо ушей; the lesson will be thrown away on them этот урок пройдет для них впустую; she is thrown away on him он ее недостоин; kindness is thrown away upon him добротой его не проймешь /не возьмешь/
throw oneself away on smb. she has thrown herself away on him она вышла замуж за недостойного человека /за ничтожество/
4. XXV
throw oneself away if... you are throwing yourself away if you marry him ты загубишь свою жизнь, если выйдешь за него замуж

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