adopt

adopt
1. III
1) adopt smth. adopt a proposal (a bill, a resolution, certain measures, etc.) принимать /одобрить/ предложение и т. д; adopt a course of action принять линию поведения /тактику/
2) adopt smth. adopt a new theory (smb.'s teaching, smb.'s ideas, etc.) принимать новую теорию и т. д., соглашаться с новой теорией и т. д; adopt smb.'s views принять чью-л. точку зрения; we adopted their method мы переняли их метод; adopt a new mode of living начать [веста] новый образ жизни; you will have to adopt the customs of our country вам придется принять обычаи /жить по обычаям/ нишей страны; adopt a patronising attitude (a condescending manner) относиться покровительственно (снисходительно); adopt a superior tone разговаривать тинам превосходства
3) adopt smb. adopt a baby (a child, a neighbour's boy, a son, a daughter, etc.) усыновлять или удочерить младенца и т. д.
2. IV
1) adopt smth. in some manner adopt a proposal unanimously (vigorously, ceremoniously, etc.) единогласно и т. д. принимать предложение
2) adopt smb. in some manner adopt a child legally официально /законно/ усыновить или удочерить ребенка
3. XI
be adopted in some manner the term (the name, etc.) is widely (universally, etc.) adopted этот термин и т. д. широки и т. д. применится
4. XXI1
adopt smb. into smth. adopt smb. into one's family взять /принять/ кого-л. в свою семьи [как родного]

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • adopt — /ə däpt/ vt 1: to take voluntarily (a child of other parents) as one s own child esp. in compliance with formal legal procedures see also equitable adoption 2: to take or accept as if one s own [the company] adopt ed the signature on t …   Law dictionary

  • adopt — a‧dopt [əˈdɒpt ǁ əˈdɑːpt] noun [transitive] 1. if you adopt a new method, process etc, you start to use it: • All US companies are required to adopt the new standards. 2. MARKETING to start using a product, especially a new product, usually with… …   Financial and business terms

  • adopt — adopt; adopt·a·bil·i·ty; adopt·a·ble; re·adopt; …   English syllables

  • adopt — adopt, embrace, espouse mean in common to make one’s own what in some fashion one owes to another. One adopts something of which one is not the begetter, inventor, or author or which is not one’s own naturally {adopt the style of Swinburne}… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Adopt — A*dopt , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Adopted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Adopting}.] [L. adoptare; ad + optare to choose, desire: cf. F. adopter. See {Option}.] 1. To take by choice into relationship, as, child, heir, friend, citizen, etc.; esp. to take… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adopt — [v1] choose or take something as one’s own accept, adapt, affiliate, affirm, appropriate, approve, assent, assume, borrow, embrace, endorse, espouse, follow, go down the line*, go in for*, imitate, maintain, mimic, opt, ratify, seize, select,… …   New thesaurus

  • adopt — (v.) c.1500, a back formation from adoption or else from M.Fr. adopter or directly from L. adoptare take by choice, choose for oneself, select, choose (especially a child); see ADOPTION (Cf. adoption). Originally in English also of friends,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • adopt — ► VERB 1) legally take (another s child) and bring it up as one s own. 2) choose to take up or follow (an option or course of action). 3) Brit. choose as a candidate for office. 4) assume (an attitude or position). 5) formally approve or accept.… …   English terms dictionary

  • adopt — [ə däpt′] vt. [L adoptare < ad , to + optare, to choose] 1. to choose and bring into a certain relationship; specif., to take into one s own family by legal process and raise as one s own child 2. to take up and use (an idea, a practice, etc.) …   English World dictionary

  • adopt — [[t]ədɒ̱pt[/t]] ♦♦ adopts, adopting, adopted 1) VERB If you adopt a new attitude, plan, or way of behaving, you begin to have it. [V n] The United Nations General Assembly has adopted a resolution calling on all parties in the conflict to seek a… …   English dictionary

  • adopt — verb Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French or Latin; Middle French adopter, from Latin adoptare, from ad + optare to choose Date: 1500 transitive verb 1. to take by choice into a relationship; especially to take voluntarily (a child of… …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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