carry\ away

carry\ away
1. III
earn/ away smb. /smb. away / his speech (his conviction, her enthusiasm, her beauty, etc.) carried us away его речь и т. д. увлекла нас; when he starts to sing, he just carries you away когда он начинает петь, забываешь обо всем остальном
2. XI
be (get) curried away by (with) smth. he was carried away by the story (by the plot, by the music, etc.) рассказ и т. д. захватил его; he was carried away by her beauty ее красота заставила его потерять голову; he was carried away by his enthusiasm он находился во власти своего [собственного] воодушевления; he was carried away by his own (by her) eloquence его увлекло собственное (ее) красноречие; he was carried away by wounded pride он действовал под влиянием уязвленного самолюбия /уязвленной гордости/; he was carried away by his anger гнев ослепил его, он находился во власти гнева; he was carried away by temptation он поддался соблазну; I just got carried away with enthusiasm меня захватил [всеобщий] энтузиазм

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