1. I
a crowd (a bevy of girls, some people, a gang of workmen, a flock of starlings, etc.) are collecting народ /толпа/ и т. д. собирается
2. II
collect at some time dead leaves (rubbish, refuse, water, old letters, bills, receipts, etc.) collect soon (day by day, etc.) сухие листья и т. д. быстро и т. д. скапливаются /накапливаются/; collect somewhere collect here (there, everywhere, etc.) собираться здесь и т. д.
3. III
1) collect smb., smth. collect people (students, friends, a riotous crowd, scrap metal, the waste paper lying about, etc.) собирать людей и т. д.; collect examples (information, sample sentences, evidence, etc.) подбирать /подыскивать/ примеры и т. д.; have you collected all the data? у вас собран весь материал?; monitor, collect the test papers, please! староста, соберите контрольные [работы], пожалуйста!
2) collect smth. collect stamps (coins, books, autographs, birds' eggs, butterflies, minerals, etc.) собирать /коллекционировать/ марки и т. д.
3) collect smth. collect rent (taxes, membership dues, one's debts, etc.) собирать квартирную плату и т. д; the conductor collects the fares кондуктор. получает плату за проезд
4) collect smth. collect one's energies (one's powers, one's faculties, etc.) собраться с силами и т. д.; collect one's courage а) собраться с духом; б) собрать все свое мужество; collect one's thoughts /one's ideas, one's wits/ собраться с мыслями
5) collect smth., smb. coll. collect one's luggage (one's books, the children, etc.) забирать свои вещи и т. д).; he went to collect his suitcase он пошел за своим чемоданом; I'll collect you with the car at midday в полдень я за вами заеду на машине
4. IV
collect smth. in some manner collect smth. actively (eagerly, indiscriminately, etc.) активно и т. д. коллекционировать /собирать/ что-л.
5. XVI
1) collect in (before, etc.) smth. collect in the square (in the market-place, before the town hall, in the streets, etc.) собираться на площади и т. д.; they collected at the buscollectstop они собрались у автобусной остановки
2) collect from smb. collect from taxpayers (from all members, etc.) получать деньги с налогоплательщиков и т. д.; collect for smb., smth. he's collecting for the poor (for the Red Cross) он собирает деньги на бедных и т. д.
collect oneself he gave her a moment to collect herself он подождал минуту /немного/, пока она не взяла себя в руки
7. XXI1
1) collect smb., smth. in for smth. collect all the pupils in the big hall (a crowd in the market-place, etc.) собирать всех учеников в большом зале и т. д.; collect material for a dictionary собирать материал для словаря; collect contributions for a hospital собирать взносы на строительство больницы
2) collect smth. from smb. collect the eggs from the liens собирать яйца из-под кур; collect fees from patients получать гонорары от пациентов; collect membership dues from one's colleagues собирать членские взносы у своих коллег
3) collect smth. from smth., smb. coll. did you remember to collect your umbrella from the repair shop (from her place, from her, etc.)? ты не забыл зайти за своим зонтом в мастерскую и т. д.?
8. XXV
collect if... (when.., etc.) dust soon collects if a room is not swept every day если комнату не подметать каждый день, в ней быстро собирается пыль; а crowd soon collects when there's a street accident когда на улице происходит несчастный случай, быстро собирается толпа

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