1. I
there are lots of things left to discuss нужно обсудить еще массу вещей
2. III
discuss smth., smb. discuss smb.'s plans (a moot question, matters of importance, a lot of things, their neighbours, his brother, etc.) обсуждать чьи-л. планы и т. д., discuss literature спорить о литературе; discuss tax rates рассматривать вопрос о налогах
3. IV
discuss smth., smb. in some manner discuss smth., smb. calmly (heatedly, passionately, exhaustively, frankly, etc.) спокойно и т. д. обсуждать что-л.; we discussed him critically мы говорили о нем весьма критически; they discussed the girl maliciously они злобно сплетничали о девушке
4. XI
be discussed at some time the problem has not yet been discussed эту проблему еще не обсуждали; be discussed in some manner the matter was heatedly discussed это дело горячо обсуждалось; his behaviour was fully discussed его поведение разобрали / рассмотрели / со всех сторон
5. XXI1
discuss smth., smb. with smb. discuss smth., smb. with one's teacher (with their boss, with the family, etc.) обсуждать что-л., кого-л. со своим учителем и т. д., discuss smth. at smth. we discussed his proposal at a meeting (at a conference, at a symposium, at our talks, etc.) мы обсудили его предложение на собрании и т. д.; discuss smth., smb. over smth. discuss one's affairs (his behaviour, her husband, etc.) over tea (over dinner, over their knitting, etc.) обсуждать свой дела и т. д. за чаем и т. д.
6. XXV
discuss who... (what..., how..., etc.) discuss who should be invited (how smth. should be done, etc.) обсуждать, кого пригласить и т. д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • discuss — mid 14c., to examine, investigate, from L. discuss , pp. stem of discutere to dash to pieces, agitate, in L.L. and V.L. also to discuss, investigate (see DISCUSSION (Cf. discussion)). Meaning to examine by argument, debate is from mid 15c.… …   Etymology dictionary

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  • discuss — I verb agitare, air, analyze, argue for and against, argue the case, argue the point, bandy words, carry on a conversation, comment, comment upon, confabulate, confer, confer with, consider, consult, contend in words, contest, converse, debate,… …   Law dictionary

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  • discuss — ► VERB 1) talk about so as to reach a decision. 2) talk or write about (a topic) in detail. DERIVATIVES discussable adjective. ORIGIN Latin discutere dash to pieces (later investigate ) …   English terms dictionary

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  • discuss — di|scuss W1S3 [dıˈskʌs] v [T] [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: discussus, past participle of discutere to shake to pieces ] 1.) to talk about something with another person or a group in order to exchange ideas or decide something ▪ Littman… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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