1. I
it is time to dress пора одеваться; she is dressing она одевается
2. II
dress in some manner dress quickly (smartly, elegantly, fashionably, simply, carelessly, badly, dowdily, etc.) одеваться быстро и т.д.
3. III
1) dress smb., smth. dress 'a child (a baby, a doll, etc.) одевать ребенка и т.д. .; dress one's wife and daughters одевать жену и дочерей
2) dress smb., smth. dress actors шить костюмы для актеров; dress a play делать костюмы для спектакля
3) dress smth. dress shop windows (streets, etc.) оформлять витрины и т.д. ., dress a ship а) расцвечивать корабль (флагами); б) USA поднять государственные флаги на корабле: dress smb.'s hair делать кому-л. прическу; dress plants подрезать /подстригать/ растения: dress a salad (the vegetables, etc.) заправлять салат и т.д. .: dress a dish гарнировать блюдо
4) dress smth. dress food готовить продукты к варке; dress a chicken потрошить цыпленка; dress leather выделывать кожу; dress stone шлифовать /обрабатывать/ камень; dress the ground (the field) подготавливать почву (поле); dress a wound перевязать рану
4. IV
dress smb. in some manner he can't dress himself properly он не может как следует одеваться
5. XI
be (get) dressed at some time are you dressed yet? ты уже одет /готов/?; at last she got dressed наконец, она была готова /одета/; be dressed in some manner he was plainly /simply/ (richly, faultlessly, etc.) dressed он был просто и т.д. одет; be dressed to do smth. he was dressed to go out walking он был одет, чтобы идти на прогулку /гулять/; be dressed in smth. be dressed in furs (in silk and satin, in Japanese clothes, in black, in white, in bright colours, etc.) быть одетым в меха и т.д. ., ходить в мехах и т.д. .; be dressed as smb., smth. be dressed as a pirate (as a soldier, as a sailor, etc.) быть в костюме пирата и т.д. ., нарядиться пиратом и т.д. .; at the fancy-dress ball she was dressed as a fairy на костюмированном балу /на маскараде/ она была в костюме феи /нарядилась феей/; the ballet will be newly dressed балет будет исполняться в новых костюмах
6. XVI
dress for smth. dress for a ball одеваться на бал; dress for the theatre одеваться в театр; dress for dinner одеваться к обеду;dress on a certain sum of money she dresses on a t 1,000 a year она тратит на одежду тысячу фунтов в год; dress with (without) smth. dress with (without) taste одеваться со вкусом (безвкусно); she dressed with care она тщательно оделась
dress for doing smth. dress for hunting (for shooting, for riding, etc.) одеваться для охоты и т.д.
dress oneself the little boy isn't old enough to dress himself мальчик еще мал и не умеет сам одеваться, мальчик еще слишком мал, чтобы одеваться самому
9. XXI1
1) dress smb. in smth. dress her in her ball dress (him in his Sunday best, oneself in one's best clothes, her in black for the occasion, etc.) одевать ее в бальное платье и т.д. .; dress smb. in silk and satins одевать кого-л. в шелка; dress smb. with smth. dress smb. with care тщательно одевать кого-л.; dress smb. on a certain sum of money he can't dress himself on the money he gets он не может одеваться на те деньги, которые получает
2) dress smth. with smth. dress streets with flags (a shop-window with all the fineries of the season, etc.) украшать улицу флагами и т.д.
3) dress smth. with smth. dress fruit-trees with lime-wash побелить стволы деревьев; dress land with fertilizers обработать почву удобрениями

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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