1. I
we must forgive and forget мы должны прощать и забывать [ обиды]
2. II
forgive in some manner forgive easily (graciously, cordially, magnanimously, etc.) легко и т. д. прощать; he is not a man who easily forgives он не такой человек, чтобы быстро забыть обиду
3. III
forgive smb. forgive one's enemies (a friend, one's husband, etc.) прощать своим врагам и т. д.; he asked me to forgive him он попросил у меня прощения; will you forgive me? ну, простате меня!; forgive smth. forgive the interruption (the trouble, the offence, etc.) прощать / извинять/ [за то], что перебили и т. д.; please, forgive my mistake извините /простите/ мне мой ошибку; forgive this whim of mine простите мне /извините меня за/ этот каприз; forgive a sin отпускать грехи
4. V
forgive smb. smth. forgive smb. a debt (an insult, his unkindness, an offence, a crime, a mistake, etc.) прощать кому-л. долг и т. д.
5. XI
be forgiven am I forgiven? вы меня простили?; be forgiven for smth. I have never been forgiven for this innocent joke эту невинную шутку мне так [никогда] и не простили
6. XXI1
forgive smb. for smth. forgive smb. for his mistake (for his letter, for this joke, for their clumsiness, etc.) прощать кому-л. ere ошибку и т. д.; I can't forgive myself for this этого я себе никогда не прощу
forgive smb. for doing smth. forgive smb. for having done that (for having written to him, for not stopping him, etc.) простить кого-л. за то, что он это сделал и т. д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Forgive — For*give , v. t. [imp. {Forgave}; p. p. {Forgiven}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Forgiving}] [OE. forgiven, foryiven, foryeven, AS. forgiefan, forgifan; perh. for + giefan, gifan to give; cf. D. vergeven, G. vergeben, Icel. fyrirgefa, Sw. f?rgifva, Goth.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Forgive Me — Single par Leona Lewis extrait de l’album Spirit Sortie 26 juillet 2008 Enregistrement 2008 Durée 3:41 (version de l album) 3:23 (mix du single) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • forgive me — used in speech as a polite way of starting to say something that may seem rude or unpleasant Forgive me (for saying so), but I don t think you understood my point. Forgive me, but something has come up and I have to leave right away. • • • Main… …   Useful english dictionary

  • forgive — for‧give [fəˈgɪv ǁ fər ] verb forgave PASTTENSE [ ˈgeɪv] forgiven PASTPART [ ˈgɪvn] [transitive] FINANCE to state that a debt does not have to be paid: • Under the plan, the US forgave $2.6 billion, or about 70%, of Poland s debt to the US… …   Financial and business terms

  • forgive — (v.) O.E. forgiefan give, grant, allow; forgive, also to give up and to give in marriage; from for completely + giefan give (see GIVE (Cf. give)). The modern sense of to give up desire or power to punish is from use of the compound as a Germanic… …   Etymology dictionary

  • forgive — [fər giv′, fôrgiv′] vt. forgave, forgiven, forgiving [ME forgeven < OE forgiefan, forgifan (akin to Ger vergeben): see FOR & GIVE] 1. to give up resentment against or the desire to punish; stop being angry with; pardon 2. to give up all claim… …   English World dictionary

  • forgive — I verb absolve, acquit, bear no malice, cancel, clear, condonare, condone, exculpate, excuse, exempt, exonerate, forget, give absolution, grant amnesty, grant pardon, ignoscere, overlook, palliate, pardon, reprieve, shrive, vindicate associated… …   Law dictionary

  • forgive — pardon, remit, *excuse, condone Analogous words: absolve, *exculpate, acquit, exonerate, vindicate …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • forgive — has a derivative form forgivable, without an e in the middle …   Modern English usage

  • forgive — [v] stop blame and grant pardon absolve, accept apology, acquit, allow for, amnesty, bear no malice*, bear with, bury the hatchet*, clear, commute, condone, dismiss from mind, efface, exculpate, excuse, exempt, exonerate, extenuate, forget, kiss… …   New thesaurus

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