get\ up

get\ up
1. I
1) the old man fell down on the ice and couldn't get up старик упал на льду и никак не мог встать на ноги; he got up and left the room он встал и вышел из комнаты
2) it is time to get up пора вставать
3) the wind is getting up поднимается /усиливается/ ветер; the storm is getting up начинается гроза или буря
2. II
get ил at some time
1) get up early (late, at once, immediately, at sunrise, in time, etc.) вставать рано и т. д.; what time do you get up? когда вы встаете?
2) the sea got up at dawn на рассвете море разбушевалось
3. III
1) get up smb. /smb. up/ get the baby up поднимать /будить/ ребенка
2) get up smth. /smth. up/ get up one's courage собираться с мужеством; get up one's appetite возбуждать аппетит; get up speed развивать скорость
3) get up smth. /smth. up/ get up a dance (a party, a concert, an exhibition, etc.) устроить /организовать/ бал и т. д., get up an appeal организовать сбор подписей под воззванием или демонстрацию в поддержку чего-л. и т. д.; the students got up a country-wide campaign in support of nuclear disarmament студенты провели по всей стране широкую кампанию за ядерное разоружение; get up a lecture устраивать лекцию; get up a play ставить пьесу
4. IV
get up smb. /smb. up/ in some manner get oneself up elegantly (carefully, effectively, etc.) одеваться элегантно /со вкусом/ и т. д.
5. VII
get up smth. /smth. up/ to do smth. get up a dramatic performance to raise money (some sort of entertainment to pass the time, a party to celebrate the event, etc.) организовать спектакль, чтобы собрать средства и т. д.
6. XI
be got up in some manner she was well (badly, beautifully, etc.) got up она была хорошо и т. д. одета; she was got up like a princess a) она была одета, как принцесса; б) ее нарядили принцессой; the book is beautifully got up книга прекрасно оформлена
get up to do smth. get up to recite a poem (to ask a question, to answer, etc.) встать на ноги /подняться/, чтобы прочесть стихотворение и т. д.
8. XVI
1) get up at some time get up early in the morning вставать рано утром
2) get up with smth. the wind got up with the sun с восходом солнца ветер усилился
3) get up into (on) smth. get up into a tree (on the roof, etc.) залезать /влезать/ на дерево и т. д.; get up behind smb. she got up behind him она села /влезла/ [на лошадь, на мотоцикл и т. д.] позади него; get up from smth. get up from one's knees (from a chair, from the table, from the ground, etc.) подняться /встать/ с колен и т. д. || get up by oneself а) подняться на ноги самостоятельно /без посторонней помощи/; б) взобраться (на лошадь, велосипед)
4) get up to smth., smb. get up to chapter V (to page 20, to the end of the book, etc.) дойти /дочитать/ до пятой главы и т. д., where have you got up to? до какого места вы дошли?, где вы остановились?; we soon got up to the others мы скоро догнали остальных; get up to the high standard ( to the managerial status, to the required level, etc.) достигнуть высокого уровня и т. д.
9. XXI1
1) get up smth. for smth. get up a performance (a concert, a party, etc.) for his birthday (for charity, etc.) организовать представление и т. д., чтобы отпраздновать /отметить день его рождения и т. д.; get up an article for a newspaper подготовить / написать/ статьи в газету
2) get up smb. /smb. up/ in smth. get him up in a fancy dress нарядить его в маскарадный костюм; get oneself up in silk нарядиться в шелк
10. XXIV1
get up smb., smth. /smb., smth. up/ as smb., smth. get up smb. as a peasant girl (as an old woman, as a clown, as a fairy, as a sailor, etc.) одеть /нарядить/ кого-л. в костюм крестьянки и т. д., get this part of the hall up as a stage превратить эту часть зала в сцену, устроить в этой части зала сцену

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