1. III
influence smb., smth. influence one's comrades (the people, the child, the readers, the tides, the crops, etc.) влиять /оказывать влияние/ на своих друзей и т. д., I'm not trying to influence you я не пытаюсь на вас воздействовать /оказывать давление/; mountains influence the climate горы влияют на климат
2. IV
influence smb., smth. in some manner influence smb., smth. powerfully (profoundly, vitally, remotely, adversely, etc.) сильно и т. д. влиять /воздействовать/ на кого-л., что-л., оказывать сильное и т. д. влияние на кого-л., что-л.
3. VII
influence smb. to do smth. influence smb. to resign (to take up another profession, to apologize, etc.) повлиять на чье-л. решение подать в отставку и т. д.
4. XI
be influenced in some manner he is easily influenced он легко поддается влиянию; be influenced by smth. be influenced by a sense of duty (by responsibility, by new ideas, by one's passions, etc.) находиться /быть/ под влиянием чувства долга и т. д.; as a poet he was influenced by Вугоп поэзия Байрона оказала на него влияние; don't be influenced by bad examples не поддавайтесь влиянию дурных примеров; he was not influenced by promises of riches обещания, что он станет богатым, не оказали на него никакого воздействия
5. XXI1
influence smb. in (for, etc.) smth. influence young people in their decisions оказывать влияние на решения, которые принимает молодежь; influence smb. for the good повлиять на кого-л. в лучшую сторону, оказывать на кого-л. благотворное влияние

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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