1. I
can't you make your boy behave? неужели вы не можете заставить своего сына вести себя прилично /как следует/?; to know how to behave знать, как себя вести /как держаться/
2. II
behave in some manner
1) behave well (decently, gallantly, badly, strangely, etc.) хорошо и т. д. вести ceбя /держаться/
2) the engine (the car, the boat, the ship, etc.) behaves well (admirably, badly, etc.) мотор и т. д. работает хорошо и т. д.; how is your new motor car behaving? как работает ваш новый автомобиль?
3. XVI
behave with smth. behave with selfcontrol (with great composure, with courage, etc.) вести себя сдержанно и т. д., проявлять самообладание и т. д.; behave with complete abandon вести себя совершенно непринужденно, дать себе волю; behave to /towards/ smb. behave rudely to smb. (unkindly towards one's wife and children, respectfully towards one's superiors, etc.) грубо и т. д. относиться к кому-л. /вести себя в отношении кого-л./; behave at /in/ some place behave decently at table (correctly in a foreign country. admirably in company, etc.) прилично вести ceбя /держаться/ за столом и т.д,; behave about /over/ smth., smb. behave foolishly about the affair (stupidly over the girl, etc.) глупо вести себя в этой истории и т.д.; behave sensibly about money разумно обращаться с деньгами; he behaved meanly over the whole business во всем этом деле он вел себя гадко || behave ill a suspicious (questionable, shameful, admirable, excellent, etc.) manner подозрительно и т. д, вести себя /держаться/
behave oneself behave yourself' веди себя прилично!; he must learn to behave himself он должен научиться [как] себя вести
5. XIX1
behave like smb. behave like a baby (like a child, like a grown-up man, like a man of honour, etc.) вести семя как ребенок и т. д
6. XX1
behave as smb. behave as a gentleman (as a mother towards smb., etc.) веста себя как джентльмен /как подобает джентльмену/ и т. д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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