make\ away

make\ away
1. XI
be made away with he was made away with его убили /"убрали"/; be made away with by smb., smth. he was made away with by a gang его убила банда; he is said to have been made away with by poison говорят, его отравили
be made away with all the money has been made away with все деньги спустили /промотали/
2. XVI
1) make away with smb. make away with one's rivals устранить своих соперников, we shall make away with our enemies мы уничтожим своих врагов; the cat made away with the mice in the attic кошка переловила всех мышей на чердаке; the trap made away with the rats крыс вывели с помощью мышеловки; make away with oneself покончить с собой; make away with smth. make away with illiteracy ликвидировать неграмотность; make away with superstitions (with prejudice, with bias, etc.) избавиться от суеверий /изжить суеверия/ и т. д.
2) make away with smth. make away with smb.'s luggage (with the valuables, with the club's funds, etc.) украсть чьи-л. чемоданы и т. д., удрать с чьими-л. чемоданами и т. д.
3) make away with smth. make away with one's money растратить /промотать/ свой деньги; the boys made away with the contents of the refrigerator мальчики расправились со всем, что было в холодильнике

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