make\ off

make\ off
1. I
he seized the chance and made off он воспользовался этой возможностью и сбежал /убежал, улизнул/
2. VI
1) make off for smth. make off for the country (for the city, for the border, for home, etc.) направиться в деревню и т. д., make off at some time we made off Just before the storm не успели мы уйти или уехать, как началась буря; make off at some tempo the car made off at top speed машина умчалась на предельной скорости
2) make off in (on) smth. make off in a car (on a horse, etc.) бежать /удирать/ в машине и т. д., make off to ( across, over, etc.) smth. make off to the woods (across the field, over the mountain, through the tunnel, etc.) бежать /удирать/ в лес и т. д., make off with smth. make off with the money (with our suitcases, with her valuables, with all the jewellery in the safe, etc.) удрать /скрыться/ с деньгами и т. д.; don't make off with my umbrella смотри не сбеги с моим зонтиком /не унеси мой зонтик/ [, когда пойдешь]
3) make off after smb. we all made off after the thief мы все бросились за вором
3. XXV
make off before... (when..., etc.) the only witness to the accident made off before (when) the police arrived единственный свидетель несчастного случая скрылся до прихода полиции (, когда появилась полиция)

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  • make off — v. (d; intr.) to make off with ( to steal and take away ) (the thieves made off with the silverware) * * * [ meɪk ɒf] (d; intr.) to make off with (the thieves made off with the silverware; to steal and take away ) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • make off — PHRASAL VERB If you make off, you leave somewhere as quickly as possible, often in order to escape. [V P] They broke free and made off in a stolen car. Syn: leave …   English dictionary

  • make off with — ► make off with carry away illicitly. Main Entry: ↑make …   English terms dictionary

  • make off with — index carry away, despoil, hijack, hold up (rob), loot, pilfer, poach Burton s Legal Thesaurus …   Law dictionary

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