pass\ off

pass\ off
1. I
the pain (the headache, the sensation of discomfort, the attack, etc.) passed off боль и т.д. прошла
2. II
1) pass off in some manner the days pass off calmly дни проходят спокойно
2) pass off in some time the novelty (the effect of the medicine, etc.) will soon (never, etc.) pass off ощущение новизны и т.д. скоро и т.д. пройдет /исчезнет/
3) pass off in some manner the inter' view (the meeting, the demonstration, the ceremony, etc.) passed off well (quietly, smoothly, etc.) интервью и т.д. прошло хорошо и т.д.
3. III
pass off smth. /smth. off/ pass off an awkward situation сделать вид, что не заметил неловкости
4. XVI
1) pass off through smth. the perspiration passes off through the skin пот выходит через кожный покров
2) pass off with (without, in, etc.) smth. the meeting (the march, the reference, etc.) passed off with success (in perfect order, without disorder, without incidents, without a hitch of any kind, etc.) собрание и т.д. прошло с успехом и т.д.
5. XVII
pass off without doing smth. the storm passed off without doing much damage ураган пронесся, не причинив больших разрушений
6. XX1
pass off as smb. pass off as a bachelor (as a widow, etc.) считаться холостяком и т.д., сходить за холостяка и т.д.; she is passing off as my sister а) она выдает себя за мою сестру; б) ее принимают за мою сестру
7. XXI1
1) pass off smth. /smth. off/ (up)on smb. pass off a bad coin (a spurious Rembrandt, etc.) upon innocent people сбывать фальшивую монету и т.д. неискушенным людям
2) pass off smb., smth. /smb., smth. off/ for smb., with. pass himself off for an actor (for a nobleman, etc.) выдавать себя за артиста и т.д.; he tried to pass off an imitation for the original он пытался выдать копию за оригинал
8. XXIV1
pass off smb. /smb. off/ as smb. pass himself off as a poet (as an actor, as a doctor, etc.) выдавать себя за поэта и т.д. ; pass off smth. /smth. off/ as smth. pass it off as a joke представить это в виде шутки; сказать, что это шутка

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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