1. I
all I possess все, чем я владею, все мое имущество
2. III
1) possess smth. possess property (wealth, a house of one's own, three suits of clothes, every kind of information, etc.) иметь собственность и т.д.; possess land владеть землей; possess rights иметь права, обладать правами; this museum possesses many objects of interest в этом музее [имеется] много интересных экспонатов
2) possess smth. possess character (great wisdom, ability and influence, good qualities, etc.) обладать [сильным] характером и т.д., иметь характер и т.д.; she possesses considerable knowledge for a young girl она обладает большими знаниями для такой молоденькой девушки; а dog possesses a keen sense of smell у собаки развито чувство обоняния, у собаки острый нюх
3) possess smb., smth. anger possessed him его обуял /охватил/ гнев; only one thought possessed his mind им владела лишь одна мысль
3. IV
possess smth. in some manner possess smth. legally (legitimately, fully, originally, formally, nominally, proudly, etc.) законно и т.д. владеть чем-л.
4. XI
1) be possessed you are [surely] possessed вы одержимы /не в себе/; he fought like one possessed он дрался как одержимый; be possessed with /by/ smth. be possessed with an idea (by the desire to be rich, etc.) быть одержимым идеей и т.д.; be possessed with doubt (by fear, with a sense of being in danger, etc.) быть во власти сомнений и т.д., быть охваченным сомнениями и т.д.
2) be possessed of smth. book. be possessed of a quality (of absolute power, of great scholarship, of great military strength, of a rare and delicate beauty, of a copious vocabulary, etc.) обладать /владеть, быть наделенным/ каким-л. качеством и т.д.; his work is scarcely possessed of any literary merit вряд ли его произведения обладают какими-либо литературными достоинствами; he is possessed of certain facts в его распоряжении имеются определенные данные /факты/

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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