Главная \ English Idioms and Phrasal Verbs = Англо-русский словарь идиом и фразовых глаголов \ 151-200
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bug off/bugger off bring out выпускать (о продукции); ста¬ вить (пьесу); издавать (книги) • Most of the automobile companies bring out new models of their cars each year. • The makers are bring¬ ing out a new kind of soap. • He brought out a new play. • Tom has brought out another new book. bring round/to 1. привести в чувство/в себя • A passenger fainted but the stew¬ ardess brought him round. • This medicine will surely bring him to. 2. навести на разговор/тему • She managed to bring him round to the question of price. • I gently tried to bring the discussion round to the subject of his divorce. bring up 1. поставить, поднять, затронуть (вопрос, проблему) • The ques¬ tion of higher membership fees was brought up at the last meeting.^ At the class meeting Bob brought up the idea of picnic. 2. вырастить, воспитать • His mother died when he was young, and his grandmother brought him up. • Bringing up children is both difficult and rewarding. bristle with (inf) кишеть, переполнять • The hotel was bristling with policemen at every entrance. • It was a Saturday afternoon and the town was bristling with people. brush aside (inf) отмахнуться (от предложения), отмести (возражения) • I didn't 181 expect him to brush aside my idea in such a rude way. • His opinions cannot be lightly brushed aside. • Brushing aside all opposition, he put the matter to a vote. brush up (on) освежить в памяти; обновить • He was in New York, brushing up on his image as an expert in foreign affairs. • I'm brushing up my knowledge of town history before I speak at the club. buck up встряхнуть(ся), оживить(ся), приободрить(ся) • A good holi¬ day will buck you up. • Buck up, your troubles will soon be over. bucket down лить как из ведра • It really started bucketing down this after¬ noon. • The sky got very dark and soon it began to bucket down. buckle down засучить рукава, серьезно взять¬ ся (за дело) • We buckled down and got on with our work. • It's time you buckled down to some work. buckle under подчиниться (скрепя сердце, с ж а в з у б ы ) • Women have buckled under for centuries, and only now are they beginning to de¬ mand independence and recognition. • We all had to buckle under to the director's orders. bug off/bugger off (Am inf) выметаться, убираться, валить • Bug off before I call the police.