put\ aside


put\ aside
1. III
put aside smth. /smth. aside/
1) put aside a book (one's work, etc.) отложите [в сторону] книгу и т.д.; put aside your sewing and go for a walk отложи шитье и пойди прогуляйся
2) put aside money копить /откладывать/ деньги
3) put aside one's old clothes (old books, chipped crockery, etc.) выбрасывать старую одежду и т.д.
4) put aside one's difficulties закрывать глаза на трудности; put aside some good advice пропустить мимо ушей хороший совет, не послушаться хорошего совета; put aside smb.'s question отмахнуться от чьего-л. вопроса; put aside every other consideration отбрасывать все другие /прочие/ соображения; put aside one's pride отбрасывать свою гордость; put aside rivalry (argument, etc.) забыть о соперничестве и т.д.
2. IV
1) put aside smth. /smth. aside/ for some time you will have to put aside your studies for a little while вам придется ненадолго отложить /прекратить/ занятия
2) put aside smth. in some time they put aside a little money each week (each month, etc.) они еженедельно и т.д. откладывали небольшую сумму денег
3. VII
1) put aside smth. /smth. aside/ to do smth. put aside one's books to go for a walk отложить [в сторону] книги, чтобы [немного] пройтись
2) put aside smth. /smth. aside/ to do smth. put money aside to buy a car откладывать деньги на машину
4. XXI1
1) put aside smth. / smth. aside / for smth., smb. put aside one's books for other things забросить книги /перестать заниматься/ из-за других дел; I shall put aside this book for you я отложу для тебя эту книгу
2) put aside smth. /smth. aside / for smb. I shall put aside my duty for no man никто не заставит меня забыть свой долг; she put aside her pride for him ради него она забыла свою гордость

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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