put\ off


put\ off
1. III
1) put off smth. /smth. off/ put off a meeting (an appointment, the production of a play, one's work, one's departure, etc.) отложить собрание и т.д.; put off payments отсрочить платежи; he is always putting things off он всегда все откладывает
2) put off smth., smb. /smth., smb. off/ put off one's doubts and fears отбросить сомнения и страхи; put smb. off отделаться от кого-л.; put off one's guests отменить [прием] гостей; unfortunately I'll have to put you off к сожалению, я не могу вас [сегодня] принять
3) put off smb. /smb. off/ the mere smell of that cheese puts me off уже один только запах этого сыра вызывает у меня отвращение; his stern look put me off его суровый взгляд остановил меня; these interruptions put me off бесконечные замечания /вопросы и т.п./ мешали мне; his manner puts me off мне неприятна его манера вести себя; stop watching me, you're putting me off не смотри на меня, ты меня смущаешь
4) put off smth. /smth. off/ put off the light (the radio, the tape-recorder, etc.) выключить свет и т.д.
2. IV
1) put off smth. /smth. off/ in some manner he put off the conference unexpectedly (arbitrarily, etc.) он неожиданно и т.д. отложил конференцию; put off smth., smb. /smth., smb. off/ at (for) some time we are sorry to put the meeting (their talks, the deal, etc.) off today к сожалению, мы должны сегодня отложить наше совещание и т.д.; we have to put you off today мы вынуждены отложить нашу сегодняшнюю встречу
2) put off smb. /smb. off/ in some manner rudely put off the visitors грубо отмахнуться от посетителей
3. XI
1) be put off the sale has been put off распродажу отложили; be put off for some time the meeting was put off till Saturday собрание было отложено до субботы
2) be put off for some time I will not be put off any longer от меня вы больше не отделаетесь; be put off with smth. be put off with promises (with excuses, with lies, with prevarications, etc.) отделываться обещаниями и т.д.
3) be put off by smth. don't be put off by his behaviour пусть вас не смущает его поведение
4. XIV
put off doing smth. put off going to the dentist (announcing their engagement, visiting aunt Sally, etc.) отложить посещение зубного врача и т.д.; he wants to put off paying me till next week он попросил меня подождать с деньгами до следующей недели
5. XVI
put off on smth. put off on a long journey (on a trip, on a pilgrimage, etc.) отправиться в далекое путешествие и т.д.; put off from smth. put off from the pier (from the shore, from the bank, etc.) отчаливать /отплывать/ от пристани и т.д.; put off in smth. put off in a boat отплыть в лодке
6. XXI1
1) put off smb. /smb. off/ at (in) some place put me off at the corner (in the village, etc.) высадите меня на углу и т.д.
2) put off smth. /smth. off/ till /until/ some time let's put off our journey (this business, the discussion, the reception, etc.) till next week (till tomorrow, till another time, till the last moment, etc.) давайте отложим наше путешествие и т.д. до следующей недели и т.д.; don't /never/ put off till /until/ tomorrow what you can do today не откладывай на завтра того, что можешь сделать сегодня
3) put off smb. /smb. off/ with (by) smth. put smb. off with fine words (with more promises, with a jest, etc.) отделаться /отвязаться/ от кого-л. красивыми словами и т.д.; he tried to put me off with a lame excuse он попытался отделаться от меня под каким-то ничтожным предлогом; put off people by lies (by a mincing manner, by lordly airs, etc.) отталкивать /вызывать отвращение у/ людей ложью и т.д.
4) put smth. /smth. off/ to some place put off smth. /smth. off/ to sea отправлять что-л. в море; put a fleet off to sea вывести флот в море; put off a boat into the stormy sea отправить лодку в бурное море
7. XXVI
put off smb., smth. /smb., smth. off/ till /until/ smth. is done put him off until I have time to think it over (till I come, till we get information, etc.) отложите мою встречу с ним до тех пор, пока я все не обдумаю и т.д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Put-off — (?; 115), n. A shift for evasion or delay; an evasion; an excuse. L Estrange. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • put off — [v] defer, delay adjourn, dally, dawdle, dillydally*, drag one’s feet*, hold off, hold over, lag*, lay over, linger, loiter, poke*, postpone, prorogue, put back, reschedule, retard, shelve, stay, suspend, tarry, trail; concepts 121,234 Ant.… …   New thesaurus

  • put off — ► put off 1) cancel or postpone an appointment with. 2) postpone. 3) cause to feel dislike or lose enthusiasm. 4) distract. Main Entry: ↑put …   English terms dictionary

  • put off — index adjourn, delay, deter, hold up (delay), pause, postpone, pretermit, procrastinate …   Law dictionary

  • put off — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms put off : present tense I/you/we/they put off he/she/it puts off present participle putting off past tense put off past participle put off 1) to make someone not want to do something, or to make someone not… …   English dictionary

  • put off — verb 1. hold back to a later time (Freq. 1) let s postpone the exam • Syn: ↑postpone, ↑prorogue, ↑hold over, ↑put over, ↑table, ↑shelve, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • put off — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you put something off, you delay doing it. [V P ing/n (not pron)] Women who put off having a baby often make the best mothers... [V n P] The Association has put the event off until October. Syn: postpone …   English dictionary

  • put off — {v.} 1. {informal} To cause confusion in; embarrass; displease. * /I was rather put off by the shamelessness of his proposal./ * /The man s slovenliness put me off./ 2. To wait and have (something) at a later time; postpone. * /They put off the… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • put off — {v.} 1. {informal} To cause confusion in; embarrass; displease. * /I was rather put off by the shamelessness of his proposal./ * /The man s slovenliness put me off./ 2. To wait and have (something) at a later time; postpone. * /They put off the… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • put\ off — v 1. informal To cause confusion in; embarrass; displease. I was rather put off by the shamelessness of his proposal. The man s slovenliness put me off. 2. To wait and have (smth) at a later time; postpone. They put off the picnic because of the… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • put off — v. ( to postpone ) 1) (D; tr.) to put off until (she put the trip off until next week) 2) (G) we put off leaving because of the snow * * * [ pʊt ɒf] (G) we put off leaving because of the snow ( to postpone ) (D; tr.) to put off until (she put the …   Combinatory dictionary

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