break\ out


break\ out
1. I
1) the armies encircled at that city could not break out армии, окруженные под этим городом, не смогли прорваться /вырваться из окружения/; а group of prisoners broke out группа заключённых совершила побег
2) a war (an epidemic, a disease. cholera, a fire, a quarrel, a panic, a strife, a riot, a rebellion, etc.) broke out вспыхнула /разразилась, началась/ война и т. д.; pimples (spots, ulcers, etc.) break out появляются прыщи и т. д., rash broke out выступила /высыпала/ сыпь; measles broke out началась корь /эпидемия кори/
2. XVI
1) break out in some place the plague broke out in London that summer в то лето в Лондоне разразилась чума /эпидемия чумы/
2) break out int(to) (with) smth. break out in pimples (in spots, in sores, in rash, into sweat, into ulcers, etc.) покрываться прыщами и т. д.; his face had broken out in a rash of red and purple blotches его лицо пошло /покрылось/ красными и багровыми пятнами; trees are breaking out into buds на деревьях появляются почки; break out with smth. break out with pimples (with a rash, etc.) покрываться прыщами и т. д.', break out on smth. a mass of sores had broken out on his leg нога покрылась множеством язв
3) break out in(to) smth. break out into applause (into cheers, into a fit of laughter, into praise, into abuse, into loud curses, etc.) разражаться аплодисментами и т. д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • break out — {v.} 1. To begin showing a rash or other skin disorder. Often used with with . * /He broke out with scarlet fever./ 2. To speak or act suddenly and violently. * /He broke out laughing./ * /She broke out, That is not so! / 3. To begin and become… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • break out — {v.} 1. To begin showing a rash or other skin disorder. Often used with with . * /He broke out with scarlet fever./ 2. To speak or act suddenly and violently. * /He broke out laughing./ * /She broke out, That is not so! / 3. To begin and become… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • break out — [v1] happen, emerge appear, arise, begin, burst forth, commence, erupt, explode, occur, set in, spring up, start; concept 701 break out [v2] escape abscond, bolt, break loose, burst out, bust out*, depart, flee, get free, leave; concepts 102,195 …   New thesaurus

  • break out — ( )brā kau̇t vi 1) to be affected with a skin eruption and esp. one indicative of the presence of a particular disease <breaking out with measles> 2) of a disease to manifest itself by skin eruptions 3) to become covered with <break out… …   Medical dictionary

  • break out — (something) to make food or drink available. Break out the champagne and drink to the couple s health! …   New idioms dictionary

  • break out — ► break out 1) (of something undesirable) start suddenly. 2) escape. 3) informal open and start using (something). Main Entry: ↑break …   English terms dictionary

  • break out in — ► break out in be suddenly affected by an unpleasant sensation or condition. Main Entry: ↑break …   English terms dictionary

  • break-out — see break n.1 1 b …   Useful english dictionary

  • break out — index escape Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • break|out — «BRAYK OWT», noun, adjective. –n. 1. the act or condition of becoming free of or escaping (from): »a breakout from prison. 2. = breakthrough (def. 1). (Cf. ↑breakthrough) –adj. outstanding and noticeably successful: »a breakout performance that… …   Useful english dictionary

  • break out — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms break out : present tense I/you/we/they break out he/she/it breaks out present participle breaking out past tense broke out past participle broken out 1) if something bad such as a war or disease breaks out …   English dictionary


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