run\ up


run\ up
1. I
1) they all came running up они все прибежали; our taxi (our bus, our tram, etc.) is running up вот подходит наше такси и т.д.
2) the account /the bill/ is running up счет быстро растет; the tide is running up a) вода поднимается /прибывает/; б) начинается прилив
2. III
run up smth. /smth. up/
1) run the car (the bus, etc.) up подогнать машину и т.д.
2) run up a flag (a banner, a standard, etc.) поднять флаг и т.д.; the admiral ran up a signal ordering all ships to close with the enemy на флагманском корабле дали сигнал к сближению с противником
3) coll. run up a dress (some curtains, etc.) быстро смастерить или сметать платье и т.д., run up a shed (a shelter, a tent, etc.) построить на скорую руку сарай и т.д.; they are tearing down old tenement blocks and running up skyscrapers они старые жилые кварталы сносят и возводят высотные здания
4) run up the prices взвинчивать цены; run up expenses (bills, huge debts, etc.) увеличивать расходы и т.д.
3. IV
run up smth. /smth. up/ in some manner run up costs (expenses) unnecessarily излишне увеличивать стоимость (расходы)
4. XI
be run up then the white flag was run up затем был выброшен /поднят/ белый флаг
5. XVI
1) run up to smb., smth. run up to the crowd (to the boys, to the wall, etc.) подбежать к толпе и т.д.; || run up to town съездить в город
2) run up to a certain sum of money the price of this ran up to sixpence a pound (to i 5, etc,) цена на это дошла до шести пенсов за фунт и т.д.; his bills ran up to a considerable sum он должен уплатить по счетам немало денег; his expenses ran up to i 100 его расходы равны ста фунтам
3) run up against smth. run up against difficulties (against a lot of opposition, against some misunderstanding, etc.) наткнуться на /встретить/ трудности и т.д.
6. XXI1
1) run up smb., smth. /smb., smth. up/ to smth. I'll run you up to town я вас подвезу в город; run a саг up to the house подогнать машину к самому дому
2) run up smth. /smth. up/ on smth. run up a flag on the mast поднять на мачте флаг
3) run up smth. /smth. up/ in (on, at, etc.) smth. run up a shed in the garden (a tent on the beach, a cabin at the farthest edge of the field, a shelter in the forest, etc.) построить /соорудить/ навес в саду и т.д.
4) run up smth. /smth. up/ at smth. run up the bidding at an auction взвинтить цены на аукционе; run up a big bill at a hotel (accounts at a dozen big stores, etc.) много задолжать по счету в гостинице и т.д.
5) run up smth. /smth. up/ on smth. she ran the car up on the curb она подогнала машину к обочине дороги

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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