set\ out


set\ out
1. I
1) I saw him just as he was setting out я его увидел, как раз когда он выезжал /выходил/
2) the tide is setting out начинается отлив или прилив
2. II
set out at some time set out early (late, at dawn, etc.) выходить /пускаться в путь/ рано и т.д.; set out somewhere set out northward (homeward, downhill, etc.) отправляться на север и т.д.
3. III
1) set out smth. /smth. out/ set out the table накрывать на стол; set out a pattern выложить узор; set out plants (flowers, petunias, etc.) высаживать растения и т.д.
2) set out flags вывешивать флаги; set out boots (empty bottles, an empty milk can, etc.) выставлять [за дверь] сапоги и т.д.
3) set out smth., smb. /smth., smb. out/ set out thirty men-of-war (a large army, volunteers, etc.) выставить тридцать боевых кораблей и т.д.
4) set out smth. /smth. out/ set out one's requirement (one's complaints, one's reasons for what he had done, one's arguments, one's ideas, etc.) [подробно] излагать свои требования и т.д.
5) set out smb. /smb. out/ set out the expedition (the crew, the football team, etc.) экипировать /снабдить всем необходимым/ экспедицию и т.д.
6) set out smb. /smb. out/ the dress (this hat, the outfit, etc.) sets you out это платье и т.д. вам к лицу
4. IV
set out smth. /smth. out/ in some manner Set out one's ideas (one's complaints, etc.) clearly (in detail, in brief, succinctly, etc.) ясно и т.д. излагать свои мысли и т.д.
5. XI
1) be set out somewhere breakfast was set out in a small room (on a balcony, in a garden, etc.) завтрак был накрыт в маленькой комнате и т.д.; be set out to do smth. the ties were attractively set out to draw in the customers галстуки были красиво разложены, чтобы привлечь покупателей
2) be set out in tome manner the details (the principles, his ideas, etc.) were clearly (well, poorly, etc.) set out детали /подробности/ и т.д. были четко и т.д. изложены /сформулированы/; be set out somewhere his ideas are set out in this article в этой статье излагаются его мысли; recent changes in the law are set out in the enclosed booklet новейшие изменения, внесенные в этот закон, разъясняются в приложенной брошюре
6. XIII
set out to do smth. set out to win the match (to break the record for the cross-channel swim, to show that he was right, to cross the river, etc.) намереваться выиграть матч и т.д.; set out to write a history of civilization (to learn Russian, to paint her portrait, etc.) приниматься за написание истории цивилизации и т.д.; when she sets out to prove her point she beats the record если она примется доказывать свою точку зрения, [то] никто ее не переспорит; he never actually set out to humiliate you он вовсе не хотел вас унизить
7. XVI
1) set out for smth. set out for town (for home, for France, for school, etc.) отправляться /направляться/ в город и т.д.; set out from smth. set out from London (from the office, from school, etc.) отправляться (выезжать, выходить и т.п.) из Лондона и т.д.; set out in smth. set out in a small boat отплывать /пуститься в путь/ в маленькой лодке; set out in a car отправиться в путь /выехать/ на автомобиле; set out in search (in pursuit) of smth., smb. начать поиски /отправиться на поиски/ чего-л., кого-л. (в погоню за чем-л., кем-л.); we set out in high spirits мы тронулись в путь в прекрасном настроении; set out (up)on smth. set out on a journey (on a trip to London, upon a voyage, on an expedition, on an excursion, etc.) отправляться в путешествие и т.д.; the competitors set out on the last stage of the cyclerace участники соревнования начали последний этап велогонки; set out after smb., smth. set out after the expedition (after the team, after her chief, after the caravan, etc.) выезжать (выходить и т.п.) вслед за экспедицией и т.д.
2) set out against smb. set out against an enemy (against the troops, etc.) выступать против противника и т.д.
8. XXI1
set out smth. on (in, etc.) smth. set out wares (various items, pictures, etc.) on tables (on the stalls, in windows, under glass, etc.) раскладывать /расставлять/ товары и т.д. на столах и т.д.; set out pieces on a chessboard расставлять фигуры на шахматной доске; set out smth. for smth. set out vegetables (various goods, jewellery, etc.) for sale выставлять овощи и т.д. на продажу; set out smth. with smth. set out a table with food (with one's wares, etc.) уставить стол едой /яствами/ и т.д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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