bring\ down


bring\ down
1. III
1) bring down smth., smb. /smth., smb. down/ bring down a duck (a bird, etc.) подстрелить утку и т. д.; they brought down the plane a) они посадили самолет, они заставили самолет снизиться; они заставили самолет приземлиться /сесть/; б) они сбили самолет; bring down the fruit сбивать плоды (обыкн. тряся дерево); he aimed, fired, and brought down the antilope он прицелился, выстрелил и попал в антилопу
2) bring down smth. /smth. down/ bring down the prices (the taxes, the cost, the birth-rate, etc.) снизить цены и т. д., bring down the temperature сбить температуру; bring down a swelling уменьшить /согнать/ опухоль
3) bring down smth., smb. /smth., smb. down/ bring the government down свергнуть правительство; bring down a tyrant сбросить тирана
2. XXI1
1) bring down smth. /smth. down/ on smth., smb. bring a sword down on his head (the axe on his skull, etc.) обрушить клинок на его голову и т. д.; when he brought down his fist on my shoulder когда его кулак опустился на мое плечо, когда он стукнул меня кулаком по плечу; bring one's fist (one's hand) [heavily] down on the table [сильно] стукнуть кулаком (рукой) по столу; bring down trouble on the whole family навлечь неприятности на всю семью, причинить неприятности всей семье; bring one's wrath down on smb. обрушить чей-л. гнев на кого-л.
2) bring smth., smb. down to smth. bring history down to modern times довести /проследить/ историю до наших дней; bring the statistics (the record, etc.) down to date довести статистику /подсчеты/ и т. д. до сегодняшнего дня; bring down the price to L 800 сбить /снизить, довести/ цену до восьмисот фунтов; bring him down to your own level низвести его до вашего уровня

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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