stir\ up


stir\ up
1. I
she wants stirring up ее нужно растормошить /расшевелить/, ей нужна встряска
2. III
stir up smth. /smth. up/
1) stir up mixture (a liquid, etc.) взбалтывать смесь и т.д.; stir up sand (mud, etc.) поднять [с земли] песок и т.д.; stir up silt поднять ил [со дна]; stir up coffee ground взбалтывать кофейную гущу; а furious gale rose and it stirred up the seas поднялась буря и всколыхнула море
2) stir up everybody's interest (excitement, violent discussions, etc.) вызывать /возбуждать/ всеобщий интерес и т.д.; stir up a quarrel (strife between nations, a civil war, mutiny, enmity, discontent, etc.) раздувать /разжигать/ ссору и т.д.; stir up mischief спровоцировать дурной поступок; stir up the mind (public opinion) будоражить мысли (общественное мнение); stir up passions (emotions) разбудить страсти (чувства); stir up imagination взволновать воображение; stir up smb.'s zeal подхлестнуть чье-л. рвение; he always stirs up trouble вечно из-за него возникают беспорядки
3. XXI1
stir up smb. to smth. stir up smb. to mutiny (to revolt, to rebellion, to mischief, etc.) подстрекать кого-л. к мятежу и т.д.; stir up smb. with smth. he's always stirring up everybody with his speeches своими речами он всегда всех будоражит

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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