take\ over


take\ over
1. I
1) when shall you be ready to take over? когда вы вступите в должность /примете полномочия/?
2) we saw a new point of view taking over мы стали свидетелями [того,] как восторжествовала новая точка зрения
2. II
take over at some time the new Chancellor took over yesterday новый канцлер вчера приступил к исполнению своих обязанностей
3. III
take over smth. /smth. over/
1) take over the presidency (the office, command, the chairmanship of the board, etc.) принять должность /пост/ президента и т.д.; take over a business встать во главе дела [после кого-л.]; he took over the management of the firm к нему перешло /он взял на себя/ управление фирмой; he took over their duties он взял на себя их обязанности; take over the watch заступить на вахту; take over the receipts and expenditure взять на себя уплату долгов и расходов
2) if you rent this flat, you will take over the furniture если вы снимете эту квартиру, к вам перейдет и мебель
3) when they took over the railways (the ship, etc.) когда они захватили или национализировали железные дороги и т.д.
4. XI
be taken over by smth. the firm has been taken over by the international company фирма влилась в международную компанию
5. XVI
take over from smb. the new general will take over from the retiring one новый генерал примет дела у генерала, уходящего в отставку; I took over from him at 6 o'clock я сменил его в шесть часов
6. XX1
take over as smb., smth. now the woman is taking over as head of the house сейчас женщина становится главой семьи; he takes over as heir он выступает как наследник
7. XXI1
take over smth. from smb. he took over the firm (the business, etc.) from his father он возглавил фирму и т.д. вместо отца; take over smth. after smth. she took over the chairmanship after his resignation она стала председателем после его ухода

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Take-over — auch: Take|over 〈[tɛıkoʊvə(r)] m. 6 oder n. 15; Wirtsch.〉 Kauf eines Unternehmens durch ein anderes mit dem Ziel, dessen Produkte zu übernehmen bzw. zu kontrollieren [engl. „Übernahme, Ablösung“] * * * Take over, Take|over [ teɪk|oʊvɐ , auch: …… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Take-over — Take over, auch Take|over [... ouvə] das; s, s <aus engl. take over »Übernahme« zu to take over »übernehmen«>: a) Kauf, Übernahme eines Unternehmens bzw. Übernahme der Leitung eines erworbenen Unternehmens; b) gewinnbringende Übernahme von… …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • take over — (something) to get control of something. Believe me, your mother will take over your life if you let her! The new director made changes the minute she took over. We are ready to hand over power as soon as there is someone ready to take it over …   New idioms dictionary

  • take over — index accroach, annex (arrogate), appropriate, attach (seize), condemn (seize), confiscate …   Law dictionary

  • take-over — /te(i)&kover, ingl. ˈteɪkˌəuvə(r)/ [vc. ingl., dal v. to take over «assumere il comando, subentrare»] s. m. inv. (econ., di compagnia quotata in borsa) scalata, acquisizione …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • take over — ► take over assume control of or responsibility for. Main Entry: ↑take …   English terms dictionary

  • take-over — (izg. tȇjk ȏver) DEFINICIJA publ. uzimanje, preuzimanje vlasništva nad imovinom ETIMOLOGIJA engl …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • take-over — index disseisin, sequestration Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • take over — phrasal verb Word forms take over : present tense I/you/we/they take over he/she/it takes over present participle taking over past tense took over past participle taken over 1) [intransitive/transitive] to begin to do something that someone else… …   English dictionary

  • take over — UK US take over Phrasal Verb with take({{}}/teɪk/ verb [T] (took, taken) ► [I or T] to begin to have control of something: »The firm was badly in need of restructuring when she took over. take sth over »The asset management company took over the… …   Financial and business terms

  • take over — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you take over a company, you get control of it, for example by buying its shares. [V P n (not pron)] A British newspaper says British Airways plan to take over Trans World Airways. [Also V n P] 2) PHRASAL VERB If someone takes… …   English dictionary

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