turn\ away


turn\ away
1. I
he turned away and refused to listen он отвернулся и не стал слушать
2. III
1) tun away smth. /smth. away/ turn away one's head /one's face/ отворачиваться; don't turn away your face посмотри на меня; when I said this she turned away her head когда я сказал это, она отвернулась [в другую сторону]
2) turn away smb. /smb. away/ turn people (hundreds of people, the crowd, etc.) away не пускать людей и т.д.; there was no work and they had to turn away hundreds of people работы не было, и им пришлось отказать сотням людей
3) turn away smth. /smth. away/ turn away a calamity (some evil, smb.'s wrath, danger, etc.) отводить несчастье и т.д.
3. XI
be turned away those who came to him to borrow money were never turned away кто бы ни попросил дать денег взаймы, он никому не отказывал; only three people were given employment the others were turned away работа нашлась только для троих, остальным пришлось уйти [ни с чем]; be tuned away from smth. crowds were turned away from the theatre (from the concert hall, from the show, from the festival, etc.) толпы людей не смогли попасть в театр и т.д.; be turned away in some state he gave this reporter an interview when others have been turned away empty-banded он дал этому репортеру интервью, а остальные ушли ни с чем
4. XVI
1) turn away from smb., smth. he turned away from me (from the window, from the spectacle, etc.) он отвернулся от меня и т.д.; turn away in smth. turn away in anger отвернуться в гневе, разозлиться и отвернуться; turn away in disgust (in horror, etc.) отвернуться с отвращением и т.д. || turn away at some sight /at the sight of smth./ отвернуться от какого-л. зрелища; turn away at the sight of so much blood отвернуться при виде такого количества крови
2) turn away from smb., smth. turn away from one's friends (from one's former colleagues, etc.) отвернуться от своих друзей и т.д., перестать знаться со своими друзьями и т.д.; he was tempted to turn away from such a difficult task у него был соблазн уйти от этой сложной работы; he had an impulse to turn away from the beaten track of life у него было желание идти своими /неисхоженными/ путями
5. XXI1
1) turn away smth. /smth. away/ from smth., smb. turn the painting away from the light of the sun повернуть картину так, чтобы на нее не падал солнечный свет; turn away one's face from smb. отвернуться от кого-л., не смотреть кому-л. в лицо
2) turn away smb. /smb. away/ from smth. turn the boys away from the restaurant (from the movile, etc.) не пускать мальчишек в ресторан и т.д. || turn smb. away from one's (the) door прогонять кого-л., отказывать кому-л. в помощи

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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