get\ across


get\ across
1. I
coll. the play (the joke, the message, the information, etc.) failed to get across пьеса и т. д. осталась непонятой /не дошла/
2. III
get across smth. /smth. across/ coll. get the joke (the play, the song, etc.) across донести /передать, сделать понятной/ шутку и т. д.; finally I was able to get the meaning across наконец, они поняли /до них дошло/, что я хотел сказать
3. XVI
get across to smb. his jokes didn't get across to the audience его шутки не доходили до аудитории; it seemed impossible to get across to them by mere language казалось, слова до них не доходят
4. XXI1
get across smth. /smth. across/ to smb. coll. get one's jokes (one's meaning, etc.) across to one's audience донести шутки и т. д. до аудитории; get a lesson across to pupils сделать урок понятным ученикам, разъяснять /растолковать/ урок ученикам

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • get\ across — v 1. To explain clearly, make (smth) clear; to make clear the meaning of. Mr. Brown is a good coach because he can get across the plays. Syn.: put across 2. To become clear. The teacher tried to explain the problem, but the explanation did not… …   Словарь американских идиом

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