get\ in


get\ in
1. I
1) the train (the bus, the ferry, etc.) is getting in поезд и т. д. прибывает /подходит/
2) the Conservative Party got in консерваторы победили на выборах; he is sure to get in его обязательно изберут
3) taxes (debts, rent, fruit, etc.) are difficult to get in трудно собирать налоги и т. д.
2. II
get in at some time get in late (early, punctually, etc.) прибывать /приходить/ поздно и т. д.; the boat got in on time пароход пришел вовремя; the train got in 5 minutes early поезд прибыл на пять минут раньше расписания; get in somewhere water was getting in everywhere вода отовсюду просачивалась /проступала/
3. III
1) || get a word in ввернуть /вставить/ словечко
2) get in smb. /smb. in/ the Prime Minister's support got him in поддержка премьер-министра обеспечила его избрание
3) get in smb. /smb. in/ get a specialist (another doctor, an electrician, a plumber, etc.) in приглашать /звать/ специалиста и т. д.
4) get in smth. / smth. in/ get in debts (taxes, the crops, the harvest, the corn, all the hay, etc.) собирать долги и т. д.
4. IV
|| get a word in edgeways ввернуть словечко; they had so much to talk about that I couldn't get a word in edgeways им столько надо было сказать друг другу, что я не мог и словечка вставить
5. VII
get in smb. /smb. in/ to do smth. get a man in to fix the roof (to mend the windows, to repair the television set, etc.) пригласить мастера починить крышу и т. д.
6. XI
be got in
1) when the pipe burst, a plumber had to be got in когда прорвало трубу, пришлось пригласить /звать/ водопроводчика
2) debts (taxes, etc.) could not be got in нельзя было собрать долги и т. д.
7. XVI
1) get in on smth. get in on the discussion влезать /вмешиваться, встревать/ в беседу; get in on the new firm (on the new organization, etc.) устроиться / пролезть/ в новую фирму и т. д.; get in on the trip to Italy присоседиться /примазаться/ к группе, отправляющейся в Италию
2) get in between smb., smth. get in between the fighters встать между дерущимися; get in between two people (between the rivals, etc.) встать между этими двумя людьми и т. д.; get in between me and my goal помешать мне добиться своей цели
3) get in with smb. coll. get in with his crowd (with the others, with him, etc.) сойтись /подружиться/ с его компанией и т. д., he got in with a bad crowd он связался с плохой компанией
4) get in for some place get in for constituency быть избранным от какого-л. округа, представлять какой-л. округ и т. д., get in at smth. he will get in at the coming elections его изберут /он пройдет/ на предстоящих выборах; get in with smth. get in with a small (with a thumping) majority пройти небольшим (подавляющим) большинством голосов
8. XXI1
get in smth. /smth. in/ before smth. get in the crops before the rains собрать урожай до дождей

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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