get\ on


get\ on
1. I
1) here is your horse, get on вот ваша лошадь, садитесь
2) the plane was not large enough to get all the people on самолет был недостаточно велик, чтобы принять на борт /вместить/ всех желающих
3) he determined to get on он твердо решил добиться успеха; she was anxious for her daughter to get on ей очень хотелось, чтобы ее дочь преуспела в жизни /чтобы ее дочь выбилась в люди/
4) we must be getting on нам пора идти
5) time is getting on время уже позднее; the year is getting on год близится к концу; the master is getting on учитель стареет
2. II
get on in some manner1)
how are you getting on? как у вас идут дела?; he knows how to get on он знает, как добиться успеха
2)
get on well (famously, swimmingly, badly, etc.) хорошо и т. д. ладить /уживаться/; he gets on socially он прекрасно ладит с людьми; we don't get on at all well у нас не очень хорошие отношения
3. III
get on smth. /smth. on/ get one's gloves (a bathing-suit, etc.) on надевать /натягивать/ перчатки и т. д.; get your hat and coat (your things, etc.) on наденьте шляпу и пальто и т. д.; I'll go and get something warm on я пойду накину /надену/ что-нибудь теплое; get the lid (the cover, the top of the jar, etc.) on накрывать /закрывать/ крышкой и т. д.
4. XVI
1) get on at (in) smth. get on at the next corner (at this station, in the centre, at Newcastle, etc.) садиться на следующем углу и т. д.
2) get on to smth. shall we get on to the high road soon? мы скоро выйдем на шоссе?
3) get on in (at) smth. get on in life (in the world, in business, at work, etc.) преуспевать /добиваться успеха/ в жизни и т. д.; how is your boy getting on in school? как дела в школе у вашего мальчика?; how did you get on in your oral examination? как у тебя прошел устный экзамен?; get on with smth. get on with a translation (with a job, with examinations, with one's studies, etc.) справляться с переводом и т. д.; get on without smth. one can scarcely get on without some knowledge of a foreign language без знания иностранного языка обойтись трудно
4) || get on for some time (for some age) приближаться к какому-л. времени (возрасту); get on for midnight ( for seventy, etc.) приближаться к полуночи и т. д., he is getting on for 80 ему уже под восемьдесят; it is getting on for three months since we had any news уже скоро три месяца, как у нас нет никаких известий; get on in years стареть
5) get on with smth. get on with the meeting (with the erection of the building, with repairs, with one's work, with a letter, with one's dinner, etc.) продолжать собрание и т. д.
6) get on to smth. get on to this subject (to more important matters, to the next item on the agenda, to something more interesting, etc.) переходить к этой теме и т. д., when are we going to get on to something useful? когда же мы перейдем к каким-нибудь полезным делам?; we do not get on to anatomy until next year анатомию мы начнем проходить только в будущем году
7) get on with smb. get on with one's mother-in-law (with one's father, with one's schoolmates, with a suspicious man, etc.) быть в хороших отношениях со своей тещей или свекровью и т. д.; he is an easy (hard) man to get on with с ним легко (трудно) ладить; you would get on very well with him вы бы с ним легко ужились
8) get on to smb., smth. get on to the police (to the suppliers, to emergency service, to the publishers, etc.) связаться с полицией и т. д.
5. XX1
get on as smb. she'll never get on as a schoolmistress (as an actress, etc.) из нее никогда не получится педагога и т. д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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