go\ back


go\ back
1. I
the trees are going back деревья гибнут; Roman civilization was going back римская цивилизация приходила в упадок
2. XVI
1) go back (in)to smth. go back into one's room (into the country, into the Army, etc.) вернуться в свою комнату и т. д.; go back to the last lesson (to an old subject, to one's old ways, to old methods, to the past, etc.) вернуться к прошлому занятию и т. д., go back to the beginning начать сначала; go back to long skirts снова начать носить длинные юбки; go back to gas снова перейти на газ; I've gone back to my winter coat я опять надел зимнее пальто; go back to work возобновить работу
2) go back (in)to smth. his origin (his family, the history of this event, etc.) goes back to the crusaders (to the time of the Norman Conquest, medieval times, etc.) его родословная восходит ко времени крестовых походов и т. д.; the history of this event goes back into the
3. XI X
Xth century история этого события уходит в девятнадцатый век
3)
go back on smth. go back on one's word (on one's confession, on one's steps, etc.) отказаться от своего слова и т. д.; he went back on his promise он пошел на попятный и отказался от своего обещания; I cannot go back on an accomplished fact я не могу вернуть сделанного; go back on smb. I don't go back on my friends я всегда верен /остаюсь верным/ друзьям

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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