govern


govern
1. II
govern, in some manner govern wisely (skilfully, cruelly. etc.) мудро и т. д. править /управлять/
2. III
1) govern smb., smth. govern a people править народом; govern a country (an estate, etc.) управлять страной и т. д.
2) govern smth. the need for money (ambition, one's mood, etc.) governs all his plan (his actions, smb.'s behaviour, etc.) потребность в деньгах и т. д. определяет все его планы и т. д.; don't let bad temper govern your decisions плохое настроение не должно влиять на ваше решение; what were the motives governing his choice of occupation? чем он руководствовался при выборе профессии?, что повлияло на его выбор профессии?
3) govern smth. govern one's passions обуздать свой страсти; govern one's temper держать себя в руках, владеть собой
4) govern smth. govern the movement of the stars (the case, these phenomena, etc.) обусловливать /определять/ движение звезд и т. д., he quoted the law governing the situation он привел закон, под который подходит данный случай
3. XI
be governed by smth.
1) be governed by common sense руководствоваться здравым смыслом; be governed by circumstances действовать под влиянием обстоятельств; his ideas are governed by the newspapers he reads его воззрения /взгляды/ зависят от газет, которые он читает; he is too readily governed by the opinions of others он слишком легко соглашается с чужим мнением; I'll be governed by your advice я последую вашему совету
2) the rise and fall of the sea is governed by the movements of the moon морские приливы и отливы определяются движениями луны
4. XVI
govern with smth. govern with an iron hand править железной рукой
5. XXI1
govern smth., smb. with smth. govern the country (one's estate, the province, one's people, etc.) with justice (with wisdom, etc.) править /управлять/ страной и т. д. справедливо и т. д., govern the country with an iron hand править страной железной рукой

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • govern — gov·ern / gə vərn/ vt 1: to exercise continuous sovereign authority over; esp: to control and direct the administration of policy in 2: to exert a determining or guiding influence in or over the testator s assets are govern ed by will substitutes …   Law dictionary

  • govern — govern, rule are comparable when they mean to exercise power or authority in controlling or directing another or others, often specifically those persons who comprise a state or nation. Govern may imply power, whether despotic or constitutional,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Govern — Gov ern, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Governed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Governing}.] [OF. governer, F. gouverner, fr. L. gubernare to steer, pilot, govern, Gr. kyberna^n. Cf. {Gubernatorial}.] 1. To direct and control, as the actions or conduct of men, either… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • govern — gov‧ern [ˈgʌvən ǁ ərn] verb 1. [intransitive, transitive] to officially and legally run a country and make decisions about taxes, laws, public services etc: • the politicians who govern the country • A small military elite has been governing for… …   Financial and business terms

  • govern — [guv′ərn] vt. [ME governen < OFr gouverner < L gubernare, to pilot (a ship), direct, guide < Gr kybernan, to steer, govern, prob. of non IE orig.] 1. to exercise authority over; rule, administer, direct, control, manage, etc. 2. to… …   English World dictionary

  • govern — late 13c., from O.Fr. governer (11c., Mod.Fr. gouverner) govern, from L. gubernare to direct, rule, guide, govern (Cf. Sp. gobernar, It. governare), originally to steer, a nautical borrowing from Gk. kybernan to steer or pilot a ship, direct (the …   Etymology dictionary

  • govern — [v1] take control; rule administer, assume command, be in power, be in the driver’s seat*, call the shots*, call the signals*, captain*, carry out, command, conduct, control, dictate, direct, execute, exercise authority, guide, head, head up,… …   New thesaurus

  • Govern — Gov ern, v. i. To exercise authority; to administer the laws; to have the control. Dryden. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • govern — ► VERB 1) conduct the policy and affairs of (a state, organization, or people). 2) control or influence. 3) constitute a rule, standard, or principle for. 4) Grammar (of a word) require that (another word or group of words) be in a particular… …   English terms dictionary

  • govern — verb ADVERB ▪ effectively, well ▪ directly ▪ The colony was governed directly from Paris. VERB + GOVERN ▪ be fit to, be unfit …   Collocations dictionary

  • govern */*/ — UK [ˈɡʌvə(r)n] / US [ˈɡʌvərn] verb Word forms govern : present tense I/you/we/they govern he/she/it governs present participle governing past tense governed past participle governed 1) [intransitive/transitive] to control and manage an area, city …   English dictionary

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