hunt


hunt
1. I
go out hunting отправиться на охоту; he is out hunting он на охоте; do you like to hunt? вы любите охотиться?
2. II
hunt in some place I hunted high and low /everywhere/ and couldn't find it я искал везде и войду, но не мог этого найти
3. III
1) hunt animals hunt antelope (the fox, the stag, the ostrich, big game, the tiger, deer, wolves, bears, whales, etc.) охотиться на антилоп и т. д.; hunt witches (heretics, smugglers, thieves, etc.) преследовать /травить, "охотиться" на/ ведьм и т. д.
2) hunt smth. hunt the woods (the region, the country, etc.) прочесывать лес и т. д.
4. IV
hunt smb. in some manner hunt smb. mercilessly (fruitlessly, passionately, daringly, etc.) безжалостно и т. д. преследовать кого-л.
5. XI
1) be hunted out of smth. be hunted out of society быть изгнанным из общества
2) || the game is being hunted to [the verge of] extinction дичь почти извели охотой
6. XVI
1) hunt for animals hunt for wolves (for boars, for bears, for mountain cocks, etc.) охотиться на волков и т. д., hunt in smth. wolves hunt in packs (in couples, etc.) волки охотятся стаями и т. д.
2) hunt for smth. hunt for a lost book (for a document one has mislaid, for the missing will, for an old engraving, for a rare stamp, for a house to let, for something to eat, etc.) искать /разыскивать/ потерянную книгу и т. д.; go about hunting for a job рыскать в поисках работы; hunt through smth. hunt through the shops (through drawers, through a book, etc.) искать по магазинам и т. д.; hunt after smb. hunt after fugitives (after burglars, after deserters, etc.) разыскивать /преследовать/ беглецов и т. д., hunt after snath. hunt after fortune (after glory, etc.) искать /добиваться/ богатства и т. д.
7. XXI1
hunt smth. for smth. hunt the whole house for the will (the desk for papers, half London for a book, etc.) обыскать /перерыть/ весь дом в поисках завещания и т. д.; hunt smb. out of smth. hunt the neighbours' cats out of the garden выгонять соседских кошек из сада

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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