marry


marry
1. I
I shan't marry я не женюсь или не выйду замуж; why don't you marry? почему бы вам не жениться или не выйти замуж
2. II
marry in some manner marry well (foolishly, recklessly, prudently, unhappily, hastily, conveniently, a second time, twice, etc.) хорошо и т.д. жениться или выйти замуж; marry again жениться или выйти замуж снова /еще раз/; marry at some time marry early (late in life, etc.) рано и т.д. жениться или выйти замуж; I shall never marry я никогда не женюсь или не выйду замуж
3. III
1) marry smb. marry smb.'s sister (one's cook, the prettiest girl in the village, etc.) жениться на чьей-л. сестре и т.д., he said he wanted to marry her он сказал, что хотел бы на ней жениться; marry a sailor (smb.'s brother, etc.) выйти замуж за моряка и т.д.: they married each other они поженились
2) marry smb. marry the two young people обвенчать молодых людей; the minister (the priest) married them священник обвенчал их
3) marry smb., smth. she has married all her daughters она выдала замуж всех своих дочерей; marry a fortune /money/ жениться "на деньгах"
4. IV
marry smb. in some manner marry smb. hastily (foolishly, etc.) a) поспешно и т.д. жениться на ком-л. или выйти замуж за кого-л.; б) поспешно и т.д. обвенчать кого-л.; в) поспешно и т.д. женить или выдать замуж кого-л.
5. XI
be (get) married he is married он женат; she is married она замужем; Tom and Alice are going to get married Том и Алиса собираются пожениться; be married in some manner he was twice married он был дважды женат; be married at some time he got married recently он недавно женился; be married for some time they've been married over a year они уже женаты больше года; get smb. married she got her son married она женила своего сына; be (get) married to smb. she is married to a foreigner она замужем за иностранцем; he was married to his friend's sister он был женат на сестре своего друга; she got married to a childhood friend она вышла замуж за друга детства: be married to smth. he is practically married to his work он живет и дышит своей работой; be married by smb. they were married by a priest (by the bishop, by the mayor, etc.) их обвенчал священник и т.д.; be married in some place he was married in London он женился в Лондоне
6. XVI
marry beneath /below/ (above) one he married beneath him он женился на женщине ниже себя по положению, он совершил мезальянс; she married above herself она вышла замуж за человека, стоящего выше ее по общественному положению; marry for smth. marry for love жениться или выйти замуж по любви; marry for money жениться или выйти замуж из-за денег /по расчету/; marry for a home жениться или выйти замуж, чтобы обрести дом /семью/; marry into smth., smb. marry into a family войти в дом /в семьи/ жены или мужа, породниться с какой-л. семьей; marry into Sweden выйти замуж за шведа или жениться на шведке [и уехать в Швецию]; marry on /with/ smth. he is not able to marry on his present salary (on such prospects, etc.) он не может жениться, когда у него такая [маленькая] зарплата и т.д. || marry against smb.'s will /wishes/ жениться или выйти замуж против чьей-л. воли; marry out of one's class выйти замуж за человека или жениться на человеке не своего круга
7. XXI1
1) marry smb. for smth. marry smb. for love жениться на ком-л. или выходить замуж за кого-л. по любви; marry a girl for her pretty face жениться на девушке из-за ее хорошенького личика
2) marry smb. to smb. the clergyman married Mary to John священник повенчал /обвенчал/ Мэри и Джона
3) marry smb. to smb. marry one's daughter to a soldier (to a farmer, to a rich man, to my eldest son, etc.) выдавать дочь замуж за солдата и т.д.
8. XXV
not to marry until... he didn't marry until he was forty он не женился до сорока лет

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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