neglect


neglect
1. III
neglect smb. neglect one's wife (a child, one's friends, etc.) не обращать внимания на жену /не уделять внимания жене/ и т.д., пренебрежительно относиться к жене и т.д.; neglect smth. neglect one's duties (one's studies, smb.'s advice, criticism, an opportunity, etc.) пренебрегать своими обязанностями и т.д.; he has neglected his work он запустил /не выполняет/ свою работу; she neglects her appearance она совсем не следит за своей внешностью; don't neglect your health не запускайте свое здоровье, не пренебрегайте своим здоровьем; she neglected the plant and it died она не заботилась о растении /не ухаживала за растением/, и оно погибло; historians neglected these facts историки не приняли эти факты во внимание
2. IV
neglect smb., smth. in some manner neglect smb., smth. utterly (totally, awfully, habitually, wilfully, etc.) совершенно и т.д. пренебрегать кем-л., чем-л. /не обращать внимания на кого-л., что-л./
3. XI
be neglected she saw that her son was neglected она видела, что ее сына обходят вниманием; feel neglected I felt neglected мне казалось /у меня было такое ощущение/, что на меня не обращают внимания /что мною пренебрегают/; look neglected the house looked neglected дом выглядел заброшенным
4. XIII
neglect to do smth. neglect to wind up the clock (to pay a visit, to provide smb. with letters of introduction, to pay one's debts, to verify one's quotations, etc.) забыть завести часы и т.д; you've neglected to clean your shoes this morning ты не почистил /забыл почистить/ ботинки сегодня [утром]
5. XIV
neglect doing smth. neglect taking саге of the plant (looking after smb. 's safety, locking the door, etc.) забывать /не/ ухаживать за растением и т.д.; don't neglect writing to your mother не забывай писать матери
6. XXI1
neglect smth. to smb. neglect one's duty to smb. пренебрегать своими обязанностями в отношении кого-л.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Neglect — Neg*lect , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Neglected}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Neglecting}.] [L. neglectus, p. p. of neglegere (negligere) to disregard, neglect, the literal sense prob. being, not to pick up; nec not, nor (fr. ne not + que, a particle akin to Goth …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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