overcome


overcome
1. I
we shall overcome мы преодолеем /победим/
2. II
overcome at some time we shall overcome some day настанет время и мы победим
3. III
overcome smb., smth. ,the enemy (one's opponent, the German submarines, etc.) победить врага и т.д.; overcome all the difficulties (smb.'s resistance, smb.'s opposition, etc.) преодолевать все трудности и т.д.; she had to overcome many obstacles before she achieved success ей пришлось преодолевать немало препятствий, прежде чем она добилась успеха; overcome temptation устоять перед соблазном побороть /превозмочь/ соблазн; overcome a bad habit (one's faults, etc.) изжить дурную привычку и т.д., освободиться от дурной привычки и т.д.; anger (laughter, his feelings, homesickness, etc.) overcame him злость и т.д. охватила /обуяла его; weariness overcame her ее свалила усталость, она не смогла превозмочь усталость
4. IV
overcome smb., smth. in some manner overcome smb., smth. physically (legally, easily, slowly, etc.) победить /побороть, сломить/ кого-л., что-л. физически и т.д.
5. XI
be overcome with smth. be overcome with sorrow (with grief, with homesickness, with emotion, etc ) быть охваченным горем и т.д.; she was overcome with jealousy ее обуяла ревность; she was overcome with astonishment она была совершенно поражена, be overcome by smth. be overcome by fatigue (by lack of sleep, by hunger, etc.) валиться с ног /падать/ от усталости и т.д; be overcome by sleep не суметь превозмочь желания заснуть, засыпать на ходу; be overcome by smb.'s entreaties (by temptation, etc.) не устоять перед чьими-л. мольбами и т.д.; be overcome by shyness оробеть, застесняться; be overcome by emotion (by despair) быть охваченным чувством (отчаянием); she was overcome by the heat жара ее одолела, от жары ей стало нехорошо; they were overcome by numbers они были подавлены численным /количественным/ превосходством

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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