plant


plant
1. III
1) plant smth. plant trees (cabbages, flowers, etc.) сажать /высаживать/ деревья и т.д.; plant seeds сеять семена; plant a garden сажать /разбивать, закладывать/ сад; plant fish разводить рыбу; now is the time for planting a herbacious border сейчас как раз время высадить /посадить/ цветочный бордюр
2) plant smth. coll. plant a blow punch/ стукнуть кулаком, "влепить", "вмазать"
3) plant smth. plant ideas (principles, doctrines, etc.) внушать /внедрять, вселять/ идеи и т.д.
4) plant smb. plant spies засылать /внедрять/ шпионов
2. IV
1) plant smth. in some manner plant flowers (bushes, etc.) ornamentally (conventionally, geometrically, etc.) красиво и т.д. сажать /рассаживать/ цветы и т.д.
2) plant smth. in some manner plant one's feet wide apart встать, широко расставив ноги
3) plant smth. somewhere plant shops (agencies, branch stores, etc.) abroad (everywhere. all over, etc.) размещать /открывать/ магазины и т.д. за границей и т.д.
3. XI
1) be planted for smth. these flowers (these bushes, etc.) are planted for ornament эти цветы и т.д. сажают для красоты и т.д.; be planted with smth. my ground is mostly planted with fruit-trees мой участок в основном засажен фруктовыми деревьями
2) be planted somewhere branch agencies (branch stores, etc.) are planted all over повсюду открыты районные агентства и т.д.
4. XII
1) have smth. planted with smth. I have my garden (my ground, etc.) planted with flowers (with bushes, etc.) у меня сад и т.д. засажен цветами и т.д.
2) have smth. planted in some manner he has his feet firmly planted on the ground он твердо стоит на земле
3) have smth., smb. planted somewhere they have their agencies (branches, shops, etc.) planted everywhere (abroad, etc.) у них есть свой агентства и т.д. повсюду и т.д.; they have their spies planted all over у них повсюду свои шпионы
5. XVIII
plant oneself somewhere plant oneself in front of the fire расположиться у камина; plant oneself in the doorway стать в дверях [загородив проход] id plant oneself on smb. навязаться кому-л. (в гости, в спутники и т.п.)
6. XXI1
1) plant smth. with /to/ smth. plant a field with corn (a section with vegetables, a garden with rose-bushes, a churchyard with yew trees, land with fruit-trees, one's garden with beans, fields to wheat, etc.) засаживать поле хлебами и т.д.; they set up a monument and planted it round with trees они поставили памятник и кругом обсадили его деревьями; plant smth. in (on, etc.) smth. plant vegetables in one's garden (trees in the streets, bushes on the banks, etc.) сажать овощи в огороде и т.д.
2) plant smth. at (in, on, etc.) smth. plant a Xmas tree at the door (a house right in front of the station, etc.) поставить елку у дверей и т.д.; plant a flag on a building (on an island, etc.) водрузить флаг на здании и т.д.; plant a battery on a height mil, установить батарею на высоте; plant one's feet firmly on the ground крепко стоять на ногах; plant a stake in the ground укрепить кол /столб/ в земле; plant smb. before (on, etc.) smth. plant a sentry before a door (a policeman on every corner, posts along a road, etc.) поставить часового перед дверью и т.д.
3) plant smth. in (on, etc.) smth. plant a bullet in the target попасть [пулей] в мишень; plant a dagger in smb.'s heart всадить кинжал кому-л. в сердце; plant a blow on smb.'s ear coll. заехать /дать/ кому-л. в ухо; plant one's fist on smb.'s nose (in the palm of his other hand, etc.) coll. дать /стукнуть/ кулаком кому-л. по носу и т.д.
4) plant smth. in (on, with , etc.) smb. plant a love for learning in growing children прививать детям любовь к учению; she plants stories about herself with her neighbours она все время распускает слухи о себе среди [своих] соседей; plant a manuscript on a publisher (worthless shares on the public, etc.) всучить рукопись издателю и т.д.; plant stolen goods on smb. подсовывать /сбывать/ кому-л. краденные вещи

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • plant — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, from Old English plantian, from Late Latin plantare to plant, fix in place, from Latin, to plant, from planta plant Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a. to put or set in the ground for growth < plant… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • PLANT — n. m. T. d’Agriculture Il se dit des Jeunes tiges nouvellement plantées ou propres à l’être. Je voudrais bien avoir du plant de cet arbre. Un plant de vigne. élever du plant. Il se dit aussi d’une Certaine quantité de jeunes arbres ou de plantes …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • Plant breeding — is the art and science of changing the genetics of plants in order to produce desired characteristics.[1] Plant breeding can be accomplished through many different techniques ranging from simply selecting plants with desirable characteristics for …   Wikipedia

  • Plant physiology — is a subdiscipline of botany concerned with the function, or physiology, of plants.Salisbury, Frank B. Cleon W. Ross, 1992. Plant physiology , 4th ed. (Belmont, California: Wadsworth Publishing). ISBN 0 534 15162 0] Closely related fields include …   Wikipedia

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