boil


boil
1. I
milk (soup, a pot, etc.) boils /is boiling молоко и т. д. кипит; when water boils it changes Into steam при кипении вода превращается в пар; the kettle (coffee, milk, etc.) is boiling чайник и т. д. кипит; while the water was boiling he washed his hands пока кипятилась вода, on вымыл /помыл/ руки: one's blood boils кровь кипит /играет/; this makes my blood boil от этого во мне вскипает кровь /все кипит/, это доводит меня до бешенства; the sea is boiling море бурлит /пенится/
2. II
boil In some manner the kettle boils fast (slowly, etc..) чайник быстро и т. д. закипает; soup is boiling gently (violently, etc.) суп тихонько и т. д. кипит /кипит на маленьком огне/
3. III
boil smth. boil some water (milk, the concoction, etc.) (вскипятить воду и т. и.; boil linen (clothes, the, towels, etc.) прокипятить белье и т. д; boil eggs (vegetables, potatoes, fish, meat, etc.) (с)варить яйца и т. д.
4. IV
boil smth. in some manner boil the milk thoroughly (gently, once more, etc.) хорошо и т. д. прокипятить молоко; boil smth. for some time please boil my egg three minutes для меня, пожалуйста, варите яйцо три минуты
5. V
boil smb. smth. shall I boil you all egg? сварить вам яйцо?
6. VI
boil smth. to some state boil an egg soft (hard) варить яйцо всмятку (вкрутую)
7. XV
boil to some state boil hot кипеть ключом; don't let the kettle boil dry не дай чайнику выкипеть
8. XVI
1) boil fur some time the potatoes have been boiling for twenty minutes картофель варится уже двадцать минут; boil on smth. the water is boiling on the fire вода кипит на огне
2) boil with smith. boil with rage (with anger, with wrath, etc.) кипеть от гнева и т. д; he is boiling with indignation он кипят негодованием; she is boiling with hatred в ней бушует ненависть; he is always boiling with activity он очень деятельный, он всегда чем-то очень занят
9. XXI1
boil smth. in smth. boil vegetables in water (fish in milk, etc.) варить овощи в воде и т. д., boil smth. for some time boil fish (egg, vegetables, etc.) for five minutes варить рыбу и т. д. пять минут; boil smth. for smb. boil some milk for the baby вскипятить ребенку немного молока

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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