carry off


1) уносить, уводить;
похищать;
захватывать to carry off a sentry воен. ≈ 'снять', захватить часового
2) выигрывать (приз) Jim carried off most of the prizes at the races. ≈ Джим выиграл большую часть призов. Syn : bear away
1) , bear off
3)
3) скрашивать
4) выдерживать Though frightened he carried it off very well. ≈ Хотя он и испугался, но не показал вида. It was a daring attempt but he carried it off. ≈ Это было трудно, но он это сделал.
5) разг. свести в могилу Syn : bear away
4) , bear off
4) , carry away
4)
6) успешно закончить, выполнить (какое-л. трудное дело) This piano piece is difficult to carry off. ≈ Эта фортепианная пьеса очень трудна для исполнения. Syn : bring off
2) , come off
4) , pull off
2)
7) извинять Quick thinking and ready speech may carry off a little daring. ≈ Если человек быстро думает и у него хорошо подвешен язык, то ему простят многое. свести в могилу выигрывать (приз) ;
- to * most of the medals выиграть большую часть медалей (разговорное) выдерживать;
- to carry it off не подать виду, глазом не моргнуть;
- he carried it off very cleverly он очень ловко выпутался

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • carry off — transitive verb Date: circa 1680 1. to cause the death of < the plague carried off thousands > 2. to perform or manage successfully ; bring off < tried to look suave but couldn t carry it off > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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