make a detour

сделать крюк делать крюк

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

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  • make a detour — index deviate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • make a detour — by pass, take a roundabout route …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Detour Nunatak — (77°8′S 160°55′E / 77.133°S 160.917°E / 77.133; 160.917) is a broad nunatak between Frazier Glacier and the upper part of Mackay Glacier, in Victoria Land. So named in 1957 by the …   Wikipedia

  • detour — /dee toor, di toor /, n. 1. a roundabout or circuitous way or course, esp. one used temporarily when the main route is closed. 2. an indirect or roundabout procedure, path, etc. v.i. 3. to make a detour; go by way of a detour. v.t. 4. to cause to …   Universalium

  • detour — de•tour [[t]ˈdi tʊər, dɪˈtʊər[/t]] n. 1) a roundabout or circuitous way or course, esp. one used temporarily when the main route is closed 2) to make a detour; go by way of a detour 3) to cause to make a detour 4) to make a detour around •… …   From formal English to slang

  • detour — de|tour1 [ˈdi:tuə US tur] n [Date: 1700 1800; : French; Origin: détour] 1.) a way of going from one place to another that is longer than the usual way make/take a detour ▪ We took a detour to avoid the town centre. 2.) AmE a different road for… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • detour — [[t]di͟ːtʊə(r)[/t]] detours, detouring, detoured 1) N COUNT If you make a detour on a journey, you go by a route which is not the shortest way, because you want to avoid something such as a traffic jam, or because there is something you want to… …   English dictionary

  • detour — /ˈditʊə / (say deetoouh), / tuə/ (say toohuh), / tɔ/ (say taw) noun 1. a roundabout or circuitous way or course, especially one used temporarily instead of the main route. –verb (i) 2. to make a detour; go by way of a detour. –verb (t) 3. to… …   Australian English dictionary

  • detour — 1 noun (C) a way of going from one place to another that is longer than the usual way, for example because you want to avoid traffic problems or to visit something: make/take a detour BrE: We took a detour to avoid the town centre. 2 verb (I, T)… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • detour — 1. noun /ˈdiːtʊə/ A diversion or deviation from ones original route. On the third day I made a detour westward to avoid the country of the Band lu, as I did not care to be detained by a meeting with To jo. 2. verb /ˈdiːtʊə/ a) To make a detour.… …   Wiktionary

  • make — I. verb (made; making) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English macian; akin to Old High German mahhōn to prepare, make, Greek magēnai to be kneaded, Old Church Slavic mazati to anoint, smear Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a.… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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