take apart


1) разбирать(ся) (на части) We have to take apart the whole engine. ≈ Нам придется разобрать весь мотор. Does this toy take apart so that the child can find out how it works? ≈ Эта игрушка разбирается на части так, чтобы ребенок мог понять, как она работает?
2) раскритиковать Tom's latest book has been taken apart by the newspapers. ≈ Последнюю книгу Тома резко раскритиковали газеты.
3) наносить поражение An experienced fighter should be able to take his young opponent apart in a few rounds. ≈ Опытный борец сможет всего за несколько раундов нанести поражение своему молодому сопернику.
4) ругать I'll take that boy apart when he gets back : look what he's done now! ≈ Когда этот мальчишка вернется, ему несдобровать : вы только посмотрите, что он наделал! Syn : bawl out
2) , be down on
1) , bring up
10) , brush down, burn up
5) , call down
4) , chew out, chew up
3) , choke off
3) , come down on
3) , dress down
1) , dust down
2) , hop on
2) , jack up
3) , land on
2) , lay out
8) , rebuke, reprove, sail into
1) , scold
1. , sit on
3) , speak to
4) , step on
3) , strip down, strip off
2) , talk to
1) , tell off
3) , tick off
3) , walk into
2) разбирать на части - we have to * the whole engine нам придется разобрать (на части) весь мотор разбираться - the machine takes apart машина (легко) разбирается раскритиковать - to * the young writer's first novel раскритиковать в пух и прах первый роман молодого писателя - he took my evidence apart он не оставил камня на камне от моих показаний

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

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  • take apart — take (something) apart to examine something carefully in order to completely understand it. I decided to take apart this popular word “subculture” and see what it really means. Etymology: based on the literal meaning of take something apart (=… …   New idioms dictionary

  • take apart — index break (separate), disjoint, dissolve (separate) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • take apart — verb 1. divide into pieces (Freq. 1) our department was dismembered when our funding dried up The Empire was discerped after the war • Syn: ↑dismember, ↑discerp • Hypernyms: ↑separate, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • take apart — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you take something apart, you separate it into the different parts that it is made of. [V n P] When the clock stopped, he took it apart, found what was wrong, and put the whole thing together again. [Also V P n (not pron)] Syn …   English dictionary

  • take apart — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms take apart : present tense I/you/we/they take apart he/she/it takes apart present participle taking apart past tense took apart past participle taken apart 1) to separate an object into pieces My watch stopped …   English dictionary

  • take-apart — ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: take apart : constructed so as to be readily taken apart and reassembled : takedown take apart toys …   Useful english dictionary

  • take apart — take (someone) apart to try to understand a person by examining their personality and character. That psychiatrist wanted to take me apart to see what makes me tick. Etymology: based on the literal meaning of take something apart (= separate the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • take apart — Synonyms and related words: atomize, break to pieces, cleave, defoliate, demolish, denude, disassemble, disintegrate, dismantle, dismember, dismount, draw and quarter, flay, fragment, lacerate, maim, make mincemeat of, mangle, mutilate, peel,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • take apart — 1) we took the machine apart Syn: dismantle, pull to pieces, pull apart, disassemble, break up; tear down, demolish, destroy, wreck 2) informal the scene was taken apart by the director See criticize …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • take apart — verb a) to dismantle something into its component pieces. I carefully took the clock mechanism apart to clean it. b) to soundly defeat someone, or a team And besides, I was also enjoying the way you took them apart. You know, arguing with them… …   Wiktionary

  • take apart — {v. phr.} To dismantle; disassemble. * /Boys like taking radios and watches apart, but they seldom know how to put them back together again./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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