taking

ˈteɪkɪŋ
1. сущ.
1) а) захват;
взятие б) арест, поимка в) ловля (рыбы и т. п.)
2) а) мн. барыши, сбор;
трофеи в) улов Syn : catch, take
3) уст. беспокойство, волнение;
тревога
2. прил. заманчивый, манящий, привлекательный, притягательный;
очаровательный, обаятельный Syn : agreeable, alluring, appealing, attractive, bewitching, captivating, charming, delicious, delightful, delightsome, enchanting, engaging, entrancing, fascinating, lovely, pleasing, ravishing, adorable, tempting, winning, winsome day's takings ≈ ежедневная выручка the day's takings ≈ дневная выручка взятие, овладение, захват и пр. pl барыши, выручка, сбор - the day's *s дневная выручка захват, поимка;
арест - * of the body (юридическое) арест кого-л. - hostage * захват заложников ловля (рыбы, животных) ;
добывание улов (рыбы) ;
добыча (на охоте) (устаревшее) возбуждение, беспокойство, волнение, тревога (устаревшее) (печальное) положение, (плохое) состояние - in a miserable * в плачевном состоянии берущий, овладевающий, захватывающий и пр. (разговорное) привлекательный, очаровательный, обаятельный, симпатичный;
покоряющий - * smile пленительная улыбка - * manners располагающие манеры (разговорное) заразный inventory ~ инвентаризация taking pres. p. от take ~ арест ~ pl барыши ~ уст. волнение, беспокойство ~ захват ~ привлекательный, заманчивый ~ улов ~ of evidence принятие доказательств;
снятие или выслушивание свидетельских показаний ~ of hostages захват заложников ~ of minutes ведение протокола

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

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