bring down

bring down а) свалить; сломать In American football, you have to try tobring down your opponent. б) снижать (цены) Shopkeepers have been asked tobring down their prices. в) заставлять кого-л. снижать цены We bought thedealer down to a much lower figure. г) сбивать (самолет) The gunners broughtdown three planes. д) подстрелить The hunter brought down a deer. е) победить(врага, политического оппонента) At the next vote, we must try to bring downthe government. ж) делать переносы при умножении When you divide 216 by 4,divide 4 into 21, giving 5 with I remaining; then bring down the next figure,6, and divide This 16 by 4; the answer is 54. з) доводить (рассказ о событиях,записи и т. п.) до определённого времени We have been asked to rewrite thehistory book, bringing it down to 1980. и) приводить в уныние, расстраиватьThe youngest son has only brought down trouble on the family. к) передавать,оставлять что-л. своим последователям, передавать что-л. из поколения в поко-ление This ring has been brought down in my family. л) снижать до своего уров-ня We are afraid that Helen will bring Simon down to her own level. м) дово-дить до сведения населения The city council will bring down the new spendingplans on Monday.

Англо-русский словарь. — М.: Советская энциклопедия. . 1969.

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  • bring down — verb 1. move something or somebody to a lower position (Freq. 3) take down the vase from the shelf • Syn: ↑lower, ↑take down, ↑let down, ↑get down • Ant: ↑raise ( …   Useful english dictionary

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  • bring-down — 1. n. something that depresses someone. □ The news was a terrible bring down. □ Just to see your face was a bring down. 2. n. something that brings someone back to reality. □ The bill for the week’s stay was a real bring down …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • bring down — 1) he was brought down by his own teammate Syn: trip, knock over, knock down; foul 2) I couldn t bear to bring her down Syn: depress, sadden, upset, get down, dispirit, dishearten, discourage 3) …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • bring down — 1) PHRASAL VERB When people or events bring down a government or ruler, they cause the government or ruler to lose power. [V P n (not pron)] They were threatening to bring down the government by withdrawing from the ruling coalition... [V n P]… …   English dictionary

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