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  • 1 как мы увидим дальше

    Mathematics: As we shall see later (...)

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  • 4 Б-216

    ВИДНО БУДЕТ VP impers Invar usu. a clause in a compound sent preceded by another clause often after a там, а дальше etc) it will become clear in time, as matters progress, how one or s.o. should act or what some outcome will be: (I will (we can, you should etc) do sth. and) see what happens we shall, we'll, I'll) see (in limited contexts) we'll (letfs, I'll etc) see what's to be done we (you etc) can sort things out later.
    «Практически мой вывод такой, что мы готовы заключить с вами договор, а там видно будет» (Солженицын 2). The practical conclusion I draw is that we are prepared to sign a contract with you, and see what happens" (2a).
    Всю дорогу до самого хутора Григорий как-то несвязно и бестолково думал о недавнем, пытался хоть вехами наметить будущее, но мысль доходила до отдыха дома и дальше напарывалась на тупик. «Приеду, поотдохну трошки (regional = немного), залечу ранку, а там... - думал он... - Там видно будет» (Шолохов 3). All the way home Grigory thought disconnectedly and vaguely about the recent events, trying to make out at least a few landmarks for the future, but his thoughts got no farther than the idea of rest and recovery at home. I'll just have a bit of a rest at home and get my leg better, and then we'll see, he thought... (3a).
    Телятев:) Во-первых, ты не вздумай стреляться в комнате... во-вторых, мы с тобой сначала пообедаем хорошенько, а там видно будет (Островский 4). (Т.:) In the first place, don't think of having a duel in a room....In the second place, you and I'll have a good dinner first and then see what's to be done (4a).
    «Пусть (поступает на) гуманитарный! Хотя он ненавидит философию и бредит физикой. Лишь бы поступить, а там видно будет» (Зиновьев 2). "Let's settle for humanities! Even though he hates philosophy and dreams of physics. Just so long as he gets in, we can sort things out later" (2a).

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  • 5 видно будет

    [VP; impers; Invar; usu. a clause in a compound sent preceded by another clause; often after a там, а дальше etc]
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    it will become clear in time, as matters progress, how one or s.o. should act or what some outcome will be:
    - (I will <we can, you should etc> do sth. and) see what happens;
    - we shall <we'll, I'll> see;
    - [in limited contexts] well <let's, 141 etc> see whaVs to be done;
    - we <you etc> can sort things out later.
         ♦ "Практически мой вывод такой, что мы готовы заключить с вами договор, а там видно будет" (Солженицын 2). "The practical conclusion I draw is that we are prepared to sign a contract with you, and see what happens" (2a).
         ♦ Всю дорогу до самого хутора Григорий как-то несвязно и бестолково думал о недавнем, пытался хоть вехами наметить будущее, но мысль доходила до отдыха дома и дальше напарывалась на тупик. "Приеду, поотдохну трошки [regional немного], залечу ранку, а там... - думал он... - Там видно будет" (Шолохов 3). All the way home Grigory thought disconnectedly and vaguely about the recent events, trying to make out at least a few landmarks for the future, but his thoughts got no farther than the idea of rest and recovery at home. I'll just have a bit of a rest at home and get my leg better, and then we'll see, he thought... (3a).
         ♦ [Телятев:] Во-первых, ты не вздумай стреляться в комнате... во-вторых, мы с тобой сначала пообедаем хорошенько, а там видно будет (Островский 4). [Т.:] In the first place, don't think of having a duel in a room....In the second place, you and I'll have a good dinner first and then see what's to be done (4a).
         ♦ " Пусть [поступает на] гуманитарный! Хотя он ненавидит философию и бредит физикой. Лишь бы поступить, а там видно будет" (Зиновьев 2). "Let's settle for humanities! Even though he hates philosophy and dreams of physics. Just so long as he gets in, we can sort things out later" (2a).

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