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  • 981 шлиц

    nick, slot, spline
    * * *
    шлиц м. маш.
    1. (поперечная канавка на головке, напр. винта) slot
    крестообра́зный шлиц — Philips slot
    шлиц под отвё́ртку — screwdriver slot
    регулиро́вочный шлиц — screwdriver slot of a control
    вста́вить отвё́ртку в шлиц настро́йки — insert a screwdriver so as to engage the screwdriver slot of the tuning control
    ро́ликовые шли́цы — roller splines
    * * *

    Русско-английский политехнический словарь > шлиц

  • 982 А-31

    РАЗВОДИТЬ АНТИМОНИИ (-ю) coll VP subj: human
    1. \А-31 с кем to talk about insignificant matters, engage in idle chatter
    X разводит антимонии - X is blabbing (gabbing)
    X is shooting the breeze (with person Y).
    2. - с кем to treat s.o. with excessive gentleness, leniency
    X с Y-om антимонии разводит - X treats Y with kid gloves
    X is too easy on Y X is too soft with Y.
    3. (often infin with нечего, хватит, брось(те) etc) to observe superfluous social conventions
    X разводит антимонии - X stands on ceremony
    брось(те) разводить антимонии = (oh, stop,) I don't want to hear another word about it
    (in limited contexts) oh, don't be silly.

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  • 983 Б-87

    БОБЫ РАЗВОДИТЬ substand VP subj: human usu. this WO
    1. to waste one's time on trifles, act very slowly, procrastinate
    X бобы разводит - X fritters (fiddles) away the time
    (in limited contexts) X drags his feet.
    (author's usage) «Чем в губернское правление-то шататься да пустяки на бобах разводить, лучше бы дело делать!» (Салтыков-Щедрин 2). "Instead of wasting his time in government departments and frittering away the precious minutes on some stupid trifles, he (the pompadour) should have been doing something!" (2a).
    2. obsoles to talk about insignificant, frivolous matters (often in order to distract s.o. from sth.), engage in idle chatter
    X бобы разводит - X is prattling (on)
    X is babbling (in limited contexts) X is beating around (about) the bush
    X и Y бобы разводят - X and Y are gabbing
    X and Y are shooting the breeze (the bull).

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  • 984 Б-140

    РАЗВОДИТЬ БОДЙГУ highly coll VP subj: human to engage in idle talk
    X разводит бодягу - X is chewing the fat (the rag) (with s.o.)
    X is shooting the breeze (the bull) (with s.o.).

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  • 985 Б-156

    ВЫХОДИТЬ/ВЫЙТИ БОКОМ кому coll VP subj: abstr or, less often, human, animal, or concr) to bring trouble to s.o.: X вышел Y-y боком = X gave (caused) Y (a lot of (considerable etc)) trouble thing X turned out bad(ly) for Y X did Y (a lot of (plenty of etc)) harm (in limited contexts) Y ended up in trouble (because of X) Y got hurt when thing X misfired (in refer, to one's own mistake, misjudgment etc) thing X boomeranged (backfired, came home to roost).
    ...Подписку на заём в Пекашине из-за похорон Трофима Лобанова... пришлось отложить на два дня... «Этот старик нам ещё выйдет боком», - хмуро заметил Ганичев (Абрамов 1)....Owing to the funeral of Trofim Lobanov...the Loan pledging had had to be postponed for two days.... "Dead or not, that old man'll give us trouble yet," said Ganichev grimly (1a).
    «Совсем он (Айрапет) отощал на этом деле». - «И про жену даже забыл, - добавил Лёня и посмотрел куда-то в угол. - Боком ему может выйти эта нефть» (Аксёнов 1). "He's (Airapet has) worn himself to a frazzle over this thing." "And forgotten about his wife, even," Lenya added, looking across the room. "This oil thing may turn out bad for him" (1a).
    Даже при встречах со знакомыми он избегал разговоров о политике. Хватит с него этой политики, она и так выходила ему боком (Шолохов 5). Even when meeting acquaintances he avoided any political discussion. He had had enough of politics, they had done him enough harm already (5a).
    «Ты ведешь себя неправильно, - сказал Корытов. -...Смотри, это боком выйти может» (Зиновьев 2). "Your conduct is unbecoming," said Korytov. "...Take care or you could end up in trouble" (2a).
    Все наши российские rope-преобразователи, вроде Петра и его марксистских поклонников, умерли с чувством выполненного долга... а прожекты ихние ( ungrammat = их) нам боком выходят» (Максимов 3). "All our crackpot Russian reformers, like Peter and his Marxist admirers, have died with a sense of duty well done...and we're the ones who get hurt when their bright ideas misfire" (3a).
    ...Я написал в предисловии, что «считаю своим приятным долгом поблагодарить сотрудников КГБ и прокуратуры» за то, что они рукопись не изъяли, но мои насмешки вышли боком: некоторые на Западе приняли мою благодарность всерьёз (Амальрик 1)....I said in my foreword that I felt pleasantly obliged to thank the KGB agents and the prosecutor's office for not having confiscated my manuscript. But my little joke at the expense of the KGB boomeranged: some people in the West took my expression of gratitude seriously (1a).

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  • 986 В-314

    ДЕТСКОЕ ВРЕМЯ NP sing only usu. subj-compl with бытье, nom only ( subj: a phrase denoting a point in time) or VP subj. with бытье) (said at some point in the evening or night to encourage s.o. to stay longer at one's place, to engage in some activity, not to go to bed yet etc) it is early, even children are still awake
    itfc still early
    it's too early the night is (still) young.
    «Сейчас... 12 часов, для нас с тобой это детское время, а позвонить сейчас простому человеку, такому, как эта девица, - значит обидеть её» (Лимонов 1). "...It's twelve o'clock. The night is young for you and me, but it would be an insult to go calling up an ordinary person like that girl" (1a).

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  • 987 В-351

    ВСЯКАЯ ВСЯЧИНА coll NP sing only fixed WO
    1. (obj or subj) the most diverse things, objects, phenomena
    all sorts (kinds) of things (stuff)
    (of material objects) sundries (all kinds of) odds and ends odd items (when introduced by Conj «и» at the end of an enumeration) and what have you.
    Мужик и работники заткнули дыру всякой всячиной (Герцен 1). The peasant and the others plugged the hole with all sorts of things (1a).
    «Что везешь к нам?» - спросил мой старик. «Ткани для женских платьев и мужских рубашек, — сказал Самуил, - галоши с загнутыми носками, какие обожают абхазцы, стёкла для ламп, иголки для швейных машин, нитки, пуговицы, чуму, холеру и другую всякую всячину» (Искандер 3). "What are you bringing us?" my old man asked. "Yard goods for women's dresses and men's shirts," Samuel said, "galoshes with turned-up toes of the kind Abkhazians adore, lamp chimneys, sewing-machine needles, thread, buttons, plague, cholera, and other sundries" (3a).
    Хотел он ей (птице) тут же размозжить голову, но вспомнил, что рядом, в Гаграх, живёт принц Ольден-бургский и от скуки покупает всякую всячину (Искандер 3). Не wanted to smash its (the bird's) head then and there, but remembered that nearby in Gagra lived a Prince Oldenburgsky who bought odd items out of boredom (3a).
    2. ( usu. prep obj
    used with verbs of speaking) different things, topics, subjects (of conversation, discussion, reading, or contemplation)
    anything and everything
    everything under the sun all sorts (kinds) of things this and that.
    Так, разговаривая о всякой всячине, они шли по дороге (Искандер 5). Thus they walked along the road, talking of anything and everything (5a).
    Там мы жарили картошку на электрической плитке, прозванной «камином», распивали крепчайший чай и толковали о всякой всячине... (Копелев 1). There we fried potatoes on a hotplate, dubbed "the fireplace," drank the strongest tea, and talked about everything under the sun (1a).
    Ему хотелось на постоялый двор, к... Козлевичу, с которым так приятно попить чаю и покалякать о всякой всячине (Ильф и Петров 2). Не was longing to get back to the tavern, to...Kozlevich, with whom it was so nice to drink tea and chat about this and that (2a).

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  • 988 Г-11

    (И) НИКАКИХ ГВОЗДЕЙ coll these forms only sent usu. the concluding clause in a compound sent or indep. sent often used after a verb denoting a command, decision etc that should be carried out fixed WO
    (used to emphasize the categorical nature of an order, the finality of a decision etc) no objection or discussion will be tolerated
    and that's that
    and that's final and I (he etc) won't take no for an answer and I (he etc) won't hear of anything else (when used with a command) and no (ifs, ands, or) buts (about it) and no argument(s) (back talk, nonsense).
    ...Как здорово она (Яковлева) отбрила этого Бударина: «Все, с этим вопросом покончено». И никаких гвоздей! Участвовать в нарушении закона она не может (Войнович 3). How soundly she (Yakovleva) rebuked that Budarin: "That's all, the matter is finished." And that was that! She would not be an accessory to a violation of the law (3a).
    «Ты ж знаешь мою Дусю, расплакалась: „Поехали выручать сынулю!" - и никаких гвоздей» (Черненок 1). "You know my Dusya, she starts wailing, 'Let's go save our son!'-and won't hear of anything else" (1a).

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  • 989 Д-80

    ДЕЛО ДЕЛАТЬ VP subj: human usu. this WO
    1. to be engaged in work, occupy o.s. with some activity
    X дело делает - X keeps (himself) busy
    X attends to his work
    X-y надо дело делать - X should be doing something
    давайте дело делать =• leVs get to work.
    «Чем в губернское правление-то шататься... лучше бы дело делать!» (Салтыков-Щедрин 2). "Instead of wasting his time in government departments...he should have been doing something!" (2a).
    Вышинский? Законченный негодяй. Всю жизнь был меньшевиком, понятно, в меньшевиках можно дела не делать, только краснобайствовать (Рыбаков 2). What about Vyshinsky? Не was a thoroughbred scoundrel. All his life he'd been a Menshevik. That was understandable: among the Mensheviks you didn't have to do anything, other than engage in rhetoric (2a).
    2. to do sth. needed, important
    X дело делает = X is doing real work
    X is doing something worthwhile (useful etc).
    «Эхе, xe!
    двенадцать часов! - сказал наконец Чичиков, взглянув на часы. - Что ж я так закопался? Да ещё пусть бы дело делал...» (Гоголь 3). "Oh, my, it's twelve o'clock already," said Chichikov, glancing at his watch. "Why have I been lingering over the stuff so long? Had I been doing something worthwhile, it wouldn't have been so bad..." (3c).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > Д-80

  • 990 Д-120

    HE ТВОЁ (его и т. п.) СОБАЧЬЕ ДЕЛО substand, rude (sent these forms only fixed WO
    it absolutely does not concern you (him etc), does not have any relation to you (him etc): itfs none of your (his etc) goddamn(ed) (damn, fucking) business
    don't stick your nose where it doesn't belong keep your nose out of my (our, other peopled etc) business.
    Всё это должно делаться не так, и не их это собачье дело, не они за это отвечают, и никто их не просит заниматься таким просветительством... (Стругацкие 1). This is not the way it should be done. And it's none of their goddamned business, it's not their responsibility, no one asked them to engage in educational activities (1a).

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  • 991 Д-340

    выбивать/выбить (вышибать/вышибить, выкол Ачивать/выколотить) дурь из кого (из головы чьей, у кого) coll, occas. rude VP subj: human usu. pfv often infin (with надо, пора), fut (1st pers sing, used as a threat), or subjunctive) by using strong measures, to force s.o. to give up a bad habit, relinquish a wrong idea, cease to engage in some reprehensible behavior etc: X выбьет дурь из Y-a (у Y-a из головы) = X will knock the nonsense out of Y's head (out of Y) X will knock (pound, talk) some sense into Y's head (into Y)
    (author's usage) «Слушай ты, мыслитель, я из тебя эту дурь окопную быстро вышибу...»(Максимов 1). ( context transl) "Listen, philosopher, it's not going to take me very long to knock your shell-shock out of you" (1a).

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  • 992 З-34

    HE ТУДА ЗАЕХАТЬ highly coll VP subj: human usu. past usu. this WO to make an inappropriate digression from the topic under discussion, say sth. unfitting
    X не туда заехал -(with the focus on straying from the topic at hand) X got off course (off the track)
    (with the focus on the inappropriateness of a comment) X went too far X said something he shouldn't have X shouldn't have said that X (X's remark etc) was out of line.
    «Напрасно ты упомянул о наркотиках. Этой темы в разговорах с Беллой лучше не касаться». - «Да, я и сам сразу понял, что не туда заехал». "You shouldn't have brought up narcotics. It's better to steer clear of that topic when talking to Bella." "Yes, I knew right away that I said something I shouldn't have."

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  • 993 З-46

    В ЗАКЛЮЧЕНИЕ PrepP Invar sent adv
    (used to introduce the final point in a speech or writing, topic of discussion, event in a series of events etc) finally, lastly
    in conclusion
    in closing conclude (end) by (saying sth.) conclude (end) with sth. (in order) to conclude (a discussion (a speech etc)).
    "В заключение команда выздоравливающих исполнит патриотические песни...» (Федин 1). "In conclusion a team of convalescents will perform patriotic songs..." (1a).
    Скажу в заключение, что он (Печорин) был вообще очень недурён... (Лермонтов 1). Let me conclude by saying that he (Pechorin) was on the whole rather good-looking... (lc).
    В заключение Марк Александрович в резкой форме критиковал неисправных поставщиков (Рыбаков 2). Не (Mark Alexandrovich) concluded with sharp criticism of faulty suppliers (2a).

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  • 994 З-191

    НАВЙЗНУТЬ В ЗУБАХ (у кого) highly coll VP subj: usu. abstr usu. past) to become unbearably boring, annoying to s.o. (because of its monotony, endless repetitions etc)
    X навяз у Y-a в зубах = X bored Y to death (to tears)
    Y was sick to death (sick and tired) of X Y had had enough of X Y was fed up (to the teeth) with X Y had had it up to here (with X) (of a topic of conversation, discussion etc) X had been talked to death (into the ground).
    (author's usage) Мне было скучно объяснять навязшие на зубах российские несчастья, но пришлось (Лимонов 1). It was boring for me to explain Russia's misfortunes, I was sick to death of them, but I had to (1a).
    «Сегодня уже все знают, что есть человек. Что с человеком делать - вот вопрос. Да и то, признаться, уже навяз в зубах» (Стругацкие 1). Today everybody knows what man is. The problem is what to do with him. And even that one's been talked to death" (1a).

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  • 995 К-3

    РАЗДУВАТЬ/РАЗДУТЬ КАДИЛО highly coll VP subj: human
    1. to expand a business, enterprise, or launch some activity successfully
    X раздует кадило - X will get it going great guns
    X will make a go of it (in limited contexts) X will drum up business.
    2. to turn an unimportant matter into an object of excessive discussion, investigation etc by attaching unwarranted significance to it
    X раздует кадило - X will blow things (it) (all) out of proportion
    X will make a big to-do about it X will make (kick up) a fuss X will raise a hue and cry.

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  • 996 К-99

    раскрывать/раскрьпъ (открывать/ открьпъ) (свой) карты (кому, перед кем) VP subj: human to cease hiding one's plans, intentions
    X раскрыл свои карты (Y-y) - X put (laid) his cards on the table
    X showed his cards (his hand) (to Y) X tipped his hand X revealed his cards (to Y)
    Neg X не раскрывал карт - X played (kept, held) his cards close to the (his) chest (vest)
    X played (it) close to the vest.
    "Я поразился, что он раскрыл нынче свои карты... Знает, что взглядов этих из нас никто не может разделять, а для чего-то разоткровенничался» (Шолохов 3). "I was surprised that he put his cards on the table....He knows that none of us can possibly share these views, but for some reason he opened up" (3a).
    А не приводят ли мои рассуждения о юморе к некоторой опасной потере чувства юмора? В таком случае беру свои слова назад. Или даже лучше - раскрываю карты. Эти страницы на самом деле написаны с одобрения самых высших инстанций для выявления людей, которые своими улыбками или тем более смехом... обнаруживают свою диалектическую неблагонадёжность (Искандер 4). Won't my discussion of humor lead to a certain dangerous loss of sense of humor? In that case I immediately take back my words. Or even better, I lay my cards on the table. These pages were actually written with the approval of the highest courts, in order to detect people who by smiling, or especially by laughing, reveal their dialectical unreliability (4a)
    Пулеметчики - все поголовно большевики. Он (Бунчук) их сумел настроить. Я поразился, что он раскрыл нынче свои карты» (Шолохов 3). "The machine-gunners are Bolsheviks to the last man He's (Bunchuk has) certainly succeeded in winning them over. I was astonished when he showed his hand today" (3b).
    «Стоит ли прежде времени раскрывать перед Юрием Павловичем (Де-менским) наши карты? Деменский или потрясен случившимся, или хранит тайну...» (Черненок 1). "Should we reveal our cards to Yuri Pavlovich (Demensky) ahead of time? Demensky is either shocked by the incident or hiding a secret..." (1a).

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  • 997 К-232

    И КОНЕЦ coll (sent Invar usu. the concluding clause in a compound or complex sent)
    1. and there is nothing more to add (to what has been said or done), no further argument or discussion will be of any avail
    and that's the end of it (of that)
    and that's it (that's that, that's final).
    «Любовь? Что это такое, ты хочешь спросить? А это только обозначение обязанностей. Да. Пошлое и... легкомысленное обозначение, которое позволяет человеку в любой момент отказаться от своих самых главных обязанностей: разлюбил, и конец, а там хоть трава не расти...» (Залыгин 1). "Love? You mean, what is it? It's only another name for duty. A tasteless and flippant name,.which permits people to abandon their most important obligations whenever they feel like it, so that they can say: 'I don't love her any more, and that's the end of it, and I don't care what happens now..."' (1a).
    2. and then (after the action in question has been undertaken) the matter will be concluded, the problem in question will be resolved etc
    and that will be the end of it (the matter, the business)
    and that will be that (it) and it will all be over and that will settle it (do sth.) and be done with it.
    «Что тут размышлять? Переезжай да и конец!» (Гончаров 1). "Why hesitate? Move, and be done with it!" (1b).

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  • 998 Л-54

    ВНОСИТЬ/ВНЕСТИ СВОЮ ЛЕПТУ во что rather elev often humor in contemp. usage VP subj: human to do one's part in a shared effort
    X внёс свою лепту в Y — X did his bit (for Y)
    X added (contributed) his mite to Y X contributed his (small) share to Y X made a (his) contribution to Y (in refer, to participation in a discussion etc) X put in his two cents worth.
    Председатель Голубев сидел сейчас в кабинете и вносил свою лепту в общее большое бумажное дело (Войнович 2). At that very moment Golubev was sitting in his office doing his bit for the great cause of paper work (2a).
    «Как строители древних соборов, люди разных стран внесут свою лепту в дело созидания новой, лучшей Европы» (Эренбург 4). "Like the builders of the ancient cathedrals, the people of the various countries add their mite to the work of creating a new and a better Europe" (4a).
    Их уже не встретишь на Невском, тех пионеров... Их раскидало и расшвыряло, и они - выросли. Больше или меньше, но вносят они какой-нибудь службой лепту и в сегодняшний день (Битов 2). You won't encounter them on the Nevsky anymore, those pioneers. They were routed and sent flying— and they grew up. Whether more or less, they contribute their mite by some sort of service to the modern day as well (2a).

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  • 999 Л-75

    ГНУТЬ СВОЮ ЛИНИЮ (ГНУТЬ СВОЁ) coll ВЕСТИ СВОЮ ЛИНИЮ VP subj: human to be extremely persistent in defending or maintaining one's position (in an argument or discussion), in insisting that one get what one wants (despite another's resistance), or in carrying out one's chosen line of action (despite some opposition)
    X гнул свою линию X held (stood) his ground
    X stuck to his guns X stood firm (fast).
    ...Александра Прокофьевна упорно гнула свое: «Нет, ваши доводы я нахожу несостоятельными» (Трифонов 3)____Alexandra Prokofievna obstinately stuck to her guns. "No, I find your arguments unconvincing" (3a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > Л-75

  • 1000 М-46

    ВЫСОКИЕ МАТЕРИИ lit NP pl only fixed WO
    intellectual topics for discussion
    lofty topics (matters)
    abstract matters (arguments).
    ...Пора оставить высокие материи и попробовать сдвинуть с места сюжет (Искандер 4). It is time to abandon lofty topics...and try, despite all, to get the plot moving (4a).
    «Всё это верно... Однако футбол - не политика. И вообще, знаешь, не люблю я в высокие материи забираться. Это уж твоё прокурорское дело теории подводить» (Терц 7). "All that's true enough....But football isn't politics. And anyway, you know, I don't like getting too deep into abstr act arguments. Theories are more in your line, you're the Prosecutor" (7a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > М-46

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