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make amends

  • 1 make amends

    1) компенсировать, возмещать убытки

    He made amends for the damaged goods. — Ему пришлось компенсировать стоимость испорченных товаров.

    2) стараться загладить, искупить вину

    ...she felt a vague regret at her lack of courtesy, considered that she must make amends to him in some fashion, perhaps apologise or give him some tobacco for his Christmas box. (A. J. Cronin, ‘Hatter's Castle’, book III, ch. 10) —...теперь она жалела, что была с ним так невежлива, и сказала себе, что постарается как-нибудь загладить вину: может, извинится перед ним или подарит табаку на рождество.

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  • 2 make amends

    make v amends LAW wieder gutmachen

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  • 3 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) gøre godt igen
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    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) gøre godt igen

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  • 4 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) compensar, enmendar, reparar

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  • 5 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) bæta fyrir

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  • 6 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) jóvá tesz

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  • 7 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) reparar

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  • 8 make amends

    telafi etmek, karşılamak, özür dilemek
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    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) hatasını düzeltmek, kendini affettirmek

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  • 9 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) oddolžiti se, odkupiti se

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  • 10 make amends

    • hyvittää
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    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) hyvittää

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  • 11 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) gjøre godt igjen

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  • 12 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) riparare

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  • 13 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) wiedergutmachen

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  • 14 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) naprawiać szkody, wynagradzać

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  • 15 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) atlīdzināt; kompensēt

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  • 16 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) atsiteisti, atlyginti nuostolius

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  • 17 make amends

    göra bot
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    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) gottgöra ngt, bättra sig

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  • 18 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) napravit, odškodnit
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    • odškodnit
    • nahradit škodu

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  • 19 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) napraviť
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    • kompenzovat
    • odškodnit (niekoho)

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  • 20 make amends

    (to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc: He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.) a repara, a îndrepta

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См. также в других словарях:

  • make amends — index propitiate, recoup (reimburse), redeem (satisfy debts), redress, refund, remedy, repay, repent …   Law dictionary

  • make amends — COMPENSATE, recompense, indemnify, make it up to; atone for, make up for, make good, expiate. → amends * * * make amends 1. To supply a loss 2. To compensate (for) • • • Main Entry: ↑amend make amends To render co …   Useful english dictionary

  • make amends — after all the pain I ve caused, is it possible to make amends? he s obviously trying to make amends for what he s done Syn: make good, atone, make up, indemnify, expiate …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • make amends — to do something because you did not do it when you should have. Wendi hopes that by winning today s match she will make amends to her fans for losing such an easy match yesterday. Usage notes: often followed by a phrase that begins with to, by,… …   New idioms dictionary

  • make amends — verb To repair a relationship; to make up; to resolve an argument or fight; to make reparations or redress. I hope they can stop fighting and make amends …   Wiktionary

  • make amends — apologize to someone you have hurt, make up for    What can I do to make amends for opening her personal mail? …   English idioms

  • make amends to — it s up to you to make amends to those you ve hurt Syn: compensate, recompense, redress, indemnify, make it up to …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • make amends — to try to make a situation better after you have done something wrong I wish I could make amends somehow …   English dictionary

  • make amends — Synonyms and related words: atone, atone for, compensate, cover, do penance, expiate, fill up, get satisfaction, give and take, give satisfaction, indemnify, kick back, live down, make compensation, make good, make matters up, make reparation,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • make amends — compensate for a wrongdoing. → amends …   English new terms dictionary

  • make amends — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. atone, make up for, compensate; see reconcile 2 , repay 1 , settle 9 …   English dictionary for students

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