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  • 1 по блату

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > по блату

  • 2 блат

    муж.; разг.
    (знакомство, связи) profitable connections, protection, pull

    по блату — on the quiet, illicitly, through good connections, by backstair(s) influence

    Русско-английский словарь по общей лексике > блат

  • 3 по блату

    on the quiet, illicitly, through good connections, by backstair(s) influence

    Русско-английский словарь по общей лексике > по блату

  • 4 он человек с большими связями

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > он человек с большими связями

  • 5 путём переговоров

    1) General subject: by( means of) negotiation
    3) Economy: by negotiations
    4) Diplomatic term: by( means of) negotiations
    5) Business: by means of negotiations, by negotiation, in an amicable way, on an amicable basis, through negotiations
    6) Makarov: by means of negotiation

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > путём переговоров

  • 6 Б-76

    ПО БЛАТУ достать, получить что, устроить кого-что и т. п. coll PrepP Invar adv
    (to get, receive, arrange sth., get s.o. a desired position etc) by using connections, with the help of influential friends, contacts etc, illicitly
    by pulling strings
    through by (through) knowing the right people use influence (to get sth. etc) (one got (obtained etc) sth.) because one has pull (connections).
    Она курила длинные иностранные сигареты, которые доставала по блату... (Войнович 6). She smoked long foreign cigarettes that she got through her connections (6a).
    Мазила на выставку попасть не смог. Неврастеник, попавший на неё по блату, сказал, что выставка, конечно, любопытная. Но стоять часами в очередях из-за неё не стоит (Зиновьев 1). Dauber didn't manage to get in (to the exhibition) at all. Neurasthenic, who did manage to get in thanks to his connections, said that the exhibition was interesting enough, but not so interesting as to be worth queuing for hours to see (1a).
    Видно, друзья по блату устроили ему однодневный пропуск (Искандер 3). Evidently some friends had used influence to arrange a one-day pass for him (3a).
    ...Растление литературы дошло до того, что совершенно стёрлись всякие грани между профессиональным писателем и пришедшим по блату (Войнович 1). The corruption of literature has gone so far as to have obliterated all the boundary lines between the professional writer and those who are published because they have pull (1a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > Б-76

  • 7 Ж-3

    ПАХНЕТ/ЗАПАХЛО ЖАРЕНЫМ highly coll VP impers)
    1. sth. promises profit
    it sth. smells of money
    therefe money to be made.
    У этого спекулянта большие связи, он всегда знает, где пахнет жареным. This speculator has good connections and always knows where there's money to be made.
    2. Also: ПАХНЕТ/ЗАПАХЛО ПАЛЁНЫМ highly coll danger from or punishment for some wrongdoing, illegal actions etc is imminent
    one smells trouble (coming)
    there's danger in the air it looks like they've got me (you etc) it looks like the jig is up.
    «Так, - сказал Губошлёп, не утрачивая своей загадочной весёлости. - Что-то палёным пахнет» (Шукшин 1). "Damn," said Fat Lip, without losing his enigmatic gaiety. "It looks like they've got us" (1a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > Ж-3

  • 8 С-18

    КАК САПОЖНИК (-и) highly coll, disapprov (как + NP nom only)
    1.
    adv
    (to do sth.) very poorly or clumsily: играть в теннис (в шахматы и т. п.) как сапожник = play a rotten (lousy, pathetic etc) game of tennis (chess etc)
    play tennis etc like a klutz
    ездить верхом (играть на скрипке и т. п.) как сапожник - be a lousy (rotten, terrible, hopeless etc) rider (violinist etc)
    переводить как сапожник - be a lousy (bungling, awkward etc) translator.
    С ним скучно играть в теннис: он играет как сапожник. It's boring to play tennis with him-he plays like a klutz.
    2. пьян(ый), напиться, нарезаться и т. п. - ( modif or adv (intensif)) (to be, get etc) very (drunk): (be (get)) drunk as a skunk (as a sailor, as a fiddler).
    3. ругаться, материться - ( adv (intensif)) (to swear) vehemently
    X ругался \С-18 - X swore like a trooper (a stevedore, a truckdriver)
    X cursed (cussed) a blue streak X turned the air blue X cursed up hill and down dale.
    Она курила длинные иностранные сигареты, которые доставала по блату... пила водку, пела похабные частушки и вообще материлась как сапожник (Войнович 6). She smoked long foreign cigarettes that she got through her connections...drank vodka, sang bawdy songs, and swore like a trooper (6a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > С-18

  • 9 по блату

    ПО БЛАТУ достать, получить что, устроить кого-что и т.п. coll
    [PrepP; Invar; adv]
    =====
    (to get, receive, arrange sth., get s.o. a desired position etc) by using connections, with the help of influential friends, contacts etc, illicitly:
    - through < thanks to> one's connections;
    - use influence (to get sth. etc);
    - (one got (obtained etc) sth.) because one has pull (connections).
         ♦ Она курила длинные иностранные сигареты, которые доставала по блату... (Войнович 6). She smoked long foreign cigarettes that she got through her connections (6a).
         ♦ Мазила на выставку попасть не смог. Неврастеник, попавший на неё по блату, сказал, что выставка, конечно, любопытная. Но стоять часами в очередях из-за неё не стоит (Зиновьев 1). Dauber didn't manage to get in [to the exhibition] at all. Neurasthenic, who did manage to get in thanks to his connections, said that the exhibition was interesting enough, but not so interesting as to be worth queuing for hours to see (1a).
         ♦ Видно, друзья по блату устроили ему однодневный пропуск (Искандер 3). Evidently some friends had used influence to arrange a one-day pass for him (3a).
         ♦...Растление литературы дошло до того, что совершенно стёрлись всякие грани между профессиональным писателем и пришедшим по блату (Войнович 1). The corruption of literature has gone so far as to have obliterated all the boundary lines between the professional writer and those who are published because they have pull (1a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > по блату

  • 10 запахло жареным

    ПАХНЕТ/ЗАПАХЛО ЖАРЕНЫМ highly coll
    [VP; impers]
    =====
    1. sth. promises profit:
    - it (sth.) smells of money;
    - there's money to be made.
         ♦ У этого спекулянта большие связи, он всегда знает, где пахнет жареным. This speculator has good connections and always knows where there's money to be made.
    2. Also: ПАХНЕТ/ЗАПАХЛО ПАЛЕНЫМ highly coll danger from or punishment for some wrongdoing, illegal actions etc is imminent:
    - it looks like they've got me (you etc);
    - it looks like the jig is up.
         ♦ "Так, - сказал Губошлёп, не утрачивая своей загадочной весёлости. - Что-то палёным пахнет" (Шукшин 1). "Damn," said Fat Lip, without losing his enigmatic gaiety. "It looks like they've got us" (1a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > запахло жареным

  • 11 запахло паленым

    ПАХНЕТ/ЗАПАХЛО ЖАРЕНЫМ highly coll
    [VP; impers]
    =====
    1. sth. promises profit:
    - it (sth.) smells of money;
    - there's money to be made.
         ♦ У этого спекулянта большие связи, он всегда знает, где пахнет жареным. This speculator has good connections and always knows where there's money to be made.
    2. Also: ПАХНЕТ/ЗАПАХЛО ПАЛЕНЫМ highly coll danger from or punishment for some wrongdoing, illegal actions etc is imminent:
    - it looks like they've got me (you etc);
    - it looks like the jig is up.
         ♦ "Так, - сказал Губошлёп, не утрачивая своей загадочной весёлости. - Что-то палёным пахнет" (Шукшин 1). "Damn," said Fat Lip, without losing his enigmatic gaiety. "It looks like they've got us" (1a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > запахло паленым

  • 12 пахнет жареным

    ПАХНЕТ/ЗАПАХЛО ЖАРЕНЫМ highly coll
    [VP; impers]
    =====
    1. sth. promises profit:
    - it (sth.) smells of money;
    - there's money to be made.
         ♦ У этого спекулянта большие связи, он всегда знает, где пахнет жареным. This speculator has good connections and always knows where there's money to be made.
    2. Also: ПАХНЕТ/ЗАПАХЛО ПАЛЕНЫМ highly coll danger from or punishment for some wrongdoing, illegal actions etc is imminent:
    - it looks like they've got me (you etc);
    - it looks like the jig is up.
         ♦ "Так, - сказал Губошлёп, не утрачивая своей загадочной весёлости. - Что-то палёным пахнет" (Шукшин 1). "Damn," said Fat Lip, without losing his enigmatic gaiety. "It looks like they've got us" (1a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > пахнет жареным

  • 13 пахнет паленым

    ПАХНЕТ/ЗАПАХЛО ЖАРЕНЫМ highly coll
    [VP; impers]
    =====
    1. sth. promises profit:
    - it (sth.) smells of money;
    - there's money to be made.
         ♦ У этого спекулянта большие связи, он всегда знает, где пахнет жареным. This speculator has good connections and always knows where there's money to be made.
    2. Also: ПАХНЕТ/ЗАПАХЛО ПАЛЕНЫМ highly coll danger from or punishment for some wrongdoing, illegal actions etc is imminent:
    - it looks like they've got me (you etc);
    - it looks like the jig is up.
         ♦ "Так, - сказал Губошлёп, не утрачивая своей загадочной весёлости. - Что-то палёным пахнет" (Шукшин 1). "Damn," said Fat Lip, without losing his enigmatic gaiety. "It looks like they've got us" (1a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > пахнет паленым

  • 14 как сапожник

    КАК САПОЖНИК (-и) highly coll, disapprov
    [ как + NP; nom only]
    =====
    1. [adv]
    (to do sth.) very poorly or clumsily:
    - играть в теннис (в шахматы и т. п.) как сапожник play a rotten (lousy, pathetic etc) game of tennis (chess etc);
    - play tennis etc like a klutz;
    || ездить верхом( играть на скрипке и т. п.) как сапожник be a lousy (rotten, terrible, hopeless etc) rider (violinist etc);
    || переводить как сапожник be a lousy (bungling, awkward etc) translator.
         ♦ С ним скучно играть в теннис: он играет как сапожник. It's boring to play tennis with him-he plays like a klutz.
    2. пьян(ый), напиться, нарезаться и т.п. как сапожник [modif or adv (intensif)]
    (to be, get etc) very (drunk):
    - (be < get>) drunk as a skunk (as a sailor, as a fiddler).
    3. ругаться, материться - [adv (intensif)]
    (to swear) vehemently:
    - X ругался как сапожник X swore like a trooper (a stevedore, a truckdriver);
    - X cursed up hill and down dale.
         ♦ Она курила длинные иностранные сигареты, которые доставала по блату... пила водку, пела похабные частушки и вообще материлась как сапожник (Войнович 6). She smoked long foreign cigarettes that she got through her connections...drank vodka, sang bawdy songs, and swore like a trooper (6a).

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > как сапожник

  • 15 стыковка

    ж.
    1) тех. joining, attachment; link-up; ( частей ракетной системы) mating; ( в космосе) docking

    стыко́вка на околозе́мной орби́те — earth-orbital docking

    ме́жду ре́йсами авто́бусов удо́бные стыко́вки — there are good connections between buses

    Новый большой русско-английский словарь > стыковка

  • 16 с хорошими связями

    Русско-английский синонимический словарь > с хорошими связями

  • 17 Good Through Summer

    University: GTS

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > Good Through Summer

  • 18 1) Standard reply to something agreeable or satisfactory (I'm gonna get laid - Very good call)

    Jargon: good call

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > 1) Standard reply to something agreeable or satisfactory (I'm gonna get laid - Very good call)

  • 19 Also Pretty Good Protection

    Computers: Pretty Good Privacy (used in an encryption program PGP.)

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > Also Pretty Good Protection

  • 20 a good idea

    Australian slang: good oil

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > a good idea

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