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worm

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    worm

    English-Dutch technical dictionary

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    Англо-русский словарь по машиностроению

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    I [wɜːm]
    nome
    1) zool. med. verme m.; (grub) bruco m.
    2) colloq. (wretch) verme m.
    3) inform. (virus) = tipo di virus
    ••

    the worm has turned — la pazienza è finita, le cose sono cambiate adesso

    a can of worms — un bel po' di marciume

    II [wɜːm]
    verbo transitivo
    1) med. veter. liberare dai vermi, dare un vermifugo a [person, animal]
    2) (wriggle)

    to worm one's way — farsi strada strisciando, insinuarsi (anche fig.)

    to worm one's way into sb.'s affections — conquistarsi le simpatie di qcn

    * * *
    [wə:m] 1. noun
    (a kind of small creeping animal with a ringed body and no backbone; an earth-worm.) verme
    2. verb
    1) (to make (one's way) slowly or secretly: He wormed his way to the front of the crowd.) (farsi strada)
    2) (to get (information etc) with difficulty (out of someone): It took me hours to worm the true story out of him.) estorcere, carpire
    * * *
    [wɜːm]
    1. n
    Zool , (also person) pej verme m

    to have worms Med — avere i vermi

    the worm will turn — (Proverb) anche la pazienza ha un limite

    a can of worms fam — un vespaio

    you worm! fam — verme!, Comput baco

    2. vt
    1)

    to worm one's way through a crowd — insinuarsi tra la folla

    to worm one's way into a group — infiltrarsi in un gruppo

    to worm one's way into sb's confidence — riuscire a conquistare la fiducia di qn

    2)

    to worm a secret out of sb — carpire un segreto a qn

    * * *
    worm /wɜ:m/
    n.
    1 (zool.) verme (anche fig.); baco; bruco; larva; lombrico; tarlo (fig.): Many baby birds are fed with worms, molti piccoli di uccelli vengono nutriti con larve; That dog has worms, quel cane ha i vermi; He is a worm!, è un verme!; è un individuo spregevole!; (fig.) the worm of jealousy, il tarlo della gelosia; (fig.) the worm of conscience, il tarlo della coscienza; il rimorso
    2 (pl.) (med., vet.) elmintiasi, elmintosi
    3 (mecc.) filetto (della vite)
    4 (mecc., = worm screw) vite senza fine; vite perpetua
    5 (comput.) worm (programma dannoso che si propaga in rete, ad es. per posta elettronica)
    6 filetto della lingua (del cane)
    7 (anat.) ► vermis
    8 (pl.) (slang USA) spaghetti: worms in blood, spaghetti al pomodoro
    worm cast, terra evacuata da un lombrico □ (mecc.) worm conveyor, coclea per trasporto □ worm-eaten, roso dai vermi, bacato, tarlato; (fig.) antiquato; vecchio, decrepito: worm-eaten wood, legno tarlato □ (scherz.) worm's-eye view, visione dal basso (opposto di bird's-eye view) □ worm fishing, pesca coi lombrichi □ (mecc.) worm gear, ingranaggio a vite; ingranaggio elicoidale □ (mecc.) worm gearing, trasmissione con vite perpetua □ (mecc.) worm hob, fresa a vite senza fine □ (fig.) a worm in the apple (o in the bud), il marcio (nella mela; fig.); una cosa che rovina tutto; quello che guasta, la mela marcia (fig.) □ (farm.) worm powder, vermifugo □ (mecc.) worm spring, molla a spirale □ (mecc.) worm wheel, ruota elicoidale □ (scherz.) to cheat the worms, essersi ristabilito dopo una grave malattia □ to count (o to feed) the worms, essere morto; essere sottoterra □ (fig.) The worm has turned, la situazione è cambiata □ (prov.) Even a worm will turn, la pazienza ha un limite.
    (to) worm /wɜ:m/
    A v. i.
    1 (di un uccello, ecc.) andare a caccia di vermi
    2 (di un pescatore, ecc.) cercare vermi
    3 muoversi come un verme; strisciare: The hunters wormed through the bushes, i cacciatori strisciavano tra i cespugli
    B v. t.
    1 to worm one's way, farsi strada (o infiltrarsi) strisciando; intrufolarsi; avanzare (entrare, ecc.) furtivamente; insinuarsi: The guerrillas wormed their way into the camp, i guerriglieri si sono infiltrati nel campo strisciando sul terreno; She wormed her way into the king's heart, riuscì a insinuarsi nel cuore del re
    2 (med., vet.) dare un vermifugo a; liberare dai vermi; disinfestare; sverminare (fam.)
    3 (mecc.) filettare (una vite)
    4 (naut.) intregnare (un cavo)
    to worm on (o along), avanzare strisciando □ to worm oneself, infiltrarsi strisciando; (fig.) insinuarsi (nel cuore di q., ecc.) □ (di trave, ceppo, ecc.) to be wormed, essere tarlato; essere roso dai tarli.
    * * *
    I [wɜːm]
    nome
    1) zool. med. verme m.; (grub) bruco m.
    2) colloq. (wretch) verme m.
    3) inform. (virus) = tipo di virus
    ••

    the worm has turned — la pazienza è finita, le cose sono cambiate adesso

    a can of worms — un bel po' di marciume

    II [wɜːm]
    verbo transitivo
    1) med. veter. liberare dai vermi, dare un vermifugo a [person, animal]
    2) (wriggle)

    to worm one's way — farsi strada strisciando, insinuarsi (anche fig.)

    to worm one's way into sb.'s affections — conquistarsi le simpatie di qcn

    English-Italian dictionary

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    English-Russian dictionary of mechanical engineering and automation

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    1. noun
    1) Wurm, der

    [even] a worm will turn — (prov.) auch der Wurm krümmt sich, wenn er getreten wird (Spr.)

    2) in pl. (intestinal parasites) Würmer
    2. transitive verb
    1)

    worm oneself into somebody's favour — sich in jemandes Gunst schleichen

    2) (draw by crafty persistence)

    worm something out of somebody — etwas aus jemandem herausbringen (ugs.)

    3. intransitive verb
    sich winden
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    [wə:m] 1. noun
    (a kind of small creeping animal with a ringed body and no backbone; an earth-worm.) der Wurm
    2. verb
    1) (to make (one's way) slowly or secretly: He wormed his way to the front of the crowd.) sich schlängeln
    2) (to get (information etc) with difficulty (out of someone): It took me hours to worm the true story out of him.) entlocken
    * * *
    worm
    [wɜ:m, AM wɜ:rm]
    I. n
    1. ZOOL Wurm m; (larva) Larve f; (maggot) Made f
    2. MED (parasite) Wurm m
    to have \worms Würmer haben
    3. (pej fam: person) Fiesling m pej fam, Ungust[e]l m ÖSTERR pej derb
    4. INFORM Wurm m
    5. TECH (in gear) Schnecke f fachspr
    6.
    even a \worm will turn (prov) auch der Wurm krümmt sich, wenn er getreten wird prov
    II. vt
    1. (wriggle)
    to \worm one's hand into sth seine Hand in etw akk hineinzwängen
    to \worm oneself [or one's way] through/under sth sich akk durch/unter etw akk hindurchzwängen
    to \worm one's way through the crowd/people sich dat seinen Weg durch die Menge/die Menschen bahnen
    2. (fig pej: insinuate into)
    to \worm oneself into someone's affection sich dat jds Zuneigung erschleichen
    to \worm oneself into someone's heart/trust sich akk in jds Herz/Vertrauen einschleichen
    3. (treat for worms)
    to \worm an animal ein Tier entwurmen
    III. vi sich akk winden
    to \worm through the crowd/people sich akk durch die Menge/Menschen zwängen
    * * *
    [wɜːm]
    1. n
    1) (lit, fig inf) Wurm m; (= wood worm) Holzwurm m

    worms (Med) — Würmer pl

    the worm has turned (prov) — das Blatt hat sich gewendet

    to get a worm's eye view of sth — etw aus der Froschperspektive sehen

    to open a can of worms — in ein Wespennest stechen

    this has opened a whole new can of worms — das wirft ganz neue Probleme auf

    2) (= screw) Schnecke f; (= thread) Schneckengewinde nt
    3) (COMPUT, INTERNET) Wurm m
    2. vt
    1) (= wriggle) zwängen

    to worm one's way along/through/into sth — sich an etw (dat) entlangdrücken/durch etw (acc) durchschlängeln/in etw (acc) hineinzwängen

    to worm one's way into a position/into a group — sich in eine Stellung/eine Gruppe einschleichen

    to worm one's way into sb's affection — sich bei jdm einschmeicheln

    to worm one's way out of a difficulty — sich aus einer schwierigen Lage herauswinden

    2)

    (= extract) to worm sth out of sb — jdm etw entlocken

    you have to worm everything out of him — ihm muss man die Würmer aus der Nase ziehen

    3) dog eine Wurmkur machen mit (+dat)
    * * *
    worm [wɜːm; US wɜrm]
    A s
    1. ZOOL Wurm m:
    even a worm will turn (Sprichwort) Br auch der Wurm krümmt sich, wenn er getreten wird;
    worms of conscience fig Gewissensbisse; academic.ru/10476/can">can2 A 2
    2. pl MED, VET
    a) Würmer pl:
    my dog has worms
    b) (als sg konstruiert) Wurmkrankheit f
    3. fig pej Wurm m, elende oder minderwertige Kreatur (Person)
    4. TECH
    a) (Zylinder) Schnecke f
    b) Förderschnecke f
    c) (Rohr-, Kühl) Schlange f
    5. PHYS archimedische Schraube
    B v/t
    1. worm o.s. (oder one’s way)
    a) sich schlängeln,
    b) fig sich (ein)schleichen (into in akk);
    worm o.s. into sb’s confidence sich in jemandes Vertrauen einschleichen;
    worm sth out of sb jemandem etwas aus der Nase ziehen;
    worm a secret out of sb jemandem ein Geheimnis entlocken
    2. MED, VET entwurmen, von Würmern befreien
    C v/i B 1:
    worm out of sth fig sich aus etwas herauswinden
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) Wurm, der

    [even] a worm will turn — (prov.) auch der Wurm krümmt sich, wenn er getreten wird (Spr.)

    2) in pl. (intestinal parasites) Würmer
    2. transitive verb
    1)

    worm oneself into somebody's favour — sich in jemandes Gunst schleichen

    2) (draw by crafty persistence)

    worm something out of somebody — etwas aus jemandem herausbringen (ugs.)

    3. intransitive verb
    sich winden
    * * *
    n.
    Made -n f.
    Wurm ¨-er m.

    English-german dictionary

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    English-russian biological dictionary

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    [wə:m]
    to have a worm in one's tongue ворчать, быть сварливым; even a worm will turn = всякому терпению приходит конец guinea worm ришта (подкожный червь) to have a worm in one's tongue ворчать, быть сварливым; even a worm will turn = всякому терпению приходит конец worm тех. червяк, шнек, червячный винт; the worm of conscience угрызения совести; I am a worm today мне сегодня не по себе worm низкий человек, презренная личность; a poor worm like him такое жалкое существо, как он worm вползать; проникать; to worm oneself into (smb.'s) confidence вкрасться в доверие (к кому-л.) worm выпытать, разузнать; to worm a secret out (of smb.) выведать (у кого-л.) тайну worm гнать глистов worm низкий человек, презренная личность; a poor worm like him такое жалкое существо, как он worm ползти, пробираться ползком; продираться (through) worm вчт. тире worm тех. червяк, шнек, червячный винт; the worm of conscience угрызения совести; I am a worm today мне сегодня не по себе worm червяк, червь; глист worm выпытать, разузнать; to worm a secret out (of smb.) выведать (у кого-л.) тайну worm тех. червяк, шнек, червячный винт; the worm of conscience угрызения совести; I am a worm today мне сегодня не по себе worm вползать; проникать; to worm oneself into (smb.'s) confidence вкрасться в доверие (к кому-л.)

    English-Russian short dictionary

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    worm червь; червеобразное животное; личинка; гусеница
    ailanthus worm гусеница сатурнии айлантовой, Philosamia walkeri
    annelid worms кольчатые черви, Annelida
    arrow worm стрелка, сагитта, Sagitta
    barber's pole worm гемонхус, Haemonchus
    boot-lace worm немертина Lineus
    brain worm 1. гельминт, паразитирующий в головном мозгу; 2. (анат) червячок мозжечка
    brine worm артемия, Artemia salina
    bristle(-bearing) worms 1. многощетинковые черви, Polychaeta
    brown stomach worm остертагия (Ostertagia) (нематода)
    celery worm гусеница парусника Аякса, Papilio ajax
    clam worm нереис, Nereis virens
    clover hay worm гусеница огнёвки сенной, Hypsopygia costalis
    cotton worm гусеница совки хлопковой американской, Alabama argillacea
    cotton-boll worm гусеница совки хлопковой, коробочный червь, Heliothis armigera, Chloridea obsoleta
    currant measuring worm гусеница пяденицы крыжовниковой, Itame ribearia, Cymatophora ribearia
    cut worm 1. подгрызающая совка; 2. гусеница совки, подгрызающая всходы
    eddy worms реснитчатые черви, турбеллярии, Turbellaria
    faggot worms личинки ручейников, Trichoptera
    gordian worm волосатик (Gordius); pl волосатики, Gordiacea
    grugru worm личинка долгоносика пальмового, Rhynchophorus
    Guinea worm гельм. ришта, Dracunculus medinensis
    lesser apple worm гусеница плодожорки сливовой, Grapholitha prunivora
    measuring worms гусеницы пядениц, Geometridae
    medina worm гельм ришта, Dracunculus medinensis
    meningeal worm менингиальный червь оленей, Pneumostrongylus tenuis
    minute stomach worm малый желудочный червь, Trichostrongylus oxei
    nematode worms круглые черви, нематоды, Nematoda
    oak worm гусеница, питающаяся листьями дуба
    orange worm гусеница, вредящая цитрусовым
    palisade worms гельм. стронгилиды, Strongylidae
    palolo worm палоло, Eunice viridis
    polychaete worms многощетинковые черви, Polychaeta
    pot worms энхитреиды, Enchytraeidae
    proboscis worms скребни, колючеголовые черви, Acanthocephala
    segmented worms кольчатые черви, Annelida
    sewage worm трубочник, Tubifex
    sipunculoid worms сипункулиды, Sipunculoidea
    sludge worm трубочник, Tubifex
    spine headed worms скребни, колючеголовые черви, Acanthocephala
    thorny-headed worms скребни, колючеголовые черви, Acanthocephala
    thread worms круглые черви, нематоды, Nematoda
    tomato worm гусеница бражника пятиточечного, Protoparce quinquemaculata
    tongue worms пятиустки, Linguatulidae
    turbellarian worms реснитчатые черви, турбеллярии, Turbellaria

    English-Russian dictionary of biology and biotechnology

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    1) червяк; шнек
    2) змеевик
    3) архимедов винт
    4) винтовой конвейер
    -
    aspiration worm
    -
    concave worm
    -
    cooling worm
    -
    double-enveloping worm
    -
    double-thread worm
    -
    extrusion worm
    -
    grain worm
    -
    grinding worm
    -
    hasher worm
    -
    hourglass worm
    -
    involute worm
    -
    irreversible worm
    -
    kneading worm
    -
    left-hand worm
    -
    multithreaded worm
    -
    multithread worm
    - needle cam worm -
    packing worm
    -
    right-hand worm
    -
    single-threaded worm
    -
    single-thread worm
    -
    stoning worm
    -
    throated worm

    Англо-русский словарь технических терминов

  • 10 worm

    wə:m
    1. noun
    (a kind of small creeping animal with a ringed body and no backbone; an earth-worm.) gusano, lombriz

    2. verb
    1) (to make (one's way) slowly or secretly: He wormed his way to the front of the crowd.) deslizarse, insinuarse
    2) (to get (information etc) with difficulty (out of someone): It took me hours to worm the true story out of him.) sacar, sonsacar, ganarse la confianza de alguien
    worm n gusano / lombriz
    worm
    tr[wɜːm]
    noun
    1 (grub, maggot) gusano; (earthworm) lombriz nombre femenino
    2 pejorative (person) gusano, canalla
    3 SMALLTECHNICAL/SMALL (of screw) tornillo
    transitive verb
    1 (make one's way) deslizarse; (insinuate) insinuarse (into, en)
    he wormed his way under the fence se deslizó por debajo de la valla
    they wormed their way in se colaron
    he wormed his way into her confidence consiguió ganarse su confianza
    2 SMALLMEDICINE/SMALL quitar las lombrices a, desparasitar
    plural noun worms
    1 SMALLMEDICINE/SMALL lombrices nombre femenino plural
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    the early worm catches the bird a quien madruga Dios le ayuda
    the worm will turn la paciencia tiene un límite
    a can of worms un problema peliagudo
    worm ['wərm] vi
    1) crawl: arrastrarse, deslizarse (como gusano)
    to worm one's way into someone's confidence: ganarse la confianza de alguien
    2)
    to worm something out of someone : sonsacarle algo a alguien
    worm vt
    : desparasitar (un animal)
    worm n
    1) : gusano m, lombriz f
    2) worms npl
    : lombrices fpl (parásitos)
    worm
    v.
    conseguir por medio de artimañas v.
    embutir v.
    insinuarse v. (Computing)
    n.
    gusano (Informática) s.m.
    n.
    gusano s.m.
    husillo s.m.
    lombriz s.f.
    persona despreciable s.f.
    sabandija s.f.
    tornillo sin fin s.m.

    I wɜːrm, wɜːm
    noun
    a) (earthworm) gusano m, lombriz f (de tierra); (as term of abuse) gusano m

    the worm turns — la paciencia se agota or tiene un límite

    b) (maggot) gusano m
    c) worms pl (Med) lombrices fpl

    he never stops eating: he must have worms — no para de comer, debe tener la (lombriz) solitaria


    II
    transitive verb
    1)
    a) (wriggle)

    to worm one's way — (+ adv compl)

    she wormed her way o herself into their confidence — se ganó su confianza con astucia

    b)

    to worm something OUT OF somebody — \<\<secret/information\>\> sonsacarle* algo a alguien

    2) (Vet Sci) \<\<dog/cat\>\> desparasitar
    [wɜːm]
    1. N
    1) (=earthworm) gusano m, lombriz f
    glow
    2) (in fruit, vegetable) gusano m (also Comput)
    3) (Med)

    to have worms — tener lombrices

    4) pej (=person) gusano m
    2. VT
    1) (=wriggle)

    he wormed his way out through the narrow window — salió arrastrándose por la estrecha ventana

    to worm one's way into a group — pej infiltrarse en un grupo

    to worm one's way into sb's confidence — pej ganarse la confianza de algn

    2) pej (=extract)

    to worm a secret out of sb — arrancarle un secreto a algn

    3) (=treat) [+ dog, cat, horse] desparasitar
    3.
    CPD

    worm powder N — polvos mpl antiparasitarios

    worm tablet N — tableta f antiparasitaria

    * * *

    I [wɜːrm, wɜːm]
    noun
    a) (earthworm) gusano m, lombriz f (de tierra); (as term of abuse) gusano m

    the worm turns — la paciencia se agota or tiene un límite

    b) (maggot) gusano m
    c) worms pl (Med) lombrices fpl

    he never stops eating: he must have worms — no para de comer, debe tener la (lombriz) solitaria


    II
    transitive verb
    1)
    a) (wriggle)

    to worm one's way — (+ adv compl)

    she wormed her way o herself into their confidence — se ganó su confianza con astucia

    b)

    to worm something OUT OF somebody — \<\<secret/information\>\> sonsacarle* algo a alguien

    2) (Vet Sci) \<\<dog/cat\>\> desparasitar

    English-spanish dictionary

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    1. n зоол. червь

    stomach worm — желудочный червь

    indestructible worm — неумирающий червь

    bladder worm — цистицерк, личинка ленточного червя

    2. n глист, гельминт

    intestinal worm — кишечный глист

    3. n гусеница, личинка

    cotton worm — гусеница совки хлопковой американской

    4. n жалкое существо, ничтожный человек, презренная личность

    he is a worm ! — какое ничтожество!

    5. n тех. червяк, червячный винт

    enveloping worm — глобоидный червяк

    involute worm — эвольвентный червяк

    dual lead worm — двухзаходный червяк

    worm rack — рейка червячной передачи

    multithread worm — многоходовой червяк

    6. n тех. шнек

    extrusion worm — прессующий шнек

    worm conveyor blade — перо шнека

    propelling worm — прессующий шнек

    rinsing worm — ополаскивающий шнек

    steaming worm — шнек пропаривателя

    7. n тех. арх. змея; змей; дракон

    the worm of conscience — угрызения совести

    I am a worm today — я сегодня не в своей тарелке; мне сегодня не по себе

    even a worm will turn — самого кроткого человека можно вывести из себя

    8. v ползти; пробираться ползком; вползать

    he wormed his way through the bushes — он прополз между кустами

    9. v проникать, пробираться; втираться; примазываться

    to worm oneself into a movement — примазаться к движению

    10. v очищать от червей
    11. v гнать глистов
    12. v копать червей
    13. v мор. тренцевать
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. groveling person (noun) brute; creep; debased creature; groveling person; reprobate; riffraff; scoundrel; snake
    2. invertebrate crawler (noun) caterpillar; earthworm; flatworm; grub; helminthes; invertebrate crawler; maggot; parasite; roundworm
    3. wretch (noun) lowlife; mucker; no-good; wormling; wretch
    4. crawl (verb) crawl; creep; evade; inch; insinuate oneself; sidle; slide; slip out; slither; snake; sneak
    5. engineer (verb) engineer; finagle; finesse; wangle
    6. wind (verb) edge in; foist; infiltrate; insinuate; wind; work in
    7. writhe (verb) squiggle; squirm; waggle; wiggle; wriggle; writhe

    English-Russian base dictionary

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    wə:m
    1. сущ.
    1) червяк, червь;
    глист (тж. презр. о человеке)
    2) тех. червяк, шнек, червячный винтworm of conscience
    2. гл.
    1) ползти;
    вползать, продираться (through) Syn : creep
    2) выпытывать to worm information out of smb. ≈ выведать у кого-л. информацию Syn : elicit, find out
    3) гнать глистов (зоология) червь (Lumbricus) глист, гельминт гусеница, личинка жалкое существо, ничтожный человек, презренная личность - he is a * (of a man) ! какое ничтожество! (техническое) червяк, червячный винт;
    шнек (техническое) (техническое) змеевик (устаревшее) змея;
    змей;
    дракон > to be food /meat/ for *s быть мертвым > the * of conscience угрызения совести > I am a * today я сегодня не в своей тарелке;
    мне сегодня не по себе > to have a * in one's tongue быть сварливым > even a * will turn самого кроткого человека можно вывести из себя > the * has turned! у него наконец лопнуло терпение! > tread on a * and it will turn (пословица) всякому терпению приходит конец ползти;
    пробираться ползком;
    вползать - he *ed his way through the bushes он прополз между кустами (into) проникать, пробираться;
    втираться;
    примазываться - to * oneself into smb.'s confidence вкрасться в доверие к кому-л. - to * oneself /one's way/ into a movement примазаться к движению - to * oneself into a conversation влезть в разговор очищать от червей (клумбу и т. п.) гнать глистов копать червей (морское) тренцевать (трос) to have a ~ in one's tongue ворчать, быть сварливым;
    even a worm will turn = всякому терпению приходит конец guinea ~ ришта (подкожный червь) to have a ~ in one's tongue ворчать, быть сварливым;
    even a worm will turn = всякому терпению приходит конец ~ тех. червяк, шнек, червячный винт;
    the worm of conscience угрызения совести;
    I am a worm today мне сегодня не по себе ~ низкий человек, презренная личность;
    a poor worm like him такое жалкое существо, как он worm вползать;
    проникать;
    to worm oneself into (smb.'s) confidence вкрасться в доверие (к кому-л.) ~ выпытать, разузнать;
    to worm a secret out (of smb.) выведать (у кого-л.) тайну ~ гнать глистов ~ низкий человек, презренная личность;
    a poor worm like him такое жалкое существо, как он ~ ползти, пробираться ползком;
    продираться (through) ~ вчт. тире ~ тех. червяк, шнек, червячный винт;
    the worm of conscience угрызения совести;
    I am a worm today мне сегодня не по себе ~ червяк, червь;
    глист ~ выпытать, разузнать;
    to worm a secret out (of smb.) выведать (у кого-л.) тайну ~ тех. червяк, шнек, червячный винт;
    the worm of conscience угрызения совести;
    I am a worm today мне сегодня не по себе worm вползать;
    проникать;
    to worm oneself into (smb.'s) confidence вкрасться в доверие (к кому-л.)

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  • 13 WORM

    wə:m
    1. noun
    (a kind of small creeping animal with a ringed body and no backbone; an earth-worm.) gusano, lombriz

    2. verb
    1) (to make (one's way) slowly or secretly: He wormed his way to the front of the crowd.) deslizarse, insinuarse
    2) (to get (information etc) with difficulty (out of someone): It took me hours to worm the true story out of him.) sacar, sonsacar, ganarse la confianza de alguien
    worm n gusano / lombriz
    worm
    tr[wɜːm]
    noun
    1 (grub, maggot) gusano; (earthworm) lombriz nombre femenino
    2 pejorative (person) gusano, canalla
    3 SMALLTECHNICAL/SMALL (of screw) tornillo
    transitive verb
    1 (make one's way) deslizarse; (insinuate) insinuarse (into, en)
    he wormed his way under the fence se deslizó por debajo de la valla
    they wormed their way in se colaron
    he wormed his way into her confidence consiguió ganarse su confianza
    2 SMALLMEDICINE/SMALL quitar las lombrices a, desparasitar
    plural noun worms
    1 SMALLMEDICINE/SMALL lombrices nombre femenino plural
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    the early worm catches the bird a quien madruga Dios le ayuda
    the worm will turn la paciencia tiene un límite
    a can of worms un problema peliagudo
    worm ['wərm] vi
    1) crawl: arrastrarse, deslizarse (como gusano)
    to worm one's way into someone's confidence: ganarse la confianza de alguien
    2)
    to worm something out of someone : sonsacarle algo a alguien
    worm vt
    : desparasitar (un animal)
    worm n
    1) : gusano m, lombriz f
    2) worms npl
    : lombrices fpl (parásitos)
    worm
    v.
    conseguir por medio de artimañas v.
    embutir v.
    insinuarse v. (Computing)
    n.
    gusano (Informática) s.m.
    n.
    gusano s.m.
    husillo s.m.
    lombriz s.f.
    persona despreciable s.f.
    sabandija s.f.
    tornillo sin fin s.m.

    I wɜːrm, wɜːm
    noun
    a) (earthworm) gusano m, lombriz f (de tierra); (as term of abuse) gusano m

    the worm turns — la paciencia se agota or tiene un límite

    b) (maggot) gusano m
    c) worms pl (Med) lombrices fpl

    he never stops eating: he must have worms — no para de comer, debe tener la (lombriz) solitaria


    II
    transitive verb
    1)
    a) (wriggle)

    to worm one's way — (+ adv compl)

    she wormed her way o herself into their confidence — se ganó su confianza con astucia

    b)

    to worm something OUT OF somebody — \<\<secret/information\>\> sonsacarle* algo a alguien

    2) (Vet Sci) \<\<dog/cat\>\> desparasitar
    [wɜːm]
    ABBR = write once read many times
    * * *

    I [wɜːrm, wɜːm]
    noun
    a) (earthworm) gusano m, lombriz f (de tierra); (as term of abuse) gusano m

    the worm turns — la paciencia se agota or tiene un límite

    b) (maggot) gusano m
    c) worms pl (Med) lombrices fpl

    he never stops eating: he must have worms — no para de comer, debe tener la (lombriz) solitaria


    II
    transitive verb
    1)
    a) (wriggle)

    to worm one's way — (+ adv compl)

    she wormed her way o herself into their confidence — se ganó su confianza con astucia

    b)

    to worm something OUT OF somebody — \<\<secret/information\>\> sonsacarle* algo a alguien

    2) (Vet Sci) \<\<dog/cat\>\> desparasitar

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 14 worm

    [wə:m] 1. noun
    (a kind of small creeping animal with a ringed body and no backbone; an earth-worm.) verme
    2. verb
    1) (to make (one's way) slowly or secretly: He wormed his way to the front of the crowd.) ir aos poucos
    2) (to get (information etc) with difficulty (out of someone): It took me hours to worm the true story out of him.) conseguir saber aos poucos
    * * *
    {{worm}}
    [wə:m] n 1 bicho, verme, gorgulho, gusano, caruncho, lombriga, larva, minhoca, traça, lagarta. 2 fig pobre, miserável, vil. 3 Mech rosca sem fim, de parafuso, etc., parte espiral de ferramenta ou mecanismo. 4 Chem serpentina. 5 saca-trapo. 6 fig remorso, consciência. 7 worms verminose, vermes. • vt+vi 1 mover-se como verme, serpear, rastejar. 2 obter ardilosamente, infiltrar-se, insinuar-se, minar, solapar. 3 tirar bichos de, livrar de vermes. 4 procurar vermes (pássaros). 5 Naut engaiar. a poor worm of earth um pobre e miserável ser humano. cooling worm serpentina de refrigeração. even a worm will turn até um verme reage quando é pisado. glow worm pirilampo, vagalume. he has a worm ele tem uma idéia fixa. hook worm ameba, ascárides, vermes intestinais. I am a worm today sinto-me miseravelmente mal hoje. silk worm bicho da seda. tape worm tênia, solitária. the worm in the apple/bud parte ruim, coisa estragada. they wormed their way eles seguiram o seu caminho tortuosamente. to worm one’s way into someone’s confidence/heart saber conquistar ardilosamente a confiança/o coração de alguém. he wormed his way into my confidence / ele soube conquistar ardilosamente a minha confiança. to worm out a) desparafusar. b) obter, descobrir ardilosamente. to worm something out of someone saber arrancar o segredo de alguém. we wormed the secret out of him / soubemos arrancar o segredo dele. to worm your way into/through andar, mover-se vagarosamente, cuidadosamente em um espaço ou no meio do público. worm of conscience o verme da consciência.

    English-Portuguese dictionary

  • 15 worm

    1. n
    1) черв'як
    2) гусінь, гусениця; личинка
    3) глист, гельмінт

    the child has worms — у дитини глисти

    4) жалюгідна (нікчемна) істота

    a poor worm like him — така жалюгідна істота, як він

    5) тех. черв'ячний гвинт; шнек
    6) змія; гад; плазун; змій, дракон

    the worm of conscience — докори (муки) сумління

    I am a worm today — мені сьогодні кепсько (не по собі)

    to have a worm in one's tongue — бути сварливим (уїдливим)

    2. v
    1) повзти; пробиратися поповзом; уповзати (тж to worm one's way)

    we wormed our way through the bushes — ми проповзли між кущами

    2) перен. проникати, пробиратися; примазуватися; втиратися

    to worm oneself into smb.'s confidence — втертися у чиєсь довір'я

    to worm oneself into a party — примазатися до партії

    to worm oneself into a conversation — устряти в розмову

    3) очищати від черв'яків
    4) гнати глистів
    5) копати черв'яків

    worm out — вивідати, випитати; розвідати, довідатися про щось; відкараскатися, відчепитися; вижити, витіснити; зіпхнути

    he wormed his partner out of the business — він примусив свого партнера залишити фірму; він витіснив свого партнера з комерційного підприємства

    he tried to worm her out of her money — він намагався видурити в неї гроші

    * * *
    I n
    1) зooл. хробак (Lumbricus); глист, гельмінт; гусінь, личинка
    2) жалюгідне створіння, нікчемна людина

    he is a worm (of a man)! — який нікчема!

    3) тex. черв'як, черв'ячний ґвинт; шнек; = <>
    4) icт. змія; змій; дракон
    ••

    to be food /meat/ for worms — бути мертвим

    the worm of conscience — муки сумління

    I am a worm today — я сьогодні не в своїй тарілці; мені сьогодні не по собі

    to have a worm in one's tongue — бути сварливим

    the worm has turned! — у нього нарешті лопнуло терпіння!

    tread on a worm and it will turn — пpиcл.= будь-якому терпінню настає кінець

    II v
    1) повзти; пробиратися поповзом; вповзати

    he wormed his way [himself]through the bushes — він проповз між кущами; (into) проникати, пробиратися; втиратися; примазуватися

    to worm oneself into smb 's confidence — входити в довіру до кого-н.

    to worm oneself into a conversation — влізти в розмову

    2) очищувати від черв'яків (клумбу); гнати глистів
    3) збирати хробаків
    4) мop. тренцювати (трос)

    English-Ukrainian dictionary

  • 16 WORM

    I [wɜːm]
    nome
    1) zool. med. verme m.; (grub) bruco m.
    2) colloq. (wretch) verme m.
    3) inform. (virus) = tipo di virus
    ••

    the worm has turned — la pazienza è finita, le cose sono cambiate adesso

    a can of worms — un bel po' di marciume

    II [wɜːm]
    verbo transitivo
    1) med. veter. liberare dai vermi, dare un vermifugo a [person, animal]
    2) (wriggle)

    to worm one's way — farsi strada strisciando, insinuarsi (anche fig.)

    to worm one's way into sb.'s affections — conquistarsi le simpatie di qcn

    * * *
    [wə:m] 1. noun
    (a kind of small creeping animal with a ringed body and no backbone; an earth-worm.) verme
    2. verb
    1) (to make (one's way) slowly or secretly: He wormed his way to the front of the crowd.) (farsi strada)
    2) (to get (information etc) with difficulty (out of someone): It took me hours to worm the true story out of him.) estorcere, carpire
    * * *
    [wɜːm]
    1. n
    Zool , (also person) pej verme m

    to have worms Med — avere i vermi

    the worm will turn — (Proverb) anche la pazienza ha un limite

    a can of worms fam — un vespaio

    you worm! fam — verme!, Comput baco

    2. vt
    1)

    to worm one's way through a crowd — insinuarsi tra la folla

    to worm one's way into a group — infiltrarsi in un gruppo

    to worm one's way into sb's confidence — riuscire a conquistare la fiducia di qn

    2)

    to worm a secret out of sb — carpire un segreto a qn

    * * *
    WORM /wɜ:m/
    sigla
    (comput., write once, read many times) WORM (tecnologia per dischi ottici non riscrivibili).
    * * *
    I [wɜːm]
    nome
    1) zool. med. verme m.; (grub) bruco m.
    2) colloq. (wretch) verme m.
    3) inform. (virus) = tipo di virus
    ••

    the worm has turned — la pazienza è finita, le cose sono cambiate adesso

    a can of worms — un bel po' di marciume

    II [wɜːm]
    verbo transitivo
    1) med. veter. liberare dai vermi, dare un vermifugo a [person, animal]
    2) (wriggle)

    to worm one's way — farsi strada strisciando, insinuarsi (anche fig.)

    to worm one's way into sb.'s affections — conquistarsi le simpatie di qcn

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 17 worm

    червь имя существительное:
    червь (worm, applegrub)
    червяк (worm, screw, earthworm, caterpillar, angleworm)
    глист (worm, helminth)
    шнек (screw, auger, worm, feed-screw)
    бесконечный винт (worm, hob)
    говнюк (shithead, worm, shitass, nobody)
    червячный винт (worm)
    презренная личность (worm)
    низкий человек (meanie, stinkard, worm)
    имя прилагательное:
    червячный (worm)
    глагол:
    проникать (permeate, penetrate, enter, pierce, infiltrate, worm)
    вползать (worm)
    выпытывать (elicit, extort, fish out, worm)
    гнать глистов (worm)
    пробираться ползком (worm)
    продираться (worm)
    ползти (crawl, creep, scramble, ramp, ramble, worm)
    разузнавать (find out, investigate, suss, seek, feel out, worm)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 18 worm

    worm [{{t}}wɜ:m]
    1 noun
    (a) (in earth, garden) ver m (de terre); (in fruit) ver m; (for fishing) ver m, asticot m;
    {{}}British{{}} {{}}figurative{{}} the worm has turned j'en ai eu/il en a eu/etc assez de se faire marcher dessus;
    {{}}figurative{{}} the worm in the bud le ver dans le fruit
    (b) (parasite → in body) ver m;
    to have worms avoir des vers
    (c) {{}}familiar{{}} {{}}figurative{{}} (person) minable mf;
    what a worm! quel minable!
    (d) {{}}literary{{}} (troublesome thing) tourment m, tourments mpl;
    the worm of jealousy les affres fpl de la jalousie
    (e) {{}}Technology{{}} (of screw) filet m;
    worm and roller steering direction f à vis et galet
    2 transitive verb
    (a) (move)
    to worm one's way under sth passer sous qch à plat ventre ou en rampant;
    she wormed her way through a gap in the fence en se tortillant, elle s'est faufilée par une ouverture dans la palissade;
    he managed to worm his way to the front il a réussi à se faufiler jusqu'à l'avant
    (b) {{}}pejorative{{}} (sneak)
    they have wormed their way into our party ils se sont infiltrés ou immiscés dans notre parti;
    he wormed his way into her affections il a trouvé le chemin de son cœur (par sournoiserie)
    (c) (dog, sheep) débarrasser de ses vers
    ►► worm cast déjections fpl de ver;
    {{}}Technology{{}} worm drive transmission f par vis sans fin;
    {{}}Technology{{}} worm gear engrenage m de vis sans fin;
    worm powder poudre f à vers, poudre f vermifuge;
    worm tablets comprimés mpl vermifuges
    worm out separable transitive verb
    (information) soutirer;
    I tried to worm the truth out of him j'ai essayé de lui soutirer la vérité;
    he'll worm it out of her eventually il finira par lui tirer les vers du nez;
    stop trying to worm it out of me! arrête d'essayer de me tirer les vers du nez!;
    I'd like to see her worm her way out of that one j'aimerais bien voir comment elle va s'en tirer

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  • 19 worm

    {wə:m}
    I. 1. червей, глист (и прен.)
    poor WORM like him такова жалко същество като него
    (even) a WORM will turn търпението си има граници, и червей да настъпиш, и той ще си повдигне главата
    WORM's-eye view ограничен поглед/перспектива
    2. нещо, което гризе/измъчва човека отвътре
    3. презряно/противно/нещастно същество
    4. тех. червяк, червячен вал
    5. зоол. връзка под езика на куче
    II. 1. пълзя като червей, провирам се/промъквам се бавно/търпеливо/с усилие
    to WORM oneself into someone's confidence/favour прен. влизам под кожата на някого
    2. изчоплям, изчовърквам, измъквам (тайна и пр.) (out of/from someone от някого)
    3. очиствам от паразити (растение, куче и пр.)
    * * *
    {wъ:m} n 1. червей, глист (и прен.); poor worm like him такова жалк(2) {wъ:m} v 1. пълзя като червей; провирам се/промъквам се бавн
    * * *
    червей; витло;
    * * *
    1. (even) a worm will turn търпението си има граници, и червей да настъпиш, и той ще си повдигне главата 2. i. червей, глист (и прен.) 3. ii. пълзя като червей, провирам се/промъквам се бавно/търпеливо/с усилие 4. poor worm like him такова жалко същество като него 5. to worm oneself into someone's confidence/favour прен. влизам под кожата на някого 6. worm's-eye view ограничен поглед/перспектива 7. зоол. връзка под езика на куче 8. изчоплям, изчовърквам, измъквам (тайна и пр.) (out of/from someone от някого) 9. нещо, което гризе/измъчва човека отвътре 10. очиствам от паразити (растение, куче и пр.) 11. презряно/противно/нещастно същество 12. тех. червяк, червячен вал
    * * *
    worm[wə:m] I. n 1. червей (и прен.), глист; intestinal \worm чревен глист; (even) a \worm will turn и червей да настъпиш и той ще си повдигне главата; a bag (can) of \worms заплетена (сложна, трудна) ситуация; the \worm of conscience угризенията на съвестта; 2. нищожество, мизерник, жалко (презряно) същество; 3. тех. безконечен винт, безконечник, червяк; 4. витло на тирбушон пр.); 5. връзка под езика на куче; II. v 1.: to \worm o.'s way (o.s.) промъквам се, провирам се с много усилия, упоритост, нахалство (into, through); to \worm o.s. into s.o.'s affection влизам под кожата на някого; 2. изчоплям, изчовърквам (out); to \worm a secret out of изтръгвам тайна от; 3. очиствам от червеи (глисти); 4. отрязвам връзката под езика на куче.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 20 worm

    wə:m 1. noun
    (a kind of small creeping animal with a ringed body and no backbone; an earth-worm.) mark
    2. verb
    1) (to make (one's way) slowly or secretly: He wormed his way to the front of the crowd.) sno/åle seg, snike
    2) (to get (information etc) with difficulty (out of someone): It took me hours to worm the true story out of him.) lirke/lure noe ut av en
    mark
    --------
    orm
    I
    subst. \/wɜːm\/
    1) (hverdagslig) mark, orm
    2) (også segmented worm, dyr i rekken Annelida)
    leddorm
    3) (også roundworm, dyr i rekken Nematoda)
    rundorm, nematode (vitenskapelig)
    4) (også flatworm, dyr i rekken Platyhelminthes)
    flatorm
    5) larve
    6) (små)kryp
    7) (overført) (menneske)kryp, utøy, stakkar
    8) (slang) politimann
    9) (ofte i flertall) invollsorm, mark i magen
    10) (teknikk e.l.) gjenge (på skrue e.l.)
    11) (teknikk) snekkeskrue, snekke
    12) mani, lidenskap, orm
    13) Arkimedes' skrue
    can of worms secan, 1
    even a worm will turn det finnes grenser for tålmodighet
    food for worms eller worms' food sefood
    rise to a\/the worm (om fisk) nappe (på mark)
    the worm innvollsorm (gammeldags) tannverk (gammeldags) kolikk
    the worm of ... noe som nager
    he felt the worm of conscience
    han følte samvittigheten nage
    II
    verb \/wɜːm\/
    1) orme seg, åle seg, krype
    2) lokke, lure
    3) kurere for mark
    the dog has been wormed
    hunden har blitt kurert for mark
    4) rense planter for mark
    5) (teknikk) lage gjenger (på skruer e.l.)
    we have a machine that worms screws
    vi har en maskin som lager gjenger på skruer
    6) lete etter mark
    worm in sno\/snike seg inn
    worm into skaffe seg adgang til
    they wormed into the house
    de skaffet seg adgang til huset
    innynde seg hos
    he wormed into her confidence
    han innyndet seg hos henne
    worm out of sno seg ut av
    worm somebody out utmanøvrere noen
    worm something out of somebody\/something lure noe ut av noen\/noe, lure noe fra noen\/noe
    she wormed the secret from me
    hun lurte hemmeligheten ut av meg

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  • Worm — (w[^u]rm), n. [OE. worm, wurm, AS. wyrm; akin to D. worm, OS. & G. wurm, Icel. ormr, Sw. & Dan. orm, Goth. wa[ u]rms, L. vermis, Gr. ? a wood worm. Cf. {Vermicelli}, {Vermilion}, {Vermin}.] [1913 Webster] 1. A creeping or a crawling animal of any …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • WORM — ist die Abkürzung für „write once read many“ oder „write once read multiple“ (engl. „schreibe einmal, lese vielfach“). Sie bezeichnet Vorkehrungen in der Informationstechnik, die das Löschen, Überschreiben und Ändern von Daten ausschließen.[1]… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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