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give way

  • 1 give way

    1) (collapse) [ chair] cedere; [ ceiling] cedere, crollare; [cable, rope] rompersi, spezzarsi
    2) BE (when driving) dare la precedenza

    to give way to — cedere a [demands, temptation]; abbandonarsi a [ despair]; (be replaced by) lasciare il posto a [ sunshine]

    * * *
    1) (to stop in order to allow eg traffic to pass: Give way to traffic coming from the right.) dare la precedenza
    2) (to break, collapse etc under pressure: The bridge will give way any day now.) cedere
    3) (to agree against one's will: I have no intention of giving way to demands like that.) cedere
    * * *
    vi + adv
    1)
    See:
    give 2., 2)
    2)

    (yield) to give way (to) — cedere (a)

    3)

    (make room for) to give way (to) — lasciare il posto (a)

    4) Brit Auto dare la precedenza
    * * *
    1) (collapse) [ chair] cedere; [ ceiling] cedere, crollare; [cable, rope] rompersi, spezzarsi
    2) BE (when driving) dare la precedenza

    to give way to — cedere a [demands, temptation]; abbandonarsi a [ despair]; (be replaced by) lasciare il posto a [ sunshine]

    English-Italian dictionary > give way

  • 2 give way

    give way а) поддаваться, уступать; б) поддаваться, предаваться (отчаянию ит. п.); в) портиться, сдавать; г) падать (об акциях)

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > give way

  • 3 give way

    1. nachgeben;
    2. die Vorfahrt lassen, die Vorfahrt beachten

    English-german law dictionary > give way

  • 4 'Give way'

    (road sign) "Ceda el paso"

    English-spanish dictionary > 'Give way'

  • 5 give way

    give v way 1. BOD, ERDB, KONST (ab)sacken; nachgeben; sich setzen; 2. VERK Vorfahrt gewähren

    English-German dictionary of Architecture and Construction > give way

  • 6 give way to

    Персональный Сократ > give way to

  • 7 give way

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > give way

  • 8 give way

    уступать; сдаться; идти на поводу

    I never give way to my children when they want me to buy them sweets.

    Billy kept asking his mother if he could go to the movies and she finally gave way.

    Англо-русский словарь идиом и фразовых глаголов > give way

  • 9 give way

    intransitive verb
    1) (yield, lit. or fig.) nachgeben; (collapse) [Brücke, Balkon:] einstürzen

    his legs gave way under himer knickte [in den Knien] ein

    2) (in traffic)

    give way [to traffic from the right] — [dem Rechtsverkehr] die Vorfahrt lassen

    ‘Give Way’ — "Vorfahrt beachten"

    3) (be succeeded by)
    * * *
    1) (to stop in order to allow eg traffic to pass: Give way to traffic coming from the right.) freie Bahn lassen
    2) (to break, collapse etc under pressure: The bridge will give way any day now.) nachgeben
    3) (to agree against one's will: I have no intention of giving way to demands like that.) nachgeben
    * * *
    intransitive verb
    1) (yield, lit. or fig.) nachgeben; (collapse) [Brücke, Balkon:] einstürzen

    his legs gave way under him — er knickte [in den Knien] ein

    give way [to traffic from the right] — [dem Rechtsverkehr] die Vorfahrt lassen

    ‘Give Way’ — "Vorfahrt beachten"

    * * *
    expr.
    nachgeben v.
    weichen v.
    (§ p.,pp.: wich, ist gewichen)

    English-german dictionary > give way

  • 10 give way

    1) отступать, давать дорогу; расступиться, раздвинуться, пропустить

    The crowd gave way, and one by one the prisoners were thrust in. (U. Sinclair, ‘Jimmie Higgins’, ch. VI) — Толпа расступилась, и арестованных поодиночке впихнули в машину.

    2) (to smb. или smth.) уступать, идти на уступки кому-л. или чему-л., сдавать свои позиции; уступать место чему-л., сменяться чем-л.

    In the beginning he had been watched with anxiety, perhaps even with misgiving. But soon this gave way to open admiration. (A. J. Cronin, ‘A Thing of Beauty’, part II, ch. XIV) — Сначала за его работой наблюдали с опасением, почти с тревогой. Но вскоре тревога сменилась открытым восхищением.

    ‘I've heard rumors of the story - what really happened?’ she asked, the woman in her giving way to the reporter. (S. Heym, ‘The Crusaders’, book I, ch. 2) — - Я слышала об этой истории. Расскажите, как было дело. - В Карен заговорило не любопытство женщины, а профессиональный интерес.

    Sir H: "I am not giving way, so the hon. member need not get ants in his pants. I have only two minutes and he took too long anyway." (‘Parliamentary Debates’, ‘House of Commons’) — Сэр Г: "Я не собираюсь уступать место другому оратору. Почтенный джентльмен может не трепыхаться. В моем распоряжении только две минуты, а он проговорил больше положенного времени."

    The Government must not give way to political blackmail from the arms kings. (‘Daily Worker’) — Правительство не должно идти на уступки торговцам оружием, прибегающим к политическому шантажу.

    3) отказать, испортиться, сломаться; сдать (о здоровье, нервах); помутиться ( о рассудке); подкоситься ( о ногах)

    Something gave way in him, and words came welling up... (J. Galsworthy, ‘Caravan’, ‘Salvation of a Forsyte’) — Что-то прорвалось в нем, и слова посыпались одно за другим...

    The uproar was appalling, perilous to the ear-drums; one feared there was too much sound for the room to hold - that the walls must give way or the ceiling crack. (U. Sinclair, ‘The Jungle’, ch. III) — Шум стоял невообразимый: казалось, что лопнут барабанные перепонки, что зал не вместит в себя все эти звуки и обвалятся стены или обрушится потолок.

    Something seemed to give way in his heart; it really felt to him as though something were breaking, and he felt strangely weak. (W. S. Maugham, ‘Of Human Bondage’, ch. 75) — Что-то неладное творилось у него с сердцем: ему казалось, что оно действительно рвется на части, и он чувствовал непривычную слабость.

    Her words startled him; his composure began to give way... (A. J. Cronin, ‘Three Loves’, book II, ch. 29) — Слова матери встревожили Питера. Спокойствие изменило ему...

    He moved forward and his legs gave way and he fell awkwardly and completely on his side, his arms and head flinging themselves loosely at will. (J. Aldridge, ‘The Diplomat’, ch. 16) — Он сделал движение вперед, ноги у него разъехались, и он, неуклюже взмахнув руками, боком грохнулся на лед.

    ...we have to do with one whose mind has given way under continued strain. (I. Murdoch, ‘The Black Prince’, ‘Postscript by Rachel’) —...перед нами человек, чей рассудок не выдержал длительного напряжения.

    4) (to smth.) давать волю чему-л., поддаваться, предаваться (какому-л. чувству); потерять самообладание, контроль

    Rebecca gave way to some very sincere and touching regrets that a piece of marvellous good fortune should have been so near her, and she actually obliged to decline it. (W. Thackeray, ‘Vanity Fair’, ch. XV) — Ребекка предавалась весьма искренним и трогательным сожалениям по поводу того, что удача была так близко, а между тем она была вынуждена отказаться от нее.

    Here the dame was... inclined to give way to a passion of tears. (W. Scott, ‘The Fortunes of Nigel’, ch. XXXVI) — В эту минуту дама... готова была залиться горькими слезами.

    Margery: "Oh! What shall we do?" Dorothy: "Don't give way, Marge. It's not certain yet." (W. S. Maugham, ‘The Bread-Winner’, sc. 1) — Марджери: "Боже! Что с нами будет?" Дороти: "Держи себя в руках, Мардж. Пока еще ничего не известно."

    Left alone in her strange abode Jennie gave way to her saddened feelings. (Th. Dreiser, ‘Jennie Gerhardt’, ch. X) — Оставшись одна в новом, чужом месте, Дженни дала волю своему горю.

    5) налечь на вёсла, прибавить ходу

    And the next moment he and the captain had dropped aboard of us, and we had showed off and given way. (R. L. Stevenson, ‘Treasure Island’, ch. XVI) — Грей и капитан быстро прыгнули в шлюпку, мы отчалили и налегли на весла.

    6) ком. понизиться в цене ( об акциях на фондовой бирже)

    Large English-Russian phrasebook > give way

  • 11 give way

    1) (to stop in order to allow eg traffic to pass: Give way to traffic coming from the right.) stoppe op
    2) (to break, collapse etc under pressure: The bridge will give way any day now.) give efter
    3) (to agree against one's will: I have no intention of giving way to demands like that.) give efter
    * * *
    1) (to stop in order to allow eg traffic to pass: Give way to traffic coming from the right.) stoppe op
    2) (to break, collapse etc under pressure: The bridge will give way any day now.) give efter
    3) (to agree against one's will: I have no intention of giving way to demands like that.) give efter

    English-Danish dictionary > give way

  • 12 give way

       1) дaвaть дopoгу; paccтупитьcя, пpoпуcтить
        The crowd gave way, and one by one the prisoners were thrust in (U. Sinclair)
       2) (to smb. или smth.) уcтупaть, идти нa уcтупки кoму-л. или чeму-л., cдaвaть cвoи пoзиции; уcтупaть мecтo чeму-л., cмeнятьcя чём-л.
        The Government must not give way to political blackmail from the arms kings (Daily Worker). In the beginning he had been watched with anxiety, perhaps even with misgiving. But soon this gave way to open admiration (A. J. Cronin)
       3) oткaзaть, иcпopтитьcя, cлoмaтьcя; нaдлoмитьcя, oбpушитьcя, oбвaлитьcя; cдaть (o здopoвьe, нepвax); пoдкocитьcя (o нoгax)', пoмутитьcя (o paccудкe)
        Something gave way in him, and words came welling up (J. Galsworthy). The uproar was appalling, perilous to the eardrums; one feared there was too much sound for the room to hold - that the wall must give way or the ceiling crack (U. Sinclair). He moved forward and his legs gave way and he fell awkwardly and completely on his side (J. Aldridge). We have to do with one whose mind has given way under continued strain (J. Murdoch)
       4) (to smth.) дaвaть вoлю чeму-л., пoддaвaтьcя, пpeдaвaтьcя (кaкoму-л. чувcтву); пoтepять caмooблaдaниe
        Norah. Oh, it's cruel. Miss Pringle. (Trying to console her). My dear, don't give way. I'm sure you'll have no difficulty in finding another situation (W. S. Maugham). You mustn't give way to your feelings like this. You must not cry (Th. Dreiser). George fancied that, if it had not been for the restraining influence of the sweet woman at his side, the young man might have given way to violent language (J. K. Jerome)

    Concise English-Russian phrasebook > give way

  • 13 give way

    1. происходить; уступать; сдаваться; поддаваться; не выдержать; рухнуть; падать

    giving way to — уступающий; уступка

    give way to — уступать; поддаваться

    2. уступать; уступить

    unable-to-give way lights — огни "не могу уступить дорогу"

    Синонимический ряд:
    yield (verb) allow; cede; consent; give in; relinquish; yield

    English-Russian base dictionary > give way

  • 14 give way

    1) (to stop in order to allow eg traffic to pass: Give way to traffic coming from the right.) ceder el paso
    2) (to break, collapse etc under pressure: The bridge will give way any day now.) ceder
    3) (to agree against one's will: I have no intention of giving way to demands like that.) ceder ante
    expr.
    ceder v.
    expr.
    ceder v.
    v.
    flaquear v.

    English-spanish dictionary > give way

  • 15 give way

    1.возвращаться: — German troops were giving way before our cannon fire.— Немецкие войска отступали перед огнем наших пушек.—рассказывает дедушка Мика о своем участии во Второй мировой войне; 2. освобождать, очищать/ — Please give way before the door.— Пожалуйста, освободите место перед дверью, а то она не откроется,— говорит Джейн своему племяннику и его соседскому приятелю, которые устроили игру в комнате и забаррикадировали дверь игрушками; 3. терять контроль, терять терпение или присутствия духа: Although she was very frightened she didn 't give way during the flood.— Во время наводнения она хоть и была ужасно напугана, тем не менее не теряла присутствия духа; 3. уступать: Mick and John kept asking Jane's mother if Jane could go with them and the woman finally gave way.— Мик и Джон все время уговаривали маму Джейн отпустить дочь вместе с ними и, в конце концов женщина сдалась; 4. разрушаться, падать, рушиться: The dam gave way.— И плотина рухнула.

    English-Russian slang from the book M. Goldenkova "Caution, hot dog" > give way

  • 16 give way

    1) (to stop in order to allow eg traffic to pass: Give way to traffic coming from the right.) víkja
    2) (to break, collapse etc under pressure: The bridge will give way any day now.) láta undan, bresta
    3) (to agree against one's will: I have no intention of giving way to demands like that.) láta undan

    English-Icelandic dictionary > give way

  • 17 give way

    1) (to stop in order to allow eg traffic to pass: Give way to traffic coming from the right.) elsőbbséget ad (vkinek)
    2) (to break, collapse etc under pressure: The bridge will give way any day now.) beszakad
    3) (to agree against one's will: I have no intention of giving way to demands like that.) enged

    English-Hungarian dictionary > give way

  • 18 give way

    1) (to stop in order to allow eg traffic to pass: Give way to traffic coming from the right.) ceder a mão
    2) (to break, collapse etc under pressure: The bridge will give way any day now.) ceder
    3) (to agree against one's will: I have no intention of giving way to demands like that.) concordar

    English-Portuguese dictionary > give way

  • 19 give way

    çökmek, yol vermek, öncelik tanımak, kendini vermek, kapılmak, dayanamamak, boyun eğmek, küreklere asılmak
    * * *
    yol ver
    * * *
    1) (to stop in order to allow eg traffic to pass: Give way to traffic coming from the right.) yol vermek
    2) (to break, collapse etc under pressure: The bridge will give way any day now.) çökmek
    3) (to agree against one's will: I have no intention of giving way to demands like that.) boyun eğmek

    English-Turkish dictionary > give way

  • 20 give way

    1) (to stop in order to allow eg traffic to pass: Give way to traffic coming from the right.) dati prednost
    2) (to break, collapse etc under pressure: The bridge will give way any day now.) zrušiti se
    3) (to agree against one's will: I have no intention of giving way to demands like that.) popustiti
    * * *
    intransitive verb umakniti se

    English-Slovenian dictionary > give way

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  • give way — ► give way 1) yield. 2) be unable to carry a load or withstand a force and collapse or break. 3) allow another to be or go first. 4) (give way to) be replaced or superseded by. Main Entry: ↑way …   English terms dictionary

  • give way to — 1. To yield to, submit to 2. To allow to take precedence, give priority to 3. To succumb to (eg grief) • • • Main Entry: ↑give …   Useful english dictionary

  • give way — index defer (yield in judgment), hear (give attention to), obey, relent, retreat, split, succumb, yield ( …   Law dictionary

  • give way to — (something) to be replaced by something. My excitement gave way to fear when I drove a car for the first time …   New idioms dictionary

  • give way to — index submit (yield) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • give way — 1) if something gives way, it breaks or falls down because there is too much weight or pressure on it The bridge threatened to give way as the flood waters rose. 2) to agree to something that someone else wants instead of what you want The… …   English dictionary

  • give way — {v.} 1. To go back; retreat. * /The enemy army is giving way before the cannon fire./ Compare: FALL BACK. 2. To make room, get out of the way. * /The children gave way and let their mother through the door./ Compare: MAKE WAY. 3. To lose control… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • give way — {v.} 1. To go back; retreat. * /The enemy army is giving way before the cannon fire./ Compare: FALL BACK. 2. To make room, get out of the way. * /The children gave way and let their mother through the door./ Compare: MAKE WAY. 3. To lose control… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • give\ way — v 1. To go back; retreat. The enemy army is giving way before the cannon fire. Compare: fall back 2. To make room, get out of the way. The children gave way and let their mother through the door. Compare: make way 3. To lose control of yourself;… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • give way — verb 1. move in order to make room for someone for something (Freq. 7) The park gave way to a supermarket Move over, he told the crowd • Syn: ↑move over, ↑give, ↑ease up, ↑yield • …   Useful english dictionary

  • give way — v. (d; intr.) ( to yield ) to give way to (reason gave way to hysteria) * * * (d; intr.) ( to yield ) to give way to (reason gave way to hysteria) …   Combinatory dictionary


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