Translation: from english

lie low

  • 1 lie low

    (lie (жарг. lay) low)
    выжидать; притаиться, стараться не привлекать к себе внимания

    Capt. Brennan: "There's no chance o'slippin' back now, for th' military are everywhere: a fly couldn't get through... I'll have to take me [= my] chance, an' thry [= and try] to lie low here for a while." (S. O'Casey, ‘The Plough and the Stars’, act IV) — Капитан Бреннан: "Сейчас нет никаких шансов незаметно вернуться, так как везде солдаты. Муха и та не пролетит... Придется рискнуть и переждать здесь."

    In the morning, Troy received orders to lay low for the day. (S. Heym, ‘The Crusaders’, book IV, ch. 3) — Наутро капитан Трой получил приказ не продвигаться дальше в этот день.

    He got mixed up in some scandal last winter, and has been lying low ever since. (SPI) — Прошлой зимой он был замешан в каком-то скандале и с тех пор старается быть тише воды, ниже травы.

    Large English-Russian phrasebook > lie low

  • 2 lie low

    lie low а) лежать мертвым; б) быть униженным; в) coll. притаиться, выжидать

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > lie low

  • 3 lie low

    zich gedeisd houden
    ————————
    zich gedeisd/schuil houden

    English-Dutch dictionary > lie low

  • 4 lie low

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    You'd better lie low here for a few weeks until the police have stopped looking for you — Тебе лучше переждать здесь несколько недель, пока полиция не перестанет искать тебя

    The new dictionary of modern spoken language > lie low

  • 5 lie low

    (to stay quiet or hidden: The criminal lay low until the police stopped looking for him.) sich versteckt halten
    * * *
    lie low v/i
    1. a) sich verstecken oder versteckt halten
    b) sich ruhig verhalten
    2. auf eine günstige Gelegenheit warten, den rechten Augenblick abwarten oder abpassen

    English-german dictionary > lie low

  • 6 lie low

       выжидaть, пpитaитьcя, cтapaтьcя нe пpивлeкaть к ceбe внимaния, пepeжидaть
        Copt. Brennan. There's no chance o' slippin' back now, for th' military are everywhere: a fly couldn't get through... I'll have to take me chance, an' thry [- and try] to lie low here for a while (S. O`Casey). Mr Keating was not at the party conference. His friends said he was lying low (The Economist)

    Concise English-Russian phrasebook > lie low

  • 7 lie low

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > lie low

  • 8 lie low

    ჩუმად ყოფნა, ხმის გაუღებლობა, ხალხში არ გამოჩენა
    lie low and pretend you know nothing ჩუმად იყავი და თავი ისე დაიჭირე, ვითომ არაფერი იცი

    English-Georgian dictionary > lie low

  • 9 lie low

    PHRV. ซ่อนตัว
    Relate: [หลบอยู่]
    PHRV. ถ่อมตน
    PHRV. หนีรอดจากตำรวจ
    Relate: [ซ่อนตัวจากตำรวจ] Syn: [lie doggo] Ant: [lie up]

    English - Thai dictionary > lie low

  • 10 lie low

    1) phr. v. ซ่อนตัว
    related: หลบอยู่
    2) phr. v. ถ่อมตน
    3) phr. v. หนีรอดจากตำรวจ
    related: ซ่อนตัวจากตำรวจ
    syn.: lie doggo ant.: lie up

    English-Thai dictionary > lie low

  • 11 lie low

    (to stay quiet or hidden: The criminal lay low until the police stopped looking for him.) holde lav profil
    * * *
    (to stay quiet or hidden: The criminal lay low until the police stopped looking for him.) holde lav profil

    English-Danish dictionary > lie low

  • 12 lie low

    (to stay quiet or hidden: The criminal lay low until the police stopped looking for him.) estar escondido

    English-spanish dictionary > lie low

  • 13 lie low

    (to stay quiet or hidden: The criminal lay low until the police stopped looking for him.) vera í felum; hafa hægt um sig

    English-Icelandic dictionary > lie low

  • 14 lie low

    (to stay quiet or hidden: The criminal lay low until the police stopped looking for him.) lapul

    English-Hungarian dictionary > lie low

  • 15 lie low

    (to stay quiet or hidden: The criminal lay low until the police stopped looking for him.) esconder-se

    English-Portuguese dictionary > lie low

  • 16 lie low

    saklanmak, gizlenmek, niyetini gizlemek, susup beklemek
    * * *
    (to stay quiet or hidden: The criminal lay low until the police stopped looking for him.) gizlenmek

    English-Turkish dictionary > lie low

  • 17 lie low

    (to stay quiet or hidden: The criminal lay low until the police stopped looking for him.) skrivati se
    * * *
    intransitive verb skrivati se, pritajiti se; biti mrtev; figuratively ležati v prahu, biti ponižan

    English-Slovenian dictionary > lie low

  • 18 lie low

    • pysytellä piilossa hiljaa
    • maata maassa
    • piileskellä
    • piileksiä
    • lymyillä
    * * *
    (to stay quiet or hidden: The criminal lay low until the police stopped looking for him.) piileksiä

    English-Finnish dictionary > lie low

  • 19 lie low

    (to stay quiet or hidden: The criminal lay low until the police stopped looking for him.) stare nascosto

    English-Italian dictionary > lie low

  • 20 lie low

    (to stay quiet or hidden: The criminal lay low until the police stopped looking for him.) przyczaić/ukrywać się

    English-Polish dictionary > lie low

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  • lie low — or {nonstandard}[lay low] {v.}, {informal} 1. To stay quietly out of sight; try not to attract attention; hide. * /After holding up the bank, the robbers lay low for a while./ 2. To keep secret one s thoughts or plans. * /I think he wants to be… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • lie low — or {nonstandard}[lay low] {v.}, {informal} 1. To stay quietly out of sight; try not to attract attention; hide. * /After holding up the bank, the robbers lay low for a while./ 2. To keep secret one s thoughts or plans. * /I think he wants to be… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • lie low — ► lie low keep out of sight; avoid attention. Main Entry: ↑lie …   English terms dictionary

  • lie low — If someone lies low, they try not to be found or caught …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • lie low — index lurk Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • lie low — verb 1. keep a low profile, try to be inconspicuous (Freq. 1) • Hypernyms: ↑hide, ↑hide out • Verb Frames: Something s Somebody s 2. to try to avoid detection especially by police …   Useful english dictionary

  • lie low — to hide so you will not be caught by someone. All we could think to do was to get into the woods any woods as fast as possible and just lie low. Usage notes: often confused in form with lay someone low to weaken someone Related vocabulary: lie in …   New idioms dictionary

  • lie low — verb To remain hidden. Ill lie low here until you get back, good luck! …   Wiktionary

  • lie low — Meaning Keep out of sight. Origin From Shakespeare s Much Ado About Nothing. ANTONIO: If he could right himself with quarreling, Some of us would lie low …   Meaning and origin of phrases

  • lie low — stay quietly out of sight, try not to attract attention He is very angry at you so I think that you should lie low for a few days until he calms down …   Idioms and examples

  • lie low — Nate and Rizzo will have to lie low until the trial is over Syn: hide, go into hiding, conceal oneself, keep out of sight, go underground, hide out; informal hole up See note at lay …   Thesaurus of popular words

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