Translation: from english

turn the corner

  • 1 turn the corner

    turn the corner а) завернуть за угол б) выйти из трудного положения в) бла-гополучно перенести кризис (болезни) г) mil. sl. дезертировать

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > turn the corner

  • 2 turn the corner

    выйти из затруднительного или опасного положения, оставить трудности позади; начать поправляться (ср. дело идёт на поправку)

    For the present this young man (although he certainly had turned the corner), lay still in a very precarious state. (R. Blackmore, ‘Cripps, the Carrier’, ch. XXXII) — Хотя критический период болезни прошел, состояние молодого человека все еще было тяжелое.

    ...at last they had turned the corner of their lives and were in smooth water. (J. Galsworthy, ‘Caravan’, ‘Expectations’) —...наконец трудности остались позади, и началась спокойная жизнь.

    Hilary began sending funny little notes the moment she had turned the corner. (J. Galsworthy, ‘Over the River’, ch. XXIV) — Как только дело пошло на поправку, Хилари начал посылать Динни смешные записочки.

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  • 3 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) dreje om hjørnet
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) komme over det værste
    * * *
    1) (to go round a corner.) dreje om hjørnet
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) komme over det værste

    English-Danish dictionary > turn the corner

  • 4 turn the corner

       выйти или выxoдить из кpитичecкoгo пoлoжeния; ocтaвить тpуднocти пoзaди; нaчaть пoпpaвлятьcя; дeлo идёт нa лaд
        In the clearest warning that his first Budget on March will be even tougher than expected, Mr John Major said the economy was only "turning the corner" and had by no means fully recovered (The Times). For the present this young man (although he certainly had turned the corner) lay still in a very precarious state (R. Blackmare)

    Concise English-Russian phrasebook > turn the corner

  • 5 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) doblar la esquina
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) salir del apuro, haber pasado ya lo peor/el momento crítico

    English-spanish dictionary > turn the corner

  • 6 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) beygja fyrir horn
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) komast yfir það versta

    English-Icelandic dictionary > turn the corner

  • 7 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) befordul a sarkon
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) túljut a nehezén

    English-Hungarian dictionary > turn the corner

  • 8 turn the corner

    kritik noktayı atlatmak, iyiye gitmek, köşeyi dönmek
    * * *
    1) (to go round a corner.) köşeyi dönmek
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) tehlikeyi atlatmak

    English-Turkish dictionary > turn the corner

  • 9 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) zaviti
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) premagati težave

    English-Slovenian dictionary > turn the corner

  • 10 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) kääntyä kulmasta
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) päästä pahimman yli

    English-Finnish dictionary > turn the corner

  • 11 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) girare l'angolo
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) superare il punto critico

    English-Italian dictionary > turn the corner

  • 12 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) um die Ecke biegen
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) eine Krise überstehen
    * * *
    expr.
    um die Ecke biegen ausdr.
    über den Berg kommen ausdr.

    English-german dictionary > turn the corner

  • 13 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) skręcić za róg
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) wychodzić z trudnego z położenia, wylizywać się

    English-Polish dictionary > turn the corner

  • 14 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) nogriezties ap stūri
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) izkļūt no grūtībām; pārciest (slimības) krīzi

    English-Latvian dictionary > turn the corner

  • 15 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) pasukti už kampo
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) atsigauti, išsisukti iš bėdos

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > turn the corner

  • 16 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) vika (vända) om hörnet
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) ha det värsta bakom sig

    English-Swedish dictionary > turn the corner

  • 17 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) zahnout za roh
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) překonat nejhorší
    * * *
    • zahnout za roh

    English-Czech dictionary > turn the corner

  • 18 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) zájsť za roh
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) prekonať to najhoršie
    * * *
    • zahnút za roh

    English-Slovak dictionary > turn the corner

  • 19 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) a da colţul
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) a trece de momentul critic

    English-Romanian dictionary > turn the corner

  • 20 turn the corner

    1) (to go round a corner.) στρίβω
    2) (to get past a difficulty or danger: He was very ill but he's turned the corner now.) τη γλιτώνω, τη σκαπουλάρω

    English-Greek dictionary > turn the corner

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  • turn the corner — 1. To go round the corner 2. To get past a difficulty or danger 3. To begin to pick up • • • Main Entry: ↑corner * * * turn the/​a corner phrase to begin to be healthy, happy, or successful again after a difficult period Has the economy finally… …   Useful english dictionary

  • turn the corner — To get over a bad run. When a loss making venture ceases to make losses, it has turned the corner …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • turn the corner — if something or someone turns the corner, their situation starts to improve after a difficult period. Certainly, the company s been through difficult times but I think we can safely say that we have now turned the corner. I was really ill on… …   New idioms dictionary

  • turn the corner —    To get over a bad run. When a loss making venture ceases to make losses, it has turned the corner .   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • turn the corner — achieve part of a goal, progress toward a goal    Lan was very ill, but she s turned the corner. She s recovering …   English idioms

  • turn the corner — Synonyms and related words: alter, ameliorate, be changed, be converted into, be renewed, bottom out, brace up, break, change, checker, chop, chop and change, come about, come around, come round, convalesce, degenerate, deteriorate, deviate,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • turn the corner — go around the block on the street …   English contemporary dictionary

  • turn the corner — verb To pass the most critical point of some process; to pass out of danger …   Wiktionary

  • turn the corner — idi to pass through a crisis safely …   From formal English to slang

  • To turn the corner — Turn Turn (t[^u]rn), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Turned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Turning}.] [OE. turnen, tournen, OF. tourner, torner, turner, F. tourner, LL. tornare, fr. L. tornare to turn in a lathe, to rounds off, fr. tornus a lathe, Gr. ? a turner s… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • turn a corner — turn the/​a corner phrase to begin to be healthy, happy, or successful again after a difficult period Has the economy finally turned the corner? With this new job I feel I’m turning a corner. Thesaurus: to be, or to become happy or happiersynonym …   Useful english dictionary

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