Phrasal Verbs with Prepositions and Nouns: Short List

Фразовые глаголы с предлогами и существительными: Краткий список


In this construction, the preposition belongs to the noun, but the choice of the preposition is dictated by the verb, i.e. the verb and the preposition create the meaning of the phrasal verb together. A suitable noun (or its substitute) is chosen by the speaker. (General information about phrasal verbs can be found in Phrasal Verbs Introduction in the section Idioms.)


В этой конструкции, предлог принадлежит существительному, но выбор предлога диктуется глаголом, т.е. глагол и предлог создают значение фразового глагола вместе. Подходящее существительное (или его заменитель) выбирается говорящим. (Общую информацию о фразовых глаголах можно найти в статье Phrasal Verbs Introduction в разделе Idioms.)


Verbs, with definitions Examples Translation
account for something - to give an explanation How can you account for your absence at the meeting? дать объяснение
accuse someone of something - to charge someone with something wrong (e.g., a crime, an offense) He was accused of murder. They accused him of murder. He was accused of stealing money. обвинить кого-то в чем-то плохом (в преступлении, в совершении проступка)
add something to something - to put something together with something else She added a little milk to coffee. Add two to three - how much do you get? добавить, прибавить что-то к чему-то
agree about/on something - to have the same opinion about something as someone else They agree about everything. They don't always agree on the way children should be raised. соглашаться (друг с другом) по каким-то вопросам
agree with someone / something - to have the same opinion as someone else I don't agree with you about it. I don't agree with your plan. соглашаться с кем-то / чем-то
answer for something - to be responsible for one's actions He will have to answer for his actions. He should answer for his rude behavior. нести ответственность за, отвечать за свои действия
apply for something - to make an application or request for something He applied for the position of sales representative. I want to apply for a job. подать заявление с просьбой о чем-то (например, о приеме на работу)
approve of something - to be in favor of something Her father doesn't approve of her boyfriend. Her mother doesn't approve of smoking. одобрять кого-то / что-то
argue about something - to disagree or quarrel about something What are they arguing about? He is always arguing about something. спорить о чем-то, ссориться о чем-то
argue with someone - to disagree or quarrel with someone Stop arguing with me! спорить, ссориться с кем-то
arrive at (some place) - to come to some place in a city He arrived at the airport two hours before the flight. We arrived at the hotel at night. прибыть в какое-то место в городе
arrive in (some city) - to come to some city He arrived in London yesterday. We arrived in Chicago at night. прибыть в какой-то город
ask about someone / something - to ask for information about someone or something He asked me about my relatives. He asked me about my future plans. спросить о ком-то / чем-то
ask for something - to request something He asked for a cup of coffee. He asked for help. попросить о чем-то
be above someone / something - to be higher than (literally and figuratively) The painting is above the mantelpiece. The weight of this box is above 50 kilograms. He is above suspicion. быть выше кого-то / чего-то (буквально и в переносном смысле)
be after - to be later than the specified hour It was after eleven at night. It is ten minutes after five. быть позже какого-то часа
be against something - to oppose something I am against your plan. быть против чего-то
be into something - to be interested in something He is into computers. She is into jazz. интересоваться, увлекаться чем-то
be out of something - not to have We are out of sugar. We are out of time. закончиться (о запасах, времени)
begin with something - to start with something Begin with Chapter 3. начать с чего-то
believe in someone / something - to have faith in someone / something He believes in you. She believes in justice for all. верить в кого-то / что-то
belong to someone - to be property of someone This house belongs to his son. This bag belongs to me. принадлежать кому-то
blame someone for something - to say that someone is responsible for something wrong She blamed him for the loss of her bag. He is to blame for this terrible mistake. винить кого-то в чем-то / за что-то плохое
borrow something from someone - to take and have to give back / pay back I borrowed fifty dollars from Tom. I borrowed a bicycle from Kate. одолжить что-то у кого-то
break into (a house) - to get in by force They broke into the house at night. вломиться силой в (дом)
break with - to sever relations; to cease one's connection with someone or something He broke with his family. He broke with his old friends. He broke with the past. порвать отношения; прервать связь с кем-то или чем-то
call someone at (this telephone number) - to dial the indicated number Call me at 555-3246. позвонить кому-то по указанному номеру телефона
care about someone / something - 1. to like; 2. to be interested in something 1. He cares about his little sister. 2. I don't care about your opinion. 1. любить кого-то /что-то; 2. интересоваться чем-то
care for someone / something - 1. to like; 2. to want; 3. to look after someone / something 1. He cares for his little sister. 2. Do you care for a drink? 3. Will you care for my cat while I'm away? 1. любить кого-то / что-то; 2. хотеть чего-то; 3. присмотреть за, позаботиться о ком-то / чем-то
change something for something - to exchange for, trade for something Can I change this bag for that one? Could I change these dollars for euros, please? обменять что-то на что-то
1. change into something - to put on a new set of clothes; 2. change into someone / something - to turn into, to convert into someone / something different 1. I need to change into warmer clothes. 2. The little boy in the fairy tale was changed into a monster. I'd like to change these dollars into pounds, please. 1. переодеться в другую одежду; 2. превратить кого-то / что-то в кого-то / что-то другое
charge for something - to ask as a price for service or goods How much do you charge for a single room? просить цену за услуги или товары
check into (a hotel, a hospital) - to register at arrival We checked into a hotel at night. She checked into a hospital two days ago. регистрироваться при размещении (в гостинице, больнице)
check out of (a hotel) - to pay the bill and leave (the hotel) I checked out of the hotel at noon. выписаться из (гостиницы)
come across someone / something - to meet or find by chance Yesterday I came across an interesting article on vegetarian cooking. встретить или найти случайно (кого-то, что-то)
come from (some place) - to be from (some place) He comes from a small town in France. быть родом из (какого-то места)
come into (some place) - to enter Mary came into the room. войти в (какое-то место)
come to something - to reach (place, result, position, state, etc.) She came to Moscow yesterday. The bill comes to $50. The struggle came to an end in July. The military came to power in 1978. He fainted, but he came to himself quickly. прийти к (какому-то месту, результату, положению и т.д.)
comment on something - to give one's opinion about something He commented on the current situation. комментировать что-то
compare someone / something with someone / something - to examine to see the difference or similarity Compare this car with that car. This writer is often compared with Leo Tolstoy. сравнить кого-то / что-то с кем-то / чем-то, чтобы увидеть разницу или сходство
complain about something - to be dissatisfied with something She is always complaining about her job. She complained about her noisy neighbor. жаловаться на что-то / кого-то
complain to someone - to report a complaint to somebody Complain to the manager (about it). Complain to the police about his actions. пожаловаться кому-то
concentrate on something - to give full attention to something They concentrated their efforts on getting the contract. I am trying to concentrate on my work. концентрироваться на чем-то
congratulate someone on something - to express praise to someone for success in something I congratulated him on his new job. He congratulated her on her excellent exam results. поздравить кого-то с чем-то / по случаю чего-то успешного
connect to - to join two things together Are you connected to the Internet? Can you connect me to Mr. Cole? подсоединить к чему-то, соединять с чем-то / кем-то
connect with - 1. to have a connection with; 2. to join two things together 1. This bank is connected with several big banks. Her work is connected with music. 2. Can you connect me with Mr. Cole? 1. иметь связь с чем-то; 2. соединять с чем-то / кем-то
consent to something - to agree to something Her father consented to her marriage. дать согласие на что-то
consist of - to be composed of (parts, ingredients) Water consists of hydrogen and oxygen. The book consists of five chapters. состоять из (частей, ингредиентов)
contribute something to something - to give (money, time, etc.) He contributed a lot of money, time and effort to this research. делать вклад во что-то
correspond with someone - to be in correspondence with He corresponds with many famous people. переписываться с кем-то
count on someone - to depend / rely on someone You can always count on me for help. рассчитывать на кого-то
count to (some number) - to count Close your eyes and count to 10. считать до (какого-то числа)
dedicate to - 1. to give one's time, energy, effort to something; 2. to do something in honor of someone 1. This scientist dedicated his whole life to research. 2. He dedicated his latest novel to his daughter. 1. посвятить свое время, энергию, усилия чему-то; 2. посвятить что-то кому-то, сделать что-то в честь кого-то
depart for (some place) - to leave for (some place) The train departs for Paris at one o'clock. отбыть в (какое-то место)
depart from (some place) - to leave (some place) The train departs from Rome at 6:30. отбыть из (какого-то места)
depend on someone / something - 1. to be conditioned by; 2. to rely on, to count on someone 1. It depends on the weather. 2. You can always depend on him. 1. зависеть от кого-то / чего-то; 2. положиться на кого-то
devote to - to give one's time, energy, effort to something or someone This scientist devoted his whole life to research. He devotes his Sundays to children. посвятить свое время, энергию, усилия чему-то, кому-то
disagree about/on something - to have different opinions They disagree about everything. They often disagree on the way children should be raised. не соглашаться (друг с другом) по каким-то вопросам
disagree with someone / something - to have a different opinion from someone else I disagree with you about it. I disagree with your plan. 1. не соглашаться с кем-то / чем-то
do without something - to live without something We have to do without chocolate. обойтись без чего-то
drive at - to drive at a certain speed He was driving at 70 miles per hour when the accident happened. ехать с какой-то скоростью
drop out of school - to quit school He dropped out of school when he was 15. бросить школу, институт
equip someone / something with something - to provide with necessary things The kitchen is equipped with modern appliances. They equipped the expedition with tools and maps. оборудовать, снарядить, обеспечить чем-то
excuse someone for something - to forgive someone for something Please excuse me for being late. Excuse me for interrupting you, but could you give me a copy of the report? извинить кого-то за что-то
expect something from someone - to expect (good work, results, etc.) Don't expect good work from him, he is lazy and careless. I expected more from her. ожидать чего-то от кого-то
explain something to someone - to make clear Can you explain this task to the students? объяснить что-то кому-то
fall in love with someone or something - to begin to love They fell in love and got married. He fell in love with Mary. She fell in love with jazz music. влюбиться в кого-то или что-то
fall over something - to trip over something and fall He fell over a stair and hurt his knee. споткнуться о что-то и упасть
feel about - to have an opinion about How do you feel about his new plan? иметь мнение о чем-то
forget about someone / something Sorry, I forgot about your request. забыть о ком-то / чем-то
forgive someone for something Please forgive me for losing your book. простить кому-то что-то
get into something - to enter (place, state, etc.) Get into the car! She doesn't get into town often. He got into trouble. войти в (какое-то место, положение)
get off the bus, train, plane - to leave the bus, train, plane He got off the train at the River Station. сойти с автобуса, поезда, самолета
get on the bus, train, plane - to take a bus, train, plane He got on the bus on Maple Avenue. сесть на автобус, поезд, самолет
get out of (some place) - to exit Get out of the house! He got out of the car and walked to the bank. выйти наружу; выбраться из чего-то наружу
get over something - to recover from an illness or bad experience You'll get over it soon. I'm glad you got over your illness so quickly. преодолеть, оправиться после болезни или неприятности
get through something - to go through something The refrigerator won't get through this narrow door. I don't know how he got through college, he never studied. пройти сквозь / через что-то
get to (some place) - to reach (some place) We got to London at night. добраться до (какого-то места)
give something to someone / something - to hand, to pass something to someone / something Give the book to Ann. She often gives to charity. Give my regards to your family. He gives all his time to work. дать, вручить, передать что-то кому-то / чему-то
go round / around something - to be, move or walk around something The fence goes around the whole garden. The earth goes around the sun. He went around the corner. быть, двигаться, идти вокруг чего-то
go by - 1. to go past someone / something; pass by; 2. to travel using some transport 1. She went by me without saying hello. 2. He always goes to work by train. 1. пройти мимо кого-то / чего-то; 2. ездить каким-то транспортом
go down (the stairs, road, etc.) - 1. to descend; 2. to go along the street 1. Go down the stairs and turn right. 2. He went down the street to the bank. 1. спускаться (по ступенькам и т.д.); 2. идти вдоль по улице
go for something - to go and do something Let's go for a walk. Let's go for a drive. пойти делать что-то
go into something - 1. to enter; 2. to examine or discuss in detail 1. He went into that building. 2. I can't go into your report now. There is no need to go into details now. 1. войти; 2. детально изучить или обсудить что-то
go over/through something - to review, to look through something Go over these chapters again. перечитать, просмотреть что-то
go through something - 1. to move through, pass through something; 2. to look through something 1. The refrigerator won't go through this narrow door. She went through the park. He's gone through a lot of suffering. 2. Go through these chapters again. 1. пройти сквозь что-то; 2. просмотреть что-то
go to (some place) - to reach, visit, travel to, attend (some place) Go to bed. Go to page 9. He went to the bank. He went to Rome last year. Her son goes to law school. I have to go to work now. Does this bus go to the book fair? пойти / посетить / поехать куда-то, в какое-то место
go up (the stairs, the hill, etc.) - to climb (the stairs, the hill, etc.) We went up the stairs to the third floor. Jack and Jill went up the hill. подниматься, взбираться по чему-то / на что-то
graduate from (school) - to finish school He graduated from college in 1997. окончить школу, институт
happen to someone What happened to Tom? He looks awful. случиться с кем-то
have something against someone - to have a reason to be against What do you have against my plan? He has a couple of things against you. иметь что-то против кого-то / чего-то
hear about someone / something - to learn about someone /something Have you heard about the accident? слышать о ком-то / чем-то
hear from someone - to have news from someone I haven't heard from him in years. иметь известия от кого-то
help someone with something - to assist someone with something What can I help you with? He helped me with my report /with my work. помочь кому-то с чем-то (в чем-то)
hint at something - to suggest something indirectly What are you hinting at? He hinted at this possibility. намекать на что-то
hint to someone - to suggest something indirectly to someone He hinted to me that he wanted to buy that house. намекать кому-то
inform someone about/of something - to tell someone about something He informed the committee about his decision to resign from his post. сообщить кому-то о чем-то
insist on something - to demand He insists on selling the house. настаивать на чем-то
introduce someone to someone - to present someone to other people She introduced him to her friends. представить кого-то кому-то
invest something in something - to put in (money, hopes, work, time) He invested a lot of money, time, and effort in this business. вложить (деньги, работу, время и т.д.) во что-то
invite someone to something - to ask to come as a guest They invited me to dinner. They invited us to the wedding. пригласить кого-то на что-то
judge by something - to form an opinion on the basis of something Judging by the look of the house, nobody lives in it. Don't judge a book by its cover! судить, оценивать по / на основании чего-то
knock at/on the door - to beat at/on the door Somebody is knocking on the door. I knocked at the door. стучать, постучать в дверь
lag behind someone - to be behind others in something The little boy lagged behind the older boys. He is lagging behind the other students. быть позади, отставать от кого-то
laugh at - 1. to laugh (at a funny joke); 2. to make fun of someone /something 1. We all laughed at his jokes. 2. The boys laughed at the new boy. They laughed at his accent. 1. смеяться над (шуткой); 2. высмеивать кого-то / что-то
lead to something - 1. to guide to someone / something; 2. to result in something 1. He led us to the director's office. This road leads to a nice lake. 2. His carelessness led to a tragic accident. привести к чему-то (буквально / фигурально)
leave for (some place) - 1. to go to (a place); 2. to abandon one thing and start another The train leaves for Paris at twelve o'clock. He left his wife for a younger woman. He left his job for a sailing expedition. отбыть в (какое-то место); уйти от кого-то / чего-то к кому-то / чему-то, покинуть ради
leave from (some place) - to depart from (some place) The train leaves from Rome at 6:30. отбыть из (какого-то места)
leave something to someone - to give something to someone (as inheritance or for work) She left the house to her son. Leave it to me, I'll do it. Leave this task to Jim. оставить что-то кому-то (в наследство или для выполнения)
lend something to someone - to give something to someone on the condition of returning it I lent fifty dollars to a friend of mine. I lent my bicycle to Tom till Saturday. дать взаймы что-то кому-то
listen to someone / something - 1. pay attention by listening; 2. to obey 1. Listen to the teacher. He is listening to music. 2.You should listen to your parents. 1. слушать кого-то / что-то; 2. слушаться кого-то
live on something - 1. to live on a certain street; 2. to live on certain food; 3. to live on certain income 1. She lives on Baker Street. 2. She lives on apples, bread, and cheese. 3. She lives on 500 dollars a month. 1. жить на такой-то улице; 2. жить на такой-то еде; 3. жить на такие-то средства
long for something - to want something very much He longed for a real friend, but he was always alone. очень сильно желать чего-то
look after someone / something - to watch, take care of someone /something A babysitter looks after the children when their mother is at work. Who looks after this garden? присматривать за кем-то / чем-то
look at someone / something - 1. to take a look at someone / something; 2. to consider something 1. He looked at her for a long time. What are you looking at? 2. I'll look at your report tomorrow. 1. смотреть, посмотреть на кого-то / что-то; 2. рассмотреть, посмотреть что-то
look for someone / something - to search for someone / something I'm looking for Tom Brown. What are you looking for? искать кого-то / что-то
look into something - to examine, investigate something The police are looking into the matter. You should look into this problem. исследовать, изучать, расследовать что-то
look out of (the window) - to look outside He looked out of the window. выглянуть из (окна)
look over / through something - to examine, go over, go through something Look over your notes before the test. изучить, просмотреть что-то
make from - to produce, to create something from something She made a summer dress from a length of silk. Butter is made from milk. сделать что-то из чего-то
be made of - to be made up of some material This ring is made of gold. This dress is made of silk. быть сделанным из, состоять из какого-то материала
mark with something - to make more visible Mark mistakes with a red pencil. помечать, отмечать чем-то
move into (a house) - to begin to reside in (a house) They've just moved into a new house. въехать в (квартиру, дом)
move to (another city, house) - to change the place of living They moved to another house last year. переехать в (другой город, дом)
name someone after someone - to name in honor of someone He was named after his famous uncle. They named their son after his uncle. назвать в честь кого-то
object to something - to be against something I objected to his plan. возражать против чего-то
offer (a certain sum) for something - to intend to give How much do they offer for the house? They offer 50,000 dollars for it. предлагать (определенную сумму) за что-то
offer something to someone - to intend to give They offered four thousand dollars to her mother. предлагать что-то кому-то
open with something - 1. to open with a tool; 2. to start with 1. He opened the door with a key. 2. The director opened the meeting with a joke. 1. открыть инструментом; 2. открыть / начать с чего-то
owe for something - to have to pay for something How much do I owe you for the book? должен за что-то
owe to someone - 1. have to pay back to someone; 2. to feel indebted to someone / something 1. He owes $15,000 to the law company that represented him. 2. He owes his success in life to his family and to his hard work. 1. быть в долгу / должен кому-то; 2. быть обязанным кому-то / чему-то
pass by someone / something - to go past, go by someone / something She passed by me without saying hello. пройти мимо кого-то / чего-то
pay for something - to give money for something How much did you pay for this bag? платить за что-то
point at someone - to direct (a finger, gun) to someone Don't point at people! He pointed a gun at him. указывать на кого-то, направлять на кого-то
prefer (one thing) to (another) - to like one thing more than the other thing I prefer this song to that one. I prefer tea to coffee. предпочесть одно другому
prevent someone from doing something - to stop someone from doing something How can I prevent him from making this terrible mistake? His illness prevented him from coming to the meeting. предотвратить, не допустить, чтобы кто-то сделал что-то
provide with something - to give, supply with He provided us with information, food, and money for our trip. снабжать, обеспечить чем-то
pull into - 1. to drag into; 2. to come to the station (about a train, bus) 1. They pulled him into a car and drove off. 2. The train is pulling into the station. 1. втащить, втянуть в; 2. подъезжать к станции (о поезде, автобусе)
pull out of - 1. take out of; 2. to leave the station (about a train, bus) 1. He pulled a wallet out of his pocket. 2. The train is pulling out of the station now. 1. вытащить что-то из чего-то; 2. отъезжать от станции (о поезде, автобусе)
push someone into something - to make someone get in They pushed him into a car and drove off. втолкнуть во что-то
reach for something - to stretch one's hand to get something He reached for the vase on the shelf above. She reached for her bag. потянуться за чем-то, достать до чего-то
rely on someone / something - to count on, depend on someone / something You can always rely on him. You can always rely on his help. полагаться на кого-то / что-то
remind someone of something or someone - to cause someone to remember This town reminds me of my hometown. Thank you for reminding me of the meeting. напоминать кому-то что-то, кого-то; напомнить, чтобы не забыл
remind someone about something - to tell someone not to forget about something Thank you for reminding me about the meeting. напомнить кому-то о чем-то, чтобы не забыл
remove something from (a place) - to take away from (a place) Please remove your books from the table. I removed the stains from your shirt. убрать что-то с чего-то
replace someone / something by/with someone / something Coal was replaced by electricity. Tom is sick, so we will have to replace him with Jim. He replaced the old pipe with a new one. заменить кого-то / что-то кем-то / чем-то
report on something - to give information on something He reported on the current situation. делать доклад о чем-то
report something to someone - to inform someone about something He reported her absence to the boss. доложить о ком-то / чем-то кому-то
run across someone / something - to meet or find by chance I ran across an old friend yesterday. I ran across her old photo in that book. встретить или найти случайно (кого-то, что-то)
run for - 1. run to get something; 2. to try to get a position of 1. Run for help! Run for cover! 2. He is going to run for President. 1. бежать за (помощью); 2. баллотироваться в
run into someone - to meet by chance I ran into an old friend yesterday. случайно встретить кого-то
run out of something - 1. to run outside; 2. to end (about supplies) 1. He ran out of the house. 2. We've run out of sugar. We are running out of time. 1. выбежать из (здания); 2. закончиться (о запасах)
run to - 1. to go to someone for help or advice; 2. to come to the amount 1. She always runs to him for help. 2. The bill ran to $300. 1. обращаться к кому-то за помощью, советом 2. достигать (о сумме, числе)
save (something) for someone / something - to preserve, put aside for future use Save this wine for next week. We have to save money for Mike's education. He's saving for a new computer. сохранять, сберегать, копить для кого-то / чего-то
save someone from something - to rescue someone from danger, harm, failure, loss, etc. The man saved the boy from drowning. We can't save him from his own foolishness. спасти кого-то от чего-то
say something about something - to express an opinion about something What can you say about his new book? выразить мнение о чем-то
search for someone / something - to look for someone / something He is searching for eternal beauty. The police are searching the suburbs for the missing boy. искать, разыскивать кого-то / что-то
see through something - to see what is behind something I can't see through this glass. We saw through his clever plan. видеть насквозь (букв. / фигур.)
shout at someone - to yell at someone Don't shout at children. кричать на кого-то
speak about something - to talk about something He spoke about the necessity of reforms. говорить о чем-то
speak to/with someone - to talk to/with someone She is speaking with her friend right now. Who do you want to speak to? говорить с, разговаривать с, поговорить с кем-то
spend (money, time) on something How much time did you spend on this report? How much money do you spend on food? тратить (деньги, время) на что-то
stand by someone / something - to support, be loyal to someone She stood by him in everything he did. He stood by his decision despite her protest. поддерживать, быть верным кому-то / чему-то
stand for something - to symbolize, mean What does the letter Q in IQ stand for? символизировать, означать
start with something - to begin with something Start with Chapter 3. начать с чего-то
stay at (some place) - to live at some place for a while We stayed at the Sheraton Hotel. I stayed at my sister's for two weeks. остановиться пожить в каком-то месте, погостить у кого-то
stay with someone - to be with someone, visit with someone Stay with me for an hour. He stayed with us for Christmas. побыть с кем-то / у кого-то, погостить у кого-то
stop at - to stop at a certain place He stopped at the red traffic light. He will stop at nothing! We stopped at my sister's. остановиться около чего-то / перед чем-то / у кого-то
stop someone from doing something - to prevent someone from doing something How can I stop him from making this terrible mistake? остановить кого-то, чтобы не сделал что-то
take after someone - to resemble one's parents in character or looks He takes after his father in appearance. She takes after her mother in character. походить на родителей характером или внешне
take someone for someone - to confuse someone with someone else Sorry, I took you for your sister. Who do you take me for? принимать кого-то за кого-то
talk about something - to speak about something What are you talking about? говорить / разговаривать о чем-то
talk someone into something - to persuade into doing something He talked her into selling the house. уговорить кого-то сделать что-то
talk someone out of something - to persuade someone out of doing something He talked her out of selling the house. отговорить кого-то от чего-то
talk to/with someone - to speak to/with someone She is talking with her friend right now. говорить с, разговаривать с, поговорить с кем-то
tell someone about something - to inform someone about something He told me about your plans. сообщить кому-то о чем-то
tell by something - to judge by something I could tell by his voice that he was scared. узнать, определить по чему-то
thank someone for something - to say thank you She thanked him for his help. Thank you for telling me about it. благодарить кого-то за что-то
think about/of someone / something I have never thought about it before. думать о ком-то / чем-то
touch on something - to mention as a subject We touched on many questions briefly. коснуться (вопроса)
translate something into (another language) Translate this passage into English. перевести на (другой язык)
translate something from (another language) This passage was translated from German. перевести с (другого языка)
turn into someone / something - to change into someone / something He turned into a monster. He was turned into a stone. превратить в кого-то / что-то
turn to someone / something - to move and face someone / something Turn to me, please. He turned to the window and didn't answer. повернуться к кому-то / чему-то
vote for someone / something - to vote in favor of someone / something Five members voted for the candidate. Did you vote for the new plan or against it? голосовать за кого-то / что-то
vote against someone / something - to oppose someone / something One member voted against the resolution. голосовать против кого-то / чего-то
wait for someone / something I waited for the bus for twenty minutes. ждать кого-то / что-то
warn about something - to advise about (risk, danger, etc.) He warned me about the danger there. He warned you about the boss's temper. предостеречь о чем-то
warn against something - to advise avoiding something He warned me against going there alone. предостеречь от чего-то
wonder about something - to think about something with curiosity or trying to understand I am still wondering about his behavior at the meeting. I wonder about the origin of this problem. размышлять над чем-то (с любопытством или пытаясь понять)
wonder at something - to admire, marvel at or be surprised by something I wondered at his strength and composure in such a difficult situation. восхищаться чем-то, удивляться чему-то
work at - 1. to have a job at some place; 2. work at/on something - to work (hard) on something 1. He works at a bank. She works at IBM. 2. Work at your pronunciation. He is still working on his new novel. 1. работать в каком-то месте; 2. работать (серьезно) над чем-то
work for - 1. to work for an employer; 2. to get a certain pay for work 1. He works for IBM. He works for a newspaper. 2. He agreed to work for $2,000 a month. He works for free. 1. работать на кого-то; 2. работать за определенную оплату
work in (some place) - to have a job at some place He works in a bank. She works in a restaurant. работать в каком-то месте
worry about someone / something - to feel concerned about someone / something She worries about her son. She is worried about her son. What are you worrying about? Don't worry about money. беспокоиться о ком-то / чем-то
write about something or someone - to describe in writing He wrote an article about his trip to Spain. In his letter, he writes about an old friend of his who lives in our city. написать о чем-то / ком-то
write to someone - to address letters to someone She wrote a letter to the manager. написать кому-то