1. to get (got, got)υt/i 1. доставать, добывать; to get smb. smth., to get smth. for smb.,е.g. I can get this book for you. (I can get you this book.)
2. получать, е.g. Did you get ( = receive) my telegram?
3. покупать, приобретать, е.g. The two girls got new hats.
4. прибывать, добираться, достигать, е.g. We cannot get to Moscow tonight. It was very late when he got home.
5. приготовить, подготовить, обеспечить, е.g. It was decided that Mother would stay home and get the dinner ( = get it ready).
6. заставить кого-л. что-л. сделать, добиться, чтобы кто-л. что-л. сделал, е.g. We got Mother to arrange the decorations.
7. становиться (as a link-verb), е.g. It was getting dark when we arrived at the station. I got very cold while waiting in the street.
Syn. to become
to get smth. done, е.g. I got everything arranged in time.
have got = have, e, g. I have got something to tell you. I haven't got the book you're talking about (cf.: I have no books by this author.).
N о t e: In modern conversational English the word combination have gotin the meaning of иметь, обладать is used much more often than the verb have m the same meaning, especially with a concrete object.
have got to do smth., е.g. I have got to (= must) finish my work in time. It has got to be done.
to get back = to come back, е.g. At what time shall we get back?
to get over a disease(fear, difficulties, grief, etc.), е.g. Don't worry, the child will soon get over his illness.
to get up and down,е.g. Mother had to get up and down a good bit during the meal fetching things back and forward.
to get on smb.'s nerves,е.g. Don't get up and down every minute, you're getting on my nerves.
2. to turnυt/i 1.вращать(ся), поворачивать(ся), вертеться), е.g. At hearing her voice I turned (turned my head). The car turned the corner.
2. превращать(ся), изменять(ся) (into smth.), е.g. The water in the pond turned into ice as the night had been frosty.
to turn away (from smb. or smth.)отвернуться (от)
to turn backповернуть назад
to turn inside outвывернуть(ся) наизнанку, е.g. My umbrella turned inside out in the wind.
to turn outоказаться, е.g. He turned out a bad actor. The day turned out (to be) a fine one. It turned out that there were no vacant seats in the bus.
as it turned out... = as it happened
to turn overперевернуть(ся), е.g. He turned over a page. He turned over in bed.
to turn up(по)явиться, прийти, е.g. We expected him to join us, but he never turned up.
to turn smth. upside downперевернуть вверх дном, разбросать, е.g. Someone has turned everything upside down in my drawer.
3. to treatυt 1. обращать(ся), обходиться, относиться; to treat smb. well, kindly, coldly,etc., е.g. Don't treat me as if I were a child. Better treat his words as a joke. You treat" the matter too lightly.
2. лечить; to treat smb. for smth. with smth.,е.g. Who treated your child for scarlet fever? What medicine are you treated with?
3. угощать чем-n. (перен. доставлять удовольствие); to treat smb. to smth.,е.g. I'll treat you all to (= I'll buy you) some ice-cream. Wouldn't you like him to treat you ( = to pay for your ticket) to a ballet? I shall treat myself to a week-end holiday.
treatn 1.удовольствие, наслаждение, е.g. I've never had a treat like that! What a treat it is not to have to get up early! Every chance to listen to good music is a great treat to her.
treatment n 1. обращение (с кем-n.), е.g. Her treatment of the pupils is always kind and patient, (prep, "of")
2. лечение, е.g. Have you heard of a new treatment for pneumonia? (prep, "for")
4. afford υt (быть в состоянии) позволить себе (usu. with can, could, be able to)
smth.; е.g. Ican't afford time for movies.