Verb: поднимать подниматься снимать отменять
Noun: лифт подъем подъемник поднятие
Adjective: подъемный


to lift a boycott - прекращать бойкот

to abolish / lift censorship - отменить цензуру, цензурный контроль

to lift off the cover - снимать крышку

to lift the curtain - приподнять завесу над чем-л.

to lift / raise one's eyes - поднимать глаза

not to move / stir / lift a finger - палец о палец не ударить

to lift / raise one's head - поднимать голову

to lift an airplane off ground - отрывать самолёт от земли

to lift / raise one's legs - поднять ноги

to take a lift - пользоваться лифтом.

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He gave me a lift home. - Он подбросил меня домой.

Someone lifted his wallet on the bus. - Кто-то стащил у него в автобусе кошелёк.

There was so much lift of sea. - Уровень моря очень сильно поднялся.

He would not lift a hand to help. - Он пальцем не пошевелит, чтобы помочь.

John gave me a lift home. - Джон подбросил меня домой.

Can you lift me in your wagon, Wally? (M. Russell) - Уолли, не мог бы ты подвезти меня на своей телеге?

The story lifted him to national recognition. - Благодаря этой истории он стал известен всей стране.

Want a lift? It's on my way. - Тебя подвезти? Это мне по пути. / Хочешь, подвезу? Мне по дороге.

The fog lifted. - Туман рассеялся.

Lift the box onto the table. - Поднимите коробку и поставьте на стол.

Do you want a lift into town? - Хочешь, подвезу тебя в город?

Lift your head up and pay attention. - Подними голову и слушай внимательно.

She lifted her hands to the sky. - Она подняла / воздела руки к небу.

We took the lift to the tenth floor. - Мы поехали на десятый этаж на лифте.

The floor is lifting slowly. - Пол потихоньку поднимается. (т.е. коробится, деформируется от влаги или давления)

Sam stopped to give me a lift. - Сэм остановился, чтобы подвезти меня.

He lifted his pen from the paper. - Он оторвал перо от бумаги.

Always lift with a straight back. - Всегда поднимайте тяжести с прямой спиной.

The proud lift of her neck was gone. - От её гордой осанки не осталось и следа.

I can't lift heavy weights because of my bad back. - Я не могу поднимать тяжести из-за больной спины.

The box was too heavy for me to lift. - Ящик был слишком тяжёлым, чтобы я мог его поднять.

He lifted a war whoop. - Он поднял боевой клич.

She was lifting potatoes. - Она копала картошку.

I thumbed a lift into town. - Я поймал машину в город.

Can you give me a hand to lift this? - Ты не мог бы мне помочь это поднять?

A liftboy or liftman operates a lift. - Лифтёр следит за работой лифта.

She lifted her head to gaze at him. - Она подняла голову, чтобы взглянуть на него.

They rode the lift up and skied down. - Они поднялись на подъёмнике и съехали вниз на лыжах.

He lifted the lid on the pot of soup. - Он поднял крышку над кастрюлей с супом.

I cadged a lift from Joanna. - Я упросил Джоанну меня подбросить.

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Связанные термины:

dead lift: a direct lifting without any mechanical assistance, as of a dead weight

drag lift: a lift which drags skiers up to the top of the slope

face-lift: a cosmetic surgical operation for tightening sagging skin and smoothing unwanted wrinkles on the face

gas lift: Gas lift is a method in which gas is injected into the production tubing (= tubes through which hydrocarbons flow to the surface) to allow liquids to enter the wellbore at a higher flow rate .

lift cage: the box of a lift, in the form of an open framework

lift off: When an aircraft or rocket lifts off, it leaves the ground and rises into the air .

lift pump: a pump that raises a fluid to a higher level. It usually consists of a piston and vertical cylinder with flap or ball valves in both piston and cylinder base

sea lift: an operation to move people, troops or goods by sea

ski lift: A ski lift is a machine for taking people to the top of a slope so that they can ski down it. It consists of a series of seats hanging down from a moving wire .

button lift: a kind of ski lift for one person consisting of a moving cable to which is attached a pole with a circular plate at the bottom, which a skier places between his or her legs to be carried up the hill

chair lift: A chair lift is a line of chairs that hang from a moving cable and carry people up and down a mountain or ski slope .

lift shaft: the long vertical space through which a lift travels

valve lift: The valve lift is the distance by which the valve is raised from its seated position when it is fully opened.

voice-lift: a cosmetic surgical operation on the vocal cords to make the voice sound younger

lift operator: a person who operates a lift, esp in large public or commercial buildings and hotels

lift spirits: Your spirits are your feelings at a particular time, especially feelings of happiness or unhappiness.

service lift: a lift which carries heavy goods in a place of business, as for example, plates in a restaurant

topping lift: a line or cable for raising the end of a boom that is away from the mast

artificial lift: Artificial lift is any method of increasing flow from a well .

cadge a lift: If you give someone a lift somewhere, you take them there in your car as a favour to them.

fireman's lift: a method of carrying a person, in which you put one shoulder into the person's midriff, lift them and carry them with their head arms and upper torso hanging down your back while you grip their legs with one hand ( leaving your other hand free to hold the ladder as you climb down)

hitch a lift: If you give someone a lift somewhere, you take them there in your car as a favour to them.

hydraulic lift: an elevator operated by fluid pressure, esp. one used for raising automobiles in service stations and garages

lift attendant: a person who operates a lift, esp in large public or commercial buildings and hotels

thumb a lift: If you give someone a lift somewhere, you take them there in your car as a favour to them.

air-lift pump: a pump that pumps liquid by injecting air into the lower end of an open pipe immersed in the liquid: often used in boreholes

fork-lift truck: a vehicle having two power-operated horizontal prongs that can be raised and lowered for loading, transporting, and unloading goods, esp goods that are stacked on wooden pallets

lift the dividend: A dividend is the part of a company's profits which is paid to people who have shares in the company.

not lift a hand: to do nothing; not even try

straight arm lift: a wrestling attack, in which a wrestler twists the opponent's arm against the joint and lifts him or her by it, often using the shoulder as a fulcrum

stairlift: A stairlift is a device that is fitted to a staircase in a house in order to allow an elderly or sick person to go upstairs.

not lift a finger: to not do something or not help someone at all

lift the curtain on: to begin

lift up one's voice: to speak out loudly

to raise the roof lift the roof: If a group of people inside a building raise the roof, they make a very loud noise, for example by singing or shouting .

raise an eyebrow: If something causes you to raise an eyebrow or to raise your eyebrows, it causes you to feel surprised or disapproving .

liftoff: the initial movement or ascent of a rocket from its launch pad

to lift a finger to raise a finger: If you say that a person does not lift a finger or raise a finger to do something, especially to help someone, you are critical of them because they do nothing.

lift oneself by the (or one's own) bootstraps: to achieve success by one's own unaided efforts

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Однокоренные слова:

lift off - отрываться от земли, стартовать

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