Апресян Ю.Д. Англо-русский синонимический словарь
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Апресян Ю.Д.
Англо-русский синонимический словарь
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1Ч.ГЛ5Р.    PLEASE

И t‘ ti i! с м by smth.: to be pteased by llii> suggestion, to be gratified by praise, tn Ini delighted by smb.’s hospitality. to Иг fjiuiliioncd by llie possession of such ii Miiink:i[yl dog, lo be tickled by the jest Iили rejoice и regale это нехарактерна); 4) м p е д ,1 о ж u и м д о п о л ii e и И ■ и м til smth.: to be pleased /delighted, tlilili-il1 at the idea, to ieel rejoiced at I in' i.;i ii>d news (для gratify, gladden и ii'Utile yto нехарактерно); 5) п p e д - л ii #• ч ы м диво :i н e и и e и about •mlIi.: Id feel pleased about good results, In be delighted about Ann (для gratify, f»|nki\ gladden, tickle и regale это не- хпршперио).

|Г| 13ce синонимы сочетаются с назва нием факта в функции подлежа- Пичи, обозначающего непосредственную и р и чипу состояния; все синонимы, in исключением rejoice, сочетаются г наз- iiiiiiiii'M лица и той же функции.

Мег енношшы сочетаются с названием .1 и ц а, обозначающего субъект со- сичтин (примеры ем. Ш; все синонимы, tin {1 lease, gratify, delight н tickle iз мснь- uii'ii мере, сочетаются e иазпшшем о p -

i m ii и чувства {сердца, души) ti mii же функции: it rejoiced/gladdened/ bin heart to learn it сердце его наполни лись радостью, когда он уанал эго; the huy’s success regaled his mother's heart yi-iii’S мальчика переполнил радостью ггмш матери.

(ill Apart from Aunt Milly, whom at Imii's I hated. I liked those I came into muUct with; 1 liked pleasing them and v№tny( them pleased (C. P. Snow, ‘Tinte v) Hope'). Hubert’s resentment was nat- iiinI enough. If Hallorsen’s apology had bi'i'ii dictated by conviction, it would liitvi' soothed him; arising from a desire (m iilcase his sister, it was only the more «nlling; and he clearly abhorred the I'и‘lessor's fancy for her (J. Galsworthy, 7'W of the Chapter'). What pleased me aIxhlI Eagle Road was the clean paint- ■wmU ant) stonework, and the garage for omli house, the taste of prosperity as kimu'lh and nourishing as egg-nog (J. /(iiiiW!, ‘(?«in at the Top'). The doctor was In mid none loo pleased at interruption Ii Parker, 'Big Blonde'). For when Jwley is groomer) and clipped and wash- imI In: is as pleased wiih himself as is

* man with a good tailor or a woman iirwly patiriaed by a beauty parlor, all fit whom can believe they are like that rl»M through (J, Steinbeck. ‘Travels wiih Charley In Search of America'), Thu captain., was evidently so pleased by this eifc'il of memory the't he appeared to conduct several bars of one of the storm ier symphonies (J. B. Priestley, ‘An gel Pavement'). He was pleased to see the architect in such high spirits and left him to spend the afternoon with Irene, while he stele off to his pictures, after his Sunday habit (J. Gnhworfhy, ‘The Man of Properly'). 1 am very pleased you came yourself, Harran ({■'. Norria, 'The Octopus'), fl pleased Denny to exert the full force of his irony upon the work which Ihey were doing (A. J. Cronin, 'The Citadel'). If I suggested a way to you of pleasing the public and making money, you’d kick me out of the room (J. Gals worthy, 'Acme').

She gratified me by calling me Mr. Ashen den