to rid sb. of sth.

to rid sb. of sth.
освобождавам нкг. от нщ.

verb


English-Bulgarian small dictionary. 2014.

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  • rid — rid1 S1 [rıd] adj 1.) get rid of sb/sth a) to throw away or destroy something you do not want any more ▪ It s time we got rid of all these old toys. ▪ Governments should be encouraged to get rid of all nuclear weapons. b) to take action so that… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • rid — 1 adjective 1 get rid of a) to throw away something you do not want or use any more: It s time we got rid of all these old toys. b) to take action so that you no longer have something unpleasant that you do not want: I can t get rid of this cough …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • rid somebody of somebody — ˈrid sb/sth of sb/sth derived (formal) to remove sth that is causing a problem from a place, group, etc • Further measures will be taken to rid our streets of crime. Main entry: ↑ridderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • rid something of somebody — ˈrid sb/sth of sb/sth derived (formal) to remove sth that is causing a problem from a place, group, etc • Further measures will be taken to rid our streets of crime. Main entry: ↑ridderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • rid somebody of something — ˈrid sb/sth of sb/sth derived (formal) to remove sth that is causing a problem from a place, group, etc • Further measures will be taken to rid our streets of crime. Main entry: ↑ridderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • rid something of something — ˈrid sb/sth of sb/sth derived (formal) to remove sth that is causing a problem from a place, group, etc • Further measures will be taken to rid our streets of crime. Main entry: ↑ridderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • rid yourself of somebody — ˈrid yourself of sb/sth derived (formal) to make yourself free from sb/sth that is annoying you or causing you a problem • to rid yourself of guilt • He wanted to rid himself of the burden of the secret. Main entry: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • rid yourself of something — ˈrid yourself of sb/sth derived (formal) to make yourself free from sb/sth that is annoying you or causing you a problem • to rid yourself of guilt • He wanted to rid himself of the burden of the secret. Main entry: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • rid*/*/ — [rɪd] adj I be rid of to be no longer affected by someone or something that is annoying, unpleasant, or not wanted[/ex] Just give him the money and you can be rid of him.[/ex] get rid of 1) to throw away, give away, or sell something that you no… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • ˈrid sb/sth of sb/sth — phrasal verb to stop a person or thing being affected by something that is annoying, unpleasant, or harmful, by removing it a movement to rid the world of nuclear weapons[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • get rid of somebody — get ˈrid of sb/sth idiom to make yourself free of sb/sth that is annoying you or that you do not want; to throw sth away • Try and get rid of your visitors before I get there. • The problem is getting rid of nuclear waste. • I can t get rid of… …   Useful english dictionary

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