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Translation of "control" - English-Russian dictionary

control

noun     /kənˈtrəʊl/
POWER [U] B2 the power to make a person, organization, or object do what you want контроль, управление The new teacher has no control over the class. The police are in control of the situation. He lost control of the vehicle.Power to control
RULE [U] the power to rule or govern an area контроль, власть Soldiers took control of the airport.Ruling and governing
under control B2 being dealt with successfully под контролем Don't worry - everything's under control. I couldn't keep my drinking under control.Controlling and being in charge
out of control B2 If something or someone is out of control, you cannot influence, limit, or direct them. неконтролируемый Uncontrolled
RULE [C, U] B2 a rule or law that limits something регулирование, ограничение The government has introduced tighter immigration controls.Limiting and restrictingPreventing and impeding
CALM [U] the ability to be calm самообладание It took a lot of control to stop myself hitting him.Calm and relaxed
EQUIPMENT [C] B2 a switch or piece of equipment that you use to operate a machine or vehicle управление (ручки настройки, рычаги и т. д.) Where's the volume control on your stereo?Electrical switches and connections
OFFICIAL PLACE [C, U] B2 a place where something official, usually a document, is checked контрольный пункт passport/immigration control Buildings in generalShops, markets and auctionsRestaurants and cafes
IN EXPERIMENT a person or thing that is used to compare with someone or something that is having an experiment done on them контрольный пациент →  See also birth control , remote control , self-control Testing, checking and experimenting
(Definition of control noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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