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Translation of "file" - English-Russian dictionary

file

verb     /faɪl/
PAPER [T] ( also file away)
to put documents into an ordered system of boxes or files where you can easily find them again подшивать (документы) в определенном порядке She filed all her tax returns under T.Office practicesClassifying and creating order
LAW [T] ( also file for)
to officially state that you are going to take someone to court подавать заявление в суд, возбуждать судебное дело The police filed charges against the suspect. His wife's filing for divorce.Taking legal action
RUB [T]
to rub something with a rough tool in order to make it smooth подпиливать, шлифовать ToolsGardening toolsCarpentry and joinery
file along/into/through, etc
to walk somewhere in a line, one behind the other идти гуськом/друг за другом The audience slowly filed back to their seats.Things collected in lines or rings
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