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Translation of "apply" - English-Russian dictionary

apply

verb
 
 
/əˈplaɪ/
ASK [I] B1 to ask officially for something, often by writing
подавать заявление
I've applied for a job. He has applied to several companies.Making appeals and requests
AFFECT [I] B2 to affect or relate to a particular person or situation
применять(ся)
This law only applies to married people.Linking and relatingRegarding and concerning
USE [T] to use something in a particular situation
применять
The same method can be applied to other situations.Using and misusing
ON SURFACE [T] to spread a substance on a surface
накладывать (грим и т. д.)
Apply the cream daily until the symptoms disappear.Covering and adding layers
apply yourself to work hard
выкладываться
If he doesn't apply himself, he'll never pass his exams.Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
(Definition of apply from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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