affair

n
дело; предприятие

to administer one's affairs — вести свои дела

to advise on foreign affairs — быть советником по внешнеполитическим вопросам

to arrange one's affairs — устраивать свои дела

to be cut off from the main current of international affairs — быть отрезанным от основных международных событий

to color the real state of affairs — приукрашивать реальное / подлинное положение вещей / дел

to conduct affairs — вести дела

to cover up an affair — замалчивать дело

to dedicate oneself to one's own affairs — заниматься своими собственными делами

to direct national affairs — управлять государственными делами / делами страны

to elevate an affair into high politics — раздувать какое-л. дело до уровня высокой политики

to get oneself into a muddle over an affair — запутываться в каком-л. деле

to handle the affair ineptly — неумело вести дело

to have more control over one's own affairs — иметь больше возможностей решать свои дела

to hush up an affair — замять дело

to interfere in the affairs of a country — вмешиваться в дела страны

to intervene directly in government affairs — прямо вмешиваться в дела правительства

to investigate an affair — расследовать дело

to involve oneself in a country's internal affairs — ввязываться во внутренние дела какой-л. страны

to keep smb out of social affairs — отстранять кого-л. от участия в общественной жизни

to look into an affair — расследовать дело

to lose one's grip on a country's affairs — утрачивать контроль над государственными делами

to major in international affairs — специализироваться в области международных отношений

to manage the affairs of state — управлять государственными делами

to meddle in a country's internal affairs — вмешиваться во внутренние дела страны

to monitor South African affairs from London — следить за обстановкой в Южной Африке из Лондона

to play down an affair — стараться преуменьшить значение какого-л. дела

to promote affairs from abroad — способствовать извне развитию событий

to resolve an affair — решать какое-л. дело

to run the country's affairs — заниматься государственными делами

to settle one's affairs — устраивать свои дела

to shirk one's role in world affairs — уклоняться от выполнения своей роли в международных делах

to smother an affair — замять дело

to stay out of corporation's financial affairs — не вмешиваться в финансовую деятельность корпорации

to stop intervening in smb's internal affairs — прекращать вмешательство в чьи-л. внутренние дела

to straighten out one's affairs — приводить в порядок свои дела

to wash one's hands of an affair — снимать с себя всякую ответственность за какое-л. дело

to wrap up an affair — завершать / заканчивать какое-л. дело

- ad hoc affair
- affair of honor
- bilateral affairs
- bugging affair
- business affair
- cash-for-questions affair
- civil affairs
- community affairs
- conduct of affairs
- consular affairs
- cultural affairs
- current affairs
- day-to-day affairs
- disarmament affairs
- domestic affairs
- electoral affairs
- encroachment in country's domestic affairs
- external affairs
- foreign affair
- foreign affairs
- home affairs
- incursion into country's domestic affairs
- interference in smb's internal affairs
- internal affairs
- international affairs
- legal affairs
- little tested in foreign affairs
- management of public and state affairs
- Mid-East affairs
- military affairs
- national affairs
- political affairs
- present posture of affairs
- put-up affair
- ramification of an affair
- return to normality in world affairs
- state affairs
- turnabout in the affairs of a region
- veterans affairs
- Watergate affair
- world affairs

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

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