действие, ход, воздействие; действие механизма

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1. действие; работа; операция
2. воздействие, влияние

to come out of action — выйти из строя, потерять работоспособность

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1) действие; работа; операция; срабатывание (устройства)
2) воздействие, влияние; эффект

to come out of action — выходить из строя, терять работоспособность

- bacteria action
- bridging action
- capillary action
- cementing action
- chattering action of bit
- chipping action
- chipping crushing action
- corrective action
- corrosive action
- crowding action
- crushing action
- cutting action
- disagglutinating action
- emergency actions
- explosive action
- filtering action
- gouging action
- gouging-scrapping action
- high-explosive action
- homing action of pipeline
- impact action
- jarring action
- jet action
- jetting action
- kneading action
- mudding action
- percussion action
- percussive action
- plastering action
- precipitating action
- propping action
- reliability-oriented action
- remedial action
- repair action
- scouring action
- scraping-cutting action
- scraping-twisting action
- shaped-charge explosive action
- shattering action
- shearing action
- shock action
- solution action
- solvent action
- spudding action
- swabbing action
- twisting action
- twisting-tearing action
- washing action
- waveguide action
- wedging action
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решение законодательного органа

Англо-русский словарь нефтегазовой промышленности. 2011.

Смотреть что такое "action" в других словарях:

  • action — ac·tion n [Latin actio legal proceeding, from agere to do, carry out, initiate legal proceedings] 1 a: a judicial proceeding for the enforcement or protection of a right, the redress or prevention of a wrong, or the punishment of a public offense …   Law dictionary

  • action — ACTION. sub. f. L opération d un agent. L action du feu sur le bois. L action du Soleil sur les plantes. L action de l esprit. Le feu, par la violence de son action, vitrifie les métaux. Une action vive, soudaine, momentanée.Action, se dit aussi… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • Action — may refer to:Music and culture* Action (philosophy), something a person can do * Action (music), a characteristic of a stringed instrument * Action (album), a 2004 album by Punchline * Action (B z album), a 2007 album by B z * Action (piano), the …   Wikipedia

  • Action 52 — North American NES cover art. Developer(s) …   Wikipedia

  • action — Action. s. f. Maniere dont une cause agit, & par laquelle elle produit son effet. L action du feu reduit le bois en cendres. Action, signifie aussi, Acte, fait, oeuvre. Bonne action. belle action. mauvaise action. vilaine action. action bien… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Action! — was a programming language and integrated editor, debugger, and 6502 code generating compiler, editor for the Atari 8 bit family of microcomputers. Action! was created by Clinton Parker and released on cartridge by Optimized Systems Software in… …   Wikipedia

  • Action — Ac tion, n. [OF. action, L. actio, fr. agere to do. See {Act}.] 1. A process or condition of acting or moving, as opposed to rest; the doing of something; exertion of power or force, as when one body acts on another; the effect of power exerted… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • action — et besongne, Pragma, Actio. Action et droit de poursuyvre en justice ce qui nous est deu, Actio. Action de grace, Gratulatio, Gratiarum actio. Action personnelle, Condictio, Actio in personam. Action réelle, Actio in rem. Action petitoire,… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Action 52-in-1 — Action 52 Action 52 Éditeur Active Enterprises Développeur FarSight Studios (MD) Active Enterprises …   Wikipédia en Français

  • action — 1 Action, act, deed agree in designating something done or effected. Action refers primarily to the process of acting; act and deed to the result, the thing done. An action is usually regarded as occupying some time and involving more than one… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • action — [ak′shən] n. [ME accion < OFr action < L actio < pp. of agere: see ACT1] 1. the doing of something; state of being in motion or of working 2. an act or thing done 3. [pl.] behavior; habitual conduct 4. habitual activity characterized by… …   English World dictionary

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