immobilize

immobilize
фиксировать глагол:
фиксировать (fix, commit, fixate, immobilize, trace)
останавливать (stop, stay, halt, shut down, arrest, immobilize)
связывать (bind, associate, connect, bound, link, immobilize)
лишать подвижности (immobilize)
сковывать (fetter, shackle, chain, pin down, immobilize, interchain)
изымать из обращения (retire, call in, immobilize, demonetize)
накладывать шину (splint, immobilize)
накладывать лубок (immobilize)
делать неподвижным (immobilize)

Англо-русский синонимический словарь. 2014.

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  • immobilize — im·mo·bi·lize /i mō bə ˌlīz/ vt lized, liz·ing: to make immobile; specif: to turn (movable property) into immovable property (as by incorporating it into a building) im·mo·bi·li·za·tion /i ˌmō bə lə zā shən/ n Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law …   Law dictionary

  • immobilize — im‧mo‧bi‧lize [ɪˈməʊblaɪz ǁ ɪˈmoʊ ] also immobilise verb [transitive] 1. FINANCE if a company immobilizes its capital, it uses it to buy capital goods (= machinery and equipment that is used to make other goods) 2. if something immobilizes an… …   Financial and business terms

  • Immobilize — Im*mob i*lize, v. t. [Pref. im in + mobilize; cf. f. immobiliser.] To make immovable; in surgery, to make immovable (a naturally mobile part, as a joint) by the use of splints, or stiffened bandages. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • immobilize — (v.) 1843, from IMMOBILE (Cf. immobile) + IZE (Cf. ize). Cf. Fr. immobiliser (1835). Related: Immobilized; immobilizing …   Etymology dictionary

  • immobilize — (Amer.) im mo·bi·lize || ɪ məʊbɪlaɪz v. make immovable, fix in place, restrict movement; prevent mobilization; stymie; cause to be unable to move; (Finance) withdraw coins or bills from circulation; (Finance) convert assets into fixed… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • immobilize — (also immobilise) ► VERB 1) prevent from moving or operating as normal. 2) restrict the movements of (a limb or patient) to allow healing. DERIVATIVES immobilization noun immobilizer noun …   English terms dictionary

  • immobilize — [i mō′bə līz΄] vt. immobilized, immobilizing [Fr immobiliser] 1. to make immobile; prevent the movement of; keep in place 2. to prevent the movement of (a limb or joint) with splints or a cast immobilization n …   English World dictionary

  • immobilize — To render fixed or incapable of moving. [L. in neg. + mobilis, movable] * * * im·mo·bi·lize also Brit im·mo·bi·lise im ō bə .līz vt, ized also Brit ised; iz·ing also Brit is·ing to make immobile esp to fix (as a body part) so as to reduce or… …   Medical dictionary

  • immobilize — UK [ɪˈməʊbɪlaɪz] / US [ɪˈmoʊb(ə)lˌaɪz] verb [transitive] Word forms immobilize : present tense I/you/we/they immobilize he/she/it immobilizes present participle immobilizing past tense immobilized past participle immobilized 1) to stop something… …   English dictionary

  • immobilize — verb To render motionless; to stop moving or stop from moving. It is best to immobilize the injury until a doctor can examine it. See Also: immobilization, immobilizer …   Wiktionary

  • immobilize — im|mo|bi|lize also immobilise BrE [ıˈməubılaız US ıˈmou ] v [T] 1.) to prevent someone or something from moving ▪ The broken limb must be immobilized immediately. ▪ She was immobilized with a broken leg. 2.) to stop something from working ▪ The… …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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