put out of commission

put out of commission
выводить из строя; переводить в резерв (о корабле)
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1) выводить из строя; 2) выведенный из строя

English-Russian military dictionary. 2014.

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  • put out of commission — take out of use, remove from use …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • out of commission — {adj. phr.} 1. Retired from active military service; no longer on active duty. * /When the war was over, many warships were placed out of commission./ Contrast: IN COMMISSION(1). 2. Not in use or not working; so that it cannot work or be used. *… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out of commission — ► broken or not available to be used: put sth/take sth out of commission »In Port Arthur, three major refineries were taken out of commission by power failures. → See also DECOMMISSION(Cf. ↑decommission), EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY… …   Financial and business terms

  • Put Out More Flags — the sixth novel by Evelyn Waugh, was first published by Chapman and Hall in 1942. The novel is set during the first year of the Second World War, and follows the wartime activities of characters introduced in Waugh s earlier satirical novels Dec …   Wikipedia

  • out\ of\ commission — adj. phr. 1. Retired from active military service; no longer on active duty. When the war was over, many warships were placed out of commission. Contrast: in commission(1) 2. Not in use or not working; so that it cannot work or be used. The… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • out of commission — 1. broken or not working. The explosion put the engine out of commission. 2. not able to do the usual things. After her knee surgery, she was out of commission for about eight weeks. Usage notes: used to refer to a person who is ill or injured …   New idioms dictionary

  • out of commission — adjective Not operational or not functioning properly. One pair of handcuffs will put both hands out of commission. Syn: broken, out of order, out of service …   Wiktionary

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