government

government
n
1) правительство
2) правление, управление государством, форма правления, руководство

to allow smb into the government — допускать кого-л. в правительство

to announce one's new government — объявлять состав своего правительства

to be designated the depositary governments — юр. назначаться в качестве правительств-депозитариев

to borrow from foreign governments — брать внешние займы

to bring down a government — добиваться падения / отставки правительства; свергать правительство

to bring smb into the new government — вводить кого-л. в состав правительства

to bypass the central government — действовать в обход центрального правительства

to choose an independent government — избирать независимое правительство

to close down the government (agencies) — прекращать деятельность (органов) правительства

to destabilize the government — дестабилизировать правительство

to destroy the government by force — насильственно уничтожать правительство

to dismiss / to dissolve a government — отправлять в отставку / распускать правительство

to enter a government — войти в правительство

to establish a government — создавать правительство

to finance local government — финансировать местное самоуправление

to force smb out of the government — заставлять кого-л. уйти из правительства

to force the government into an early general election — заставлять правительство провести досрочные всеобщие выборы

to form a government — формировать правительство

to head the government — возглавлять правительство

to install a government — создавать / ставить у власти правительство

to invite smb to form the government — предлагать кому-л. сформировать правительство

to join the government — войти в состав правительства

to lambaste the government — резко критиковать правительство

to lead a government — возглавлять правительство

to leave the government — выходить из состава правительства

to live under a democratic government — жить под властью демократического правительства

to operate a government — руководить работой правительства

to overthrow a government — свергать правительство

to pledge a government (to) — обязывать правительство (к чему-л.)

to plot to overthrow the government — участвовать в заговоре с целью свержения правительства

to put together a government — формировать правительство

to question the authority of the government — оспаривать власть правительства

to quit the government — выходить из состава правительства

to reconcile with the government — примиряться с правительством

to reorganize a government — реорганизовывать правительство

to represent a government — представлять правительство

to resign from the government — уходить в отставку (о члене правительства)

to resign one's government to smb — передавать руководство кому-л.

to run a government — руководить работой правительства

to seize a government — арестовать правительство

to select a government — подбирать членов правительства

to set up a government — создавать правительство

to shut down the government (agencies) — прекращать деятельность (органов) правительства

to speak in the name of the government — выступать от имени правительства

to subvert a government — свергать правительство

to sweep a government from power — смещать правительство в результате убедительной победы его противников на выборах

to take over the government — захватывать руководство страной

to topple the government — свергать правительство

to unseat a government — сместить правительство

to unveil a new government — объявлять состав вновь образованного правительства

to withdraw from the government — выходить из состава правительства

- all-party government
- anti-crisis government
- at the helm of the government
- authoritarian government
- biracial government
- bourgeois government
- broadly based government
- caretaker government
- center-right government
- central government
- centralized government
- civil government
- civilian government
- clean government
- coalition government
- collapse of a government
- communist government
- composition of the government
- Conservative Government
- constitutional government
- corrupt government
- crisis coalition government
- de facto government
- democratic government
- Democratic Government
- democratically elected government
- depositary government
- devolved government
- dictatorial government
- disaffection with the government
- dissolution of a government
- donor government
- elected government
- establishment of a fully independent government
- fate of the government stands to be decided
- federal government
- for the government of a country
- four-party government
- friendly government
- genocidal government
- government and opposition
- government by crony
- government has collapsed
- government has failed the people
- government has lost its credibility
- government in waiting
- government is using its immense power
- government led by ...
- government of a country
- government of a state
- government of national agreement
- government of national confidence
- government of national reconciliation
- government of national salvation
- government of national unity
- government of the day
- government recognized de facto
- government recognized de jure
- government survived a rebellion by Conservative MPs
- government will be for 3 months
- government within a government
- handpicked government
- head of government
- Her / His Majesty's Government
- host government
- ideological complexion of the government
- imperialist government
- in defiance of the government
- incoming government
- incompetent government
- independent government
- interim government
- inviolability of the government
- invisible government
- Labour Government
- left-bourgeois government
- left-wing government
- legitimate government
- less government
- liberal government
- local government
- majority government
- maladministration in the government
- military government
- military-backed government
- minority government
- moderate government
- more devolved government
- multiparty government
- municipal government
- national government
- national unity government
- neutral government
- newly-formed government
- on the orders of the government
- one party style of government
- opposing governments
- organs of government
- outgoing government
- overthrow of a government
- overthrown government
- parliamentary government
- post-war government
- power-sharing government
- prime minister's conduct of government
- protest to the government
- provincial government
- provisional government
- puppet government
- racist government
- reactionary government
- recipe for stable government
- refugee government
- republican government
- Republican Government
- reshuffle of the government
- restoration of a government
- rightist government
- right-wing government
- rupture of a coalition government
- scandal-tainted government
- self-declared government
- shadow government
- shape of the government
- shared government
- shutdown of the government agencies
- shutdown of the government
- single-party government
- smb's challenge for government
- smb's style of government
- socialist government
- sole legitimate government
- sovereign government
- Soviet government
- stable government
- stop-gap government
- strong government
- student government
- successor government
- system of government
- then government
- totalitarian government
- transition government
- transitional government
- tripartite coalition government
- tsarist government
- uncaring government
- under the government
- under the present government
- US-backed government
- weak government
- white minority government

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

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  • government — gov·ern·ment / gə vər mənt, vərn / n 1: the act or process of governing; specif: authoritative direction or control 2: the office, authority, or function of governing 3: the continuous exercise of authority over and the performance of functions… …   Law dictionary

  • government — [guv′ərn mənt, guv΄ərmənt] n. [OFr governement: see GOVERN & MENT] 1. a) the exercise of authority over a state, district, organization, institution, etc.; direction; control; rule; management b) the right, function, or power of governing 2 …   English World dictionary

  • Government — Gov ern*ment, n. [F. gouvernement. See {Govern}.] 1. The act of governing; the exercise of authority; the administration of laws; control; direction; regulation; as, civil, church, or family government. [1913 Webster] 2. The mode of governing;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • government — government, governance Note the n in the middle of government (based on the word govern with the noun suffix ment), and that it should be pronounced as well as written. Government is the workaday word for the system by which a state or community… …   Modern English usage

  • Government — athlete tax carry tax competitive compassion declinism democrazy dollarize endism fast food zoning …   New words

  • government — late 14c., act of governing or ruling; 1550s, system by which a thing is governed (especially a state), from O.Fr. governement (Mod.Fr. gouvernement), from governer (see GOVERN (Cf. govern)). Replaced M.E. governance. Meaning governing power in a …   Etymology dictionary

  • government — [n] management, administration authority, bureaucracy, command, control, direction, domination, dominion, empire, execution, executive, governance, guidance, influence, jurisdiction, law, ministry, patronage, political practice, politics, polity …   New thesaurus

  • government — ► NOUN 1) (treated as sing. or pl. ) the governing body of a state. 2) the system by which a state or community is governed. 3) the action or manner of governing a state, organization, or people. DERIVATIVES governmental adjective …   English terms dictionary

  • government — governmental /guv euhrn men tl, euhr men /, adj. governmentally, adv. /guv euhrn meuhnt, euhr meuhnt/, n. 1. the political direction and control exercised over the actions of the members, citizens, or inhabitants of communities, societies, and… …   Universalium

  • Government — For government in linguistics, see Government (linguistics). Part of the Politics series Basic forms of government …   Wikipedia

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