part company

part company
1) (with smb.) разлучиться, расстаться (с кем-л.); прервать знакомство, порвать отношения (с кем-л.)

He had been his college friend, and always his close companion; in the first shock of his grief he had come to console and comfort him; and from that time they had never parted company. (Ch. Dickens, ‘The Old Curiosity Shop’, ch. LII) — Они дружили долгие годы, еще со школьной скамьи, и, когда священника постигло горе, этот старичок сразу же приехал успокоить, утешить его и с тех пор не разлучался с ним.

Frank : "We parted company two years ago" (J. O'Hara, ‘The Champagne Pool’, act I, sc. 1) — Фрэнк: "Мы с женой расстались два года тому назад"

2) разойтись во взглядах

He and I parted company over the question of Britain's entry into Europe. (ODCIE) — Мы с ним смотрим по-разному на вступление Англии в Европейское экономическое сообщество.

3) шутл. оторваться (напр., о пуговице)

It looks as if this button of yours is going to part company. — Ваша пуговица, похоже, вот-вот оторвется.


Большой англо-русский фразеологический словарь. - М.: «Русский язык-Медиа».. 2006.

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