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 навалиться v | phrases
gener. put (on); work away (Sergei Aprelikov); bucket; gang up on somebody (Anglophile); на кого-л. close in on (scherfas); heap up (on); incline; overload (with); pile (on); come full (например, о воспоминаниях tess durbey); lean heavily on (kee46)
colloq. на еду dig in (Andrey Truhachev); attack; bring all weight to bear (on); drop; fall (upon); fall in large quantity; lean (on, upon); list; tear into; tilt; на к-л dog-pile on smb (Халеев); overwhelming (ART Vancouver); pitch into (If everyone pitches into the job we'll get it finished by noon — Если все дружно навалимся, то мы закончим эту работу к полудню VLZ_58)
figur. load (with)
Makarov. lean on; press on; press upon
navy. pull bard; set on (на судно, стенку и т.п.); fall foul (of)
 навались! v
gener. lay to!; pull away! (команда)
colloq. put a jerk in it! (Andrey Truhachev)
fish. lay on the oars! (dimock)
idiom. dig in (Yeldar Azanbayev)
jocul. turn to! (на еду и т.п.)
navy. stretch out!; pull bard!; pull bard
navy.,   Makarov. bear a hand! (команда)
 'Навались!' v
navy. bend to the oars!; lay out; lay out on the oars; pull hard!; up together!
 навались v
milit.,   eng. give way (команда); give way fore and aft (команда); lay to (команда)
  навалиться: 34 phrases in 8 subjects
Cliche2
Colloquial2
General subject15
Idiomatic expression1
Jargon2
Jocular1
Makarov6
Naval5