resort


resort
rə'zo:t 1. verb
((with to) to begin to use, do etc as a way of solving a problem etc when other methods have failed: He couldn't persuade people to do what he wanted, so he resorted to threats of violence.) ty til, gå til det skrittet å
2. noun
(a place visited by many people (especially for holidays): Brighton is a popular (holiday) resort.) feriested, badested
I
subst. \/rɪˈzɔːt\/
1) utvei, tilflukt
2) tilstrømning, frekventering
it was a place of general resort
det var et godt besøkt sted \/ et samlingssted
3) tilhold, tilholdssted, skjulested
the house was a resort of thieves
huset var tilholdssted for tyver
4) feriested, tilholdssted, rekreasjonssted
they visited a health resort
de besøkte et kursted
have resort to ha tilgang til
in the last resort eller as a last resort som en siste utvei, i ytterste nødsfall til sjuende og sist, når alt kommer til alt
II
verb \/rɪˈzɔːt\/
bare i uttrykk
resort to ty til, gripe til, ta i bruk, bruke
the police had to resort to force to get the troublemaker into the car
politiet måtte ty til makt for å få urostifteren inn i bilen
frekventere, besøke regelmessig

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.

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