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Глоссарий разговорных идиом в английском языке

to make a success of things

    to get on (very well); to prosper; to make good;
    to succumb to superior force

      to go to the wall; to get the worst of it (;
      to allow little freedom to

        to keep a tight rein on; to control very carefully;
        to lose one`s temper
          To lose one`s self-control

        to fly off the handle; to fly out; to burst out suddenly into anger; to get angry;
        to be ruined

          to go to the bad; to become of depraved character;
          it stands out

            it leaps to the eye(s); it catches one`s eye;
            worn out or beyond further use

              (to be) done for; injured, etc.;
              to insist

                to put one`s foot down; firmly and without qualifications;
                to be working

                  to be on the job; especially working well;
                  to talk round a subject

                    to beat about the bush; approach a subject in a roundabout a;
                    to be impolite

                      to answer (a person) back; to reply impudently;
                      helter-skelter
                        (in) disorderly haste (used of a precipitate action, often in making a hasty retreat)

                      (it`s) a feather in one`s cap
                        (it`s) an event to justify

                      (to have) other fish to fry
                        (to have) other business to do (and therefore be busy)

                      (to have something) on ones hand(s)
                        (to have it) resting on one as a responsibility, under one`s charge

                      (to do something) off one`s own bat
                        (to do it) on one`s own initiative, and the action is usually regarded fa

                      (to be) as plain as the nose on one`s face
                        (to be) perfectly obvious

                      (to be) in a mess
                        (to be) in trouble

                      (to be) in the soup (cart)
                        (to be) in disastrously serious trouble

                      (to be) in a jam
                        (to be) in a difficulty or in an awkward

                      (to be) in a hole
                        (to be) faced with what appears to be a disastrous difficulty, an insurmountable trouble

                      (to be) on the go
                        (to be) at work or doing something active

                      almost exhausted

                        (to be) on its last legs; about to die;
                        to reply impudently

                          to answer (a person) back; to be impolite;
                          to answer (a person) back
                            To give a rude answer

                          to reply impudently; to be impolite;
                          firmly and without qualifications

                            to put one`s foot down; to insist;
                            to put one`s foot down
                              To be firm

                            firmly and without qualifications; to insist;
                            especially working well

                              to be on the job; to be working;
                              to be on the job
                                To be at work

                              especially working well; to be working;
                              approach a subject in a roundabout a

                                to beat about the bush; to talk round a subject;
                                to beat about the bush
                                  To talk about everything except the most important point

                                approach a subject in a roundabout a; to talk round a subject;
                                about to die

                                  (to be) on its last legs; almost exhausted;
                                  (to be) on its last legs
                                    (to be) a hopeless state of decay

                                  about to die; almost exhausted;
                                  to go to the bad

                                    to associate with evil companions; to become of depraved character; to be ruined;
                                    to associate with evil companions

                                      to deteriorate completely; to go to the bad;
                                      (to be) done for
                                        (to be) ruined

                                      injured, etc.; worn out or beyond further use;
                                      it leaps to the eye(s)
                                        It is extremely conspicuous

                                      it catches one`s eye; it stands out;
                                      to prosper

                                        to get on (very well); to make a success of things;
                                        to get on (very well)
                                          To progress with one`s profession or business

                                        to prosper; to make a success of things;
                                        to get the worst of it (

                                          to go to the wall; to succumb to superior force;
                                          to go to the wall
                                            To fail

                                          to get the worst of it (; to succumb to superior force;
                                          to control very carefully

                                            to keep a tight rein on; to allow little freedom to;
                                            to keep a tight rein on
                                              To be firm with

                                            to control very carefully; to allow little freedom to;
                                            to burst out suddenly into anger

                                              to fly off the handle; to fly out; to lose one`s temper;
                                              to become of depraved character

                                                to go to the bad; to be ruined;
                                                it catches one`s eye

                                                  it leaps to the eye(s); it stands out;