In for a penny, in for a pound

Публикувано от Hramko в(ъв)/на нед., 07/12/2014 - 09:21

Идиоматични преводи на „In for a penny, in for a ...“

английски
life and limb
Обяснения:
иврит
אם כבר, אז כבר
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испански
De perdidos al río
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испански
Jugarse el todo por el todo
Обяснения:
испански #1, #2
казахски
Шешінген судан тайынбас
китайски
有始有終
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немски
Wenn schon, denn schon
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немски
Kopf und Kragen
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руски
Назвался груздем, полезай в кузов
френски
Quand le vin est tiré, il faut le boire
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Meanings of "In for a penny, in for a ..."

английски

If you participate even slightly in something, you are fully involved in the consequences.

обяснено от HramkoHramko на нед., 07/12/2014 - 09:21
Explained by HramkoHramko
английски

If you're going to take a risk at all, you might as well make it a big risk

обяснено от alcestalcest на нед., 21/08/2016 - 09:26
Explained by alcestalcest

„In for a penny, in ...“ в текстове на песни

Kendi - Oh oh

(x2)

In for a penny in for a pound,
Wheel of fortune is turning back around,

Mekado - We're Going to Throw a Party

So let's shake it, take it, make it all right
Again and again, on and on, 'cause today is today
In for a penny, in for a pound, it's going to be a long night

Arabesque - In for a penny, in for a pound

Be careful, boy,
I'm not your toy!
But if you play it right,
We'll have lots of joy.

Iztok Mlakar - Beast

Porcaputana1 what are people like,
They don't give a damn that you have principles
In for a penny, in for a pound
I don't care anymore, today the man has again turned into

  • 1. Italian swearword

Running Wild - Jenning's Revenge

During their escape they happened to spy
A gorgeous spanish merchant ship
'In for a penny, in for a pound'
They got them in their steely grip

Letzte Instanz - The latest craze*

You believe every lie, surround yourself with scammers
You take your interests from their false pusses1
And that has its price, in for a penny, in for a pound2
They demand the herd instinct, loyalty and obedience

  • 1. Slang for "face" or "mouth". "Mug" is an alternative.
  • 2. Or the other idiom "cling together, swing together"