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Float One's BoatАнглийский-
In donkey's earsАнглийский-
Enough something to choke Caligula's horseАнглийский-
A non-denial denialАнглийский-
Feel the crunchАнглийский-
Have one's back against the wallАнглийский-
Lie lowАнглийский-
Can find it in one's heartАнглийский-
Get a taste for somethingАнглийский-
eine (neue/andere) Sau durchs Dorf treiben/ jagenНемецкий-
Be flat brokeАнглийский-
Not have a red centАнглийский-
Not have two pennies to rub togetherАнглийский-
Be in queer streetАнглийский-
Not have a penny to bless oneself withАнглийский-
Give them an inch and they'll take a mileАнглийский-
A nod and a winkАнглийский-
No more than ninepence in the shillingАнглийский-
A wise man of GothamАнглийский-
I've seen better heads on nickel beersАнглийский-
Can't see a hole in a ladderАнглийский-
Couldn't pour water out of a bootАнглийский-
Have nothing between one's earsАнглийский-
Not know enough to come in out of the rainАнглийский-
One brick shy of a loadАнглийский-
Go fight city hallАнглийский-
Culture vultureАнглийский-
1600 Pennsylvania AvenueАнглийский-
Eat high off the hogАнглийский-
Have red-carpet treatmentАнглийский-
Full of holesАнглийский-
Clamp down onАнглийский-
Be too hot to handleАнглийский-
Put teeth into somethingАнглийский-
Chuck one's weight aroundАнглийский-
Be on a power tripАнглийский-
Get up a full head of steamАнглийский-
Close ranks with someoneАнглийский-
Come to grips withАнглийский-
Ride a tigerАнглийский-
Use a sledgehammer to crack a nutАнглийский-
Put somebody in a holeАнглийский-
Bust a gutАнглийский-
Nickel-and-dime someone to deathАнглийский-
Be one of life's great mysteriesАнглийский-
Bring something to bearАнглийский-
Beggar beliefАнглийский-
Be thrown into the scale of somethingАнглийский-
Serve as the driving force behind someoneАнглийский-
Miss the cushionАнглийский-
Knock the hell out of somebodyАнглийский-
Beat someone’s brains outАнглийский-
A poison-pen letterАнглийский-
Zehir zemberekТурецкий-
Queer someone's own pitchАнглийский-
Give someone forty minutes of hellАнглийский-
Bring something crashing down around oneАнглийский-
Zehir etmekТурецкий-
Zar tutmakТурецкий-
Zaman kazanmakТурецкий-
Zaman kollamakТурецкий-
Hustle one's bustleАнглийский-
Cut someone to the boneАнглийский-
Have a light bulb go off in one's brainАнглийский-
Feed something to someoneАнглийский-
Play ducks and drakes withАнглийский-
Go nuclearАнглийский-
Poke mullock at someoneАнглийский-
Poke borak at someoneАнглийский-
Let the grass grow beneath one's feetАнглийский-
Be put out of sortsАнглийский-
Be put out of humourАнглийский-
Have a mind as sharp as a steel trapАнглийский-
Show the cloven hoofАнглийский-
Throw a hissy fitАнглийский-
Mad enough to spit nailsАнглийский-
Mad enough to chew nailsАнглийский-
Be mad enough to kick a catАнглийский-
Get hot under the collarАнглийский-
Have a face like thunderАнглийский-
Be like a cat on tin roofАнглийский-
Be like a cat on hot bricksАнглийский-
Look like thunderАнглийский-
Get snowedАнглийский-
Cost a King's ransomАнглийский-
Take somebody down a pegАнглийский-
Jump off the deep endАнглийский-
The elevator doesn't go all the way to the topАнглийский-
As sharp as a tackАнглийский-
Clever dickАнглийский-
A brain boxАнглийский-
Quick on the triggerАнглийский-
Quick on the uptakeАнглийский-
Fire-breatherАнглийский-
Crooked as a dog's hind legАнглийский-
Crooked as a barrel of fish hooksАнглийский-
Turn an honest pennyАнглийский-
Line one's own pocketsАнглийский-
Speak with forked tongueАнглийский-
Sell someone a bill of goodsАнглийский-

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