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Глоссарий разговорных идиом в английском языке

to deteriorate completely
    to associate with evil companions;
    to associate with evil companions
      to deteriorate completely; to go to the bad;
      to go to the bad
        to associate with evil companions; to become of depraved character; to be ruined;
        (to be) on its last legs
          (to be) a hopeless state of decay
        about to die; almost exhausted;
        about to die
          (to be) on its last legs; almost exhausted;
          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;
          approach a subject in a roundabout a
            to beat about the bush; to talk round a subject;
            to be on the job
              To be at work
            especially working well; to be working;
            especially working well
              to be on the job; to be working;
              to put one`s foot down
                To be firm
              firmly and without qualifications; to insist;
              firmly and without qualifications
                to put one`s foot down; to insist;
                (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;
                it catches one`s eye
                  it leaps to the eye(s); it stands out;
                  to become of depraved character
                    to go to the bad; to be ruined;
                    to burst out suddenly into anger
                      to fly off the handle; to fly out; to lose one`s temper;
                      to keep a tight rein on
                        To be firm with
                      to control very carefully; to allow little freedom to;
                      to control very carefully
                        to keep a tight rein on; to allow little freedom to;
                        to go to the wall
                          To fail
                        to get the worst of it (; to succumb to superior force;
                        to get the worst of it (
                          to go to the wall; to succumb to superior force;
                          to get on (very well)
                            To progress with one`s profession or business
                          to prosper; to make a success of things;
                          to prosper
                            to get on (very well); to make a success of things;
                            to answer (a person) back
                              To give a rude answer
                            to reply impudently; to be impolite;
                            to reply impudently
                              to answer (a person) back; to be impolite;
                              almost exhausted
                                (to be) on its last legs; about to die;
                                to talk round a subject
                                  to beat about the bush; approach a subject in a roundabout a;
                                  to be working
                                    to be on the job; especially working well;
                                    to insist
                                      to put one`s foot down; firmly and without qualifications;
                                      worn out or beyond further use
                                        (to be) done for; injured, etc.;
                                        it stands out
                                          it leaps to the eye(s); it catches one`s eye;
                                          to be ruined
                                            to go to the bad; to become of depraved character;
                                            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 allow little freedom to
                                              to keep a tight rein on; to control very carefully;
                                              to succumb to superior force
                                                to go to the wall; to get the worst of it (;
                                                to make a success of things
                                                  to get on (very well); to prosper; to make good;
                                                  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 be) on the go
                                                      (to be) at work or doing something active
                                                    (to be) in a hole
                                                      (to be) faced with what appears to be a disastrous difficulty, an insurmountable trouble
                                                    (to be) in a jam
                                                      (to be) in a difficulty or in an awkward
                                                    (to be) in the soup (cart)
                                                      (to be) in disastrously serious trouble
                                                    (to be) in a mess
                                                      (to be) in trouble
                                                    (to be) as plain as the nose on one`s face
                                                      (to be) perfectly obvious
                                                    (to do something) off one`s own bat
                                                      (to do it) on one`s own initiative, and the action is usually regarded fa
                                                    (to have something) on ones hand(s)
                                                      (to have it) resting on one as a responsibility, under one`s charge
                                                    (to have) other fish to fry
                                                      (to have) other business to do (and therefore be busy)