all in a day's work
all in the day's work
Unpleasant or bad but to be expected; not harder than usual; not unusual.
Что-то неприятное, но чего можно было ожидать или от чего можно легко избавиться.
Keeping ants away from a picnic lunch is all in the day's work.
When the car had a flat tire, Father said that it was all in a day's work.
Oh, don’t worry, it was all in a day’s work.
О, не переживай, это был пустяк, не проблема.
all in all
When everything is thought about; in summary; altogether.
All in all, it was a pleasant day's cruise.
All in all, the pilot of an air-plane must have many abilities and years of experience before he can he appointed.
Counting the balls on the green, we have six golf balls in all.
There were a few problems, but all in all it was a well-organized seminar.
Leonard got a low grade in one subject, but all in all he’s a good student.
The person or thing that you love most.
She was all in all to him.
Music was his all in all.
all in good time
Some time soon, when the time is ripe for an event to take place.
"I want to get married, Dad," Mike said. "All in good time, Son," answered his father.
all in one piece
Safely; without damage or harm.
John's father was terribly concerned when his son was sent to war as a pilot, but he came home all in one piece.
all in one's head
Your fear is all in your head.
Твой страх всего лишь тобою придуман.
Very tired; exhausted.
Очень уставший; измотанный.
The players were all in after their first afternoon of practice.
After this work I am all in.
После этой работы я совершенно измотан.
call in question
call into question
call in doubt
To say (something) may be a mistake; express doubt about; question.
Bill called in question Ed's remark that basketball is safer than football.
fall in for
To receive; get.
The boy fell in for some sympathy when he broke his leg.
The team manager fell in for most of the blame when his team lost the playoffs.