Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом good

Фразеологизмы со словом good

God knows
goodness knows
heaven knows
heaven only knows
Lord knows
Maybe God knows but I don't know and no one else knows. Often used with only.
Do you know where Susan is? God only knows!
Surely; certainly.
Goodness knows, the poor man needs the money.
Heaven only knows, I have tried hard enough.
all good things must come to an end
Все хорошее когда-нибудь заканчивается.
All good things must come to an end and we soon had to return home from our holiday.
Все хорошее когда-нибудь заканчивается и нам вскоре пришлось вернуться домой из отпуска.
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.
as good as gold
Очень послушный и воспитанный.
Your children are always as good as gold when I look after them.
Ваши дети всегда такие паиньки, когда я за ними присматриваю.
His son is as good as gold!
У него не сын, а золото!
as good as one's word
as good as one's promise
Trustworthy; sure to keep your promise.
Заслуживающий доверия, надёжный.
The coach said he would give the players a day off if they won, and he was as good as his word.
We knew she was always good as her word, so we trusted her.
My friend is as good as his word. You can always trust him.
Мой друг хозяин своего слова. Ты всегда можешь ему доверять.
as good as
Nearly the same as; almost. Often used without the first as before adjectives.
She claimed that he as good as promised to marry her.
He as good as called me a liar.
We'll get to school on time, we're as good as there now.
The man who had been shot was as good as dead.
When the car was repaired, it looked good as new.
be a good hand at
To be talented, gifted, or skilled in some activity.
Florian is a good hand at both gardening and building.
be up to no good
up to no good
To be plotting and conniving to commit some illegal act or crime.
"Let's hurry!" Susan said to her husband. "It's dark here and those hoodlums obviously are up to no good."
Intending to do something bad; perpetrating an illicit act.
We could tell from the look on Dennis the Menace's face that he was once again up to no good.