Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом home. Страница два

Фразеологизмы со словом home. Страница два

home brew
A beer or other malt liquor made at home, not in a brewery.
Home brew reached its greatest popularity in America during national prohibition.
home on
home in on
To move toward a certain place by following a signal or marker.
The airplane homed in on the radio beacon.
The ship homed on the lights of New York harbor.
home plate
The base in baseball where the batter stands and that a runner must touch to score.
The runner slid across home plate ahead of the tag to score a run.
home run
A hit in baseball that allows the batter to run around all the bases and score a run.
Frank hit a home run over the left field wall in the second inning.
home truths
Не очень приятные вещи, которые вы сообщаете людям о них самих, особенно которые им трудно принять.
David needs to be told a few home truths, whether he likes it or not!
Кому-то следует сказать Дэвиду правду, понравится ему это или нет!
keep the home fires burning
To keep things going as usual while someone is away; wait at home to welcome someone back.
Присматривать за домом пока кто-то в отъезде; ждать дома чтобы поприветствовать возвратившегося человека.
While John was in the army, Mary kept the home fires burning.
Please, don't worry. I will stay home and keep the home fires burning while you are on holiday.
Пожалуйста, не беспокойся, я останусь дома и буду присматривать за хозяйством, пока ты в отпуске.
make one feel at home
To be hospitable; welcome; make someone feel at ease.
They are very popular hosts because they always manage to make their guests feel at home.
make oneself at home
To feel comfortable; act as if you were in your own home.
If you get to my house before I do, help yourself to a drink and make yourself at home.
John was an outdoor man and could make himself at home in the woods at night.