Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словами in one. Страница два

Фразеологизмы со словами in one. Страница два

bug in one's ear
put a bug in one's ear
put a flea in one's ear
A hint; secret information given to someone to make him act; idea.
I saw Mary at the jeweler's admiring the diamond pin; I'll put a bug in Henry's ear.
burn a hole in one's pocket
money burns a hole in one's pocket
To make you want to buy something; be likely to be quickly spent.
Money burns a hole in Linda's pocket.
The silver dollar that Don got for his birthday was burning a hole in his pocket, and Don hurried to a dime store.
butter wouldn't melt in one's mouth
look as if butter wouldn't melt in one's mouth
You act very polite and friendly but do not really care, you are very nice to people but are not sincere.
Волк в овечьей шкуре.
The new secretary was rude to the other workers, but when she talked to the boss, butter wouldn't melt in her mouth.
She looks like butter wouldn’t melt in her mouth, but she has broken so many hearts.
Она выглядит такой невинной, но разбила так много сердец.
butterflies in one's stomach
A queer feeling in the stomach caused by nervous fear or uncertainty; a feeling of fear or anxiety in the stomach.
Ощущение дискомфорта в организме из-за нервного напряжения, неопределенности, возбуждения или страха.
When Bob walked into the factory office to ask for a job, he had butterflies in his stomach.
My sister always has butterflies in her stomach before a test.
У моей сестры всегда мандраж перед тестом.
I have butterflies in my stomach every time I see her.
Я волнуюсь каждый раз, когда я вижу ее.
cash in one's chips
To die.
When the outlaw cashed in his chips, he was buried with his boots on.
He was shot through the body and knew he was going to cash in.
cut down to size
put one in one's place
To prove that someone is not as good as he thinks.
The big boy told John he could beat him, but John was a good boxer and soon cut him down to size.
die in one's boots
die with one's boots on
To be killed or hanged rather than die in bed.
To die while still active in one`s work or doing a job.
Умереть ведя активный образ жизни, а не в постели.
The badmen of the Old West usually died in their boots.
The robber said he wanted to die with his boots on.
He does not want to retire, he wants to die with his boots on.
Он не хочет выходить в отставку, он хочет умереть не прекращая работать.
My grandfather traveled a lot. He died with his boots on.
Мой дедушка много путешествовал. Он умер, ведя активную жизнь.
explain oneself
To make your meaning plainer; make your first statement clear.
When we didn't understand Fritz, he went on to explain himself.
To give a good reason for something you did or failed to do which seems wrong.
When Jack brought Mary home at three o'clock in the morning, her father asked him to explain himself.