Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом land

Фразеологизмы со словом land

fat of the land
live off the fat of the land
The best and richest food, clothes, everything.
When I'm rich I'll retire and live off the fat of the land.
jump on
jump all over
land on
land all over
To scold; criticize; blame.
Tom's boss jumped all over Tom because he made a careless mistake.
Janice landed on Robert for dressing carelessly for their date.
"I don't know why Bill is always jumping on me; I just don't understand him," said Bob.
land of nod
The little girl went off to the land of nod.
land of the living
Это шуточный способ порадоваться, что кто-то еще жив.
Hi there! It's good to see you're still in the land of the living!
Ну привет! Приятно видеть тебя живым и здоровым!
land on one's feet
land on both feet
To get yourself out of trouble without damage or injury and sometimes with a gain; be successful no matter what happens.
No matter what trouble he gets into, he always seems to land on his feet.
Mary lost her first job because she was always late to work, but she landed on her feet and soon had a better job.
After a series of personal and professional difficulties, it’s amazing that George has landed on his feet so quickly.
Some young adults get into so much trouble at school that they are never able to land on their feet again. They drop out before graduating.
land-office business
A great rush of business.
It was a hot day, and the drive-ins were doing a land-office business in ice cream and cold drinks.
landing ship
A ship built to land troops and army equipment on a beach for an invasion.
The landing ship came near the beach, doors in the bow opened, and marines ran out.
An overwhelming victory during a political election.
Ronald Reagan won the election of 1980 in a landslide.