Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом nose. Страница два

Фразеологизмы со словом nose. Страница два

keep smb's nose out of smb's business
Не лезть в чужое дело; не совать нос в чужие дела
Keep your nose out of my business.
Не лезь не в свое дело.
lead by the nose
To have full control of; make or persuade (someone) to do anything whatever.
Many people are easily influenced and a smart politician can lead them by the nose.
Don't let anyone lead you by the nose; use your own judgment and do the right thing.
look down one's nose at
To think of as worthless; feel scorn for.
The banker's wife has beautiful china cups, and she looked down her nose at the plastic cups that Mrs. Brown used.
Harry has never had to work, and he looks down his nose at people in business.
Jerry was the athlete who looked down his nose at the weak student.
nose about
nose around
To look for something kept private or secret; poke about; explore; inquire; pry.
In Grandmother's attic, Sally spent a while nosing about in the old family pictures.
The detective was nosing around in the crowd looking for pickpockets.
nose down
To head down; bring down the nose of.
The big airliner began to nose down for a landing.
The pilot nosed the plane down toward the runway.
nose in a book
Busy interest in reading. Used with a possessive.
Mother can't get Mary to help do the housework; she always has her nose in a book.
nose in
nose into
stick one's nose into
Prying or pestering interest in; unwelcome interest in; impolite curiosity.
He always had his nose in other people's business.
To move in close; move slowly in with the front first.
The ship nosed into the pier.
The car nosed into the curb.
nose out of
Curious attention; bothering. Usually used with a possessive and usually used with keep.
When Billy asked his sister where she was going she told him to keep his nose out of her business.