Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом part

Фразеологизмы со словом part

a surprise party
Гости, нагрянувшие неожиданно и принесшие с собой еду.
I didn’t expect they would make a surprise party on Monday.
Я не ожидала, что гости нагрянут неожиданно.
apart from
aside from
Beside or besides; in addition to.
The children hardly see anyone, apart from their parents.
Aside from being fun and good exercise, swimming is a very useful skill.
come apart at the seams
To become upset to the point where one loses self-control and composure as if having suffered a sudden nervous breakdown.
After his divorce Joe seemed to be coming apart at the seams.
coming out party
A debutante party in which a young girl is formally introduced to society.
Coming out parties used to be more popular in the early twentieth century than nowadays, primarily because they cost a lot of money.
crash a party
Дословно: разрушить вечеринку.
Явиться без приглашения, нагрянуть.
Last night some strangers crashed our party.
Прошлой ночью несколько незнакомцев нагрянули на нашу вечеринку без приглашения.
discretion is the better part of valor
When you are in danger or trouble, good sense helps more than foolish risks; it is better to be careful than to be foolishly brave. A proverb.
When you are facing a man with a knife, discretion is the better part of valor.
do one's bit
do one's part
To shoulder one's share of responsibility in a communal undertaking; shirk one's obligation.
"Let me go home and rest, fellows, " John said. "I think I've done my bit for this project."
fool and his money are soon parted
A foolish person soon wastes his money. A proverb.
Глупцы быстро расстаются с деньгами.
Jimmy spends all his pennies for candy. A fool and his money are soon parted.
Джимми тратит все свои деньги на сладости. У дурака деньги долго не задерживаются.