Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом roof

Словосочетания со словом roof

So constructed that not even a fool can spoil it; easy.
This entrance examination is so easy that it is actually foolproof.
go through the roof
Быть разозленным.
His father went through the roof when Paul damaged his new car.
Отец Пола рвал и метал, когда то повредил его машину.
hit the ceiling
hit the roof
To become violently angry; go into a rage.
When Elaine came home at three in the morning, her father hit the ceiling.
Bob hit the roof when Joe teased him.
proof of the pudding is in the eating
Only through actual experience can the value of something be tested. A proverb.
Только через реальный опыт можно проверить ценность чего-либо. Пословица.
He was intrigued by the ads about the new high mileage sports cars. "Drive one, sir," the salesman said. "The proof of the pudding is in the eating."
I'm going to try out my new DVD player. The proof of the pudding is in the eating as we all know!
Я собираюсь проверить свой новый DVD проигрыватель. Обо всем судят по результатам!
Resistant to rain; something that will not soak in water; referring to a material that repels water.
"I don't need an umbrella," she said, "as my coat is rainproof."
raise the roof
To make a lot of noise; be happy and noisy.
The gang raised the roof with their singing.
To scold loudly.
Mother raised the roof when she saw the dog's muddy footprints on her new bedspread.
Free from rusting or corrosion; permeated with anti-rust chemical agents.
My new watch is rustproof and waterproof and I can wear it while swimming or taking a shower.
shout from the housetops
shout from the rooftops
To tell everyone; broadcast, especially one's own personal business.
Mr. Clark was so happy when his son was born that he shouted the news from the housetops.
When Mary bleached her hair, her neighbors shouted it from the housetops.