Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом some

Словосочетания со словом some

and then some
And a lot more; and more too.
It would cost all the money he had and then some.
Talking his way out of this trouble was going to take all his wits and then some.
at the hands of someone
at the hands of something
дословно: В руках у кого-либо или чего-либо
Зависеть от кого-либо или чего-либо.
We were at the hands of nature as we waited for the storm to end.
Мы были в руках у природы, пока ждали окончания грозы.
bad mouth (someone)
To say uncomplimentary or libelous things about someone; deliberately to damage another's reputation.
Говорить нелестные вещи о ком-нибудь; преднамеренно портить чью-либо репутацию; "поливать грязью".
It's not nice to bad mouth people.
The football player began to bad-mouth his coach.
Футболист начал чернить своего тренера.
be about to do something
To be at the moment of doing something, to be ready
This idiom is often used with the adverb just.
I was just about to leave when you telephoned.
Oh, hi, John. We're just about to eat dinner.
We were about to leave the house when the phone rang.
I’m sorry that I broke in. What were you about to say?
be bound to do something
To be certain to do something, to be sure to do something
This idiom is used when the occurrence of an event seems inevitable or unavoidable.
We are bound to be late if you don’t hurry up.
With the economy improving now, their business is bound to make more money this year.
be into something
get into something
To have taken something up partly as a nobby, partly as a serious interest of sorts (basically resulting from the new consciousness and self-realization movement that originated in the late Sixties).
Roger's wife is into women's liberation and women's consciousness.
Did you know that Syd is seriously into transcendental meditation?
Jack found out that his teenage son is into pot smoking and gave him a serious scolding.
What sports are you into? I don’t have any time to get into sports.
be up to something
To feel strong enough or knowledgeable enough to accomplish a certain task.
Are you up to climbing all the way to the 37th floor?
Are we up to meeting the delegation from Moscow and speaking Russian to them?
Hi, George. I haven't seen you in a while. What have you been up to?
To be responsible for deciding.
I don't care whether we go to the reception or not. It is up to you.
Tendency to do something mischievous.
I'm afraid Jack is up to one of his old tricks again.
Those boys hiding behind the building must be up to something bad.
be with someone
go along with
To support, to back; to understand or follow what someone is saying.
Although others thought that we shouldn’t go along with Jerry, I told Jerry that I was with him on his proposal for reorganizing the staff.
After turning left at the traffic light, go two blocks and turn right on Madison. After three more blocks, turn right again. Are you still with me?