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Фразеологизмы со словами: bet

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all better
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Fully recovered; all well again; no longer painful. Usually used to or by children.
"All better now," he kept repeating to the little girl.
all the better
all the worse
all the hotter
all the sooner
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Than otherwise; even. Used to emphasize comparative adjectives, adverbs, and nouns.
Opening the windows made it all the hotter.
Take a bus instead of walking and get home all the sooner.
If you don't eat your dessert, all the more for us.
before one can say Jack Robinson
between two shakes of a lamb's tail
in the twinkling of an eye
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Very quickly; suddenly. An overused phrase.
Очень быстро; неожиданно.
Before I could say Jack Robinson, the boy was gone.
She could do it in two shakes of a lamb’s tail.
Она могла это делать быстро и без затруднений.
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IN A FLASH RIGHT AWAY
bet one's boots
bet one's bottom dollar
bet one's shirt
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To bet all you have.
This horse will win. I would bet my bottom dollar on it.
Jim said he would bet his boots that he would pass the examination.
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To feel very sure; have no doubt.
Чувствовать себя очень уверенным в чем-либо; не иметь никаких сомнений.
Jack is very punctual. You can bet your bottom dollar he'll be here at 9 o'clock on the dot.
Джек очень пунктуальный. Я на сто процентов уверен, что он будет здесь ровно в 9.
bet one's life
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To feel very sure; have no doubt.
Was I scared when I saw the bull running at me? You bet your life I was!
bet on the wrong horse
bet the wrong horse
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To base your plans on a wrong guess about the result of something; misread the future; misjudge a coming event.
Дословно: поставить не на ту лошадь.
Обмануться в ожиданиях или расчетах.
To count on the small family farm as an important thing in the American future now looks like betting on the wrong horse.
He expected Bush to be elected President in 1992 but as it happened, he bet on the wrong horse.
When I voted for him, I was convinced he would win, but I betted the wrong horse!
Когда я голосовал за него, то был полностью уверен, что он выиграет, но ошибся в выборе!
better half
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One's marriage partner (mostly said by men about their wives.)
"This is my better half, Mary," said Joe.
better late than never
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It is better to come or do something late than never.
The firemen didn't arrive at the house until it was half burned, but it was better late than never.
Grandfather is learning to drive a car. "Better late than never," he says.
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HALF A LOAF IS BETTER THAN NONE