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Фразеологизмы со словами: day

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all in a day's work
all in the day's work
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Unpleasant or bad but to be expected; not harder than usual; not unusual.
Что-то неприятное, но чего можно было ожидать или от чего можно легко избавиться.
Keeping ants away from a picnic lunch is all in the day's work.
When the car had a flat tire, Father said that it was all in a day's work.
Oh, don’t worry, it was all in a day’s work.
О, не переживай, это был пустяк, не проблема.
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beat the --- out of
lick the --- out of
whale the --- out of
knock the --- out of
knock the tar out of
beat the living daylights out of
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To beat hard; give a bad beating to. Used with several words after "the", as "daylights", "living daylights", "tar".
The big kid told Charlie that he would beat the daylights out of him if Charlie came in his yard again.
best bib and tucker
sunday best
sunday go-to-meeting clothes
sunday-go-to-meeting clothes
dress like a million dollars
dressed like a peacock
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Best clothes or outfit of clothing.
The cowboy got all dressed up in his best bib and tucker to go to the dance.
Mary went to the party in her Sunday best and made a hit with the boys.
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birthday suit
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The skin with no clothes on; complete nakedness.
Полная нагота.
The little boys were swimming in their birthday suits.
The child was running around in his birthday suit.
Ребёнок бегал вокруг голышом.
black day
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A day of great unhappiness; a disaster.
It was a black day when our business venture collapsed.
blue Monday
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A Monday when you have to work after a happy weekend.
It was blue Monday and John nodded sleepily over his books.
Housewives sometimes wish they could sleep through blue Monday.
born yesterday
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Inexperienced and easily fooled; not alert to trickery; easily deceived or cheated. Usually used in negative sentences.
When Bill started the new job, the other workers teased him a little, but he soon proved to everyone that he wasn't born yesterday.
I won't give you the money till I see the bicycle you want to sell me. Do you think I was born yesterday?
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call it a day
call it a night
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To declare that a given day's work has been accomplished and go home; to quit for the day/night. To stop working for the rest of the day/night.
"Let's call it a day," the boss said, "and go out for a drink."
It was nearly midnight, so Mrs. Byron decided to call it a day, and left the party, and went home.
The four golfers played nine holes and then called it a day.
Herb tried to repair his car engine all morning before he called it a day and went fishing.
We've been working hard on this project all evening; let's call it a night.
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