Фразеологизмы со словами on one
a lot on one's plate
Быть очень занятым, иметь много работы.
My brother is attending university, has a full-time job, and volunteers at a school. He really has a lot on his plate.
Мой брат учится в университете, работает полный рабочий день и помогает школе на общественных началах. Он очень занят.
all eyes on one
О ком-то, от кого все ждут действий.
Before the performance all eyes were on me.
До выступления все смотрели на меня и ожидали чего-то интересного.
be back on one's feet
get back on one's feet
To once again become financially solvent; regain one's former status and income, or health.
Снова на ногах; снова стать платежеспособным; восстановить прежнюю форму, статус или здоровье; оправиться от какой-либо беды или несчастья.
Max got back on his feet soon after his open heart surgery. Tom's business was ruined due to the inflation, but he got back on his feet again.
My mother is back on her feet after being sick for two weeks.
Моя мама снова на ногах после двухнедельной болезни.
Our teacher was back on her feet shortly after the car accident.
Наша учительница была снова на ногах вскоре после аварии.
button one's lip
zip one's lip
To stop talking; keep a secret; shut your mouth; be quiet.
The man was getting loud and insulting and the cop told him to button his lip.
John wanted to talk, but Dan told him to keep his lip buttoned.
chip on one's shoulder
A quarrelsome nature; readiness to be angered.
He went through life with a chip on his shoulder.
Jim often gets into fights because he goes around with a chip on his shoulder.
dead on one's feet
Very tired but still standing or walking; too tired to do more; exhausted.
Jimmy never leaves a job unfinished. He continues to work even when he's dead on his feet.
After the soldiers march all night, they are dead on their feet.
down on one's luck
Having bad luck; having much trouble; not successful in life.
Испытывать неудачи; быть в трудном положении, беде.
Harry asked me to lend him ten dollars, because he was down on his luck.
The teacher is easy on Jane because Jane has been down on her luck lately.
Alan is down on his luck and I am sorry for him.
Алан в тяжелом положении, и я сочувствую ему.
fall flat on one's face
Не достичь желаемого результата, не произвести желаемого впечатления, опозориться, ударить лицом в грязь.
Simon fell flat on his face when he tried to organize the meeting.
Саймон опозорился, когда попытался организовать встречу.