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Фразеологизмы со словом rock

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acid rock
A characteristic kind of rock in which loudness and beat predominate over melody; especially such music as influenced by drug experiences.
John is a regular acid rock freak.
between a rock and a hard place
between the devil and the deep blue sea
Between two dangers or difficulties, not knowing what to do.
Между двух опасностей или трудностей, в состоянии когда неизвестно что предпринять.
The pirates had to fight and be killed or give up and be hanged; they were between the devil and the deep blue sea.
I couldn't make up my mind. I was caught between a rock and a hard place.
Я не мог ничего решить. Я угодил между молотом и наковальней.
The boy was between a rock and a hard place; he had to go home and be whipped or stay in town all night and be picked up by the police.
Мальчик находился между двух огней – он должен был либо пойти домой и быть выпоротым, либо остаться в городе на всю ночь и быть пойманным полицией.
I’m between a rock and a hard place with management. They are determined to jettison a lot of hard-working employees.
Compare:
COMING AND GOING IN A BIND
between two fires
between a rock and a hard place
Between two dangers or difficulties, not knowing what to do.
The boy was between a rock and a hard place; he had to go home and be whipped or stay in town all night and be picked up by the police.
When the man's wife and her mother got together, he was between two fires.
Compare:
COMING AND GOING IN A BIND
Synonym:
BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA
have rocks in one's head
To be stupid; not have good judgment.
When Mr. James quit his good job with the coal company to begin teaching school, some people thought he had rocks in his head.
off one's rocker
off one's trolley
Not thinking correctly; crazy; silly; foolish.
Tom is off his rocker if he thinks he can run faster than Bob can.
If you think you can learn to figure skate in one lesson, you're off your trolley.
Synonym:
OUT OF ONE'S HEAD
on the rocks
be on the rocks
go on the rocks
Wrecked or ruined.
Mr. Jones' business and marriage were both on the rocks.
With ice only.
At the restaurant, Sally ordered orange juice on the rocks.
rock bottom
rock-bottom
The lowest possible point. Often used like an adjective, with a hyphen.
The nation's morale hit rock bottom in the hours following the president's assassination.
The rock-bottom price of this radio is $25.
rock hound
A person who studies and collects rocks for a hobby.
Many young rock hounds grow up to be geologists.
Tony is an eager rock hound, and we have rocks all through our house.