Словосочетания со словом sun
best bib and tucker
sunday go-to-meeting clothes
dress like a million dollars
dressed like a peacock
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.
make hay while the sun shines
strike while the iron is hot
To do something at the right time; not wait too long.
Воспользоваться возможностью, удобным случаем. "Куй железо пока горячо".
Dick had a free hour so he made hay while the sun shone and got his lesson for the next day.
Successful sportsmen are advised to make hay while the sun shines.
Успешным спортсменам советуют пользоваться удачными стечениями обстоятельств.
My friend told me about a vacancy in their office, so I decided to strike while the iron was hot and quickly applied for the job.
Мой друг рассказал мне о вакансии в их офисе, поэтому я решил воспользоваться возможностью и быстренько подал заявление о приеме на работу.
month of Sundays
A very long time. Used for emphasis after for or in and usually with a negative verb.
I have not had devil's food cake in a month of Sundays.
When he got her first letter, he felt that he had not heard from her for a month of Sundays.
son of a bitch
Fellow, character, guy, individual (avoidable, but becoming more and more acceptable, especially if said with a positive or loving intonation).
Get out of here you filthy, miserable sunuvabitch!
So you won ten million dollars at the lottery, you lucky son of a bitch (or sunuvabitch)!
A portion of the southern United States where the winter is very mild in comparison to other states.
The Simpsons left Chicago for the sunbelt because of Jeff's rheumatism.
Fried on one side only.
Barbara likes her eggs sunny-side up.
under the sun
On earth; in the world. Used for emphasis.
The President's assassination shocked everyone under the sun.
Where under the sun could I have put my purse?
week of Sundays
A long time; seven weeks.
I haven't seen them in a week of Sundays.