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Самые полезные английские фразы 151 - 200

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отказаться от чего-то, прекратить попытки

I gave up smoking. I gave up trying to fix my old car.

нарушить свое слово, обещание

First he said he would help me, but then he went back on his word.

пробовать новое дело

If I were you, I would go for it.

становиться все хуже и хуже

His business went from bad to worse.

пойти развлекаться

Do he and his wife go out often?

очень стараться

He goes out of his way to please her.

успех вскружил голову

His acting success went to his head.

сильно расстроиться

She went to pieces when she heard it.

плыть по течению

She always goes with the flow.

постепенно понравиться

When she knew him more, he grew on her.

лучше бы, а то...

You look ill, you’d better see a doctor.

отлично провести время

Yesterday we had a ball at the party.

иметь счеты с кем-то, претензии к кому-то

Mr. Brown, I have a bone to pick with you. My mail was lost because of you.

поговорить о чем-то

Can I have a word with you?

крупно поговорить

I had words with my coworker today because he used my computer again.

иметь нужные качества

Laura has it in her to be a good doctor.

нечего вам здесь делать, быть и др.

You have no business staying here without my permission.

быть прижатым к стене

I had no choice, I had my back to the wall.

быть очень занятым

He has his hands full with hard work.

очень хотеть получить что-то, кого-то

She has her heart set on going to New York. He has his heart set on Betty.

иметь влияние на

Does he have pull with the director?

(не) хватает духа сделать неприятное

I don’t have the heart to tell him that he wasn’t accepted, he’ll be so unhappy.

везде (искать и т.д.)

I searched high and low for my lost cat.

попасть в точку

You hit the nail on the head when you said our company needs a new director.

обнаружить ценное

They hit upon gold. I hit upon a plan.

(не) держать зла на кого-то

I lost his book, but he doesn’t hold it against me.


Hold it! I forgot my key.


Hold on! I’ll be back in a minute.

постоять за себя, утвердиться в чем-то

He can hold his own in any situation. We need men who can hold their own.

грабить с применением оружия

This bank was held up twice last year.

не по себе

She felt ill at ease because of her cheap dress.


He told her about his plan in advance.

кратко, вкратце

In a nutshell, my plan is to buy land.

адресату по адресу другого человека (у кого остановился)

I’m staying at Tom’s house. Write to me in care of Tom Gray, Chicago, Illinois.


He killed her in cold blood.


In fact, he works as a manager here.

в общем, вообще

In general, he likes to be alone. He described the place only in general.

в своей стихии

He’s in his element when he’s arguing.

другими словами

In other words, you refused to do it for her.

проще говоря

I didn’t really like the concert. In plain English, the concert was terrible.

в конечном счете

In the long run, it’ll be better to buy it.

в таком же положении

Stop arguing with me, we’re in the same boat and should help each other.

вне претензий

Pay the bill and you’ll be in the clear.

придти вовремя, чтобы успеть что-то сделать (до начала чего-то)

I came in time to have a cup of coffee before class.

не стоит и говорить, само собой

It goes without saying that he must pay what he owes right away.

вертится на языке

His name is on the tip of my tongue.


Hurry up, it’s time to go.

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