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IdiomLanguageEquivalentsExplanations
d'humeur à les leverFrench-
changer l'fusil d'epauleFrench-
pris sur moiFrench-
changer la donneFrench-
Намылить холкуRussian2
einen dicken Akzent habenGerman1
to have an accent you could cut with a knifeEnglish1
to rack one's brain(s)English9
Niddle-noddleEnglish1
Доброе сердцеRussian29
Клевать носомRussian1
Talk rubbishEnglish1
Hælde vand ud af ørerneDanish1
At kaste perler for svinDanish-
That cat won't jumpEnglish3
В рот заглядыватьRussian-
Баловень судьбыRussian-
Промокнуть до ниткиRussian-
плюнь - разотриRussian-
settle old scoresEnglish1
сводить счётыRussian1
A la vejez, viruelasSpanish-
пресечь в корнеRussian2
подавить в зародышеRussian2
растяпаRussian1
er/sie hat einen DachschadenGerman7
Kafayı yekmekTurkish7
bei ihm/ ihr ist eine Schraube lockerGerman7
Ti manca una rotellaItalian7
Er / sie hat nicht alle Tassen im SchrankGerman7
Ce n’est pas la mort du petit chevalFrench2
Il n'y a pas mort d'hommeFrench2
Ce n'est pas la fin du mondeFrench2
Avoir la cagneFrench1
Avoir la flemmeFrench1
to set the courseEnglish1
Se bouléguerFrench-
die Weichen stellenGerman1
Не за горамиRussian-
hatchet jobEnglish-
топорная работаRussian-
De klok hebben horen luiden maar niet weten waar de klepel hangtDutch-
under the roseEnglish-
adrenaline junkieEnglish-
blue sky thinkingEnglish-
bring a knife to a gun fightEnglish-
blue devilsEnglish-
quick buckEnglish-
rerrange the deck chairs on the titanicEnglish-
run with scissorsEnglish-
run around like a chicken with it's head cut offEnglish-
take a bulletEnglish-
take a dim view of something or someoneEnglish-
take a shot in the darkEnglish-
twilight yearsEnglish-
....موت يا حمارArabic (other varieties)2
wait for the other shoe to dropEnglish-
babe in the woodsEnglish-
Wake up and smell the coffeeEnglish-
English #1, #2
know which side of one's bread is butteredEnglish-
eat one's wordsEnglish-
the apple of one's eyeEnglish-
as cool as a cucumberEnglish-
big cheeseEnglish-
like water off a duck's backEnglish-
butterflies in the stomachEnglish-
hear it straight from the horse's mouthEnglish-
eat like a horseEnglish-
let a cat out of the bagEnglish-
Russian #1, #2
be as busy as a beeEnglish-
monkey businessEnglish-
English, Russian #1, #2
go with the timesEnglish-
cheapskateEnglish-
gravy trainEnglish-
Russian #1, #2
sail close to the windEnglish-
have one's head in the cloudsEnglish-
lightning-fastEnglish-
喜びあれば悲しみあり(yorokobi areba kanashime ari)Japanese-
know the drillEnglish-
欲の袋に底なし (yoku no fukuro ni soko nashi)Japanese-
“Biraz zaman geçsin, her şeyi unutacaksın. Biraz zaman geçsin her şey seni unutacak.”Turkish-
Sit Tibi Terra LevisLatin4
STTLSpanish4
D.E.P.Spanish4
Rolling stoneEnglish17
Bala perdidaSpanish17
Oveja descarriadaSpanish17
take the heatEnglish-
put one's foot in one's mouthEnglish-
Avoid someone like the plagueEnglish13
Evitar algo o a alguien como (a) la pesteSpanish13
Not worth the paper it's written onEnglish-
падать ницRussian-
Bring owls to AthensEnglish-
Free one's horsesEnglish-
подумать только!Russian1
Murder will outEnglish3
to cut it too fatEnglish2
pass aufSlovene12
Don't (you) blow it!English1
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