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By M. I Dubrovin

ISBN-10: 0080235948

ISBN-13: 9780080235943

The Russian language is extremely idiomatic. The idioms, half and parcel of the language, upload immensely to its richness. Their kind is accounted for via the ancient improvement of the Russian language. as a rule Russian idioms are a stumbling block for non-Russian audio system, as they fail to appreciate Russian, either written and spoken, with out the mastery of a adequate variety of idioms, in particular these which take place such a lot frequently.
This booklet is meant essentially for English conversing scholars of Russian who've an information of the necessities of Russian grammar and are acquainted with a uncomplicated Russian vocabulary.

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To come into operation, to become operative. 77. B YC HE �YTb v us n'e dut' Not to blow into one 's moustache. Not to care at all ; not to show any sign of emotion. Cf. Not to give a damn/a hang; not to tum a hair. 60 78. BLffiHBATh y Koro-irn6o TIOl{BY H3-DO)J; HOf vybivat' pochvu is-pod nog To knock the grow1d from WTder someone's feet. To deprive someone of his position or role in society; to undermine someone's confidence in something completely; to disturb someone's peace of mind. Cf. To cut the ground from under someone's feet; to like the wind out of someone's sail • 79.

To rise with the lark/sun. 'i8 74. dCA vstavl'at palki v ko1'6sa To put sticks in the wheels. To deliberately interfere with the execution of a plaQ, operation, etc. Cf. To put a spoke in someone's wheel ; to throw a spanner in the works; to throw monkey wrencftes in the machinery. ���� 75. BCTPE'IATL B DITLIK11 vstr'echat' v shtyki 76. BCTYTIHTb B CTPO A vstuplt' v stroy To seep into formation. To come into operation, to become operative. 77. B YC HE �YTb v us n'e dut' Not to blow into one 's moustache.

To be aloof ; to keep to oneself. 37. B:&HBATL B rOJIOBY vbivat' v g6lovu To hammer something into someone's head. To make something completely understood by emphatic repetition; to keep reiterating something to make it stick in someone's mind. Cf. To hammer/drive something into someone's bead. 40 38. 86HBATh KJIHH MellCJly KeM-JIH60 vbivat' klin To drive a wedge (between two groups of people or two individuals). To cause a breach or separation, to split apart; to make people quarrel. er. To drive a wedge.

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