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  • 1 Ж-11

    НА ВСЮ ЖЕЛЁЗКУ highly coll PrepP Invar adv (intensif) fixed WO
    1. (used with subj: human жать, нажимать, нажать и т. п. - (to press one's foot down on a gas pedal) as hard as possible (thus making a vehicle go at its maximum speed)
    X жал на всю железку — X stepped on it
    X threw it into high gear X floored it X put the pedal to the metal.
    «Командир нашей автороты спрашивает: „Проскочишь, Соколов?"... - „Какой разговор! - отвечаю ему. - Я должен проскочить, и баста!" - „Ну, - говорит, - дуй! Жми на всю железку!"» (Шолохов 1). "'Can you get through, Sokolov?' asks the commander of our company.... 'What are you talking about!' I told him. Tve got to get through, and that's that.' 'Get cracking then,' he says, 'and step on it!'" (lc).
    «Куда?...» Бирюков показал на удаляющуюся «Волгу». «За ней, чтобы не упустить». - «На всю железку можно?» - «Жми!» (Чернёнок 1). "Where to?"Birukov pointed to the Volga ahead. "Follow that car and don't lose it." "Can I floor it?" "Go ahead!" (1a).
    2. работать, делать что \Ж-11. Also: НА ПОЛНУЮ ЖЕЛЕЗКУ (to work, do sth.) to one's full capacity, at one's full potential: (go) all out
    giving it all (everything) one's got giving it one's best shot ( usu. in refer, to a physical task) with might and main going (the) whole hog (in limited contexts) going great guns.
    3. жить \Ж-11 (to live one's life) taking advantage of all the opportunities life has to offer: (live life) to the fullest.

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > Ж-11

  • 2 на всю железку

    [PrepP; Invar; adv (intensif); fixed WO]
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    1. [used with subj: human]
    жать, нажимать, нажать и т.п. на всю железку (to press one's foot down on a gas pedal) as hard as possible (thus making a vehicle go at its maximum speed):
    - X жал на всю железку X stepped on it;
    - X put the pedal to the metal.
         ♦ "Командир нашей автороты спрашивает: "Проскочишь, Соколов?"... - "Какой разговор! - отвечаю ему. - Я должен проскочить, и баста!" - "Ну, - говорит, - дуй! Жми на всю железку!"" (Шолохов 1). "'Can you get through, Sokolov?' asks the commander of our company.... 'What are you talking about!' I told him. 'I've got to get through, and that's that.' 'Get cracking then,' he says, 'and step on it!'" (lc).
         ♦ " Куда?..." Бирюков показал на удаляющуюся "Волгу". "За ней, чтобы не упустить". - "На всю железку можно?" - "Жми!" (Чернёнок 1). "Where to?"Birukov pointed to the Volga ahead. "Follow that car and don't lose it." "Can I floor it?" "Go ahead!" (1a).
    2. работать, делать что на всю железку. Also: НА ПОЛНУЮ ЖЕЛЕЗКУ( to work, do sth.) to one's full capacity, at one's full potential: (go) all out; giving it all < everything> one's got; giving it one's best shot; [usu. in refer, to a physical task]
    with might and main; going (the) whole hog; [in limited contexts] going great guns.
    3. жить на всю железку (to live one's life) taking advantage of all the opportunities life has to offer:
    - (live life) to the fullest.

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > на всю железку

  • 3 на полную железку

    [PrepP; Invar; adv (intensif); fixed WO]
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    1. [used with subj: human]
    жать, нажимать, нажать и т.п. на полную железку (to press one's foot down on a gas pedal) as hard as possible (thus making a vehicle go at its maximum speed):
    - X жал на всю железку X stepped on it;
    - X put the pedal to the metal.
         ♦ "Командир нашей автороты спрашивает: "Проскочишь, Соколов?"... - "Какой разговор! - отвечаю ему. - Я должен проскочить, и баста!" - "Ну, - говорит, - дуй! Жми на всю железку!"" (Шолохов 1). "'Can you get through, Sokolov?' asks the commander of our company.... 'What are you talking about!' I told him. 'I've got to get through, and that's that.' 'Get cracking then,' he says, 'and step on it!'" (lc).
         ♦ " Куда?..." Бирюков показал на удаляющуюся "Волгу". "За ней, чтобы не упустить". - "На всю железку можно?" - "Жми!" (Чернёнок 1). "Where to?"Birukov pointed to the Volga ahead. "Follow that car and don't lose it." "Can I floor it?" "Go ahead!" (1a).
    2. работать, делать что на полную железку. Also: НА ПОЛНУЮ ЖЕЛЕЗКУ (to work, do sth.) to one's full capacity, at one's full potential: (go) all out; giving it all < everything> one's got; giving it one's best shot; [usu. in refer, to a physical task]
    with might and main; going (the) whole hog; [in limited contexts] going great guns.
    3. жить на полную железку (to live one's life) taking advantage of all the opportunities life has to offer:
    - (live life) to the fullest.

    Большой русско-английский фразеологический словарь > на полную железку

  • 4 жить полной жизнью

    2) Idiomatic expression: live life to the fullest

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > жить полной жизнью

  • 5 родители девчонки собирались засадить (его) в тюрьму на всю катушку

    General subject: the girl ’s parents intended to press charges to the fullest

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > родители девчонки собирались засадить (его) в тюрьму на всю катушку

  • 6 родители девчонки собирались засадить в тюрьму на всю катушку

    General subject: (его) the girl’s parents intended to press charges to the fullest

    Универсальный русско-английский словарь > родители девчонки собирались засадить в тюрьму на всю катушку

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