Transcription (the accent is shown in capital letters):
[ha-ZYA-een - BA-reen]
Translation / meaning:
(lit.) the owner is the master
An old saying used to say that a person is responsible for his/her own actions.
More from "Russian idioms"
lit. 'how many summers, how many winters', means 'long time no see'.
the phrase is used to sarcastically describe aging people, mostly men
to have a drink (alcohol)
(lit. the watch shows the weather) the watch is faulty
I have no idea, I haven't the slightest idea, I'm at my wits end
one is being greedy or stingy
to talk a lot of nonsense, to tell tales, to gossip
to walk or drive in circles