Transcription (the accent is shown in capital letters):
[kag-DA rak na ga-RYE SVEEST-nyet]
Translation / meaning:
(lit.: when a crayfish wistles on the mountain)
~ when hell freezes over
More from "Russian idioms"
≈ he doesn't know beans about it
the highlight of the programme
lit.: a mountain off the shoulders Describes the relief that people experience after getting rid of anxiety, concerns, or worries
this is going too far, this is totally out of place
lit. 'how many summers, how many winters', means 'long time no see'.
lit: not to leave a stone on a stone to win a complete victory
lit.: not to go into your porcket for a word Said about people who always find what to say.