How to read (transcription):
[nye lyezt' za SLO-vam f kar-MAN]
lit.: not to go into your porcket for a word
Said about people who always find what to day.
More from "Russian idioms"
~ down the drain
to have one's hands unties
one blooms and smells (meaning somebody is feeling and looking good, and happy about themselves)
to be credulous, gullible
(lit. - to get up from the wrong foot)
~ to get up on the wrong side of the bed (about someone moody)
beggars can't be choosers; in a pinch anything will do; any port in a storm (lit. - when no fish even a crayfish is a fish)
lit. - the sand is pouring; the phrase is used to sarcastically describe aging people, mostly men
(= сказать пару ласковых слов) to give somebody a nice talking to (telling off), to scold, to reprimand