Transcription (the accent is shown in capital letters):
[nye as-TA-veet' KAM-nya na KAM-nye]
Translation / meaning:
lit: not to leave a stone on a stone
to win a complete victory
More from "Russian idioms"
one smells trouble; there's danger in the air; it looks like they've got me (you etc ); it looks like the jig is up.
to drink a whole bottle of alcohol
≈ he doesn't know beans about it
the highlight of the programme
to get on one's nerves
lit: to wipe one's nose to prove a superiority, to win a victory over someone
lit.: with a heel into the chest "Kicking yourself in the chest with your heel" means swearing, proving your case, trying to convince someone of something.
not to have all one's marbles, to have a screw loose