How to read (transcription):
[nye as-TA-veet' KAM-nya na KAM-nye]
lit: not to leave a stone on a stone
to win a complete victory
More from "Russian idioms"
(lit. the watch shows the weather) the watch is faulty
lit. - a hundred years at lunch (i.e. at lunch it will be one hundred years); the phrase is used to describe very old things
lit. - the sand is pouring; the phrase is used to sarcastically describe aging people, mostly men
it's enough to make a cat laugh (lit. - for chickens to laugh)
anecdote with a beard, i.e. a very old anecdote
architect of one's own fortune (lit. - a smith of your own's happiness)
(lit. - what kind of fly has bit you?)
Usually sounds like "кака́я му́ха тебя́/его́/её укуси́ла?". Used to talk about someone in a bad mood or behaving strangely.
not to have all one's marbles, to have a screw loose