How to read (transcription):
[at-KU-da NO-gee ras-TUT]
Translation / meaning:
lit: where the legs grow from
what is the cause/reason of the problem/events
More from "Russian idioms"
lit: fair/tail wind a wish to sailors to have good journey, but it can also be used in everyday life as a wish "all the best" and "good luck" in business and other endeavors
to be very busy, to hurry, to run around
(lit.) in the hairy year a long time ago
to have one's hands unties
(lit. - to cover with a copper basin), to fail, to go kaput, to get ruined
one blooms and smells (meaning somebody is feeling and looking good, and happy about themselves)
lit.: the tongue is hung well Can be said about people who is never at loss for words.
lit: to stick behind the belt to prove your superiority over someone