Transcription (the accent is shown in capital letters):
[raz-nees-TEE f puh ee prah]
Translation / meaning:
lit: to smash to dawn and dust
to win a victory over someone
More from "Russian idioms"
(lit.) the owner is the master An old saying used to say that a person is responsible for his/her own actions.
(lit.: holey hands) her/his fingers are all thumbs (about a clumsy person)
(lit.) in the hairy year a long time ago
very little of almost nothing
even half a year haven't passed yet (since you started doing something and finally finished)
to come down to earth
(lit. neither sing nor draw) to be unable to act, to be very drunk or too tired
it's obvious (lit. - do not go to a fortune-teller)