How to read (transcription):
[raz-nees-TEE f puh ee prah]
lit: to smash to dawn and dust
to win a victory over someone
More from "Russian idioms"
many, much, a lot, strongly (informal, lit. - mother, don't grieve)
lit: where the legs grow from what is the cause/reason of the problem/events
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
to run away, to disappear, to vanish
(lit. - two boots make a pair)
about people that are alike in many ways, usually negative qualities are implied
from the ship to the ball (comes from the verse of Pushkin); means fast change of circumstancies
throw aside all restraint, let oneself go
lit: cockroaches in the head We say that everyone has his own cockroaches in the head. The more cockroaches there is, the more strange the person is.