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"
≈ to cut one's teeth on
how are you doing?
to distract somebody purposely by talking, to fool somebody with fine words, to fool somwbody with smooth talk
to have one's hands unties
(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.
(lit. - cat's tears) very little of nothing
~ to go all out, to bend over backwards (lit: to crawl out of one's skin)