How to read (transcription):
[SHA-ree-ke za RO-lee-kee za-YE-ha-lee]
not to have all one’s marbles, to have a screw loose
More from "Russian idioms"
to get all one's strength together, to take one's courage in both hands
~ and not a bone in the track
(lit. - it bounces off the teeth) learnt by heart
of the first water, sheerest, clearest type of something, pure and simple, obvious
~ work is in full swing
(lit. - two boots make a pair)
about people that are alike in many ways, usually negative qualities are implied
Use your eyes! Оpen your peepers!
to do nothing, to idle