Weather Idioms

  1. He’s a fair-weather friend — g) someone who you can trust only when things are going well.
  2. She has her head in the clouds — f) when you are not thinking clearly.
  3. He was sick yesterday, but today he is right as rain — h) to feel fine.
  4. He was left his last job under a cloud. —i) under bad circumstances.
  5. Every cloud has a silver lining. — j) bad things always have a good side.
  6. It’s a storm in a teacup. —c) when people become upset over unimportant things.
  7. I’m feeling a bit under the weather. — b) depressed because you are not well, ill.
  8. I’m snowed under by work now. — d) to have a lot of work.
  9. It never rains but it pours — e) troubles always come closer together.
  10. We’re having an Indian summer. —a) abnormally hot weather.
  1. fair-weather (someone) — человек, который может быть другом только в хорошие времена.
  2. Head in the clouds — витать в облаках.
  3. Right as rain — быть в порядке.
  4. Under a cloud — в опале.
  5. Every cloud has a silver lining — нет худа без добра.
  6. Storm in a teacup — Буря в стакане (бутылке).
  7. Under the weather — приболевший.
  8. Snowed under by work — слишком много дел/работы.
  9. It never rains but it pours — Беда (никогда) не приходит одна.
  10. Indian Summer — Бабье лето.

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