through and through

through and through
1) с начала до конца, во всех отношениях; досконально, очень основательно; совершенно

Mrs. Warren: "...I know you through and through your likeness to your father..." (B. Shaw, ‘Mrs. Warren's Profession’, act II) — Миссис Уоррен: "...Я вас насквозь вижу, потому что вы вылитый отец..."

Look, Vicky, you know me through and through. (M. Wilson, ‘My Brother, My Enemy’, ch. 10) — Слушай, Вики, ты знаешь меня вдоль и поперек.

Oh, he was ordinary, through and through. (S. Lewis, ‘Selected Short Stories’, ‘Things’) — Стейси во всех отношениях самый заурядный человек.

2) насквозь

Wet and cold through and through. (RHD) — Насквозь промок и продрог.


Большой англо-русский фразеологический словарь. - М.: «Русский язык-Медиа».. 2006.

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