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have (got) one's head in the clouds have a way with words язык хорошо подвешен • Dave has such a way with words that his staff does everything he tells them to do. have all one's buttons/marbles (si) в своем уме; с головой все в порядке • Mike acts sometimes as if he didn't have all his buttons. • He's pretty old but he still has all his marbles, if that's what you mean. have an ace in the hole (Am) иметь козырь (про запас) • He doesn't usually risk that much unless he thinks he has an ace in the hole. have an e y e / a good eye for smth глаз-алмаз; глаз наметан • Kate's apartment is very attractive. She obviously has an eye for colour and furnishings. have an inside track быть в числе приближенных; владеть внутренней информа¬ цией • His relationship with Walter put him on the inside track with the company. • I would probably get thatjob if I could get the inside track. have an itch for/itch to do smth жаждать; страстно желать ч-л • Dean has an itch for excitement. • Chris is itching to go around the world. have an itching/itchy palm нечистый на руку (брать взятки) • It cost us a lot of money to get papers to leave the country - we 81 had to see a lot of officials and they all had itching palms. have bats in the belfry (inf facet) не в своем уме; не все дома • The eccentric old woman was gen¬ erally considered to have bats in the belfry. have been around (inf) повидать жизнь; знать что почем • Ask Sally about how the govern¬ ment works. She's been around. have (got) both feet on the ground не витать в облаках; твердо стоять на земле • I don't worry about her - she's got both feet on the ground and I know she won't do anything silly. have butterflies (in one's stom¬ ach) п о д ж и л к и т р я с у т с я ; колени дрожат • She had butterflies in her stomach as she walked out onto the stage. have (got) cold feet струхнуть; до смерти испугать¬ ся; коленки дрожат • The planned burglary never took place. Fred's accomplice got cold feet and Fred couldn't do it on his own. have (got) one's head in the clouds витать в облаках • She walks around all day with her head in the clouds. She must be in love. • He'll never be able to run the business he's always got his head in the clouds.