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    по-пластунски

    Что значит по-пластунски?
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    1. Жизнь по-пластунски

    2.По пластунски добралась до открытого окна, перевалилась на карниз, где и раскинулась, дёргая лапками.
    Кому - нары, кому - Канары.

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    ползать по-пластунски = to leopard crawl

    "Жизнь по-пластунски" - I think it's a figurative sentence, maybe "meek and mild, meek as a lamb" (тише воды, ниже травы).
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    just crawl will do.


    Ползать по-пластунски is literally: to crawl as if you were flat (or something like that)

    Жизнь по-пластунски is a metaphor that describes a man who crawls and growels at somebody's feet for whole his life.

    So little a context may also mean that he has to be very cautious and he has a very dangerous life.
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    По-пластунски means, literally, "как пластун, в манере пластуна". Пластуны

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    I never say 'жизнь по-пластунски'. I've just asked my Mom if she knows this epxressions - she said no. If my mother doesn't know, who knows it? The question actually is who uses it? Classical writers, maybe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDSanchous
    I never say 'жизнь по-пластунски'. I've just asked my Mom if she knows this epxressions - she said no. If my mother doesn't know, who knows it? The question actually is who uses it? Classical writers, maybe?
    Я думаю, это просто авторское. Такого выражения нет.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    Quote Originally Posted by ReDSanchous
    I never say 'жизнь по-пластунски'. I've just asked my Mom if she knows this epxressions - she said no. If my mother doesn't know, who knows it? The question actually is who uses it? Classical writers, maybe?
    Я думаю, это просто авторское. Такого выражения нет.
    Very likely to be true, I suppose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    Quote Originally Posted by ReDSanchous
    I never say 'жизнь по-пластунски'. I've just asked my Mom if she knows this epxressions - she said no. If my mother doesn't know, who knows it? The question actually is who uses it? Classical writers, maybe?
    Я думаю, это просто авторское. Такого выражения нет.
    Так я и говорю - дайте контекст, чтобы было понятней. У меня складывается такое впечатление, что это вообще часть прямой речи.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil

    Так я и говорю - дайте контекст, чтобы было понятней. У меня складывается такое впечатление, что это вообще часть прямой речи.
    "Жизнь по-пластунски" http://www.bg.ru/article?id=6100
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    Quote Originally Posted by sperk
    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil

    Так я и говорю - дайте контекст, чтобы было понятней. У меня складывается такое впечатление, что это вообще часть прямой речи.
    "Жизнь по-пластунски" http://www.bg.ru/article?id=6100
    Listen, sperk, you should deside - either you want to learn Russian "classic" language and culture or some "unerground" things. In the second case I think you should look for some specific internet sites. Some ordinary russian people, like me, just didn't even ever hear about such things.
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