Where is my... Where's my bag?
Где моя... Где моя сумка?
Where's my hat? Where's my... Oh!
Где моя шляпа? Где моя... О!
- Where? - There!
- Где? - Вот!
Where is Where is the intercom?
Где Где находится домофон?
Where is anything? Where, where, where, where?
Где что-нибудь? Где, где, где, где?
I am where I should be. - Я там, где я должен быть.
rush in where angels fear to tread: If you say that someone rushes in where angels fear to tread, you are criticizing them gently because they get themselves into dangerous or difficult situations without thinking carefully enough about what they are doing.
if necessary/when necessary/where necessary: If you say that something will happen if necessary, when necessary, or where necessary, you mean that it will happen if it is necessary, when it is necessary, or where it is necessary.
to put your money where your mouth is: If you say that you want someone to put their money where their mouth is, you want them to spend money to improve a bad situation, instead of just talking about improving it.
there's no smoke without fire where there's smoke there's fire: If someone says there's no smoke without fire or where there's smoke there's fire, they mean that there are rumours or signs that something is true so it must be at least partly true.
what in the world/who in the world/where in the world: You can use in the world in expressions such as what in the world and who in the world to emphasize a question, especially when expressing surprise or anger .