Ответ в теме: English idioms

Main Aditor

№35 into the bargain — beyond what has been stipulated; extra; besides; in addition
1. “I know it’s a bit thick to rob you of a cheroot and then grill you with personal questions into the bargain,” he began. (J. Wain)

2. To break up a home is at the best a dangerous experiment, and selfish into the bargain. (J. Galsworthy)
3. She is an excellent teacher and a good housewife into the bargain,