A to Z Idioms And Phrases PDF

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A to Z Idioms And Phrases

In the following table, we have enlisted some Idioms and Phrases along with the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

Tie the knotto marry a mate
The ball is in your courtone needs to take some action to keep something going
A piece of cakesomething easily achieved
A picture paints a thousand wordsan image of a subject conveys its meaning or essence more effectively than a description does.
Bed of rosesan easy, comfortable situation.
To make a long story shortused to end an account of events quickly
Smell a ratto sense that someone has caused something wrong
Sixth sensea supposed power to know or feel things that are not perceptible by the five senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.
Rome was not built in a dayImportant work takes time
Turn a blind eyepretend not to notice.
Don’t put all your eggs in one basketa piece of advice which means that one should not concentrate all efforts and resources in one area.
Through thick and thinunder all circumstances, no matter how difficult
Rise and shineWake up and get out of bed promptly
Wet one’s whistlehave a drink
Put the best foot forwardStart impressively
Stick one’s neck outTo take a risk
Bear the palmBe victorious 
From the horse’s mouthFrom a reliable source
Fool’s errandUseless undertaking 
Be hand and footIn all possible ways; by all means
Gray matterIntelligence
Hear it on grapevineTo hear rumours about something or someone
Bend over backwardsDo whatever it takes to help, willing to do anything
Get your walking papersGet fired from the job 
For the time beingTemporarily
Lock and keyIn safe place
Cast a shadow onSpoil or let down
In the face ofRegardless
Whole bag of tricksMake use of all the possibilities or techniques to achieve something.
Dog eat dogRuthlessly competitive
Vote with one’s feetTo show disapproval
Wipe the nose ofTo Cheat
Cork something upTo stop up one’s mouth and be quiet 
Cook someone’s goose Spoil other person’s chances of success
Sink or swimFail or succeed
Hit the road runningStart something and proceed at a fast pace with enthusiasm
To toe the lineTo accept the authority or policies of a particular group, especially unwillingly
Spelled Outexplain something explicitly
Throw caution to the winddo something without worrying about the risk or negative results
On thin icein a precarious or risky situation
a wild goose chasea search that is completely unsuccessful and a waste of time
head over heelsfalling deeply in love with another person
at eleventh hourlast moment or almost late
On cloud ninebeing extremely happy making the sentence contextually incorrect.
A sitting ducka person or thing with no protection against an attack or other source of danger
Spilling the beansreveal secret information unintentionally or indiscreetly
Scot-freewithout suffering any punishment or injury
An arm and a legphrase is used to refer something that is very expensive
Bread and butterin reference to something every day or ordinary
Grow intobecome as a result of natural development or gradual increase
Put Offto postpone or arrange a later date
Iron outto resolve by discussion
Tear upTo destroy or severely damage something
Clam upTo refuse to speak
Think backrecall a past event or time
Wear off lose effectiveness or intensity
Catch upan act of catching up or matching someone or something in a particular activity
Too many cooks spoil the brothif too many people are involved in a task or activity, it will not be done well.
Easy come, easy gosaid when something, especially money, is easily got and then soon spent or lost
To spin one’s wheelswaste one’s time or efforts
To be pushing up daisiesdead and buried
To kick the bucket:to die
All good things must come to an endeverything that one is fond off comes to an end, eventually
Blood is thicker than waterfamily relationships and loyalties are the strongest and most important ones
All bark and no bitethreatening, aggressive, but not willing to engage in a fight
An axe to grindTo have a complaint or dispute that one feels compelled to discuss
All in the same boatin the same situation; having the same problem
All Greek to meexpressing that something is not understandable
To bend over backwardsto work very hard to accomplish something for someone
No man is an islandto require help from other every now and then because of one’s limitations
Language English
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