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Idioms And Phrases

  1. Decked up – put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive
  2. Doing the rounds – to be passed from one person to another
  3. Between the cup and the lips – On the point of achievement
  4. A damp squib – Complete failure
  5. Put off – an evasive reply, to delay doing something, especially because you do not want to do it
  6. A dime a dozen – Anything that is common and easy to get
  7. Cast iron stomach– Someone who has no problems, complications or ill effects with eating anything
  8. A mare’s nest– A false invention
  9. Takes a beating – to be damaged because of performing badly or being criticized
  10. A chip on your shoulder – Being upset for something that happened in the past
  11. A toss-up – A result that is still unclear and can go either way
  12. An iron hand – By force
  13. A taste of your own medicine – When you are mistreated the same way you mistreat others
  14. At the drop of a hat – Willing to do something immediately
  15. A man of straw – A weak person
  16. Bite your tongue – To avoid talking
  17. An eyewash – A pretence
  18. At sixes and seven– Persons who are having different opinions
  19. Bite off more than you can chew – To take on a task that is way too big to handle
  20. Can’t cut the mustard– Someone who isn’t adequate enough to compete or participate
  21. Call a spade a spade– Straight talks
  22. Don’t count your chickens before they hatch– Don’t rely on it until you sure of it
  23. Dog days of summer– The hottest day of the summer season
  24. Ever and anon– Now and then, occasionally
  25. Field day– An enjoyable day or circumstance
  26. Bits and Pieces– small things of different types
  27.  Kick the bucket– Die
  28. Know the ropes– To understand the details
  29. Latin and Greek– Unable to understand
  30. Like a chicken with its head cut off– To act in a frenzied manner, crazily
  31. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush– Having something that is certain is much better than taking a risk for more, because chances are you might losing everything.
  32. A blessing in disguise– Something good that isn’t recognized by first
  33. Bull in china shop– One who causes damage
  34. A chip on your shoulder– Being upset for something that happened in the past
  35. A damp squib– Complete failure
  36. 6) A dime A dozen– Anything that is common and easy to get
  37. 7) A doubting Thomas– A skeptic who needs physical or personal evidence in order to believe something
  38. 8) A drop in the bucket– A very small part of something big or whole
  39. 9) A fool and his money are easily parted– It’s easy for a foolish person to lose his/ her money
  40. 10) A gentleman at large– An unreliable person
  41. 11) A green horn– Inexperienced
  42. 12) A house divided against itself cannot stand– Everyone involved must unify and function together or it will not work out.
  43. 13) A leopard can’t change his spots– You cannot change who you are
  44. 14) A lost cause– A hopeless case, a person or situation having no hope of positive change.
  45. 15) A man of straw– A weak person
  46. 16) A mare’s nest– A false invention
  47. 17) A penny saved is a penny earned– By not spending money, you are saving money (little by little)
  48. 18) A picture paints a thousand words– A visual presentation is far more descriptive than words
  49. 19) A piece of cake– A task that can be accomplished very easily
  50. 20) A slap on the wrist– A very mild punishment
  51. 21) A stalking horse– Pretence
  52. 22) A steal– Very inexpensive, a bargain
  53. 23) A taste of your own medicine– When you are mistreated the same way you mistreat others
  54. 24) A toss-up– A result hat is still unclear and can go either way
  55. 25) A wolf in sheep’s clothing– A dangerous person pretending harmless
  56. 26) ABC: Very common knowledge about to– Ready to, just going to
  57. 27) Above all– Mainly, especially
  58. 28) Above board– Fair and honest
  59. 29) According to– In the order of; on the authority of
  60. 30) Actions speak louder than words– It’s better to actually do something than hust talk about it
  61. 31) Add fuel to the fire– Whenever something is done to make a bad situation even worse than it is
  62. 32) Against the clock– Rushed and short on time
  63. 33) All (day, week, month, year) long– The entire day, week, month, year
  64. 34) All along– All the time, from the beginning (without change)
  65. 35) All and Sundry– Without making any distinction
  66. 36) All bark and no bite– When someone is threatening and/ or aggressive but not willing to engage in a fight
  67. 37) All greek to me– Meaningless and incomprehensible like someone who cannot read, speak, or
  68. 38) All in all– Considering everything
  69. 39) All in the same boat– When everyone is facing the same challenges
  70. 40) All of a sudden– Suddenly, without warning (All at once)
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