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Wednesday, 16 September 2015

English Idiom - Part2

"(The) show must go on."

Meaning:
"Whatever happens, life must continue as before (e.g. independent of somebody's death)"

"separate the man from the myth"

Meaning:
"analyse the true features of a man as opposed to rumors (e.g. about Marx)"


"stomp"

Meaning:
"to walk or dance with a heavy step"

"cough one's head off"

Meaning:
"to cough violently and persistently"
"rub salt into somebody's wounds"

Meaning:
"to aggravate somebody's suffering (esp. intentionally)"
"try to wriggle out"

Meaning:
"to try to change the subject in order to hide one's error or ignorance (e.g. in a discussion)"
"put first things first"

Meaning:
"to do things in a proper sequence"
"(in) the right church but (in) the wrong pew"

Meaning:
"the association is correct, but not complete (e.g. in response to somebody's guess)"
"if the cap fits ..."

Meaning:
"if the person thinks the remark applies to him ..."
"lead somebody a (merry) dance"

Meaning:
"to cause somebody more effort than necessary without any serious reason" PLEASE CONTINUE TO - Read More educative English Idiom Part3 Here
Educative English Idiom You Must Know Part1 is here

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