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Wednesday, 16 September 2015

English Idiom - Part3

"gunboat diplomacy"

Meaning:
"diplomacy backed by the threat of force"
"A pretty pair of shoes."

Meaning:
"This deal seems to be very attractive."
"You could have knocked me (down) with a feather."

Meaning:
"I was literally weakened with shock and surprise."
"put/stare somebody out of
countenance"

Meaning:
"to disconcert somebody by staring at him"
"dig a pit for somebody"

Meaning:
"to intrigue against somebody by preparing a trap"
"as different as chalk from cheese"

Meaning:
"so much different that incomparable"

"not enough room to swing a cat"

Meaning:
"a very limited working space (e.g. a crammed kitchen)"
"new kid on the block"

Meaning:
"a new person/thing in a given environment"
"send somebody on a fool's errand"

Meaning:
"to use somebody to do some foolish task for one"
"put it back on its feet"

Meaning:
"to put something back to a firm state (e.g. the economy)"
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"back to square one"

Meaning:
"back to the initial state (when trying to solve some problem)"
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"back to square one"

Meaning:
"back to the initial state (when trying to solve some problem)"

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