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Wednesday, 16 September 2015

English Idiom You Need To Know - Part5

"sweep somebody off his/her feet"

Meaning:
"to make somebody suddenly fall in crazy love with one"
"smell a rat"

Meaning:
"to feel that something bad is in the offing"
"stick one's neck out"

Meaning:
"to say something despite the risk of troubles"
"spike somebody's gun"

Meaning:
"to preempt somebody's attack by taking away power"
"give somebody more rope"

Meaning:
"to give somebody more
leeway or freedom to act"

"do's and don'ts"

Meaning:
"that what should and should not be done"
"December and May"

Meaning:
"an old husomebodyand and young wife"
"raze it to the ground"

Meaning:
"to destroy a town completely (e.g. Warsaw or Dresden in World War 2)"
"Hang up your hang-ups!"

Meaning:
"Throw away your inferiority complex!"
"cast sheep's eyes (at somebody)"

Meaning:
"to look in a silly way suggesting that one is in love"
"a stitch in time saves nine"

Meaning:
"it is better to sort out problems quickly"
"mince one's words"

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Educative English Idiom You Must Know PART1

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