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BBC Learning English Jun 10
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Financial Markets English 3h
"The missed connections have given Mr. Ergen the reputation of someone who 'snatches defeat from the jaws of victory'"... (WSJ) Ironic reversal of "snatch victory from the jaws of defeat", which means to win at the last moment despite the likelihood of defeat.
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HomeschoolLit 11h
What's your favorite idiom?
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Writerbay Official 4h
How many metaphors and idioms referring to light and darkness do you know? Comment below and check our next post to find out if you mentioned everything.
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Luca Short Jun 15
I know it‘s “don’t judge a book by its cover” (and I strongly support that!) but— this is gonna lit!👌🏻 who‘s with me? (also, best response to unnecessary bitching 🤭)
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Don Bosco Daniel 15h
Only the wearer knows where the shoe pinches This means that it's hard to know how much someone else is suffering.
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Nicola Walker Jun 14
If someone speaks to you in very rude and abrupt way then they are said to have "bitten your head off". Can you use today's idiom in a sentence of your own?
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Doerr Law Firm PLLC Jun 7
"It is what it is." "Go pound sand." "Throwing good money after bad." In my experience, lawyers use idioms when they don't know how to respond or, even worse, sound smart. I think most are silly and meaningless (but at times fun).
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funeslclasses Jun 15
To add insult to injury= make the situation worse. After Mary failed her Math test, to add insult to injury, her car had a flat tire.
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BBC Learning English May 29
Everybody knows a clever clogs! At BBC Learning English, it's James! Find out what a 'clever clogs' is in The English We Speak! Watch here: of the week
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Stephanie Bilyeu Apr 17
Day 3 Motivation & Encouragement
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Macmillan Dictionary Jun 14
The phrase of the week is 'lost for words':
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Idiom Land 15h
Ready to watch our video example? Our of the day is ”Shoot your mouth off“, which means “to boast or talk too much, to tell secrets.“
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MicroEnglish Jun 3
This micro-dictation contains an idiom which can be used to say that something isn't good enough. Can you identify the idiom and fill in all the gaps? 🤔 Full exercise here 👉
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Nicola Walker Jun 15
A humble person will "swallow their pride" if they have made a mistake and admit that they are wrong. Can you use today's idiom in a sentence of your own?
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Movie Idioms Jun 15
🤔 Can you guess the with the 'zip it'? - -
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China's Chengyu 7h
自 zì means “self“. Let's get our“selves“ ready for a new week of !
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The YUNiversity 21h
Interesting weather expressions ☀️🌧️🌬️ Learn more from here:
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Berlitz Concepción May 27
Can you guess which Idiom is being represented in the pictures below? Leave your answer in the comments section!
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Sonya Mathews May 7
Ok brilliant people. I am seeking idioms. Particularly the expandable kind. The one I thought it was "Can't find his ass with a map" Which becomes "Can't find his ass with a map and two hands in bright daylight." Can you think of any other expandable ?
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