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EnglishStudy! 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 19m
– Puppy-dog eyes Meaning – An innocent or naive facial expression. 🥺Please can I borrow the car tonight? I promise I won't be back late. 😠Stop giving me those puppy-dog eyes. You were 3 hours late home last time. No car for you!
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Forward Test Prep (FTP) 7h
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Idiom Land 41m
Hey there! 😀 Our of the day is ”Stuff your face“, which means “to eat a lot of food quickly.“ The phrase has its origins in the U.S. (1930s+)
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𓆩ℓατɪfα𓆪🌐 Jul 19
Break a leg = good luck
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𓆩ℓατɪfα𓆪🌐 Jul 19
Cut from the same cloth= to be very similar.
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funeslclasses Jul 19
The daydreaming airline pilot had his head in the clouds. 😀
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The YUNiversity Jul 17
“Every dog has its day” 🐶 = everyone is successful or happy at some time in their life Don’t get down: every dog has its day. 💪🙌📈
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Angelic Whispers 11h
Friday MAKE HASTE SLOWLY do not rush remember... Slow and steady wins the race sometimes we must embrace the process for the sake of progress patience could become our saving grace
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Mixed Idioms 2h
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Italian with Susanna Jul 21
Do you know what a "segreto di Pulcinella" is? This refers to a piece of information that lots of people know (e.g. something embarrassing about someone's life) but everybody, even the interested, acts as if it was a secret. It's a ridiculous omertà.
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Idiom Land 21h
How about a video example? Our of the day is ”Know the ropes”, which means “to know how to do a job or task properly."
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Centro Cultural Salv Jul 13
"Bite off more than you can chew" that means To take on a task that is way to big.
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The YUNiversity Jul 20
“Down in the dumps” = depressed, miserable G-DRAGON is *down in the dumps* in most of the “Crooked” M/V. 😢
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EnglishStudy! 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 Jul 15
– Let the cat out of the bag 🐱 Meaning – To reveal a secret. This expression is usually used when you reveal a secret by accident. 👩🏿Guess what? 👱🏽‍♀️You're getting married? 👩🏿How did you know? 👱🏽‍♀️Your sister let the cat out of the bag last night!
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Italian with Susanna 22h
The "mangiare la foglia" (literally, to eat the leave) refers to the ability to read the unspoken & the hidden meanings in others' words, & to a situation where we fake buying into somebody's lies, so that they show how far they can go when not feeling threatened.
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English Guru Jul 20
saved by the bell 🔔 —> saved by something at the last minute Opinions on the origin vary from early coffins ⚰️ using bells to prevent people from being accidentally buried alive to boxing 🥊 slang.
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Idiom Land Jul 20
Hi guys! 😀 Our of the day is ”Know the ropes”, which means “to know how to do a job or task properly.” ⠀ This expression alludes to sailors learning the rigging so as to handle a sailing vessel's ropes. It was being used figuratively by the late 1800s.
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The Haunted Life Jul 20
Replying to @TheHauntedLife
Technician 272 Had to MAKE HASTE SLOWLY In order that his progress would remain undetectable Though it took him a lifetime and more He was now shooting the breeze Aspects of the AI had to reflect The Company's demands But he knew he could amend the program
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DimpleVerse Jul 19
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The YUNiversity Jul 19
Hear, hear! = I agree! Jo: After lunch, let’s get coffee. ☕ Me: Hear, hear! 👍 Here, here! = I’m here, I’m here! 🙋🙋
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