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can you tell me some enlish idioms??

need some english idioms

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All Ears

"You said you had something important to tell me. I'm all ears."

Meaning: to be listening with attentively; curious

 

Backsear Driver

"I can fix this computer myself, but she always tries to be a backseat driver"

Meaning: A person who gives unwanted advice or direction; particularly when your in middle of the task.

 

Cry over Spilled Milk

"I'm sorry you lost your wallert, but there's no use crying over spilled milk."

Meaning: To cry or complain about an event that has already taken place and can't be solved through tears and complaining.

 

Down-to-the-Wire

"I can't talk to you now. I'm down-to-the-wire on this research paper."

Meaning: Running out of timel at the very last minute.

 

Face the Music

"I was caught cheating and now I have to face the music."

Meaning: To endure the consequences of one's action.

 

Fair-Weather Friend

"You can't count on Liz to help you when you're in trouble. She's just a fair-weather friend."

Meaning: A person who is only a faithful friend when everything is going well but deserts you in time of difficulty.

 

Get a Handle on (s.o.) / Get a Hang of (s.o)

"Rachel had a lot of trouble with geometry, but I think she's getting a handle on it."

"Rachel had a lot of trouble with geometry, but I think she's getting a hang of it."

Meaning: To beign to understand something or how to do something; to start to overcome a difficult problem or situation

 

Hang in There

"I'm sorry you lost your job. You'll find a new one, just hang in there."

Meaning: to continue without giving up; to not lose faith or courage.

 

All Ears

"You said you had something important to tell me. I'm all ears."

Meaning: to be listening with attentively; curious

 

Backsear Driver

"I can fix this computer myself, but she always tries to be a backseat driver"

Meaning: A person who gives unwanted advice or direction; particularly when your in middle of the task.

 

Cry over Spilled Milk

"I'm sorry you lost your wallert, but there's no use crying over spilled milk."

Meaning: To cry or complain about an event that has already taken place and can't be solved through tears and complaining.

 

Down-to-the-Wire

"I can't talk to you now. I'm down-to-the-wire on this research paper."

Meaning: Running out of timel at the very last minute.

 

Face the Music

"I was caught cheating and now I have to face the music."

Meaning: To endure the consequences of one's action.

 

Fair-Weather Friend

"You can't count on Liz to help you when you're in trouble. She's just a fair-weather friend."

Meaning: A person who is only a faithful friend when everything is going well but deserts you in time of difficulty.

 

Get a Handle on (s.o.) / Get a Hang of (s.o)

"Rachel had a lot of trouble with geometry, but I think she's getting a handle on it."

"Rachel had a lot of trouble with geometry, but I think she's getting a hang of it."

Meaning: To beign to understand something or how to do something; to start to overcome a difficult problem or situation

 

Hang in There

"I'm sorry you lost your job. You'll find a new one, just hang in there."

Meaning: to continue without giving up; to not lose faith or courage.

 

All Ears

"You said you had something important to tell me. I'm all ears."

Meaning: to be listening with attentively; curious

 

Backsear Driver

"I can fix this computer myself, but she always tries to be a backseat driver"

Meaning: A person who gives unwanted advice or direction; particularly when your in middle of the task.

 

Cry over Spilled Milk

"I'm sorry you lost your wallert, but there's no use crying over spilled milk."

Meaning: To cry or complain about an event that has already taken place and can't be solved through tears and complaining.

 

Down-to-the-Wire

"I can't talk to you now. I'm down-to-the-wire on this research paper."

Meaning: Running out of timel at the very last minute.

 

Face the Music

"I was caught cheating and now I have to face the music."

Meaning: To endure the consequences of one's action.

 

Fair-Weather Friend

"You can't count on Liz to help you when you're in trouble. She's just a fair-weather friend."

Meaning: A person who is only a faithful friend when everything is going well but deserts you in time of difficulty.

 

Get a Handle on (s.o.) / Get a Hang of (s.o)

"Rachel had a lot of trouble with geometry, but I think she's getting a handle on it."

"Rachel had a lot of trouble with geometry, but I think she's getting a hang of it."

Meaning: To beign to understand something or how to do something; to start to overcome a difficult problem or situation

 

Hang in There

"I'm sorry you lost your job. You'll find a new one, just hang in there."

Meaning: to continue without giving up; to not lose faith or courage.

 

All Ears

"You said you had something important to tell me. I'm all ears."

Meaning: to be listening with attentively; curious

 

Backsear Driver

"I can fix this computer myself, but she always tries to be a backseat driver"

Meaning: A person who gives unwanted advice or direction; particularly when your in middle of the task.

 

Cry over Spilled Milk

"I'm sorry you lost your wallert, but there's no use crying over spilled milk."

Meaning: To cry or complain about an event that has already taken place and can't be solved through tears and complaining.

 

Down-to-the-Wire

"I can't talk to you now. I'm down-to-the-wire on this research paper."

Meaning: Running out of timel at the very last minute.

 

Face the Music

"I was caught cheating and now I have to face the music."

Meaning: To endure the consequences of one's action.

 

Fair-Weather Friend

"You can't count on Liz to help you when you're in trouble. She's just a fair-weather friend."

Meaning: A person who is only a faithful friend when everything is going well but deserts you in time of difficulty.

 

Get a Handle on (s.o.) / Get a Hang of (s.o)

"Rachel had a lot of trouble with geometry, but I think she's getting a handle on it."

"Rachel had a lot of trouble with geometry, but I think she's getting a hang of it."

Meaning: To beign to understand something or how to do something; to start to overcome a difficult problem or situation

 

Hang in There

"I'm sorry you lost your job. You'll find a new one, just hang in there."

Meaning: to continue without giving up; to not lose faith or courage.

 

All Ears

"You said you had something important to tell me. I'm all ears."

Meaning: to be listening with attentively; curious

 

Backsear Driver

"I can fix this computer myself, but she always tries to be a backseat driver"

Meaning: A person who gives unwanted advice or direction; particularly when your in middle of the task.

 

Cry over Spilled Milk

"I'm sorry you lost your wallert, but there's no use crying over spilled milk."

Meaning: To cry or complain about an event that has already taken place and can't be solved through tears and complaining.

 

Down-to-the-Wire

"I can't talk to you now. I'm down-to-the-wire on this research paper."

Meaning: Running out of timel at the very last minute.

 

Face the Music

"I was caught cheating and now I have to face the music."

Meaning: To endure the consequences of one's action.

 

Fair-Weather Friend

"You can't count on Liz to help you when you're in trouble. She's just a fair-weather friend."

Meaning: A person who is only a faithful friend when everything is going well but deserts you in time of difficulty.

 

Get a Handle on (s.o.) / Get a Hang of (s.o)

"Rachel had a lot of trouble with geometry, but I think she's getting a handle on it."

"Rachel had a lot of trouble with geometry, but I think she's getting a hang of it."

Meaning: To beign to understand something or how to do something; to start to overcome a difficult problem or situation

 

Hang in There

"I'm sorry you lost your job. You'll find a new one, just hang in there."

Meaning: to continue without giving up; to not lose faith or courage.

 

All Ears

"You said you had something important to tell me. I'm all ears."

Meaning: to be listening with attentively; curious

 

Backsear Driver

"I can fix this computer myself, but she always tries to be a backseat driver"

Meaning: A person who gives unwanted advice or direction; particularly when your in middle of the task.

 

Cry over Spilled Milk

"I'm sorry you lost your wallert, but there's no use crying over spilled milk."

Meaning: To cry or complain about an event that has already taken place and can't be solved through tears and complaining.

 

Down-to-the-Wire

"I can't talk to you now. I'm down-to-the-wire on this research paper."

Meaning: Running out of timel at the very last minute.

 

Face the Music

"I was caught cheating and now I have to face the music."

Meaning: To endure the consequences of one's action.

 

Fair-Weather Friend

"You can't count on Liz to help you when you're in trouble. She's just a fair-weather friend."

Meaning: A person who is only a faithful friend when everything is going well but deserts you in time of difficulty.

 

Get a Handle on (s.o.) / Get a Hang of (s.o)

"Rachel had a lot of trouble with geometry, but I think she's getting a handle on it."

"Rachel had a lot of trouble with geometry, but I think she's getting a hang of it."

Meaning: To beign to understand something or how to do something; to start to overcome a difficult problem or situation

 

Hang in There

"I'm sorry you lost your job. You'll find a new one, just hang in there."

Meaning: to continue without giving up; to not lose faith or courage.

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