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#2 the Idiom and Phrasal verb of the day - feel free to add your definition or correct existing one!

 

1) A cash cow – something that provides you big income
Example: When John started his business, he was sure it would be a cash cow one
2) (Don't) Bite off more than you can chew - (not) to decide or agree to do more than one can finally accomplish (don't take more (job) than you can do)

to PUT ON:
- put on a coat;
- put on weight;

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    #2 the Idiom and Phrasal verb of the day - feel free to add your definition or correct existing one!

    1) A cash cow – something that provides you big (or 'greater') income
    Example: When John started his business, he was sure that it would become a cash cow. one

     

    2) (Don't) Bite off more than you can chew - Do not to decide or agree to do more than one can finally accomplish (don't take more (jobs) than you can do)

    Example: I bit off more than I could chew by taking this extra course at university. 

    to PUT ON:
    - put on a coat;
    - put on weight;

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