is done badly to save money.
|Kill two birds with one stone||This idiom means, to accomplish two different things at|
the same time.
|Last straw||The final problem in a series of problems.|
|Let sleeping dogs lie||Meaning - do not disturb a situation as it is - since|
it would result in trouble or complications.
|Elvis has left the building||The show has come to an end. It's all over.|
|Drastic times call for drastic measures||When you are extremely desperate you need to take|
|Method to my madness||An assertion that, despite one's approach seeming|
random, there actually is structure to it.
|Don't put all your eggs in one basket||Do not put all your resources in one possibility.|
|Don't give up the day job||You are not very good at something. You could|
definitely not do it professionally.
|Don't count your chickens before the eggs|
|This idiom is used to express "Don't make plans|
for something that might not happen".
|Hit the sack / sheets / hay||To go to bed.|
|Cut the mustard [possibly derived from|
"cut the muster"]
|To succeed; to come up to expectations; adequate enough|
to compete or participate
|Ball is in your court||It is up to you to make the next decision or step|
|Actions speak louder than words||People's intentions can be judged better by what they|
do than what they say.
|At the drop of a hat||Meaning: without any hesitation; instantly.|
|Back to the drawing board||When an attempt fails and it's time to start all over.|
|Cross that bridge when you come to it||Deal with a problem if and when it becomes necessary,|
|Bite off more than you can chew||To take on a task that is way to big.|
|Burn the midnight oil||To work late into the night, alluding to the time|
before electric lighting.
|Piece of cake||A job, task or other activity that is easy or simple.|
|Beat around the bush||Avoiding the main topic. Not speaking directly about|
|Be glad to see the back of||Be happy when a person leaves.|
|Devil's Advocate||To present a counter argument|
|Add insult to injury||To further a loss with mockery or indignity; to worsen|
an unfavorable situation.
|Hear it on the grapevine||This idiom means 'to hear rumors' about something or|
|A hot potato||Speak of an issue (mostly current) which many people|
are talking about and which is usually disputed
|Give the benefit of the doubt||Believe someone's statement, without proof.|
|Hit the nail on the head||Do or say something exactly right|
|Barking up the wrong tree||Looking in the wrong place. Accusing the wrong person|
|Let the cat out of the bag||To share information that was previously concealed|
|See eye to eye||This idiom is used to say that two (or more people)|
agree on something.
|Speak of the devil!||This expression is used when the person you have just|
been talking about arrives.
|Make a long story short||Come to the point - leave out details|
|Picture paints a thousand words||A visual presentation is far more descriptive than|
|Take with a grain of salt||This means not to take what someone says too seriously.|
|To hear something straight from the|
|To hear something from the authoritative source.|
|Whole nine yards||Everything. All of it.|
|Steal someone's thunder||To take the credit for something someone else did.|
|Keep something at bay||Keep something away.|
|A penny for your thoughts||A way of asking what someone is thinking|
|It takes two to tango||Actions or communications need more than one person|
|Put wool over other people's eyes||This means to deceive someone into thinking well of|
|Can't judge a book by its cover||Cannot judge something primarily on appearance.|
|Costs an arm and a leg||This idiom is used when something is very expensive.|
|Blessing in disguise||Something good that isn't recognized at first.|
|Every cloud has a silver lining||Be optimistic, even difficult times will lead to better|
|Miss the boat||This idiom is used to say that someone missed his or|
|Caught between two stools||When someone finds it difficult to choose between two|
|Best of both worlds||Meaning: All the advantages.|
|Your guess is as good as mine||To have no idea, do not know the answer to a question|
|Wouldn't be caught dead||Would never like to do something|
|Jump on the bandwagon||Join a popular trend or activity.|
|Far cry from||Very different from.|
|Taste of your own medicine||Means that something happens to you, or is done to you,|
that you have done to someone else
|Sit on the fence||This is used when someone does not want to choose or|
make a decision.
|Cry over spilt milk||When you complain about a loss from the past.|
|Best thing since sliced bread||A good invention or innovation. A good idea or plan.|
|Not playing with a full deck||Someone who lacks intelligence.|
|Off one's rocker||Crazy, demented, out of one's mind, in a confused or|
befuddled state of mind, senile.
|On the ball||When someone understands the situation well.|
|Once in a blue moon||Meaning: Happens very rarely.|
|Feel a bit under the weather||Meaning: Feeling slightly ill.|
|Curiosity killed the cat||Being Inquisitive can lead you into an unpleasant|
|In the heat of the moment||Overwhelmed by what is happening in the moment.|
|Not a spark of decency||Meaning: No manners|
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