English Idiom – Put a sock in it.
Meaning – Be quiet. This expression is used to tell someone to stop making so much noise. Put a sock in it is an impolite expression and should be used with caution. This idiom is often used in a humorous way.
The idiom pull your socks up can be used to tell someone to do better, or to make a real effort to improve.
- “Put a sock in it! I’m trying to finish my homework and I can’t hear myself think over your noise!”
In The News:
Rafe Spall: ‘It gets on my nerves when actors say they’re nervous – put a sock in it’
- Is there an idiom like this in your country?
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