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Idiom – Bad Hair Day

Idiom – Bad hair day. Meaning – A day when your hair is difficult to manage or style, or more broadly, a day when things seem to be going…

Idiom – Cold Feet

English Idiom – Cold feet. Meaning –  A fear of doing something. To suddenly become too frightened to do something that you had planned to do. The idiom…

Idiom – Butterflies In My Stomach

English Idiom – Butterflies in my stomach. Meaning –  To feel nervous or anxious. This feeling is the nervous feeling you sometimes get in the pit of your…

Slang – Motormouth

Slang – Motormouth or Motor-mouth. Meaning – A very talkative person. Someone who talks a lot. A motormouth is a person who talks excessively, often about meaningless things….

Idiom – See Eye To Eye

English Idiom – See eye to eye. Meaning – To agree with someone about something – or in general. This expression is used when people completely agree with each…

Idiom – Caught Red-handed

English Idiom – Caught red-handed. Meaning – To be caught in the act. To be found doing something wrong or illegal. If you are caught red-handed you are caught with…

Slang – Gobsmacked

British English Slang – Gobsmacked. Meaning – Totally shocked or astonished. To be extremely surprised, shocked or astonished. This expression is often used to describe a state of…

Idiom – Two Left Feet

English Idiom – Two left feet. Meaning – To be clumsy or awkward with your feet. This idiom often refers to poor dancing and is aimed at people who are…

Idiom – Cat Got Your Tongue?

English Idiom – (Has the) Cat got your tongue? Meaning –  This expression is said to someone who has nothing to say. If you are annoyed with someone…

Idiom – In One Ear And Out The Other

English Idiom – In one ear and out the other or Go in one ear and out the other. Meaning – This expression is used to describe a situation…

Idiom – Twist My Arm

English Idiom – Twist Somebody’s Arm. Meaning –  To persuade somebody to do something that they do not want to do. To put pressure on someone in order…