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Idiom – In A Pickle

English Idiom – In a pickle. Meaning – To be in a difficult or complicated situation, typically one that is hard to get out of. The phrase can…

Idiom – The Apple Of My Eye

English Idiom – The apple of somebody’s eye. Meaning – The person that you love the most. A person that you cherish or adore more than anyone else. Related Expressions:…

Idiom – A Few Sandwiches Short Of A Picnic

English Idiom – A few sandwiches short of a picnic. Meaning – Unintelligent. The expression is used to describe a person who is stupid or displaying an obvious lack of intelligence….

Idiom – Pinch Of Salt

English Idiom – Take something with a pinch of salt or Take something with a grain of salt. Meaning – To listen to a story or explanation of something with…

Idiom – Bring Home The Bacon

English Idiom – Bring home the bacon. Meaning – To earn money for your family. The act of earning money or achieving a goal. If you are bringing home the bacon you are providing financial support for you…

Idiom – A Piece Of Cake

English Idiom – A piece of cake. Meaning – Very easy. A task is very easy to do. Other expressions to describe something easy: A breeze A cakewalk…

Phrasal Verb – Eat Out

Phrasal Verb – Eat out. Meaning – To eat in at a restaurant or away from home.  To dine at a place that is not your home. This…

Phrasal Verb – Eat in

Phrasal Verb – Eat in. Meaning – To eat at home.  To cook something yourself or to order a takeaway (food that is taken out of a restaurant)…

Idiom – Whet Your Appetite

English Idiom – Whet your appetite. Meaning – To increase your desire for something. To stimulate your interest in something. You can whet someone’s appetite for anything, but…

Idiom – Cheap As Chips

English Idiom – Cheap as chips or As cheap as chips. Meaning – Very inexpensive. This expression can be used to refer to something that is reduced in price, something…

Slang – Scrumptious

Slang – Scrumptious. Meaning – (adjective) Delicious. Tasty. Mouthwatering. Appetizing. This expression can also be used to describe a very attractive person – or in fact anything at…

Idiom – Cherry-pick

English Idiom – Cherry-pick or cherry pick. Meaning – To selectively choose only the best or most suitable from a number of options. To choose things that support…

Slang – Apples And Pears

British English Slang – Apples and pears. Meaning – Stairs. The set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another. This expression is an example of Cockney…

An Apple A Day Keeps The Doctor Away

Proverb – An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Meaning – Apples are healthy because they are rich in vitamins and other essential nutrients. If you eat more…

British Culture – Fish And Chips

People in Great Britain love to eat! We are lucky to have a great selection of food from all over the world in our restaurants and takeaways. Fish…