Idioms about Clothing
04-05-2015 Do something off the cuff
Meaning: To do something without a plan.
05-05-2015 Take one’s hat off to somebody
Meaning: To respect somebody.
06-05-2015 Scare the pants off
Meaning: To scare extremely.
07-05-2015 Fly by the seat of somebody’s pants
Meaning: To do something difficult without necessary skills.
08-05-2015 If the shoe fits, wear it.
Meaning: When an unflattering remark applies to you, you should accept it.
Idioms about Body (Part I)
11-05-2015 Cost an arm and a leg
Meaning: Extremely expensive.
12-05-2015 Be glad to see the back of somebody
Meaning: Be happy when a person leaves.
13-05-2015 An eye for an eye
Meaning: If someone does something wrong, they should receive the same punishment.
14-05-2015 Does not have a leg to stand on
Meaning: People do not have enough evidence to support their argument.
15-05-2015 Keep one’s eyes peeled
Meaning: Be highly cautious and pay full attention to something.
Idioms about Body (Part II)
18-05-2015 Ears are burning
Meaning: If your ears are burning, you imagine a message being sent to you.
19-05-2015 Off the top of somebody’s head
Meaning: If you do something off the top of your head, you do it without any preparation.
20-05-2015 Break a leg!
Meaning : To give a blessing to someone especially actors and actresses.
21-05-2015 Bite my tongue
Meaning : Do not speak a word of something.
22-05-2015 Get cold feet
Meaning: Be uncomfortable about doing something.
Idioms about Animals
26-05-2015 A Cash Cow
Meaning: A cash cow is a product which can make a lot of money.
27-05-2015 It is raining cats and dogs.
Meaning: It is raining very heavily.
28-05-2015 As the crow flies
Meaning: To describe the distance in a straight line between two places.
29-05-2015 Kill two birds with one stone
Meaning: To finish two tasks at the same time.