Idiomatic Expressions in English

English idioms and expressions, Idiomatic Expressions in English;

Idiomatic Expressions in English



Ball is in your court
Meaning: It is up to you to take the next step

Best thing since sliced bread
Meaning: A good idea or plan; an excellent new invention

Curiosity killed the cat
Meaning: Being too curious can get you into trouble

9 Jump on the bandwagon
Meaning: Join a popular trend or activity

2 Last straw
Meaning: The final problem in a series of problems

Bust one’s chops
Meaning: To say things intended to harass

On the up and up
Meaning: honest; ethical; fair



When hell freezes over
Meaning: never

Go Down Like A Lead Balloon
Meaning: To be received badly by an audience

To cut corners
Meaning: to do something badly or cheaply

Get ducks in a row 
Meaning: Getting your things well organized

In Your Face
Meaning: An aggressive and bold confrontation

It’s A Small World
Meaning: You frequently see the same people in different places

Go great guns
Meaning: Being successful

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