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Phrase: take the backseat

“Your eyes are bigger than your stomach” means “you want more food than you can eat”. Example: I can’t finish this piece of cake. I’m afraid my eyes were bigger than my stomach as usual. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

Idiom of the day: Be in deep water. Example: We’re going to be in deep water if the bank refuses to authorize a bigger loan.

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No spring chicken

"No spring chicken" is a person who is no longer young. Example: That actress is no spring chicken, but she does a pretty good job of playing a twenty-year-old girl.

"Nab" means "to catch someone doing something wrong". #English

"Nab" means "to catch someone doing something wrong".

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Phrase: at close range

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Phrase: back to back

“Hard to swallow” means “difficult to believe”. Example: Your story is pretty…

“Hard to swallow” means “difficult to believe”. Example: Your story is pretty hard to swallow, but I am beginning to believe it.

“Get the axe” means “to lose your job”. Example: After Jessica was caught…

“Get the axe” means “to lose your job”. Example: After Jessica was caught stealing, she got the axe by her boss. Get our apps for learning English: lear

"Hooked" means addicted; to like something so much that you need it every day. Example: I really like Holly, my new girlfriend. After just two dates, I'm hooked!

"Hooked" means addicted; Example: I really like Holly, my new girlfriend. After just two dates, I'm hooked!

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Idiom: Bury your head in the sand

“Cheesy” means something cheap-looking and in poor taste. Example: I can’t believe Carol bought that couch just because it was on sale. It looks so cheesy. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com:

“Cheesy” means something cheap-looking and in poor taste. Example: I can’t believe Carol bought that couch just because it was on sale. It looks so cheesy. Get our apps for learning English:.

Tell a white lie

“Tell a white lie” means “to lie in order not to upset someone or to be polite”. Example: I didn’t want to go to my boss’s birthday, so I told a white lie and said I had to go to a friend’s wedding.

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Idiom: A cross to bear

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