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business-idioms

Business idioms

  Business idioms   Get to know the most popular business idioms which you can use at your workplace.   24/7 Meaning: Twenty-four hours a day, 7 days a week Example: My friend is an assistant and she has to be available 24/7.   A tough break Meaning: bad luck, something unfortunate takes place Example: …

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10 idioms with food

  10 idioms with food   Apple of someone’s eye Meaning: someone or something that is adored by someone Example: Zoe’s newborn daughter is the apple of her eye.   As busy as popcorn on a skillet Meaning: very active Example: John is as busy as popcorn on a skillet, he just can’t keep still. …

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20 English idioms with animals

  20 English idioms with animals   Ants in one’s pants Meaning: to be excited or worried about something, not being able to keep still. Example: Sue has got ants in her pants because she’s taking a test today.   Eager beaver Meaning: someone who is enthusiastic and works very hard. Example: Tim is a …

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15 idioms related to time

  15 idioms related to time   Check out these 15 popular idioms related to time with their meaning and an example.   Time flies Meaning: Time passes extremely quickly Example: Look how fast our children grew up, how time flies.   It’s high time Meaning: It’s the right time to do something, or past …

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15 colourful idioms in English

  15 colourful idioms in English   A horse of a different colour Meaning: a situation that is different to what you first thought it was. Example: I thought that she was his sister, but she turned out to be his girlfriend. That’s a horse of a different colour.   With flying colours Meaning: with …