English Idioms

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Bells and whistles (idiom)

Bells and whistles (idiom) When something has bells and whistles on it, it means that it has lots of cool features. Think about your smartphone and just how many features it has, there are so many that you may not even use and perhaps you don’t need. Even so, companies still continue adding capabilities and […]

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Ride High idiom

Ride High meaning (Idiom)

Ride high is an idiom and it means to be successful at something or to feel good and happy at a certain time. For example: They finished their final exams and were riding high thinking about their summer holidays ahead. Their success in the trials had them riding high and excited for the main competition. […]

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egghead definition

EGGHEAD Definition

Egghead:  a very studious person, intellectually gifted in the field of academics, a very intelligent person More for you: 16 Food Idioms with Examples and Explanations [Infographic] 1000+ Most Popular English Idioms and Their Meanings

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piece of cake meaning

PIECE OF CAKE meaning (idiom)

Piece of cake (idiom): something that you can achieve easily, something easily accomplished. More for you: 16 Food Idioms with Examples and Explanations [Infographic] 55 Most Commonly Used British and American Slang Words and Their … Please, please subscribe to our YouTube channel here

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You can’t teach an old dog new tricks

10 Idioms about Teaching

Teaching can be such a rewarding job! The opportunity to help others gain knowledge and go further in their lives is one that you have to grab with both hands. The thing is, anyone can be a teacher so this is relevant for all! To be a good teacher you have to be many things and […]

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chicken-out-meaning

CHICKEN OUT idiom meaning

CHICKEN OUT: to decide not to do something because you are too frightened. My brother and I were going to go bungee jumping, but at the last minuted I got scared and I chickened out. More for you: Don’t Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch idiom meaning 1000+ Most Popular English Idioms and Their Meanings

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