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Collocations, Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

Collocations, Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Collocations; An expression consisting of two or more words that correspond to some conventional way of saying things. Idioms; A set expression of two or more words that means something other than the literal meanings of its individual words. Phrasal verbs; The combination of a verb + a particle (preposition

Medical and Health Idioms

Medical and Health Idioms As fit as a fiddle, black and blue, clean bill of health, flare up, go under the knife, splitting headache. Follow the list for idioms, meanings and example sentences;

Idioms Related To Food

Idioms Related To Food egg someone on, full of beans, gravy train,, a couch potato, piece of cake, one smart cookie, handed to someone on a silver platter and etc… Follow the list for idioms and meanings;

Idioms Related To Colour

Idioms Related To Colour To be in the red, to see red, to be yellow, have the blues, in the dark, red tape and etc… Follow the list for other idioms and meanings;

Idioms Related To Animals

Idioms Related To Animals Ants in one’s pants, cat nap, chicken out, copy cat, like a fish out of water, to eat like a horse, to pull a rabbit out of the hat and etc… Follow the detailed list amd expressions, meaning;

English Slang Idioms and Expressions

English Slang Idioms and Expressions If you are “fed up” you -> have had enough. “Just about” means -> nearly and etc… Follow the list;

Colour Idioms

Colour Idioms Feel blue, black and white, white lie, see red, paint the town red, tickled pink and etc… Follow the list for other idioms;

Idioms to Say Something Is Really Easy

Idioms to Say Something Is Really Easy A piece of cake, as easy as falling off a log, like taking candy from a baby, child’s play and etc… Follow the list;

Idioms With Heart

Idioms With Heart This post include idioms about heart. Please follow the list for idioms, meaning and examples;

10 Idioms About Books

10 Idioms About Books Idioms about books; a closed book, an open book, read someone like a book, the oldest trick in the book, in someone’s good books, by the book, bring someone to book, take a leaf out of someone’s book, don’t judge a book by its cover