Idiomatic English

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Last updated: Apr 07, 2000
 Description
This best-selling collection will introduce your to idiomatic terms and phrases of English such as be left out in the cold, spread like wildfire, lame duck, sue pants of somebody, know one's onions, turn the corner, split hairs, plant a dead rat on somebody, turn a blind eye to, like for like, an eye for an eye, law of the jungle, be born tired, work one's way up, sacrificial lamb and many more.
 Examples
Q: id: to be convulsed with laughter
A: split one's sides (with laughing)

Q: id: to undertake a difficult task without thinking twice
A: take the bull by the horns

Q: id: to make a step that cannot be made back
A: cross the Rubicon

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