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ace in the hole

Definition: A hidden or secret strength, or unrevealed advantage. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

all hat and no cattle

Definition: Describing someone who is full of big talk but lacking action, power, or substance;pretentious. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

are your ears burning?

Definition: said about someone who was not present but was the topic of discussion. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

baker’s dozen

Definition: Thirteen. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

be full of beans

Definition: said about someone who is active, lively, healthy and has a lot of energy and enthusiasm. Discuss this Idiom in the …

behind bars

Definition: in jail or prison. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

bite the dust

Definition: to die. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

call off the dogs

Definition: said when you want someone to stop criticizing you. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

chicken-hearted

Definition: not brave. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

come to blows

Definition: to have fight or an argument with someone. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

curl your lip

Definition: an upward movement of the side of the mouth to show dislike and disrespect. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

devil-may-care

Definition: careless, reckless or defiant. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

draw the shortest straw

Definition: To be selected to do an undesirable task (by drawing the shortest straw or otherwise). Discuss this Idiom in the comments …

fall in love

Definition: to begin feeling attracted to someone and love him or her. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

flea market

Definition: A swap meet. A place where people gather to buy and sell inexpensive goods.? Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

gain ground

Definition: to become popular, to make progress, to advance. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

go against the flow

Definition: to do the opposite of people do and not accept things as thy are. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

good samaritan

Definition: Someone who helps others when they are in need, with no discussion for compensation, and no thought of a reward. Discuss …

have a cow

Definition: (also have kittens) to be very worried, upset or angry about something Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

help a lame dog over a stile

Definition: said about someone who helps people who are in difficulty or trouble. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

home away from home

Definition: (also home from home) a place where you are at ease as if you were at home. Discuss this Idiom in …

in the air

Definition: said about something that is happening or about to happen. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

it has someone’s name on it

Definition: said about somthing that belongs to someone or meant for someone. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

keep body and soul together

Definition: to be able to pay for your food, clothing and somewhere to live. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

know the ropes

Definition: To understand the details. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

long in the tooth

Definition: Old people (or horses). Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

make somebody’s mouth water

Definition: When the smell or sight of food is extremely good it makes your mouth water. Discuss this Idiom in the comments …

money for jam

Definition: (also be money for old rope) said about a job when it is an easy way of earning money. Discuss this …

nine to five

Definition: said about a job with normal daytime hours, a job that begins at nine o’clock in the morning and finishes at …

nothing to sneeze at

Definition: not bad;decent;acceptable;worthwhile. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

on the same page

Definition: When multiple people all agree on the same thing. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

pick up your ears

Definition: To listen very carefully. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

pull somebody’s leg

Definition: to tease or fool someone when trying to convince them to believe something which is not true as a joke. Discuss …

quick one

Definition: to have a drink before going somewhere. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

right down to

Definition: considering even minor things or people. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

save face

Definition: To take an action or make a gesture intended to preserve one\’s reputation or honor. Discuss this Idiom in the comments …

set the ball rolling

Definition: (also start or get the ball rolling) start something, especially a conversation or a social event. Discuss this Idiom in the …

smell something fishy

Definition: Detecting that something isn’t right and there might be a reason for it. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

the home stretch

Definition: The last part of a difficult work. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

to cost an arm and a leg

Definition: (also cost a bomb,the earth,a packeta, a small fortune) extremely expensive. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

vale of tears

Definition: the world considered as sad and harsh. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

walk the talk

Definition: To do what one said one could do, or would do, not just making empty promises. Discuss this Idiom in the …

wild and woolly

Definition: Uncultured and without laws. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

zero tolerance

Definition: No crime or law breaking big or small will be overlooked. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

achilles heel

Definition: said about a strong situation which contains an element of vulnerability. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.