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an arm and a leg

Definition: a lot of money. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

back the wrong horse

Definition: to support someone or something that later cannot be successful. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

be on the ball

Definition: to be well-informed and respond promptly. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

big deal

Definition: Something very important, difficult, or of concern. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

blow a fuse

Definition: become uncontrolably angry;lose your temper. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

buy a lemon

Definition: To purchase a vehicle that constantly gives problems or stops running after you drive it away. Discuss this Idiom in the …

castles in the air

Definition: Plans that are unlikely to happen. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

coining money

Definition: (also coining it, mintining it) earning a lot of money quickly. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

dead and buried

Definition: No longer in use or under consideration, irrelevant, forgotten. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

don’t have a cow

Definition: Don’t overreact. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

easy come, easy go

Definition: said about something which is easily won or obtained and then soon spent or lost. Discuss this Idiom in the comments …

french kiss

Definition: An open mouth kiss where tongues touch.? Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

get over it

Definition: To move beyond something that is bothering you. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

gut feeling

Definition: A personal intuition you get, especially when feel something may not be right.? Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

hit the panic button

Definition: (also press or push the button)to panic suddenly. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

ill-gotten gains

Definition: money or other possession gained dishonestly. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

in the wake of

Definition: following, as a result of. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

jaywalk

Definition: Crossing the street (from the middle) without using the crosswalk. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

kiss of death

Definition: Something that may seem good and favourable but that actually brings ruin to hopes, plans, etc. Discuss this Idiom in the …

level playing field

Definition: A fair competition where no side has an advantage. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

method to my madness

Definition: Strange or crazy actions that appear meaningless but in the end are done for a good reason. Discuss this Idiom in …

nest egg

Definition: Savings set aside for future use. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

not half bad

Definition: Pretty good, okay, decent. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

off one’s trolley

Definition: Crazy, demented, out of one’s mind, in a confused or befuddled state of mind, senile. Discuss this Idiom in the comments …

pass the buck

Definition: to blame others for something you shoud accept reponsibilty for. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

play ball

Definition: to cooperate and agree to work with others. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

raw deal

Definition: said when someones is ill treated. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

run out of steam

Definition: To be completely out of energy. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

see a man about a dog

Definition: used as an excuse for leaving without giving the real reason (especially if the reason is to go to the toilet, …

sick as a dog

Definition: To be very sick (with the flu or a cold). Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

stiff upper lip

Definition: One who has a stiff upper lip displays fortitude in the face of adversity, or exercises self-restraint in the expression of …

tongue-in-cheek

Definition: humor, not to be taken serious. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

under the wire

Definition: At the last minute;before the deadline;barely on time;nearly late. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

wait for the other shoe to drop

Definition: To await a seemingly inevitable event, especially one which is not desirable. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

weekend warrior

Definition: A person who indulges in a sport or pastime on an infrequent basis, usually on weekends when work commitments are not …

you can say that again

Definition: That is very true;?expression of wholehearted agreement Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

a breath of fresh air

Definition: said about a new, fresh, and imaginative approach, a change that feels good. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

a piece of cake

Definition: A task that can be accomplished very easily. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.

age before beuaty

Definition: A phrase said to allow older people to go before younger ones. Now most often used humorously or lightheartedly, and usually …

an axe to grind

Definition: To have a dispute with someone. Discuss this Idiom in the comments below.