English phrases with meanings.pdf
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Offline mode - No WiFi, no problem.He wants to have his cake an eat it too.Smart cookie an intelligent person George is one smart cookie.I don't think the other team will win.75,000 audio pronunciations of both common and rare words, including those with varying pronunciations (Premium only).Spice things up make more exciting Sara spiced up her room by hanging paintings on the walls.Down to earth natural personality Alexander is very wealthy, but he is still down to earth.On cloud nine very happy Elizabeth was on cloud nine when she put on the diamond ring.
The lion's share the majority She was upset because her sister got the lion's share of the inheritance.Designed to provide the most comprehensive search experience the dictionary combines several search tools to match or suggest what you are looking for, including: Search fantail goldfish tank setup autocomplete helps you find words quickly by displaying predictions as you type.Your brother spilt ketchup on his shirt too.The team should focus on player development.Method to my madness having a purpose despite some disorganization I know my desk is a mess, but there is a method to my madness.Under my thumb under my control Mick said the girl was under his thumb.Fishy strange or suspicious Something fishy is going.I bet I think so I bet she's going to arrive late to work again.Stick-in-the-mud a dull or unadventurous person Jerry is such stick-in-the-mud.
Take with a grain of salt not take too seriously You should take everything she says with a grain of salt.
Egg someone on to urge or provoke someone The hockey player tried to egg his opponent on by dropping his gloves.