Idioms

IdiomLanguageEquivalentsExplanations
Tough as woodpecker lipsEnglish1
Tough as nailsEnglish1
When two people quarrel, a third rejoicesEnglish1
Chelsea SmileEnglish1
Run like the windEnglish1
BookwormEnglish3
Let ripEnglish-
hold someone / something dearEnglish-
hold someone to somethingEnglish-
kill (oneself) laughingEnglish2
to be stinking richEnglish23
to cry one's eyes out / to bawl one's eyes outEnglish7
to cry like a babyEnglish7
rep the setEnglish-
Humble abodeEnglish-
Knock (someone) down a pegEnglish-
I'm crossing my T's dotting my I'sEnglish-
to dodge (the draft)English1
Piece of workEnglish-
Mill(ing) aroundEnglish-
Every Tom, Dick and HarryEnglish2
to chew the fatEnglish3
to raise a ruckusEnglish5
None of your beeswaxEnglish-
to have a good head on (one's) shouldersEnglish2
(something) slips/slipped (someone's) mindEnglish1
to talk bunkumEnglish8
To give bad luckEnglish2
take this cup away from usEnglish7
Safe as housesEnglish-
Goose eggEnglish3
I' ll eat my hat if.....English1
Stunned mulletEnglish-
to take the rapEnglish4
Dreams are for dreamersEnglish1
to be itching (for smthing)/(to do something)English3
tо work with the left handEnglish2
Cut the cheeseEnglish-
as wise as SolomonEnglish1
ready for the takingEnglish-
to drag (one) over the coalsEnglish12
to go on a bingeEnglish5
to booze it upEnglish5
Chick flick/ Chick lit.English-
Living/Standing in tall cottonEnglish6
Cut someone some slackEnglish1
Against the grainEnglish-
Sweep under the rugEnglish2
play a good knife and forkEnglish1
to blow a gasketEnglish5
to flip outEnglish5
It just goes on and takes itEnglish-
to get in a tizzyEnglish5
To get (one's) knickers in a twistEnglish1
to get (one's) panties in a bunchEnglish1
a whole lot of nothingEnglish3
Jack of all tradesEnglish-
to get highEnglish1
to hang outEnglish2
Even if you became the sun, you wouldn`t light up the whole world.English-
leave it all to chanceEnglish1
Hold the lineEnglish1
to be full of itEnglish-
to tongue-lashEnglish12
to give fitsEnglish12
to dress downEnglish12
fail to put two and two togetherEnglish1
(It's) cactusEnglish-
set / get the ball rollingEnglish2
To search with candlesEnglish1
to lift (one's) elbowEnglish3
frame upEnglish-
to rat outEnglish2
come on!English3
good riddance to bad rubbishEnglish3
be at the tail end / be behind the curve / take the dustEnglish2
bust!English9
curtainsEnglish9
Pull (your) socks upEnglish1
Double crossEnglish3
to thumb one's nose at something/somebodyEnglish1
the golden meanEnglish3
who promised the moonEnglish3
(To be) On the ballEnglish2
(To) Twist someone’s armEnglish1
Back upEnglish-
Back downEnglish-
to cook (someone's) gooseEnglish3
it was meant to beEnglish3
a sealed bookEnglish1
on the last legEnglish1
to get knocked upEnglish1
For all I careEnglish1
EarwormEnglish-
At someone's worstEnglish9
At its worstEnglish9
to have a skeleton in the cupboardEnglish7
Stop dipping in my Kool-AidEnglish29
the apple of my eyeEnglish3
step away fromEnglish1
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