Most popular idioms and phrases | English idiomatic phrases | English language idiomatic expressions | List of popular idioms and phrases | Almost all idioms and phrases are self-explanatory | SAMPLE THIS: English Idioms and Phrases -- A --ADD- It is further going to add to their woes. Centre will add more teeth to RTI law. Spiraling prices have added fuel to the fire. AIR- Clarification didn't clear the air. Money was vanishing into thin air. The air of celebration was evident outside the office. There was fear in the air. I don't give myself airs. ALL- Family couldn't sleep for all the excitement. I don't think we will be paying much more, if at all we do. If you stop woman doing anything, she wants to do it all the more. The government has failed on all fronts. The problems would be solved once and for all. You must know how to stand up against all pulls and pressures by rivals. ANY- We don't want to survive on anyone's mercy. There is little, if any doubt. We want peace at any price. We will go to any lengths to ensure that the guilty are punished. APART- In less than a fortnight of its formation, the Joint Committee for drafting the bill is falling apart. Storm has torn apart the lives of thousands of people. We are poles apart. AS- It is not the party line as of now. Other details of the plan will be disclosed to you as and when required. School, clinics will continue on a 'as is where is' basis in residential areas. AWAY- It can't be done away with. Do away with 5 day working week. Do away with the country's reputation as being tourist-unfriendly. Some More Idioms and Phrases - A-- Act ---- Launch of a missile by rival country was an act of serious provocations. Advance ---- The celebration started a day in advance. Again ---- He is at it again. Alone ---- Workers were clearly in no mood to listen let alone comply with the request. English Idioms and Phrases -- B - BACK- Fare has been hiked through backdoor. Farmers are back on the streets demanding agriculture reforms. He won two medals back-to-back. I will be back with a bang. Rumours went back and forth. The ring of a landline phone could clearly be heard in the background. There is no backdoor and open door talks with anyone. They knew the monument like the back of their hand. Turn back the pages of history. We are ready to go back a hundred steps. I don't look back in life. We broke the back of terrorist groups. We cannot turn the clock back now. We must resolve to break the back of enemy. BAD- The best of a bad bunch! The book was in bad shape. BEAR- Party would have to bear the brunt of people's anger. The city bore the brunt of the natural disaster. BEYOND- She was intelligent beyond belief. Some things are beyond punishment. BLOOD- A good book is the life-blood of its author. Travelling is in my blood from birth. BORN- He was born an American and died an American. Common man is a born loser here. Some More Idioms and Phrases -- B- Ball ---- He had tried to lob the ball in CM's court. Ball ---- Now ball is in the government's court. Bark ---- He was barking up the wrong tree. Bend -- Development Authority bent rules to allot prime plots. Beneath ---- He thinks clerical job is beneath him. Blew ---- He first blew the lid off the false encounter killing. Boon ---- It is a boon if used for our welfare and a bane if used for destruction. Bread ---- Nowadays his bread is buttered. Brick ---- Don't go down on people like a ton of bricks. Brickbat ---- We should learn to accept the brickbats with the bouquets. Buy ---- We are not buying the argument.
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