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Transcript of Idiom
Cool as a cucumber
Idiomatic meaning: Being very calm and relaxed even in
Example sentence:Despite the mishap Margaret
was cool as a cucumber.
Cat's got your tongue.
Cat catch your tongue
Idiomatic meaning:It means that your don't know what to say.
Example Sentence:Why you let the cat got your tongue at the debate?
Bored the pants.
get the blues
Idiomatic meaning:to become sad
Example Sentence:The dull cloudy weather has caused me to get the blues.
Color of blue
AS busy as a beaver
Idiomatic Meaning: very busy.
Example Sentence: I have been as busy as a beaver all morning.
The beaver is very busy.
Idiomatic Meaning:an important person, a leader
Example Sentence: The new director was a big wheel in his previous company.
big cheese, gun, wheel
All hands on the deck
Idiomatic Meaning: everyone must work together because
they have a lot of work to do
Example Sentence:The captain called for all hands on deck
as the storm became stronger and stronger.
Put all people's hands on the deck.
Hit the books
Idiomatic Meaning: to study.
Example Sentence: The test is going to be on next week so, he decided to hit the book.
Hit the book.
Zip your lip
Idiomatic Meaning:to keep something secret
Example Sentence: You must not tell anyone who won the contest! We will announce it on the morning news show tomorrow, so please, zip your lip.
Zip the lip.
Until you're blue in the face
Example Sentence:You can beg until you're blue in the face, but I still won't let you drive my brand new Nissan 370Z Coupe!
The face become blue.
As cool as cucumber.
Idiomatic Meaning:to make someone feel very bored
Example Sentence:The new teacher bored the pants off the students.
bored the pants off (someone)