Idiom – (as) sick as a dog informal very sick I’m sick as a dog.
Idiom > Up to par good enough : as good as expected or wanted She was checking to see if his work was up to par. — usually used in negative statements His course work is not up to par. Read More …
to move about and turn over in bed because you are unable to sleep She was tossing and turning all night.
being publicly shown in an exhibition The photographs are on exhibit in the museum’s west wing. The painting went on exhibit last week. The painting was put on exhibit.
English Idioms With “Easy” TAKE IT EASY The expression “take it easy” is used in two ways. It means to be relaxed and not do very much activity; for example, “I had a busy week, so I’m just gonna take Read More …
to deal with a difficult situation in a very direct or confident way She decided to take the bull by the horns and try to solve the problem without any further delay.
very or typically American Baseball is as American as apple pie.
informal not at all : not nearly Their house is nowhere near as nice as yours. That is nowhere near enough water. The house is nowhere near finished.
1 : to do something very well the kitchen where a great cook works her magic 2 : to have a desired good effect It may take a few hours for the medication to work its magic.
Get Lost! “Get lost,” when used in a normal sentence, has a simple meaning: not to know where you are. For example, “I got lost in the city while looking for the subway station.” But when “get lost” is used Read More …