"Sit tight" = (idiom) to wait patiently and take no action.  For example "G-DRAGON told Jo to sit tight and wait for his return before deciding on which car to buy."      #idiom #gdragon #english #sittight

"Sit tight" = (idiom) to wait patiently and take no action. For example "G-DRAGON told Jo to sit tight and wait for his return before deciding on which car to buy." #idiom #gdragon #english #sittight

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"Smell a rat" = (idiom) to suspect that something is wrong; to sense that something dishonest is happening  For example "When the laptop that Jo fixed  for $2000 didn't turn on Master Splinter smelled a rat."   #idiom #tmnt #mastersplinter

"Smell a rat" = (idiom) to suspect that something is wrong; to sense that something dishonest is happening For example "When the laptop that Jo fixed for $2000 didn't turn on Master Splinter smelled a rat." #idiom #tmnt #mastersplinter

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"Ace in the hole" = (idiom) a hidden or unrevealed strength; an advantage that is kept secret until it has to be used  For example "It is wise to not underestimate Gambit because he always has an ace in the hole." #xmen #idiom #english

"Ace in the hole" = (idiom) a hidden or unrevealed strength; an advantage that is kept secret until it has to be used For example "It is wise to not underestimate Gambit because he always has an ace in the hole." #xmen #idiom #english

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"Take no prisoners" = (idiom) to be very determined and not care about other people's feelings when trying to achieve something.  When he becomes angry Luffy takes no prisoners. He will do whatever it takes to achieve his goal of becoming the Pirate King.  #idiom #onepiece #takenoprisoners

"Take no prisoners" = (idiom) to be very determined and not care about other people's feelings when trying to achieve something. When he becomes angry Luffy takes no prisoners. He will do whatever it takes to achieve his goal of becoming the Pirate King. #idiom #onepiece #takenoprisoners

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"Once in a blue moon" is an idiom that we admins use fairly regularly. It means "very rarely" or "extremely infrequently." In other words it describes an activity or event that almost never happens.  For example "Nan drinks wine once in a blue moon: only when her parents come over with a bottle of an expensive vintage."     #idiom #english #onceinabluemoon #bleach #rukia

"Once in a blue moon" is an idiom that we admins use fairly regularly. It means "very rarely" or "extremely infrequently." In other words it describes an activity or event that almost never happens. For example "Nan drinks wine once in a blue moon: only when her parents come over with a bottle of an expensive vintage." #idiom #english #onceinabluemoon #bleach #rukia

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Looking for words to describe a talkative/wordy person? Try "garrulous" "loquacious" "verbose" "diffuse" "effusive" "voluble" "gabby" "gushing" and "prolix." #vocabulary #talkativewords #deadpool #garrulous #loquacious #verbose #diffuse #effusive #voluble #prolix #english #sat #testprep

Looking for words to describe a talkative/wordy person? Try "garrulous" "loquacious" "verbose" "diffuse" "effusive" "voluble" "gabby" "gushing" and "prolix." #vocabulary #talkativewords #deadpool #garrulous #loquacious #verbose #diffuse #effusive #voluble #prolix #english #sat #testprep

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"A bridge too far" is a fairly common idiom that means "a step or act that is regarded as being too ambitious or drastic to take" or "something that is very difficult to achieve." For example "Trying to raise her semester grade from a C to an A in just three weeks proved a bridge too far and Nan ended up falling way short of her goal."  #idiom #english #abridgetoofar #esl #efl

"A bridge too far" is a fairly common idiom that means "a step or act that is regarded as being too ambitious or drastic to take" or "something that is very difficult to achieve." For example "Trying to raise her semester grade from a C to an A in just three weeks proved a bridge too far and Nan ended up falling way short of her goal." #idiom #english #abridgetoofar #esl #efl

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ℹ "Steal someone's thunder" is a common idiom that means 'to do what someone else was going to do before they do it especially if this takes success or praise away from them.' For example "Robert's mom stole his thunder by announcing his engagement on her Facebook page before he had a chance to tell everyone in person." #idiom #english #stealsomeonesthunder #grammar #esl #efl #englishexpressions #enel #eneru #thundergod

ℹ "Steal someone's thunder" is a common idiom that means 'to do what someone else was going to do before they do it especially if this takes success or praise away from them.' For example "Robert's mom stole his thunder by announcing his engagement on her Facebook page before he had a chance to tell everyone in person." #idiom #english #stealsomeonesthunder #grammar #esl #efl #englishexpressions #enel #eneru #thundergod

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The idiom "on the ball" means "quick to understand and react to things." For example "Because Peter didn't get any sleep last night he is not on the ball today."  In terms of the picture whoever came up with idea for a KFC-Dragon Ball Z promotion was on the ball.  #english #idiom #kfc #dragonballz #ontheball #beontheball #esl #efl

The idiom "on the ball" means "quick to understand and react to things." For example "Because Peter didn't get any sleep last night he is not on the ball today." In terms of the picture whoever came up with idea for a KFC-Dragon Ball Z promotion was on the ball. #english #idiom #kfc #dragonballz #ontheball #beontheball #esl #efl

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"Talk to the hand" is a common idiom that means 'I don't want to hear what you're saying'; for example if someone complained about you gossiped nonstop or nagged you to do something you might tell them "Talk to the hand."   #english #idiom #talktothehand #esl #efl #deidara

"Talk to the hand" is a common idiom that means 'I don't want to hear what you're saying'; for example if someone complained about you gossiped nonstop or nagged you to do something you might tell them "Talk to the hand." #english #idiom #talktothehand #esl #efl #deidara

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