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List of L idioms

This list of L idioms includes many frequently used idiomatic expressions in American English. You'll find idioms from other letters of the alphabet here too!

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Idiom: Take leave (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom " take leave" with lots of examples. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Leave something to be desired (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom " leave something to be desired" with lots of examples. You'll find other important idioms here with pictures to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Leave out (meaning & examples)

Learn the meaning of the idiom "leave out" with lots of examples. You'll find many important idioms here with pictures to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Lean over backwards (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "lean over backwards" with lots of examples. You'll find other important idioms here with pictures to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Leave something open (meaning & examples)

Learn the meaning of the idiom " leave something open" with lots of examples. You'll find many other idioms here with pictures to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Leave it at that (meaning & examples)

Learn the meaning of the idiom " leave it at that" with examples. You'll find other idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Leave someone high and dry (meaning & examples)

Learn the meaning of the idiom " leave someone high and dry" with lots of examples. You'll find many idioms here with pictures to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Leave someone hanging (meaning & examples)

Learn the meaning of the idiom " leave someone hanging" with lots of examples. You'll find many idioms here with pictures to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Leave something alone (meaning & examples)

Learn the meaning of the idiom " leave something alone" with lots of examples. You'll find other important idioms here with pictures and infographics.

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Idiom: Leave someone alone (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom " leave someone alone" with lots of examples. You'll find many other idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: The least you can do (meaning & examples)

Learn the meaning of the idiom "the least you can do" with lots of examples. You'll find many other important idioms here as well.

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Raining Cats and Dogs Idiom

Learn the meaning of 'raining cats and dogs' and other idioms with fun pictures and lots of example sentences. It's fun and easy!

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Idiom: Not in the least (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom " not in the least" with lots of examples. You'll find many other idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: At least (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "at least" with lots of examples. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Keep someone on a tight leash (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "keep someone on a tight leash" with lots of examples. You'll find other important idioms here that will help your English sound more natural.

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Idiom: Apple of someone's eye (meaning and examples)

Learn the idiom "apple of someone's eye" with lots of examples and a chance to practice. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom wake up and smell the coffee: Meaning and sentence examples

Learn the meaning of the idiom wake up and smell the coffee with lots of sentence examples to help you easily remember the meaning. It's fun and free.

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Head in the sand idiom (meaning and examples)

Learn the meaning of 'head in the sand' and other idioms with fun pictures and lots of example sentences. It's fun and easy!

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Idiom: Blind as a bat (meaning and examples)

Learn the idiom "blind as a bat" with lots of examples. You'll find many idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: By leaps and bounds (meaning & examples)

Learn the meaning of the idiom "by leaps and bounds" with lots of examples. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures to make learning easy.

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Idiom: Lean on someone (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "lean on someone" with lots of examples. You'll find many idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: A new lease on life (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "a new lease on life" with lots of examples. You'll find many other idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: A means to an end (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "a means to an end" with lots of examples. You'll find many other idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: A matter of time (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "a matter of time" with lots of examples and a chance to practice. You'll find many other idioms here with pictures to make learning easier.

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Idiom: A matter of life and death (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "a matter of life and death" with lots of examples. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures to make learning easy and fun.

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Learn English video featuring supermodel Gisele Bundchen

A cool learn English video featuring Brazilian babe Gisele Bundchen, who explains how she learned English on the streets of New York when she just arrived in the city at 16 years old.

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Beat the Pants Off Idiom

Learn the meaning of 'beat the pants off' and other idioms with fun pictures and lots of example sentences. It's fun and easy!

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Bore the Pants Off Idiom

Learn the meaning of 'bore the pants off' and other idioms with fun pictures and lots of example sentences. It's fun and easy!

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Idiom: A matter of doing something (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "a matter of doing something" with lots of examples. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: A marriage made in heaven (meaning & examples)

Learn the meaning of the idiom "a marriage made in heaven" with lots of examples. There are many other idioms here with pictures to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: A man of his word (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "a man of his word" with lots of examples. You'll find many other idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: A man of few words (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "a man of few words" with examples. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: A king’s ransom (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "a king’s ransom" with lots of examples. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: A kick in the pants (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "a kick in the pants" with lots of examples. You'll find many other idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: A fly on the wall (meaning & examples)

Learn the meaning of the idiom "a fly on the wall" with lots of examples. You'll find other idioms here with pictures to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: A change of pace (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "a change of pace" with lots of examples. You'll find many other idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Out of one’s league (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "out of one’s league" with lots of examples. You'll find many other idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: In the same league (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "in the same league" with lots of examples. You'll find many other idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Against the odds (meaning & examples)

Learn the meaning of the idiom "against the odds" with lots of examples and a chance to practice. You'll find many other idioms with pictures and infographics.

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Idiom: Turn over a new leaf (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "turn over a new leaf" with lots of examples and a chance to practice. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Take a leaf out of someone’s book (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "take a leaf out of someone’s book" with lots of examples and a chance to practice. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Ahead of schedule (meaning & examples)

Learn the meaning of the idiom "ahead of schedule" with lots of examples and a chance to practice. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom a hot potato: Meaning and sentence examples

Learn the meaning of the idiom "a hot potato" with sentence examples to help you easily understand and remember this English idiom. There are hundreds of other fun idioms with pictures and infographics here as well.

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Idiom: Up to one's eyeballs (meaning and examples)

Learn the idiom "up to one's eyeballs" with lots of examples and a chance to practice. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: See eye to eye (meaning and examples)

Learn the idiom "see eye to ey" with lots of examples and a chance to practice. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Leaf through something (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "leaf through something" with lots of examples and a chance to practice. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Lead someone on (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "lead someone on" with lots of examples and a chance to practice. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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Idiom: Lead off (meaning & examples)

Learn the idiom "lead off" with lots of examples and a chance to practice. You'll find many other important idioms here with pictures and infographics to make learning easy and fun.

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