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Idiom: Kick back (meaning & examples)

The idiom "kick back" means to relax and not do much of anything. These sentence examples will help you clearly understand and remember this English phrase.

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Idiom: Kick something around (meaning & examples)

The idiom "kick something around" means to discuss something in an informal way. Check out these sentence examples of this English phrase...

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Idiom: Kick oneself (meaning & examples)

The idiom "kick oneself" means to regret or be annoyed with oneself (especially for missing an opportunity). Check out these sentence examples of this phrase...

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Idiom: Get a kick out of something/someone (meaning & examples)

The idiom "get a kick out of" means to feel amusement, delight or excitement about something or someone. Here are some examples of this idiom...

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Idiom: Keyed up (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keyed up" means to either be very excited about something or very anxious and nervous. These sentence examples will help make the meanings clear...

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Idiom: For keeps (meaning & examples)

The idiom "for keeps" means for always or to have something forever. Here are several sentence examples to help you understand and remember this phrase...

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Idiom: Keep up something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep up something" means to continue to do something. These sentence examples will help you understand and remember the meaning of this phrase...

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Idiom: Keep something to oneself (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep something to oneself" means to not tell someone about something or keep something secret. Here are some examples to make the meaning clear...

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Idiom: Keep to oneself (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep to oneself" means to stay by oneself and avoid other people. These sentence examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Keep to something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep to something" means to to follow or obey a rule, agreement or instruction. These sentence examples will help make the meaning very clear...

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Idiom: Keep quiet about something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep quiet about something" to not tell anyone about something. These sentence examples will make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: Feel free to do something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "feel free to do something" means to not hesitate to take or do something because you feel you have permission. Here are some examples of this idiom.

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Idiom: Keep someone posted (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep someone posted"means to inform someone of the status or new developments about a topic. Here are some sentence examples of this phrase...

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Idiom: Keep someone down (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep someone down" means to discourage someone or prevent them from doing something. Here are some examples to make the meaning clear...

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Idiom: Keep at something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep at something" means to persist or continue to do something that may be difficult to do. Here are several examples to make the meaning clear...

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Is beauty that important?

I think that the video was pointless, the things that have been said in that video could have been said by each one of us. I think that looks are powerful,

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Idiom: Keep something down (meaning & examples)

Learn the meanings of the idiom "keep something down" with lots of sentence examples and a chance to practice.

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Idiom: Keep after someone (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep after someone" means to to repeatedly remind someone to do something. These examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember.

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Idiom: Keep abreast of something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep abreast of something" means to make sure you have the most recent and important information about something. Here are some examples of this phrase...

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B Idioms - Important English Idioms Beginning with letter "B"

This B idioms list includes words beginning with the letter B. "In brief," I've "broken down" these idioms "bit by bit" so you can "breathe easy" and have fun.

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Idiom: At once (meaning & examples)

The idiom "at once" means immediately or simultaneously. These sentence examples will help make both meanings clear and easy to remember.

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Essential O idioms in English

This O idioms list will get you “OFF and running” to learning common idioms. Did it “OCCUR to you” that learning idioms could be fun? it's true...

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Idiom: Over and over (meaning & examples)

The idiom "over and over" means repeating many times. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember.

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Idiom: Over with / over and done with (meaning & examples)

The idiom "over with" means to finish something that you should do but don't want to do. Here are several examples to make the meaning clear...

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Idiom: At the outside (meaning & examples)

The idiom "at the outside" is used to say something is the largest possible amount or number. These examples will make the meaning clear...

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Idiom: On the outs (meaning & examples)

The idiom "on the outs" means to no longer be communicating or not friendly towards someone. These examples will help make the meaning clear...

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Idiom: On your own (meaning & examples)

The idiom "on your own" means being or doing something alone or not having support from others. Here are some examples of this idiom...

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Idiom: Owe it to someone (meaning & examples)

The idiom "owe it to someone" means you have an obligation or duty to do something for someone. Here are some examples of this English idiom...

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Idiom: Go into overdrive (meaning & examples)

The idiom "go into overdrive" means to try or work extremely hard to do something. Here are some examples to help you understand and remember this phrase...

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Idiom: Overdo it (meaning & examples)

The idiom "overdo it" means to work too hard doing something that you become sick, injured or tired. Here are some examples of this phrase...

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Idiom: You can say that again (meaning & examples)

The idiom "you can say that again" means used to say you strongly agree with something that someone said. These examples will help you understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Out of it (meaning & examples)

One of the meanings of the idiom "out of it" is to feel disoriented or confused. Click here for the other meaning and lots of sentence examples...

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Idiom: Out loud (meaning & examples)

The idiom "out loud" means to voice something so others can hear it. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: Get out from under something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "get out from under" means not being controlled by someone else any longer. These sentences will make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: Out of order (meaning & examples)

The idiom "out of order" means something is not working or is broken. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: In short order (meaning & examples)

The idiom "in short order" means very fast. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: Keep one’s options open (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep one’s options open" means to wait further before making a choice

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Idiom: Wide open (meaning & examples)

The idiom "wide open" means not decided or determined yet. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: Own up (meaning & examples)

The idiom "own up" means to admit you did something wrong or tell the truth. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: In the open (meaning & examples)

The idiom "in the open" means to become known to everyone or not secret. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: Open up (meaning & examples)

The idiom "open up" means to speak honestly and freely about something personal. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember.

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Idiom: Open to something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "open to something" means to be willing to consider something. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: Only too (meaning & examples)

The idiom "only too" is used to gladly accept something or to say something is true or exists to a greater degree than you would like. Here are some examples...

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Idiom: Only just (meaning & examples)

The idiom "only just" is used to emphasize that something recently happened. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: One up (meaning & examples)

The idiom "one up" means to have an advantage over someone or something. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: One by one (meaning & examples)

The idiom "one by one" means one thing or person immediately after another. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: One and the same (meaning & examples)

The idiom "one and the same" is used to emphasize two things or people are actually the same.

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Idiom: One and only (meaning & examples)

The idiom "one and only" refers to the only person or type of something. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: One after the other (meaning & examples)

The idiom "one after the other" means one thing is followed by the next person or thing. These sentence examples will help make the meaning clear...

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