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Idiom: Fall back on (meaning & examples)

The idiom "fall back on" means having something else to support someone after problem, failure, etc. These examples will help you understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Fall apart (meaning & examples)

The idiom "fall apart" means everything goes wrong and completely fails. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Fair and square (meaning & examples)

The idiom "fair and square" means something is done honestly and fairly. These example sentences will make the meaning of this idiom clear and easy to remember.

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Idiom: Face to face (meaning & examples)

Learn the meanings of the idiom "face to face" 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: Face it (meaning & examples)

The idiom "face it" is used to say it's necessary to understand something is true and accept it. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Face facts (meaning & examples)

The idiom "face facts" means it's necessary to look at the real situation and accept it. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Every man for himself (meaning & examples)

The idiom "every man for himself" means each person does what is best for himself. These example sentences will make the meaning of this idiom clear...

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Idiom: Every inch of something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "every inch of something" refers to every part of something. These example sentences will make the meaning of this idiom clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: End up (meaning & examples)

The idiom "end up" means to reach a final place or situation. These example sentences will make the meaning of this idiom clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: End of the road (meaning & examples)

The idiom "end of the road" refers to the final part of something. These example sentences will make the meaning of this idiom clear and easy to remember.

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Idiom: A wolf in sheep's clothing (meaning & examples)

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

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With eyes closed idiom meaning and sentence examples

The idiom "with eyes closed" means to be able to do something easily and effortlessly. These examples will make the meaning of this idiom easy to remember...

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To Score Something Idiom: Meaning and examples

Learn the meaning of the "to score something idiom" and other idiomatic expressions with fun pictures and lots of example sentences. It's fun and easy!

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Idiom: Tighten one's belt (meaning & examples)

The idiom 'tighten one's belt' means to spend less than usual in order to save money. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Take to someone / something (meaning & examples)

The idiom 'take to someone' means to start to like someone (or doing something). These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Take one’s chances: Idiom meaning and examples

The idiom "take one's chances" means to do something risky even though it might not succeed. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Straight from the horse's mouth (meaning & examples)

The idiom 'straight from the horse's mouth' means hearing something directly from the person who knows the most about something. Here are some sentence examples.

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Idiom: Sleep on it (meaning and examples)

The idiom 'sleep on it' means to wait until the next day, to think carefully before making an important decision. Here are some examples of this idiom...

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Idiom: Scare the pants off

The idiom "scare the pants off" means to frighten someone a lot. These example sentences will make the meaning of this idiom clear and easy to remember.

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Rolling in the aisles: Idiom meaning and sentence examples

The idiom "rolling in the aisles" means laughing loudly or uncontrollably. These examples will make the meaning of this idiom clear and easy to remember.

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Idiom: Recharge your batteries (meaning & examples)

The idiom 'recharge your batteries' means to rest or relax in order to get energy back to do things again. These examples will help you understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Raining Cats and Dogs (meaning & examples)

If it's 'raining cats and dogs' then it's raining a lot. Here are many different sentence examples to help you remember this idiom and use it correctly.

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Idiom: A race against time (meaning & examples)

The idiom 'race against time' is a situation where someone must finish something quickly, in a limited amount of time. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Put a sock in it (meaning & examples)

The idiom 'put a sock in it' is a rude way of telling someone to stop talking or be quiet. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Pig out (meaning & examples)

The idiom 'pig out' means to eat too much of something at one time. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Common Pants Idioms

Here's a list of pants idioms including definitions and examples. You'll find many other categories of idioms here too! It's exciting but keep your pants on, okay?!

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Idiom: On the ball (meaning & examples)

The idiom 'on the ball' means to be alert, focused and able to react to something quickly. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: End of story (meaning & examples)

The idiom "end of story" is used to say there will be no more discussion about an issue. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Eleventh hour (meaning & examples)

The idiom "eleventh hour" refers to the last moment or when something's almost too late. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Eat something up (meaning & examples)

The idiom "eat something up" means to really like or enjoy something. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Eat someone out of house and home (meaning & examples)

The idiom "eat someone out of house and home" means to eat a lot of food when you're at someone's home. These examples will help you understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Eat someone alive (meaning & examples)

The idiom "eat someone alive" means to make someone feel pain/guilt or suffer. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Eat one's words (meaning & examples)

The idiom "eat one's words" means to admit being wrong about something. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Eat like a horse (meaning & examples)

The idiom "eat like a horse" means to frequently eat a large amount of food. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Eat crow (meaning & examples)

The idiom "eat crow" means to admit in front of other people that you were wrong about something. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Eat away at something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "eat away at something" means to gradually make something a little smaller and smaller over time. These examples will help you understand this phrase.

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Idiom: Early on (meaning & examples)

The idiom "early on" means a short time after something has started. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Drop the ball (meaning & examples)

The idiom "drop the ball" means to stop working on something before a goal or project is completed. These examples will help you easily understand this idiom...

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Idiom: Drive to distraction (meaning & examples)

The idiom "drive to distraction" means to greatly annoy or frustrate someone. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Drive at something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "drive at something" is used to express what someone is really trying to say or suggest. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Drive a hard bargain (meaning and examples)

The idiom "drive a hard bargain" means to be good at negotiating a beneficial arrangement. These examples will help you easily understand this phrase...

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Idiom: Drag one's feet (meaning & examples)

The idiom "drag one's feet" means to procrastinate or do something very slowly because you don't want to do it. These examples will make the meaning clear...

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Idiom: Do the job (meaning & examples)

The idiom "do the job" means to get the same result as another method. These sentence examples will make the meaning of this phrase easy to understand...

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Idiom: Deck out (meaning and examples)

The idiom "deck out" means to decorate in a special way. These sentence examples will make the meaning of this phrase easy to understand and remember...

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Idiom: Dead set against something (meaning and examples)

Learn the idiom "dead set against something" means to be completely opposed to something or someone. These sentence examples will make the meaning very clear...

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Idiom: Day in and day out (meaning and examples)

The idiom "day in and day out" means every day repeatedly or regularly. These sentence examples will make the meaning very clear...

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Idiom: Day by day (meaning and examples)

The idiom "day by day" means gradually over time or something that happens regularly. These sentence examples will make the meaning very clear...

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Idiom: Day and night (meaning and examples)

The idiom "day and night" has two meanings. The first is all of the time, continually, nonstop. Click here for the second definition and sentence examples.

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