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Idiom: The same old same old (meaning & examples)

The idiom "the same old same old" means something has stayed the same as before. These sentence examples will make the meaning very clear...

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Idiom: No offense (meaning & examples)

The idiom "no offense" is used to inform someone you don't want to offend them with what you're going to say. These examples will help clarify the meaning...

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Idiom: Up and running (meaning & examples)

The idiom "up and running" means operating or functioning normally or properly. Here are some examples of this idiom to help you understand the meaning...

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Idiom: Off and on (meaning & examples)

The idiom "off and on" means sometimes but not regularly. These sentence examples will make the meaning of this idiom easy to understand...

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Idiom: Of late (meaning & examples)

The idiom "of late" means recently or lately. These sentence examples will make the meaning of this idiom easy to understand...

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Idiom: Of course (meaning & examples)

The idiom "of course" is used in several ways including to answer "yes" and to give permission. Click here to learn the other meanings...

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Idiom: At odds with someone (meaning & examples)

The idiom "at odds" with someone or something means to not be in agreement. These sentence examples will make the meaning of this idiom easy to understand...

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Idiom: Odds and ends (meaning & examples)

The idiom "odds and ends" refers to a group of miscellaneous (often unimportant) things. These sentences will help you understand the meaning of this phrase...

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Idiom: Occur to someone (meaning & examples)

The idiom "occur to someone" means to think of or realize something. These sentence examples will help you understand and remember this phrase...

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Idiom: Rise to the occasion (meaning & examples)

The idiom "rise to the occasion" means to successfully handle a difficult situation. These examples will make the meaning of this idiom easy to understand...

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Idiom: Against the odds (meaning & examples)

The idiom "against the odds" means despite a lot of difficulty or challenges. These sentences examples will help make the meaning clear and easy to remember.

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Idiom: Take notice (meaning & examples)

The idiom "take notice" means to give attention to something. These sentence examples will make the meaning of this idiom easy to understand...

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Idiom: On short notice (meaning & examples)

The idiom "on short notice" means with a brief amount of warning. These sentence examples will help you understand and remember this phrase...

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Idiom: At a moment’s notice (meaning & examples)

The idiom "at a moment’s notice" means almost immediately. Here are several sentence examples to help you understand and use this popular English phrase...

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Idiom: There’s nothing to it (meaning & examples)

The idiom "there’s nothing to it" means something is easy to do. Here are several sentence examples to help you understand this idiom...

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Idiom: Nothing much (meaning & examples)

The idiom "nothing much" means not of great importance or not a large amount of something. These sentences will make the meaning of this idiom clear...

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Idiom: Compare notes (meaning & examples)

The idiom "compare notes" means to exchange information and opinions about something.

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Idiom: take note of something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "take note" means to pay attention or give attention to something. Here are several sentence examples to help you understand the meaning...

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Idiom: Make a mental note (meaning & examples)

The idiom "make a mental note" means to make an effort to remember something you don’t write down on paper. Here are some examples of this phrase...

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Idiom: A notch above someone (meaning & examples)

The idiom "a notch above" someone/something means something is slightly superior to someone/something else. Here are some sentence examples of this phrase...

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Idiom: Under someone’s nose (meaning & examples)

The idiom "under someone's nose" refers to something that is clearly visible and should be seen but is not noticed. Here are some sentence examples...

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Idiom: Turn your nose up at something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "turn your nose up at something" means to not like something because you think it’s not good enough for you. Here are some examples of this phrase...

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Idiom: Stick your nose into something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "stick your nose into something" means to try to find information about something that's private. Here are some examples to make the meaning clear...

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Idiom: Powder one’s nose (meaning & examples)

The idiom "powder your nose" means to go use the toilet (used for women). Here are some sentence examples to make the meaning very clear...

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Idiom: Nose around (meaning & examples)

The idiom "nose around" means to try to find information about something or someone. These examples will make the meaning of this phrase very clear...

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Idiom: Keep your nose to the grindstone (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep your nose to the grindstone" means to work very hard with out taking a break or being distracted. These examples will make the meaning clear...

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Idiom: Keep your nose out of something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep your nose out of something" means to not get involved in something or to keep something private. Here are several examples of this phrase.

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Idiom: Every now and again (meaning & examples)

The idiom "every now and again" means sometimes but not regularly or often. These sentence examples will make the meaning of this idiom easy to understand...

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Idiom: Every now and then (meaning & examples)

The idiom "now and then" means sometimes, but not regularly. These sentence examples will make the meaning of this idiom clear and easy to remember...

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Idiom: It's now or never (meaning & examples)

The idiom "it's now or never" means something needs to be done or the opportunity might not happen again. Here are some sentence examples of this phrase...

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Thanks to this cute old man who is so concerned about out planet and environment. The most interesting thing is, it is always people from developed countries

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Idiom: Keep your nose clean (meaning & examples)

The idiom "keep your nose clean" means to behave well and not get into trouble. Here are some sentence examples that will make the meaning of this phrase clear.

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Idiom: Follow your nose (meaning & examples)

The idiom "follow your nose" means to follow your intuition or move forward. These sentence examples that will make the meaning clear.

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Idiom: In the nick of time (meaning & examples)

The idiom "in the nick of time" means before the very last moment. These sentences will make the meaning of this phrase very clear.

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Idiom: Nod off (meaning & examples)

The idiom "nod off" means to begin to sleep, especially when you don't intend to. These sentences will make the meaning of this phrase very clear.

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Idiom: Get the nod (meaning & examples)

The idiom "get the nod" means to get approval or selected for something. These sentences will make the meaning of this phrase very clear.

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Idiom: A needle in a Haystack (meaning and examples)

The idiom "a needle in a haystack" describe something that's very difficult to find. These sentence examples will make the idiom easy to understand...

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Idiom: That's all I need (meaning & examples)

The idiom that's all I need refers to something bad or even worse will be added to a situation. These examples will help make the meaning clear...

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Idiom: Next to nothing (meaning & examples)

The idiom "next to nothing" means almost nothing or very little. These sentence examples will help make the meaning of this phrase very clear...

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Idiom: Next to (meaning & examples)

The idiom "next to" means almost or nearly. Here are several different sentence examples to help you understand and remember this idiom.

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Idiom: That's news to me (meaning & examples)

The idiom "that's news to me" means this is the first time the person has heard some information. These examples will help make the meaning clear...

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Idiom: Break the news to someone (meaning & examples)

The idiom "break the news" to someone means to inform someone of something bad that has happened. These examples will help you better understand this idiom...

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Idiom: Touch a nerve (meaning & examples)

The idiom "touch a nerve" means to upset or irritate someone. Here are some examples that will make the meaning of this idiom clear and easy to understand...

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Idiom: Lose one’s nerve (meaning & examples)

The idiom "lose one’s nerve" means to lose the courage to do something. These sentence examples will help you better understand and remember this idiom...

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Idiom: Get on someone’s nerves (meaning & examples)

The idiom "get on someone’s nerves" means to annoy or bother someone. These sentence examples to help you easily understand and remember this phrase...

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Idiom: In the neighborhood of something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "in the neighborhood of something" means approximately. These sentence examples to help you easily understand and remember this phrase...

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Idiom: If need be (meaning & examples)

The idiom "if need be" means if necessary. These sentence examples will make this idiom easy to understand and remember...

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Idiom: Up to one’s neck in something (meaning & examples)

The idiom "up to one’s neck in something" means to be very busy doing something. These examples will make the meaning very clear...

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Idiom: Stick one’s neck out (meaning & examples)

The idiom "stick one’s neck out" means to take a risk. These example sentences will make the meaning of this idiom clear and easy to remember.

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