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"Goody two-shoes" is a person who always does everything right and follows the rules. Example: Ann is such a goody two-shoes - she told our teacher that we forgot to hand in our homework! Slang English, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, Idioms Words, Idioms And Phrases, Grammar And Vocabulary
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"Goody two-shoes" is a person who always does everything right and follows the rules. Example: Ann is such a goody two-shoes - she told our teacher that we forgot to hand in our homework!

“Forty winks” is a ​short ​sleep during the ​day. Example: He usually has forty ​winks going ​home on the ​train. Slang English, English Vinglish, English Tips, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Study, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar
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“Forty winks” is a ​short ​sleep during the ​day. Example: He usually has forty ​winks going ​home on the ​train.

“Like two peas in a pod” means “very similar”. Example: We were like two peas in a pod – we liked all the same things, and we did everything together. English Idioms, English Phrases, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, Teaching English, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, Teaching Spanish
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“Elephant in the room” is an ​obvious ​problem that ​people do not ​want to ​talk about. Example: The fact that his brother was still living with his parents was a big elephant in the room at every family gathering. English Fun, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Study, English Words, English Lessons, English Vocabulary, English Grammar, Learn English
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“Elephant in the room” is an ​obvious ​problem that ​people do not ​want to ​talk about. Example: The fact that his 40-year-old brother was still living with his parents was a big elephant in the room...

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“Stuck in a rut” means “in a boring lifestyle that never changes”. Example: I need to ​change ​jobs - after 15 ​years here I ​feel I’m ​stuck in a rut. English Phrases, English Words, English Lessons, English Language, English Teaching Materials, Teaching English, Improve English, Learn English, Grammar And Vocabulary
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“Stuck in a rut” means “in a boring lifestyle that never changes”. Example: I need to ​change ​jobs - after 15 ​years here I ​feel I’m ​stuck in a rut.

“Not your cup of tea” means “not what you like”. Example: Thanks for inviting me, but opera isn’t really my cup of tea. Slang English, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, English Language, Vocabulary Meaning, Grammar And Vocabulary

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“Not your cup of tea” means “not what you like”. Example: Thanks for inviting me, but opera isn’t really my cup of tea.

 Example: Mrs Walker’s pie was absolutely scrummy. I had three pieces. Slang English, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, Vocabulary Practice, Grammar And Vocabulary, English Vocabulary
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"Scrummy" means very delicious. Example: Mrs Walker’s pie was absolutely scrummy. I had three pieces.

“Race against time” means “to do something very quickly”. Example: We had to race against time to finish the project before the deadline. English Vinglish, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Study, English Words, English Lessons, English Vocabulary, English Grammar, Learn English
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“Race against time” means “to do something very quickly”. Example: We had to race against time to finish the project before the deadline.

“Money laundering” means “concealing the source of illegally gotten money so that it is believed to be legitimate”. Example: One of the clubs downtown was shut down last week on charges of suspected money laundering. Slang English, English Fun, English Study, English Words, English Lessons, Learn English, English Language, Second Language, English Teaching Materials
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“Money laundering” means “concealing the source of illegally gotten money so that it is believed to be legitimate”. Example: One of the clubs downtown was shut down last week on charges of suspected...

“Be in deep water” means “to be in a difficult situation”. Example: We’re going to be in deep water if the bank refuses to authorize a bigger loan. English Idioms, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, English Language, English Tips, Teaching Vocabulary, Grammar And Vocabulary, English Vocabulary

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“Be in deep water” means “to be in a difficult situation”. Example: We’re going to be in deep water if the bank refuses to authorize a bigger loan.

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“Keep your head above water” means “to just be able to manage when you have financial difficulties”. Example: We have so little money that we can hardly keep our heads above water.

"Break the ice" means "to make people who have not met before feel more relaxed with each other". Example: The party was dull until someone broke the ice with a joke, and we all laughed. Slang English, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Grammar, Teaching English, English Language, English Tips, English Study, English Lessons
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“Break the ice” means “to make people who have not met before feel more relaxed with each other”. Example: The party was dull until someone broke the ice with a joke, and we all laughed.

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“Be alive and kicking” means “to be in good health and active”. Example: - How is your grandmother? - She’s alive and kicking!

“Drink like a fish” means “to drink too much alcohol”. Example: Jenny had two bottles of wine with her meal - that girl drinks like a fish! English Articles, English Tips, English Fun, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Study, English Lessons, English Vocabulary, English Grammar
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“Drink like a fish” means “to drink too much alcohol”. Example: Jenny had two bottles of wine with her meal - that girl drinks like a fish!

“Instafood” means food that can be prepared in 5 minutes or less. Example: We’re out of instafood so we’ll have to cook something tonight. Slang English, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Words, English Lessons, Grammar And Vocabulary, English Vocabulary, English Language Learning, Teaching English
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"Instafood" means food that can be prepared in 5 minutes or less. Example: We're out of instafood so we'll have to cook something tonight.