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“Be full of yourself” means “to think that you are very ​important in a way that ​annoys other ​people”. Example: Ever since she won the prize Mary’s been so full of herself that no one wants to talk. English Idioms, English Phrases, Learn English Words, English Lessons, English Vocabulary Words, Grammar And Vocabulary, Interesting English Words, Advanced English Vocabulary, Idioms And Phrases

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“Be full of yourself” means “to think that you are very ​important in a way that ​annoys other ​people”. Example: Ever since she won the prize Mary’s been so full of herself that no one wants to talk...

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Idiom of the day: Cream of the crop. Meaning: The best of all. Example: These three students are very bright. They are the cream of the crop in their class.

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"Da bomb" means excellent, the best. Example: Michael Jordan was da bomb - he was the greatest basketball player ever! Slang English, English Idioms, English Phrases, Learn English Words, English Writing, English Lessons, English Grammar, Interesting English Words, Advanced English Vocabulary

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An idiom is a phrase or a fixed expression that has a figurative, or sometimes literal, meaning.

“Stink to high heaven” means “to smell very badly”. Example: This meat smells to high heaven. English Idioms, English Phrases, Learn English Words, English Writing, English Lessons, English Grammar, Teaching English, Grammar And Vocabulary, English Vocabulary Words

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“Stink to high heaven” means “to smell very badly”. Example: This meat stinks to high heaven. Throw it away! 🎓 🇬🇧 🇺🇸 Learning English can be fun! 👍 Visit our website: learzing.com

“Dog and pony show” is a presentation which designed to impress an audience but has no real content. Example: The candidate’s speech was just a dog and pony show. English Adjectives, English Idioms, English Phrases, Learn English Words, English Writing, Learning English, English Lessons, English Language, Slang Phrases

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“Catch some rays” means “to get some sunshine, to tan in the sun”. Example: In Hawaii, I spent a lot of time lying on the beach and catching some rays.

"Up a tree" means "in a difficult situation". Example: They found the drugs in his suitcase, so he was up a tree. Slang English, English Idioms, English Phrases, Learn English Words, English Writing, English Lessons, English Grammar, Teaching English, English Language

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“Up a tree” means “in a difficult situation”. Example: They found the drugs in his suitcase, so he was up a tree.