Do you split hairs? #idioms #english #learnenglish #englishidioms

Idiom of the day: Split Hairs. Meaning: To concentrate on unimportant details.

Idiom: Sleep on it

Idiom of the day: Sleep on it. Meaning: To wait until the next day before making a decision. Sleep on it, and let me know tomorrow.

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Idiom of the day: Be full of Hot Air. Meaning: To talk a lot, especially without saying anything of value or meaning.

Idiom of the day: Pull your socks up. Meaning: To improve your work or behaviour. #idiom #idioms #english #learnenglish #socks

Idiom of the day: Pull your socks up. Meaning: To improve your work or behaviour. Example: He’s going to have to pull his socks up if he wants to stay in the team.

Idiom of the day: Face the music. Meaning: To accept responsibility for something you have done. #idiom #idioms #english #learnenglish

Idiom of the day: Face the music. Meaning: To accept responsibility for something you have done. Example: Mary broke a dining room window and had to face the music when her father got home. Origin: The most common theory is that it comes from the.

Idiom of the day: Be in deep water.  Meaning: To be in a difficult situation.  #idiom #idioms #english #learnenglish #deepwater

Idiom of the day: Be in deep water. Meaning: To be in a difficult situation. Example: We’re going to be in deep water if the bank refuses to authorize a bigger loan.

Do you know anyone who has a sugar mama? #idioms #english #learnenglish #englishidioms

Idiom of the day: Sugar Mama. A wealthy woman who gives money or gifts to a younger man in return for sex or companionship.

Idiom of the day: At the drop of a hat. Meaning: Without any hesitation, instantly. #idiom #idioms #english #learnenglish

Idiom of the day: At the drop of a hat. Meaning: Without any hesitation, instantly. Example: I’d quit my job at the drop of a hat if I didn’t have a family to support.

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