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“Monkey on your back” is a serious problem that will not go away. Example: That huge credit card payment is a real monkey on his back.

“Monkey on your back” is a serious problem that will not go away. Example: That huge credit card payment is a real monkey on his back.

“Crack someone up” means “to make someone laugh”. Example: That comedian really knows how to crack up an audience.

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"Wet behind the ears" means "young and inexperienced". Example: John is too young to take on a job like this! He's still wet behind the ears!

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Put Your Cards On The Table

Idiom of the day: Put your cards on the table. Meaning: To tell honestly what you think or what you plan to do. Example: She thought it was time to put her cards on the table and tell him that she had no intention of marrying him.

BUTTER SOMEONE UP: to flatter someone. History: Ancient Indian custom involved throwing balls of clarified butter at statues of the gods to seek favour.

BUTTER SOMEONE UP: to flatter someone. History: Ancient Indian custom involved throwing balls of clarified butter at statues of the gods to seek favour.