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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. English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, Grammar And Vocabulary, English Phrases, English Idioms, English Vinglish, English Lessons, English Grammar, Vocabulary Activities

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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.

And as my Uncle Eugenics likes to add as a clever rejoinder."Satisfaction brought it back. English Phrases, English Idioms, English Words, English Vocabulary, English Grammar, English Tips, English Fun, English Study, English Lessons

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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. Learn English Grammar, English Vocabulary Words, English Phrases, English Idioms, English Language Learning, Teaching English, Deep English Words, English Tips, English Fun

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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.

Let sleeping dogs lie - don't disturb a situation if it might cause trouble. English Vocabulary Words, English Phrases, English Idioms, English Writing, English Words, English Grammar, English Study, Learn English, English Tips

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Idiom: Let sleeping dogs lie Meaning: Don’t disturb a situation if it might cause trouble

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Idiom of the day: Kick the bucket. Meaning: To die. Example: Didn’t you hear? He kicked the bucket. Had a heart attack, I think. Origin: Possibly related to an old and outdated second meaning of the word “bucket”, which was a wooden frame on which an. English Tips, English Study, English Lessons, Learn English, English Phrases, English Words, English Grammar, English Language, Grammar And Vocabulary

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Idiom of the day: Kick the bucket. Meaning: To die. Example: Didn’t you hear? He kicked the bucket. Had a heart attack, I think. Origin: Possibly related to an old and outdated second meaning of the...