Idioms

Idioms and idiomatic expressions
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DRIVE UP THE WALL If somebody or something drives you up the wall, they do something that greatly annoys or irritates you.

DRIVE UP THE WALL If somebody or something drives you up the wall, they do something that greatly annoys or irritates you.

RAINDROP IN THE DROUGHT When someone is waiting for a raindrop in the drought, they are waiting and hoping for something that has little chance of happening.

RAINDROP IN THE DROUGHT When someone is waiting for a raindrop in the drought, they are waiting and hoping for something that has little chance of happening.

WEAR MANY HATS Someone who wears many hats has to do many different types of tasks or play a variety of roles.

WEAR MANY HATS Someone who wears many hats has to do many different types of tasks or play a variety of roles.

FEEL BLUE To feel blue means to have feelings of deep sadness or depression.

FEEL BLUE To feel blue means to have feelings of deep sadness or depression.

MAKE HAY WHILE SUN SHINES This expression is used as an encouragement to take advantage of a good situation which may not last.

MAKE HAY WHILE SUN SHINES This expression is used as an encouragement to take advantage of a good situation which may not last.

ON A SHOESTRING If you do something on a shoestring, you do it with very little money.

ON A SHOESTRING If you do something on a shoestring, you do it with very little money.

A HOT POTATO A hot potato is a very sensitive and controversial matter which is difficult to deal with.

A HOT POTATO A hot potato is a very sensitive and controversial matter which is difficult to deal with.

idiom of the week: BAD HAIR DAY Originating as a humorous comment about one's hair being unmanageable, this term has broadened to mean 'a day when everything seems to go wrong'.

idiom of the week: BAD HAIR DAY Originating as a humorous comment about one's hair being unmanageable, this term has broadened to mean 'a day when everything seems to go wrong'.

Idiom of this week: SNOWED UNDER  Someone who is snowed under has so many things to do, usually work, that he is unable to cope with it all.

Idiom of this week: SNOWED UNDER Someone who is snowed under has so many things to do, usually work, that he is unable to cope with it all.

idiom of the week: THE GLOVES ARE OFF This expression is used when there are signs that a fight is about to start.

idiom of the week: THE GLOVES ARE OFF This expression is used when there are signs that a fight is about to start.

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