Once In a Blue Moon – Idiom of the Day

Once In a Blue Moon – Idiom of the DayMeaning:To do something rarely or something that happens very occasionally.Origin:This idiom ‘Once in a blue m...

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Bosom Friend – Idiom of the Day 

Bosom Friend – Idiom of the Day Meaning: A close confidante/friendHistory: History dates back to the early sixteenth and eighteenth century. There are ref...

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Be Taken Aback – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS

Be Taken Aback – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking.Definition: were very surprised (If a boat is taken aback, it is suddenly attacked from behind.)Examp...

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Hit the sack – Idiom of the Day

Hit the sack – Idiom of the DayMeaning: To go to bedHistory:The history dates back to the 1903 Olympics when the phrase was used with “hay” instead of “sa...

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Hold Your Horses – Idiom of the Day

Hold Your Horses – Idiom of the DayMeaning:A way of telling somebody to slow down or stopHistory:There have been a variety of sources documenting the use...

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Jumping the gun – Idiom of the day

Jumping the gun – Idiom of the dayMeaning:to do something too soon, especially without thinking carefully about it.History:During the track and field race...

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