Izzy Schultze-Idioms and Their Figurative Meanings
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Idioms and Their Figurative Meaning.
By : Izzy Schultze
Resource: Idioms site.com
Idiom: At the drop of a hat. Figurative Meaning: Someone is willing to do something immediately.
Idiom: between a rock and a hard place. Figurative Meaning: A person is stuck between two very bad options.
Idiom: Cup of Joe Figurative meaning: a cup of coffee
Hi I am Joe
Idiom: Knock on wood. Figurative meaning: Someone tapping their knuckles on wood in order to avoid bad luck.
Idiom: over my dead body Figurative language: When you absolutely will not allow something to happen.
Cause now I am flying
He meant it when he said over my dead body
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