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Idiom of the Day

📚work your socks off | work your tail off

✍🏾Meaning:
If you work your socks off, or work your tail off, you work very hard.

❕For example:

🔺We had to get the job finished by Friday, so we worked our socks off to get it done on time.

🔺The sales team worked their tails off this quarter, and they've managed to beat the record for first-quarter sales figures.
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Slang of the Day

🔰ripped (1)

✍🏾Meaning:
to have well-defined muscles

❕For example:

🔺After I'd been working out in the gym for a year or so, people started saying, "You're gettin' ripped, dude."

🔺We watched a show about prisons last night, and I swear every single guy in there was ripped.
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Idiom of the Day

📚see eye to eye

✍🏾Meaning:
If you see eye to eye with someone, you totally agree with them about something.

❕For example:

🔺They don't agree about everything, but when it comes to the most important issues they see eye to eye.

🔺It's funny how they've become friends even though they don't seem to see eye to eye on anything.
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Phrasal Verb of the Day

💢come around

✍🏾Meaning:
to visit somebody, usually at their home

❕For example:

come around
🔺Why don't you come around after work and have a swim in my pool?

come around
🔺Every Tuesday night some friends come around and we play Word Up.

➕Note: "Come round" means the same thing in British English.
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Slang of the Day

🔰limo

✍🏾Meaning:
limousine

❕For example:

🔺Are we going to rent a limo and a driver for the wedding?

🔺The limo's got a TV, a computer, and a bar in the back, and about six people can sit in there.

➕Origin: short for "limousine"
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Phrasal Verb of the Day

💢talk over

✍🏾Meaning:
to discuss a situation with someone, usually before making a decision

❕For example:

talk sth over with sb
🔺I'd like to talk it over with my family first.

talk sth over with sb
🔺Before deciding whether to take the job or not, Sandra wanted to talk it over with her husband.
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Idiom of the Day

📚yellow-bellied

✍🏾Meaning:
If someone is yellow-bellied, they are not brave, or they are cowardly.

❕For example:

🔺Tony's father called him yellow-bellied when he was a five-year-old boy because he didn't want to ride a horse. Tony has never forgotten it.

🔺The whole country behaved like yellow-bellied cowards when they let a small group of cheats steal the national election.
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✅That really makes my blood boil !!!

Georgina That's the last time we give a party. It'll take ages to clean up this mess and get back to normal.
Greg Yes, look at these wine stains on the carpet and the scratch marks on the table.
Georgine I know, they'll be almost impossible to get rid of completely.
Greg Oh no! Look here, people have been stubbing their cigarettes out on the sofa.
Georgina I can't believe it ! That really makes my blood boil.
Caroline This is going to cost us a fortune.

✍🏾Explanation
:
If you say that something makes your blood boil you are emphasizing that it makes you very angry.

Example : It makes my blood boil to think two thugs decided to pick on an innocent young girl.
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