Idioms With Human Body

  • Head start

E.g. You’ve got a head start over / another’s trying to get the job because you’ve got relevant work experience.

  • Sight for sore eyes

E.g. You’re a sight for sore eyes!

  • A weight off your shoulders

E.g. Talking over my problem with my close friend was a weight off my shoulders.

  • Pain in the neck

E.g. This calculus homework is a real pain in the neck.

  • Gut feeling

E.g. Jennifer’s mother had a gut feeling that something was wrong when her daughter wasn’t home by 10 o’clock.

  • Hands are tied

E.g. I’d like to raise people’s salaries but my hands are tied.

  • Joined at the hip

E.g. Amy and her boss were joined at the hip; you never saw one without the other.

  • Week at the knees

E.g. The thought of kissing him made me go weak at the knees.

  • Achilles heel

E.g. Maths has always been my achilles heel.

  • Find your feet

E.g. Did it take you long to find your feet when you started your new job?

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