Age Idioms

Age out  at something:  to reach the age limit. He has aged out of the special students scholarship program. Dog’s

Book Idioms

A closed book Eg: I’m a scientist, so art will always be a closed book to me. An open book

Country Idioms

Take French leave Eg: The driver had taken French leave To go Dutch Eg: Sally said she wouldn’t let a

Fruit Idioms

The apple of your eye E.g. She has three children, but her youngest son is the apple of her eye.

Idioms of Time

Buy time E.g. She is just stalling to buy time. Do time E.g. He did time in a California prison.

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

Love Idioms

Fall In Love With Somebody Eg: I think I’m falling in love with my best friend. What should I do?

Mother Idioms

  A mama’s boy E.g. I thought I loved him until I realized he was a momma’s boy who can’t

Number Idioms

Take French leave Eg: The driver had taken French leave To go Dutch Eg: Sally said she wouldn’t let a

People Idioms

Born optimist Eg: I admire Jamal because he always sees the sunny side of life. He’s a born optimist. Culture

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