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MOST COMMON IDIOMS

To punish someone or something harshly 

Example:

He's a really strict teacher, so he'll definitely lower the boom on you if you don't do your homework.

To be thankful or grateful for one's good luck usually while avoiding a bad situation

Example:

You should count your lucky stars as you managed to avoid that violent car accident.

In a bad situation, the worst possible outcome will always happen

Example:

That one subject i didnt learn was put on the test. Bread always falls on the buttered side i guest.

NEW IDIOMS

To try to suceed or achieve something in spite of taking a risk

Example:

Some people try their luck in investing their money in stock.

Try to find errors or flaws in something through excessive analysis or criticism

Example:

It's too difficult to pick holes in his presentation. 

Cockney rhyming slang for go

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err on the side of caution

To be cautious; to plan ahead instead of taking a risk

Example:

I like to err on the side of caution and always keep some money in my savings account.

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