MOST COMMON IDIOMS

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.

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.

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

Said when someone reads books all the time

Example:

Whenever I come to visit Jenny's house, I notice that she always has her nose in a book.

To work very diligently and energetically

Example:

John works like a beaver to finish all assignments which are required to submit before May 11.

Extremely stupid

Example:

Did you follow his guide and take your mom's money? You are thick as mince.

Share your idioms

If you are really thankful, what do you do? You share.

Summit An Idiom

TODAY
out of earshot (of somebody/something)
Too far away to be able to hear the sound
Example:
I was out of earshot and could not know what they were talking.
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