Sunday, September 4, 2016

English Idioms "B" Part 6

Blow hot and cold

When you blow hot and cold on an idea, your attitude and opinion
 keeps changing; one minute you are for it, the next you are against.

Blow off steam
You yell, shout, throw things to express your anger or frustration.

Blow the cobwebs away

Requires a change of thinking or environment or
something to bring in fresh views and ideas.

Blow your stack

When you lose your temper.

Blue blood

Someone with blue blood is royalty.

Bolt out of the blue

If something happens unexpectedly and suddenly, it is like a lightning bolt
out of the blue.

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