Sunday, December 17, 2017

C Idioms Part 2

Chase rainbows
If someone chases rainbows, they try to do something that they will never achieve.

Chew the cud
If you chew the cud, you think carefully about something.

Chew the fat
If you chew the fat with someone, you talk at leisure with them.

If something is small or unimportant, especially money, it is chickenfeed.

Chip off the old block
If someone is a chip off the old block, they closely resemble one or both of the parents in character.

Clean bill of health
If something or someone has a clean bill of health, then there's nothing wrong; everything's fine.

Clean slate
If you start something with a clean slate, then nothing bad from your past is taken into account.

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