Thursday, February 1, 2018

More English Idioms for You


Clean bill of health - idiom to explain there's nothing wrong; everything's fine -


Chip off the old block  - idiom used to describe offspring when they closely resemble one or both of the parents

Chickenfeed - when small money is involved, it is called "chickenfeed" as an insult.

Chew the fat - when you "chew the fat" with someone, you talk at leisure with them -

Chew the cud - when you "chew the cud" - you think carefully about something -



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