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Teacher Ramsy de Vos
Foreign Languages Department
English Teacher

RSS English Idioms

Feel your oats

If your are energetic and vigorous, you are feeling your oats.

Ball of chalk

If something has gone for a ball of chalk, it has gone terribly wrong.

Shake in your boots

If you shake in your boots, you are terrified.
(Quake/cower in your boots are also used. You can also shake in your shoes.)

Fill your boots

If someone tells you to fill your boots, they mean that you can help yourself to as much as you want of something.

Up in arms

If people are up in arms, they are complaining or protesting angrily about something.

Dish it out

If someone can dish it out but can't take it, they criticise people freely but dislike being criticised.

Rivers of

Rivers of indicates a large amount of moving liquid, like rivers of sweat running down someone's brow. It can be figurative like saying that rivers of blood will flow to indicate serious conflict.

Hill of beans

It something doesn't amount to a hill of beans, it is worthless. 

Catch someone on the hop

If you catch someone on the hop, you do something when they are not expecting it and are not ready.

Height of folly

If something is the height of folly, it is completely ridiculous and will end up badly.


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