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50 Most Commonly Used English Idioms and Phrases

50 Most Commonly Used English Idioms and Phrases

Hit the hay – go to bed – “I have to get up early for work tomorrow, so I think I’d better hit the hay.” Up in the air – uncertain and with an unknown result – “The whole future of the project is still up in the air.” Stabbed in the back – to do something harmful to someone who trusted you – “He had been lied to and stabbed in the back by people that he thought were…

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Previous Year SSC Idioms and Phrases

Previous Year SSC Idioms and Phrases

Sweeping statement – Thoughtless statement All at sea – Puzzled Enough rope – Enough freedom for action By fits and start – Irregularly Fell foul of – Got into trouble with Token strike – Short strike hold as warning Face the music – Get reprimanded Look down upon – Hate intensely Flogging a dead horse – Wasting time in useless effort Under a cloud – Under suspicion Green thumb – To have a natural interest Played havoc – Caused destruction…

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