Takács János

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Idiom of the day: Break your duck. Meaning: To do something for the first time.

Idiom of the day: Break your duck. Meaning: To do something for the first time.

“Worrywart” means a person who worries too much, especially about unimportant things. Example: Don’t ​listen to him - he’s just an ​old worrywart. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Worrywart” means a person who worries too much, especially about unimportant things. Example: Don’t ​listen to him - he’s just an ​old worrywart

“Dead in the water” means “without any chance for success”. Example: I’m sure that George’s new company is dead in the water. Nobody’s interested in buying his product.

“Dead in the water” means “without any chance for success”. Example: I’m sure that George’s new company is dead in the water. Nobody’s interested in buying his product.

“Knight in shining armor” is someone who helps you when you are in a difficult situation. Example: Jason was my knight in shining armor. He brought food and newspapers every day until I got better.

“Knight in shining armor” is someone who helps you when you are in a difficult situation. Example: Jason was my knight in shining armor. He brought food and newspapers every day until I got better.

“Meal ticket” means a person who is exploited as a source of regular income. Example: The only reason Ann is staying with Tim is because he is her meal ticket. She doesn’t have any feelings for him. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Meal ticket” means a person who is exploited as a source of regular income. Example: The only reason Ann is staying with Tim is because he is her meal ticket.

“Take someone to the cleaners” means “to get a lot of money from someone, usually by cheating them”. Example: Some people say the company took them to the cleaners by charging double for some...

idiomland: “ “Take someone to the cleaners” means “to get a lot of money from someone, usually by cheating them”. Example: Some people say the company took them to the cleaners by charging double for some services. Get our apps for learning English:.

“Buy a pig in a poke” means “to buy something without seeing it or knowing anything about it”. Example: I just took the salesman’s word that this camera worked. I guess I bought a pig in a poke.

“Buy a pig in a poke” means “to buy something without seeing it or knowing anything about it”. Example: I just took the salesman’s word that this camera worked. I guess I bought a pig in a poke.

Paint yourself into a corner” means “to do something which puts you in a very difficult situation”.

“Paint yourself into a corner” means “to do something which puts you in a very difficult situation”. Example: They’ve painted themselves into a corner by promising to announce the results of their inve

“Like a cat on a hot tin roof” means “very nervous”. Example: The actor was like…

“Like a cat on a hot tin roof” means “very nervous”. Example: The actor was like a cat on a hot tin roof when he stepped on the stage for the first time before an audience.