Id•i•om: A group of words established by usage as having a meaning not deducible from those of the individual words
Most rated idioms
- Have nothing between the ears
To be stupid, to have no brain or intelligence (be...
- Under the weather
To feel not well, sick
- To splice the mainbrace
To celebrate success of an event
- Holy mackeral!
Used to express a strong astonishment or surprise
- To beat around (about) the bush
To avoid discussing directly; to postpone an answe...
- Break up
To end a relationship
- A Jack of all trades
A person who is able to do well in everything
- Kick up one's heels
To have a good time, to celebrate
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