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English Idioms

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English IdiomMeaning
all hands on deckused to indicate that the involvement of all members of a team is required
all thumbsphysically awkward
armpit ofthe ugliest or worst place in a particular city or area
at handreadily accessible when needed
at one's fingertipsto know something extremely well
bad hair daya day on which everything seems to go wrong
balls outwith maximum effort, energy, or speed, and without caution or restraint
to be loadedto be rich
to beat around the bushto treat a topic, but omit its main points, often intentionally
better late than neverit is better to do something or arrive after the expected time than not do it or arrive at all
between the devil and the deep blue seato have two choices that are both equally unpleasant or not convenient
a bird in the hand is worth two in the bushsaid when you recognize that you should not risk losing something you already have by trying to get something you think might be better
Bite me!used to express defiance against or contempt for someone
to bite the bulletto get something over with because it is inevitable
black sheepa member of a family or group who is regarded as a disgrace to it
a blessing in disguisesomething that seems bad or unlucky at first, but results in something good happening later
to boggle one's mindto shock or confuse someone
boneheada stupid person
boon and banesomething that is both a benefit and an affliction
brain teasera problem for which it is hard to find the answer
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