ANGIELSKI IDIOMY I PHRASAL VERBS PDF
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Do you want to make something of it? If you take a straw poll, you sound a number of people out to see their opinions on an issue or topic. If someone has done something wrong or secret, but cannot hide it in their expression, it is written all over their face. Ale tak to super: If someone throws their weight around, they use their authority or force of personality to get what they want in the face of opposition.
They were acting on the instructions of senior managers. USA This idiom is used to show that something has ended and there is nothing more to say about something.
Nobody could come up with a satisfactory explanation for the accident. If someone is whistling in the dark, they believe in a positive result, even though everybody else is sure it will not happen. I can’t answer for Chuck, but I do have my own opinion. Acting on information from a member of the public, the police raided the club.
Police uniforms are blue. This idiomatic expression is used as a way of telling someone not to worry so much about their problems. It’s not fair to pick on me all the time.
If someone will do something till the pips squeak, they will do it to the limit, even though it will make other people suffer. The ;hrasal between the two angielskk went on for 20 years. Taking a bull by its horns would be the most direct but also the most dangerous way to try to compete with such an animal. If something becomes known by word of mouth, it is because people are talking about it, not through publicity, etc.
Many businesses are struggling hard to make a go of it. This idiom is used to describe a person who appears gentle, but is determined and inflexible underneath. I look forward to hearing from you soon!
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If you take the plunge, you decide to do something or commit yourself even though you know there is an element of risk involved. It comes from the sand used in hourglasses, an ancient way of measuring time.
If someone is given the third degree, they are put under a great deal of pressure and intimidation to force them to tell the truth about something. If you turn the other cheek, you are humble and do not retaliate or get outwardly angry when someone offends or hurts you, in fact, you give them the opportunity to re-offend instead and compound their unpleasantness. If you give someone a wide berth, you keep yourself well away from them phrasao they are dangerous. If something is done to pretend to be dealing with an issue or problem, rather than actually dealing with it, it is window dressing.
If circumstances change completely, giving an advantage to those who seemed to be losing, the tables are turned. If someone is very involved in something, they are up to their neck in it, especially if it is something bad or immoral. You have to be strong to get over an illness like that. Common Phrasal Verbs Bring up, fall cerbs, get over, put through If someone does something with a heavy hand, they do it in a strict way, exerting a lot of control.
If someone is on the warpath, they are very angry about something and will do anything to get things sorted the way they want. I’m sitting pgrasal your usual chair, you say? We decided to take a picnic and make a day of it.
USA If angielsi puts or throws a wrench, or monkey wrench, in the works, they ruin a pnrasal.
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Nikki was determined to make a go of the business. The more the merrier means iiomy the greater the quantity or the bigger the number of something, the happier the speaker will be.
So someone who is generous to a fault is too generous. If you walk a tightrope, you have to be very careful not to annoy or anger people who could become enemies.
She started crying and tried to break away. If the police have a zero tolerance policy, they will not overlook any crime, no matter how small or trivial. Small changes may have little effect until they build up to critical mass, then the next small change may suddenly change everything. Can you turn it up a little? I tried to break away from him, but he was holding me too tight. If you do a volte-face on something, you make a sudden and complete change in your stance or position over an issue.
The horses were enclosed in a paddock but a few of them managed to break away. I can barely hear the radio.
When we use the phrase in everyday talk, we mean that the person we are talking about tackles their problems directly and is not worried about any risks involved.