English Idioms About “Weather” Idiom: Have a face like thunder Meaning: This idiom is used to describe a person who is angry or upset about something. Example: She had a face like thunder when she discovered the truth.

English Idioms About “Relationship” Idiom: Bad blood Meaning: Unpleasant feeling between different people. Example: There is bad blood between Nancy and Leila. They are rarely in good terms with each other.

English Idioms About “Relationship” Idiom: Go against the flow Meaning: To do the opposite of people do and not accept things as thy are. Example: In his last speech, the leader of the opposition went against the flow and declared…

English Idioms About “Age” Idiom: Tender age Meaning: A young age. Example: It’s easier to learn languages at a tender age.

English Idioms About “Music” Idiom: Have to face the music Meaning: Accept or face the unpleasant consequences of one’s actions. Example: Leila didn’t manage to finish the job on time and had to face the music.

English Idioms About “Clothes” Idiom: The boot is on the other foot Meaning: (Also the shoe is on the other foot) said about a change of positions when someone whon was in a weaker situation is now in strong position.…

English Idioms About “General” Idiom: Behind bars Meaning: In jail or prison. Example: That guy over there has been behind bars for five years.

English Idioms About “Science” Idiom: On the same wavelength Meaning: Thinking in the same pattern or in agreement. Example: They’ve done a good job because they were on the same wavelength.

English Idioms About “Furniture” Idiom: Lie like a rug Meaning: To lie like a rug means to tell lies shamelessly. Example: She says she didn’t kill him, but the detective knows she’s lying like a rug.

English Idioms About “General” Idiom: To pull the trigger Meaning: 1. To fire a gun. 2. To commit to a course of action. Example: Some traders are too afraid to pull the trigger and just watch the market without ever…