Idioms (Most-Used 300+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 3

Intermediate Deck 3

Total: 20 words

on thin ice

idiom

precariously close to something that is dangerous or involves risks

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break a leg

idiom

used to wish someone good luck, especially before a show or presentation

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rain or shine

idiom

something will continue to happen without being affected by any situation

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a long shot

idiom

something done or said that has a very small chance of being successful or accurate

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boil down to

idiom

to be the most important reason or basic part of something

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free as a bird

idiom

the feeling of being carefree or living without obligations

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come to mind

idiom

the state of suddenly remembering or thinking about someone or something

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with a bang

idiom

to start, end, or return in a very exciting, very successful, or very sudden way

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let it go

idiom

to forget or stop worrying about something; to choose not to react to an action or remark

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Take it easy.

idiom

to rest, relax, or be calm

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leap of faith

idiom

to take a risk in doing or believing in something without having a rational reason or fully knowing the possible outcome

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smart cookie

idiom

an intelligent person

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poker face

idiom

a facial expression that does not show what one is thinking or feeling

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have a sweet tooth

idiom

to have a great liking for foods that are sugary or taste sweet

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black sheep of the family

idiom

to be different from and not approved by the other members of the group, usually used in the context of a family

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miss the point

idiom

to fail to understand what is important

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from rags to riches

idiom

to go from being poor to having a lot of money

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give someone a break

idiom

to not be too critical with a person given particular circumstances; to stop criticizing or ridiculing someone

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loose ends

idiom

something that has not been completed or correctly done

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on the right track

idiom

to do something correctly or well

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