American Idioms, Meaning and Example Sentences PDF Worksheet For Students and Kids
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Of the night (At all hours): It means very late, all the time of the night.
Example: Her mother was very worried and thought of her at any time of the night.
All bets are off: Indicates that all bets on the tender are closed.
Example: I was going to bid, but all bets are off.
Blow smoke: This statement means that a person exaggerates things more than they should be and makes them look like they are doing a job they cannot do.
Example: In the evening, he commented on the whole match and blow smoke like he was a football player.
To make matters worse: A statement that an event that is in a bad condition has become worse.
Example: John had an accident by car to make matters worse, he had some fractures in his feet and hands.
At each other’s throats: It means that people fight and argue with each other in the face of an event, situation and action.
Example: They spoke very badly and Mark at each other’s throats.