Idioms

IdiomLanguageEquivalentsExplanations
make historyEnglish2
The time has comeEnglish1
swear blue murderEnglish2
Be flush with moneyEnglish-
ApeshitEnglish1
Il ne faut pas vendre la peau de l'ours avant de l`avoir tuéEnglish4
to be commonplaceEnglish1
Have your cake and eat itEnglish-
Geordie landEnglish-
One foot out the doorEnglish-
Sugar daddyEnglish-
Poker faceEnglish1
Point of no returnEnglish6
Line in the sandEnglish-
beyond the paleEnglish2
English #1, #2
Get blood from a turnipEnglish1
put your shirt onEnglish2
Fighting an uphill battleEnglish-
go like clockworkEnglish2
Weigh a tonneEnglish-
lay it on the lineEnglish-
Cop a feelEnglish-
s.o. catches some feelingsEnglish-
bite one's head offEnglish-
the heavy liftingEnglish-
been around the blockEnglish-
find common groundEnglish-
for crying out loudEnglish-
get the hang ofEnglish1
hit it offEnglish-
the penny dropsEnglish1
OverkillEnglish-
talk shitEnglish1
a far cry fromEnglish-
take for a rideEnglish5
to come a cropperEnglish5
Set the toneEnglish-
It's funny how the table's turnEnglish-
a grudge againstEnglish2
a pipe dreamEnglish1
Lower than a snake's belly/arseEnglish-
a hard pill to swallowEnglish-
drink the kool-aidEnglish-
got beefEnglish-
to lose one's nerveEnglish2
walls are closing inEnglish-
keep your chin upEnglish1
play the fieldEnglish1
have dirt onEnglish-
take a chill pillEnglish-
pushing up daisiesEnglish1
baby daddyEnglish-
House of cardsEnglish21
Castles in SpainEnglish21
have bats in the belfryEnglish6
dig up dirt onEnglish-
in the nosebleedsEnglish-
up to the markEnglish-
to meet halfwayEnglish-
Sea changeEnglish-
Rain checkEnglish-
Red herringEnglish-
Mend fencesEnglish-
LigurianEnglish-
Fat chanceEnglish1
Love ratEnglish1
white nightEnglish1
blinded by angerEnglish2
drunk on happinessEnglish2
High rollerEnglish-
Ballpark figureEnglish-
to queer the pitchEnglish4
put something on the long fingerEnglish5
keep on iceEnglish5
fizzle outEnglish1
end on a high noteEnglish1
avoid further disappointmentEnglish1
All things come to those who waitEnglish8
prevention is better than cureEnglish1
be firmly persuaded ofEnglish2
be firmly convinced ofEnglish2
Fall like a stickEnglish-
Rise like a rocketEnglish-
Rise like a phoenixEnglish1
(to be/become) a back numberEnglish1
(as if / must) have second sightEnglish1
Tough as woodpecker lipsEnglish1
Tough as nailsEnglish1
When two people quarrel, a third rejoicesEnglish1
Chelsea SmileEnglish1
Run like the windEnglish1
BookwormEnglish3
Let ripEnglish-
hold someone / something dearEnglish-
hold someone to somethingEnglish-
kill (oneself) laughingEnglish2
to be stinking richEnglish23
to cry one's eyes out / to bawl one's eyes outEnglish8
to cry like a babyEnglish8
rep the setEnglish-
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