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Idiomsort icon Brief Definition Popularity
A chip on your shoulder Easily angered or ready to start a fight with someone about anything.
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A piece of cake Easy to do or accomplish.
3
Air your dirty laundry To talk about things (usually a problem or dispute) that should be kept private.
3
At wits end Cannot think of anything else to do to solve the problem - or you have exhausted every possible solution, and nothing has worked
4
Back to the drawing board For whatever reason, usually a failure in planning or design, one has to start all over.
4
Beat around the bush To avoid or evade a topic or an issue during a conversation
5
Bite the bullet To tolerate something painful or difficult.
5
Bite the dust To crash, fail, or otherwise no longer be in contention. Can also mean to die.
3
Brownie points Fictional points one earns for doing a good deed.
5
By the skin of your teeth Barely made or accomplished.
4
Call it a night Quit for now. Stop working for the rest of the day.
5
Cash cow A cash cow is something or someone that provides a lot of money for little effort.
4
Catch wind To find out about something indirectly or through gossip
5
Chickens are coming home to roost The negative consequences of past actions are occurring.
2
Crunch time Implies that it is time to work extra hard in order to get work done on time.
4
Dime a dozen Very common.
3
Down to the wire To the last second.
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Down to the wire Running out of time, Last-minute.
4
Drop in the bucket An insignificant amount.
5
First things first Focus.
4
Get the ball rolling Get something going.
4
Half-assed Not done well, completed in a sloppy or shoddy way, not professional.
3
Have a lot on your plate To have an overwhelming amount of responsibilities at one time.
5
Hit the nail on the head To be exactly right.
4
Jump the gun To start early, or act prematurely.
5
Keep under wraps To keep something secret
4
Keep your chin up Things will get better.
5
Keep your eye on the ball Stay attentive and ready. Pay attention.
4
Kick the bucket To die
4
On the fence Undecided - to not have made up ones mind yet
5
On your toes Be ready for something to happen.
4
Out to lunch When a person has become distracted, or is daydreaming.
4
Pass the buck To shirk responsibility.
5
Roll over in his grave Implies that something would anger the referenced person who is dead if he was still alive.
4
Rub the wrong way Upset someone.
4
Rule of thumb A general guide.
3
Run out of steam To run out of energy before completing a task.
4
See eye to eye Agree with someone as to how something should be.
3
Sit tight Wait until further notice.
3
Six feet under An informal way of saying that someone has died.
3
Skeletons in the closet Embarrassing or incriminating secrets from your past.
5
Stab someone in the back To betray or deceive someone
4
Step up to the plate Do the right thing.
3
Stick your neck out To risk.
4
Through the roof When something is very high or has increased dramatically
4
Time is ripe It is a good time to do something.
4
To pull the plug Quit or end a project.
4
To stake your claim Take ownership by putting your name on it.
3
Turn a blind eye To look away as if you did not see what you really saw.
3
Under your thumb To have someone under your control.
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