few idioms ...
Hi, I don't know it these are exactly idioms, but I'm gonna write them here - can anybody help with their meanings?
1.be like a blind dog without a bone
2.to be born like a rolling stone
3.to have halo hanging over somebody's head
4.to take a pass on the pass
5.it can be mind
7.novocaine (this is probably just made up word..?)
Thanx all who can help with this!!!!!
...sorry about that, I've just found this word in a dictionary. I really didn't have a clue it's a pill...
Re: few idioms ...
1- It must be very frustrating for a blind dog, because it's harder for it to find a bone
2- A rollling stone keeps moving, so a person who doesn't settle down is a rolling stone
3- If something is hanging over your head, it is a burden, so here it sounds as if the person feels that they are forced to behave in a good way. rather than give in to their impulses, etc
4- Not too clear, but it could be that the person is saying no to a romantic or sexual offer
5- Unclear again, but it could mean that something is imaginary not real
6- Not making progress?
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