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    Chinks is offline Newbie
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    Please describe the meanings of the following idioms:

    1.out of the kilter
    2.too-hard basket
    3.getting over the tits

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    Re: Idioms

    Quote Originally Posted by Chinks View Post
    Please describe the meanings of the following idioms:

    1.out of the kilter - kilter - Idioms - by the Free Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.
    2.too-hard basket - Aussie Slang Dictionary
    too-hard basket
    an imaginary basket in which papers coming into an office are placed if the recipient finds them difficult and wishes to delay making a decision.
    3.getting over the tits - Urban Dictionary: getting on my tits
    Disclaimer: I am not a teacher.
    Hope this can help.: )
    Last edited by albertino; 09-Jul-2007 at 08:17.

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