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    #71

    Re: Idiom dictionary

    Quote Originally Posted by feby ayumi View Post
    thats cool..

    but how to remember all of the stuff ??
    with alphabate or meaning

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    #72

    Re: Idiom dictionary

    Quote Originally Posted by Littlejenny View Post
    we can google all the idom heh , it's not ' a hard nut to crack'



    Not hard but not sure about all idom.,in Googal.check your list.

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    #73

    Re: Idiom dictionary

    Thanks a bunch! should have kind of signal in frequently use idioms, like you said, it's too much to remember.

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    #74

    Re: Idiom dictionary

    Thank`s for you work!

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    #75

    Re: Idiom dictionary

    Thanks!
    My favourite is "Raining cats and dogs". Do you know why it is called so?

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    #76

    Talking Re: Idiom dictionary

    The expressions are so good, cannot love it more. Thanks so much.

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    #77

    Lightbulb Re: Idiom dictionary

    Hello, that's a good reference. Thanks for the efforts for pointing it out.

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    #78

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    Thanks for sharing this idiom dictionary here. Great to have to this dictionary, this dictionary is very helpful for me.

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    #79

    Re: Idiom dictionary

    Excuse me, I'm new here. I would like to know what it means if someone was beside himself. I just like the context 'beside himself' and saw this phrase in a couple of books. Thank you!

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    #80

    Re: Idiom dictionary

    It means he was very angry.

    Please start new threads for such questions. There's a section to ask abut idioms: https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/forums/28-English-Idioms-and-Sayings.

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