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  1. unregerstiered
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    Cool idiom help

    Hi
    i need help with the figurative meaning of these idioms

    1.
    bark is worse than their bite
    2. Pull wool over your eyes
    3. knock on wood
    4.play with fire
    5.preachinh to the choir
    6. pull your leg
    7. shoot from the hip
    8.the shoe is on the other foot
    9.shape up or ship out
    10.jump the gun
    11 jump on the bandwagon
    12 jump ship
    13 get the ducks in a row

    Thanks

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    Re: idiom help

    This is a very big homework assignment. If you would please register as a user, and then make a good attempt to find all of the answers on your own, one of the teachers here will be glad to help you check it.

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