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i have difficulty to find the meaning of the following idioms. it would be great if u could help me with these ..
- child's play
- fish for compliments
- a forgone conclusion
- round the clock
- g with a swing
- a tall order
- in tandem
I'm [have] having difficulty [to find] finding the meaning of the following idioms. it would be great if u could help me with these ..g with a swing
Hi Aminath Nanmath,
I know the idiom "in full swing" = in full operation, at the highest level of activity, as in:
"After the strike it would be some time before production was in full swing."
It is logically to assume that "in a swing" should imply about "a steady, vigorous rhythm or movement"
to go with a swing = if an event, especially a party, goes with a swing, it is very exciting and successful.
"A traditional jazz band-now that would help your party go with a swing."