Idiom: There are many ways to skin a cat
Meaning: This is an expression meaning there are many different ways of doing the same thing.Country: International English | Subject Area: Animals | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- More than one way to skin a cat
- By the skin of your teeth
- All skin and bone
- Save your skin
- Play out of your skin
- Skin in the game
- Banana skin
- Skin and bones
- Under your skin
- No skin off my nose
- Waste of skin
- No two ways about it
- Wouldn't pull the skin off a rice pudding
- Jump out of one's skin
- Beauty is only skin deep
- Skin someone alive
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