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Idioms to do with Crime 2/2 Mais

Idioms to do with Crime 2/2 Mais

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“Bury the hatchet” means “to make peace”. Example: Tom and I buried the hatchet and we are good friends now. Origin: This idiom originated in the 17th century in America. Native American tribes would literally bury a hatchet (a cutting tool) in the...

“Bury the hatchet” means “to make peace”. Example: Tom and I buried the hatchet and we are good friends now. Origin: This idiom originated in the 17th century in America. Native American tribes would literally bury a hatchet (a cutting tool) in the...

Shoe vocabulary in English

Shoe vocabulary in English

Do you play devil’s advocate sometimes?

Do you play devil’s advocate sometimes?

Synonyms to the word INTERESTING Other ways to say INTERESTING

Synonyms to the word INTERESTING Other ways to say INTERESTING

"Ear candy" means pleasant-sounding music. Example: Tom loves filling his iPod with his favourite ear candy and going for a long ride on his bicycle.

"Ear candy" means pleasant-sounding music. Example: Tom loves filling his iPod with his favourite ear candy and going for a long ride on his bicycle.

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