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Top 100 Most Common Idioms in English

This List of common idioms and sayings (in everyday conversational English), can help to speak English by learning English idiomatic expressions. This is a list, which contains exactly 100 of the most common idioms and their meaning.

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#vote #voters #stalin

Idiom: Put your best foot forward.

“Put your best foot forward” means “to do something as well as you can”. Example: Make sure you put your best foot forward for tonight’s performance.

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“Frog in my throat” means “to be unable to speak clearly because your throat feels dry or blocked”. Example: In the interview I got a frog in my throat and had to cough many times before I could answer the questions.

There are plenty of fish in the sea #English

“There are plenty of fish in the sea” means “there are lots of possible girlfriends or boyfriends in the world”. Example: Mary was not a good wife. There are plenty of fish in the sea. Learning English can be fun!

Add insult to injury #English

Aggiungere il danno alla beffa "Add insult to injury" means "to hurt the feelings of a person who is already upset". Example: He said my clothes didn't suit me, and then to add insult to injury he said I needed to lose some weight!