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"Up to your eyeballs in something" means "to have too much of something".  Usage…

Idioms in movies: Up to your eyeballs ("Big Stan")

"Make an ass of yourself" means "to behave stupidly and look silly". Usage in a movie ("The Breed"): - So, do you ever get tired of making an ass of yourself? - Well, actually, not really. I figure it's a part of my charm.

"Make an ass of yourself" means "to behave stupidly and look silly". Usage in a movie ("The Breed"): - So, do you ever get tired of making an ass of yourself?

Idiom of the day: Foam at the mouth. Meaning: To be extremely angry. Example: She was almost foaming at the mouth when she heard about the cost of the car repairs. Origin: Like many other idioms, it may have first been used by William Shakespeare. In...

Idiom of the day: Foam at the mouth. Meaning: To be extremely angry. Example: She was almost foaming at the mouth when she heard about the cost of the car repairs. Origin: Like many other idioms, it may have first been used by William Shakespeare.

"Put the record straight" means "to make things clear, to explain something"…

"Put the record straight" means "to make things clear, to explain something"…

“Let your hair down” means “to relax and do what you want”.  Example: It’s been such a hard week at work. Should we all go out tonight and let our hair down a bit?  Origin: This phrase originated in the 17th century, when women were expected to wear...

“Let your hair down” means “to relax and do what you want”. Example: It’s been such a hard week at work. Should we all go out tonight and let our hair down a bit? Origin: This phrase originated in the century, when women were expected to wear.

What pets do you have?  #idioms #english #learnenglish #englishidioms #dog #joke #pun #humor

What pets do you have? #idioms #english #learnenglish #englishidioms #dog #joke #pun #humor

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To pull or not to pull?  #idioms #english #learnenglish #humor #joke

To pull or not to pull? #idioms #english #learnenglish #humor #joke

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