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“Mad as a hatter” means “completely insane”. Example: If the prime minister thinks that people will be happy to pay higher taxes, he must be as mad as a hatter.

“Mad as a hatter” means “completely insane”. Example: If the prime minister thinks that people will be happy to pay higher taxes, he must be as mad as a hatter.

"Lush" means someone who drinks too much alcohol.  Example: Tom is the biggest…

"Lush" means someone who drinks too much alcohol. Example: Tom is the biggest…

"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder" means "different people have different opinions about what or who is beautiful".  Example: It’s true that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I haven’t found any of Mary’s boyfriends attractive.

"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder" means "different people have different opinions about what or who is beautiful". Example: It’s true that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I haven’t found any of Mary’s boyfriends attractive.

“Be full of yourself” means “to think that you are very ​important in a way that ​annoys other ​people”. Example: Ever since she won the prize Mary’s been so full of herself that no one wants to talk to her.

“Be full of yourself” means “to think that you are very ​important in a way that ​annoys other ​people”. Example: Ever since she won the prize Mary’s been so full of herself that no one wants to talk.

Idiom of the day: Off the cuff. Meaning: Spontaneous; without preparation or rehearsal. #idiom #idioms #english #learnenglish

Idiom of the day: Off the cuff. Meaning: Spontaneous; without preparation or rehearsal. Example: Some of the best comic performances in history have been completely off the cuff.

The middle of nowhere

“The middle of nowhere” is a remote and isolated place. Example: The hotel I booked was in the middle of nowhere so it was nice and quiet.

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