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"Feather your own nest": to use your position to get a lot of money for yourself. Example: While the boss feathered his own nest, his company was firing a lot of employees.

“Feather your own nest” means “to use your position or your job to get a lot of money for yourself”. Example: While the boss feathered his own nest, his company was firing employees by the hundreds.

Here's a SUPER COOL IDIOM! ⚛️ Let me know in the comments things that are not "rocket science". For example: "I think that "English grammar is not rocket science."   #English #idiom #learnEnglish #inglés #vocabulary

Here's a SUPER COOL IDIOM! ⚛️ Let me know in the comments things that are not "rocket science". For example: "I think that "English grammar is not rocket science.

IDIOM: to take the cake Example: "Bush was a questionable president, but Trump really takes the cake." #English #idiom #learnEnglish #inglés

IDIOM: to take the cake Example: "Bush was a questionable president, but Trump really takes the cake.

LOVE IDIOM: tie the knot  Valentine's Day / St Valentine

LOVE IDIOM: tie the knot Valentine's Day / St Valentine

LOVE IDIOM: a blind date  #StValentine #ValentinesDay

LOVE IDIOM: a blind date #StValentine #ValentinesDay

Can you fill the gap? 🤗  #English #idiom #preposition #money

Can you fill the gap? 🤗 #English #idiom #preposition #money

Are you in two minds about anything?  #English #idiom #learnEnglish #inglés

Are you in two minds about anything?

NEW IDIOM: in one's birthday suit!  Example: "And there he was, in his birthday suit, sunbathing like there was no one else on the beach."  Did you know this one?

NEW IDIOM: in one's birthday suit! Example: "And there he was, in his birthday suit, sunbathing like there was no one else on the beach.

Time for a new idiom. :) l‬

Time for a new idiom.

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Too much of a good thing is a bad thing!

English idioms: Fight like cat and dog – to argue violently all the time

English idioms: Fight like cat and dog – to argue violently all the time

NEW IDIOMATIC EXPRESSION: quality time Example: "Father and son always try to spend some quality time at weekends."

NEW IDIOMATIC EXPRESSION: quality time Example: "Father and son always try to spend some quality time at weekends."

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