Idioms and Phrases December Series: Learn a new idiom daily.

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Idioms and Phrases December Series: December 14:

Spread oneself too thin:

Meaning: Used in a context when someone gets involved in too many activities and tasks at the same time.

Example Sentence: I realized I have been spreading myself too thin So I have decided to resign from the post of secretary for the Golf club.

 Idioms and Phrases December Series: Spread oneself too thin.
Idioms and Phrases December Series: Spread oneself too thin.

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December 13:

Shoot the Breeze:

Meaning: Used in a context to describe an informal chat; to have a casual conversation.

Example Sentence: Since the Manager was on a vacation, the employees have been shooting the breeze throughout the entire day.

Idioms and Phrases December Series: Shoot the Breeze.
Idioms and Phrases December Series: Shoot the Breeze.

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December 12:

Pull out all the stops:

Meaning: Used when someone does everything possible to make it successful; take every possible step to make something a success.

Example Sentence: Adam and Samantha pulled out all the stops to make sure that the guests enjoy their wedding.

 Idioms and Phrases December Series: Pull out all the stops.
Idioms and Phrases December Series: Pull out all the stops.

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December 11:

Keep nose to the grindstone:

Meaning: Used to describe determination and dedication to achieve something.

Example Sentence: Sandra was so determined to become a doctor that she kept her nose to the grindstone entire year.

  Idioms and Phrases December Series: Keep nose to the grindstone.
Idioms and Phrases December Series: Keep nose to the grindstone.

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December 10:

Go over big with somebody:

Meaning: Used in a context when someone makes a good impression on somebody; to be successful or impressive.

Example Sentence: Samantha has shared a recipe for healthy cookies that always goes over big with kids.

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Idioms and Phrases December Series: Go over big with somebody:

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December 9:

Be too big for your boots:

Meaning: Used in a context when someone tries to act as if he is important and influential than he actually is.

Example Sentence: Sam has been getting a bit too big for his boots ever since he got a promotion.

 Idioms and Phrases December Series:  Be too big for your boots
Idioms and Phrases December Series: Be too big for your boots

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December 8:

Not break the bank:

Meaning: Usually a humorous way of telling that something would not cost much; Something which is affordable.

Example Sentence: Come on! One evening at the pub won’t break the bank.

 Idioms and Phrases December Series: Not break the bank.
Idioms and Phrases December Series: Not break the bank.

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December 7:

Bandy Words:

Meaning: Used in a context when someone gets into an argument or speaks in a rude manner.

Example Sentence: Samantha refused to forgive sam because he frequently gets into bandy words with her.

 Idioms and Phrases December Series: Bandy Words.
Idioms and Phrases December Series: Bandy Words.

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December 6:

Swallow your pride:

Meaning: If you swallow your pride, you do something even though it hurts your self-respect and feelings.

Example Sentence: I swallowed my pride to do menial jobs for a few months till I found a better job.

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Idioms and Phrases December Series: Swallow your pride:

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December 5:

Class Clown:

Meaning: A student who is funny and makes other students laugh in the class.

Example Sentence: Even today most of my classmates remember me as the class clown.

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Idioms and Phrases December Series: Class Clown:

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December 4:

Be as easy as a pie:

Meaning: Used to describe a task or activity that is easy to achieve.

Example Sentence: After so many years as a marketing consultant, finalizing business deals with clients is as easy as a pie.

Idioms and Phrases December Series: Be as easy as a pie.
Idioms and Phrases December Series: Be as easy as a pie.

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December 3:

Not one’s Cup of tea:

Meaning: Used to describe something that you don’t like or you are not interested in.

Example Sentence: I decided not to go to the restaurant with them because eating spicy food is not my cup of tea.

 Idioms and Phrases December Series:  Not one's Cup of tea
Idioms and Phrases December Series: Not one’s Cup of tea

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December 2:

Have a whale of a time:

Meaning: Used in a context to describe someone who is enjoying himself and having the best time

Example Sentence: Everyone of us had a whale of a time last weekend at Amanda’s birthday party.

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Idioms and Phrases December Series: Have a whale of a time.

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December 1:

A Piece of cake:

Meaning: Something that is easy to achieve; an easy task.

Example Sentence: I initially thought learning English was a difficult task, but learning and practicing for a few minutes every day, it turned out to be a piece of cake.

Idiom of the day - A piece of cake.
Idiom of the day – A piece of cake.

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Other Suggested Readings:  Word of the day December Series: Learn a new word every day

In the first place, We would like to thank our readers for showing us their commendable support. We have received emails from our lovely readers stating that they enjoyed learning new words every day. Some of them even stated that they started implementing it in their daily routine. For this reason, we have decided to start the same series for this month.

Some Tips to improve vocabulary:

  1. Learn new words every day so that you can increase your word power.
  2. Learning new words will not be sufficient, try to include those words in your daily conversations.
  3. Besides learning new words, Keep discussing those words from time to time. Furthermore, Discuss them with someone who is interested in vocabulary.
  4. Carry a dictionary. Wait, that doesn’t mean that you carry a huge bulky dictionary, You have many apps available on both android and ios platforms. Download them.
  5. Understand the root words. This will make your job easier.
  6. Another key point is to use flashcards to memorize new words.
  7. Read frequently.
  8. Make a note of word that you don’t know accordingly and refer that in a dictionary.
  9.  In addition to the above, you can visit us and bookmark our site: www.addicted2learn.com to learn a new word every day.
  10. Furthermore, you can also find many apps that notify you of a new word every day.

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