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English Idioms and Idiomatic Expressions
Lists of idioms used in everyday conversational English, with their meaning.
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2021-02-22 05:15:03 paint the town red

Meaning

If you paint the town red, you visit bars, nightclubs and other nightspots to have a good time.

For example

It's Ian's birthday so he's going out with some friends tonight to paint the town red.

Going out and painting the town red is great fun, but you can't do it every night.

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2021-02-21 23:23:36
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2021-02-21 05:15:03
keep in step with the times

To be, strive to be, or appear to be contemporary, fashionable, and/or relevant in modern times.


There are as many who want the church to maintain its traditional values as there are those who think it must keep in step with the times.
As information becomes more readily available in a digital format, publishers are going to have to change their methods if they want to keep in step with the times.

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2021-02-21 05:15:02 don't hand me that story

Meaning
Don't tell me that lie; don't try to pass that off as the truth; don't tell me that familiar story.

For example

I want to know why you're so late coming home. And don't hand me that story about wanting to catch up with friends!
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2021-02-19 05:15:03
keep a sharp lookout (for something or someone)

To remain vigilant or carefully watchful (for something or someone).


Keep a sharp lookout for the health inspector, we heard he'll be doing a surprise inspection someday soon.
They should be arriving any minute, so keep a sharp lookout.Keep a sharp lookout for a Christmas present we could give your mother.

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2021-02-19 05:15:03 a new lease of life

Meaning

If someone has a new lease of life, they have a new enthusiasm for living.

For example

After recovering from her illness, Kathy had a new lease of life and made lots of plans for the future.

When my uncle quit drinking it gave him a new lease of life and he started doing things he hadn't done for years.


Note
The variation "a new lease on life" is used in American English.

Variety
This idiom is typically used in British English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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2021-02-18 05:15:04
on a lark

On a whim or fancy; for fun or as a joke.


On a lark, we all decided to ditch our Friday classes and drive to New York City for the weekend.
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2021-02-18 05:15:04 a drop in the ocean

Meaning

If an amount is a drop in the ocean, it's a very small portion of the amount that's needed.

For example

Our government's sending a thousand tons of food, but that's just a drop in the ocean compared to what's needed.

I know twenty dollars is just a drop in the ocean, but if everyone gave that much it'd make a big difference.


Note
The U.S. equivalent is "a drop in the bucket".

Variety
This idiom is typically used in British English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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2021-02-17 05:16:39
receive (one's) just deserts

To receive that which one deserves, especially a punishment or unfavorable outcome. (Note: The phrase is often misspelled as "just desserts," due to the pronunciation of "deserts" and "desserts" being the same in this context.)

The CEO cheated his clients out of nearly $4 million, but he received his just deserts when he was stripped of everything he owned and sent to prison.
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2021-02-17 05:16:39 light at the end of the tunnel

Meaning
If you can see light at the end of the tunnel, you can see some sign of the end of a difficult period.

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After the leaders met for talks, people are seeing light at the end of the tunnel for the first time since the war began.
Even if you can't see any light at the end of the tunnel yet, don't give up. Things will eventually get better.
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