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English Idioms and Idiomatic Expressions
Lists of idioms used in everyday conversational English, with their meaning.
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be not just another pretty face

To have distinguishing achievements, intelligence, skills, or abilities beyond what was or may have been assumed.

Sure I know how to fix your computer; I'm not just another pretty face, you know!
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2021-02-16 05:16:35 an ivory tower

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You can say someone's in an ivory tower if they're in a place that separates them from everyday life, such as a university.

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People often complain that academics stuck in their ivory towers don't really understand the problems of the average person.

Peter's dream is to get tenure in a university and spend the rest of his life hidden away in an ivory tower.
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jungle telegraph

An informal means of communication or information, especially gossip. Used most commonly in the phrase "hear (something) on the jungle telegraph." (Analogous to "hear (something) through the grapevine.") Primarily heard in UK.


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2021-02-15 05:15:04 cross that bridge when we come to it

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You can say "we'll cross that bridge when we come to it" if someone mentions a problem that might occur in the future, but you want them to think about what's happening now instead.

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Jenny worries too much about things that might happen in the future, so people are always saying "We'll cross that bridge when we come to it" to her.
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2021-02-13 21:07:16
jump at the chance (to do something)

To accept or seize with alacrity an opportunity (to do something)


Mark complains about his teaching job a lot, but I knew if he were offered a tenured position in the school, he would jump at the chance.
When our manager said she was leaving the company, I jumped at the chance to fill the job.

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