"Square" is a boring person. Example: Michael is such a square - I've never met…

"Square" is a boring person. Example: Michael is such a square - I've never met anyone so boring.

"Grab a bite" means "to get something to eat". Example: Bob often tries to grab a bite between meetings.

"Grab a bite" means "to get something to eat". Example: Bob often tries to grab a bite between meetings.

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"Down the road" means "in the future". Example: Down the road, I’d like to study art or music.

"Toss and turn" means "to sleep badly". Example: If I drink coffee before bed, I…

Rigirarsi nel letto - "Toss and turn" means "to sleep badly". Example: If I drink coffee before bed, I…

"Put up with" means "to tolerate". Example: I can't put up with my neighbour's noise any longer - it's driving me mad.

"Put up with" means "to tolerate". Example: I can't put up with my neighbour's noise any longer - it's driving me mad.

“Sour grapes” means “when someone says negative things about something because they can’t have it”. Example: I think his comments about that new car are just sour grapes because he can’t afford.

"On pins and needles" means "worried or excited about something". - We offer free classes on the Eastern Shore of MD to help you earn your GED - H.S. Diploma. Contact Danielle Thomas 410-829-6043 dthomas@chesapeake.edu for more information, or attend any registration session.

"On pins and needles" means "worried or excited about something". - We offer free classes on the Eastern Shore of MD to help you earn your GED - H. Contact Danielle Thomas dthomas for more information, or attend any registration session.

Idiom of the day: Touch-and-go. Meaning: Very uncertain or critical. Example: Things were touch-and-go at the office until a new manager was hired.

Idiom of the day: Touch-and-go. Meaning: Very uncertain or critical. Example: Things were touch-and-go at the office until a new manager was hired.

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Idiom: "Sick as a dog" means "very sick". - Example: "Sally was as sick as a dog and couldn't go to the party.

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