Idioms Final Review idioms_final_review_2__3

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An ASL pro, proficient in ASL
As easy as pie, piece of cake
At a loss for words, speechless
Awesome, remarkable, “big” wow!
Back up
Barely, hardly, scarcely, hard to come by
Better than nothing
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8. Blow someone away
9. Came to mind
10.Chip in
11.Close call, by one’s hair. That was really close
12.Common sense
13.Compulsive liar
14.Conceited, egomaniac
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15.Darn you
16.Defeat, wipe out
17.Dirty business
18.Don’t feel like
19.Dumbfounded
20.Fall back, relapse
21.Feebleminded
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22.Financially broke
23.Gross someone out
24.Gut feeling
25.Hey, what’s up, what’s your problem
26.Hit the jackpot
27.Holy cow, whoa
28.If I were you, if I were in your shoes
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29.In one ear and out the other
30.It is of no significance, despite, regardless of
31.Jump for joy
32.Jump to conclusions
33.Keep an eye on
34.Live and learn, roll with the punches
35.Lost in thought
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36.Make a fuss
37.Messed up
38.Much better than someone
39.On the fence, ambivalent
40.Overlook
41.Pro, expert, experienced
42.Rarely
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43.Stinky, it really stinks
44.Taking advantage of (negatively)
45.That’s not what I’m talking about, not what I mean
46.That’s understandable
47.To talk on and on
48.Totally, mostly, utmost
49.Wide-awake, alert
50.Word on the street, through the grapevine
51.Worship, idolize
52.You’re crazy
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volume 2
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• Absorbed into the system, taking on other’s
culture
• Actions speak louder than words
• An open mind
• Back out
• Beat around the bush
• Blow a fuse
• Bring something up
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Broke a record, record breaking
Burning up
Catch up (on)
Cheapskate
Disappear into thin air
Do oneself a favor
Don’t be too sure
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Don’t have
Expand upon
Filthy rich
Flop, a disaster
For sure
Freak out
Go after a person
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Go from bad to worse, take a turn for the worse
Good enough for
Hands off, neutral
Have no idea
Hearing person with little understanding towards
Deaf Culture
• In the back of one’s mind
• It’s no use (doing something)
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Labeled as (an identification, identity)
Look back upon
Look down upon (negatively)
Low class, below the standard
Make me sick to my stomach
Out of the closet
Period, end of it, end of story
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Put aside something
Same old thing, same old story
Sick of it
Swallow one’s pride
Swell-head, big headed
Take a risk
Take off
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Takeover (from someone)
Talk to oneself, in a world of my own
There’s nothing to it!
Think nothing of me
Turn something down
Unskillful, not proficient, don’t know how
Venting out
Willpower
Wisecrack
Your eyes pop out of your head
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A slap in the face
About to
Add fuel to the fire
Ad-lib, remark made spontaneously without
prior preparation
• All at once
• All for nothing
• All year round
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Asked for it
Backfire on
Be my guest
Black out
Boss someone around
Break down
Break through with something
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Break up with someone
Broke down in tears
Burden someone with something
Burn out
Butt in on someone
Butterflies in one’s stomach
Calling the shots
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Cold blooded
Crack a smile
Out of business
Don’t dwell on it
Don’t judge a book by its cover
Error prone, series of mistakes
Feels good
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Few days ago
Get along
Hard with much effort
Have you been there before?
Hooked, addicted
Huge advantage
I have been noticing, I have seen this
frequently, I have particularly seen
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• Idle chitchat
• Just go right ahead, take the liberty of doing
something
• Light headed
• Mad for money
• Make up a story, fib
• Nerve, you’ve got a lot of nerve
• Never again
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No hard feelings
Nothing new
Old news
Oops
Playing the field
Shopping spree
Strangely, odd, peculiar, funny thing is
Too much money
Top-notch, top-of-the-line
Try to muddle through something

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