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Idiom of the day: Under the weather. Meaning: To feel ill. Example: I’m feeling a bit under the weather and need to go home.

"Fib" means a small, harmless lie. Example: I told my little son a little fib ab. Slang English, English Phrases, English Idioms, English Lessons, English Grammar, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, Advanced English Vocabulary, English Vocabulary Words

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“Nab” means to catch someone doing something wrong. Example: Some kids were nabbed while stealing sweets from the store.

“Forty winks” is a ​short ​sleep during the ​day. Example: He usually has forty ​winks going ​home on the ​train. Slang English, English Vinglish, English Tips, English Phrases, English Idioms, English Study, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar

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“Forty winks” is a ​short ​sleep during the ​day. Example: He usually has forty ​winks going ​home on the ​train.

Idiom: Dog and pony show. Meaning: A presentation which is designed to impress and audience and has no real content. English Phrases, English Idioms, English Lessons, English Grammar, Teaching English, Learn English, English Language, English Writing, Interesting English Words

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“Go back to square one” means “to start from the beginning”. Example: If this guy rejects our offer, we’ll have to go back to square one and start the whole recruitment process again. Get our apps for. English Vocabulary Words, English Phrases, English Idioms, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, Learn English, English Language Learning, Teaching English

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“Go back to square one” means “to start from the beginning”. Example: If this guy rejects our offer, we’ll have to go back to square one and start the whole recruitment process again.

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