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English of the Day 20 Feb, 07:03
Idiom of the Day

💢dot the i's and cross the t's

✍🏾Meaning: If you dot the i's and cross the t's, you do something very carefully to make sure you haven't made any mistakes.

▫️For example:

🔺I've nearly finished the report. I just have to go over it once more to dot the i's and cross the t's.

🔺Why can't Jerry dot the i's and cross the t's? I always find mistakes in his work.
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English of the Day 19 Feb, 07:05
Slang of the Day

🔰piece

✍🏾Meaning: a gun

▫️For example:

🔺After he'd walked into the store, Danny pulled out a piece and demanded the money.

🔺As long as he got rid of the piece he'd used to shoot the guy, he didn't think the cops could prove he'd done it.
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English of the Day 18 Feb, 14:04
Idiom of the Day

📚ill at ease

✍🏾Meaning: If you're ill at ease, you feel tense or you can't relax in a situation.

▫️For example:

🔺Liam always looks ill at ease when he's being interviewed on T.V.

🔺I don't mean to make people feel ill at ease, but I seem to have that effect on some people.
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English of the Day 17 Feb, 07:55
Slang of the Day

🔰rock

✍🏾Meaning:
to be great, excellent

▫️For example:

🔺"House" is one of the best TV shows ever! It totally rocks!

🔺My kids really love their new computer. Little Tommy said, "It rocks, Dad!"
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English of the Day 15 Feb, 08:09
Idiom of the Day

💥feel the pinch

✍🏾Meaning:
If you are feeling the pinch, you're finding it harder to survive on your income.

▫️For example:

🔺Since the price of oil went up, lots of businesses have been feeling the pinch.

🔺Inflation has been pretty bad recently, so we've all been feeling the pinch.
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English of the Day 13 Feb, 09:58
Slang of the Day

🔰weed

✍🏾Meaning: marijuana, cannabis

▫️For example:

🔺You been smokin' that weed again? Your eyes are real red, dude!

🔺Smoking weed used to make me feel a bit scared and crazy sometimes, so I gave it up.
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English of the Day 11 Feb, 08:40
Phrasal Verb of the Day

🔰do without

✍🏾Meaning:
If you do without something, you manage to get by without it.

▪️For example:

do without sth
🔺People who are unemployed have to learn to do without some of the things they can afford when they're working.

do without sth
🔺I can't do without breakfast in the morning. It gives me the energy I need for the day.
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English of the Day 10 Feb, 08:44
Idiom of the Day

💥call it a day
❗️INFORMAL

✍🏾Meaning:
If you call it a day, you stop doing something that's usually related to work.

▫️For example:

🔺We couldn't do any more work because of the rain, so we called it a day and went home.

🔺After running a hotel for nearly thirty years, we decided to call it a day and do something else.
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English of the Day 9 Feb, 13:17
Slang of the Day

🇦🇺dag
Australian English Offensive

✍🏾Meaning:
an unfashionable or socially awkward person

▫️For example:

🔺It's weird how Greg's one of the coolest guys in the school, but his brother's such a dag.

🔺Try not to be such a dag, Kenny. And stop wearing those daggy old clothes while you're at it.

👁‍🗨Variety: This slang term is typically used in Australian English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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English of the Day 9 Feb, 13:09
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Phrasal Verb of the Day

🔰allow for

✍🏾Meaning:
to consider something, or take it into account, when making plans or making a decision

▫️For example:

allow for sth
🔺Don't forget to allow for inflation when estimating your future expenses.

allow sth for sth
🔺You should allow time for traffic jams when deciding what time to leave for the airport.
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English of the Day 7 Feb, 10:48
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English of the Day 7 Feb, 10:30
Idiom of the Day

💥above the law

✍🏾Meaning:
If someone is above the law, they are not subject to the laws of a society.

▫️For example:

🔺Just because his father is a rich and powerful man, he seems to think he's above the law and he can do whatever he likes.

🔺In a democracy, no-one is above the law - not even a president or a prime-minister.
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English of the Day 6 Feb, 14:52
Slang of the Day

🔰dead loss

✍🏾Meaning:
a person or an activity that is not effective or successful

▪️For example:

🔺The local council's "Fit in the Park" exercise program for overweight kids was a dead loss. By the second week, all the kids had dropped out.

🔺The last guy I interviewed for the job was a dead loss. He stared at the floor and gave one-word answers to my questions.
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English of the Day 5 Feb, 08:41
Idiom of the Day

💥a close shave

✍🏾Meaning: a near accident or disaster

▪️For example:

🔺I had a close shave driving home last night. A deer ran across the road in front of me and I almost drove into a tree.

🔺I was walking in the mountains when a rock crashed down onto the path behind me. I don't need another close shave like that!
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English of the Day 4 Feb, 08:04
Slang of the Day

🔰riot

✍🏾Meaning: a very entertaining event or person

▪️For example:

🔺We went down to Rio for the Mardi Gras and we had a great time. It was a riot!

🔺Theresa was a riot at the office Christmas party. She told some really funny stories and did some of the silliest dances you'll ever see.
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English of the Day 3 Feb, 08:09
Idiom of the Day

🔰To have a lot on your plate

✍🏾Meaning:
Having a lot on your plate is, quite simply, having too much to do.

You might have lots of reports to fill out, several meetings, and a number of new projects to start.

This would be considered having a lot on your plate.

🔺In context: Sorry, I can’t take on this new project; I already have a lot on my plate.
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English of the Day 1 Feb, 12:31
Slang of the Day

💥aggro
🇬🇧British English

✍🏾Meaning:
aggressive, violent

▪️For example:

🔺If you're near a British pub around closing time, be careful. People who've had a few too many drinks can get pretty aggro and they might be looking for a fight.

🔺These young guys think they have to look tough and do this whole aggro thing to get some respect.

🗨Origin: short for aggression or aggravation

👁‍🗨Variety: This slang term is typically used in British English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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English of the Day 31 Jan, 10:27
Idiom of the Day

📚get your act together

✍🏾Meaning:
If you get your act together, you greatly improve your attitude and performance in relation to something such as your work, or to life in general.

▪️For example:

🔺You're in your thirties now, so it's time you got your act together and started behaving like a mature adult.

🔺Terry is trying to get his act together and do better in all aspects of his life.
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