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EnglishOftheDay
19 Oct, 14:51
Idiom of the Day

💥middle-of-the-road

Ⓜ️eaning:
✍🏾If something is middle-of-the-road, it'll appeal to the majority of people and not be radical or challenging.

❗️For example:

🔺My daughter says most of the music I like is boring, middle-of-the-road stuff that's only good for putting you to sleep.

🔺Most political parties are middle-of-the-road these days, and it's hard to find any real differences in their policies.
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EnglishOftheDay
17 Oct, 01:00
Slang of the Day

🔰Yo!
🇺🇸American English

Ⓜ️eaning: a greeting, like "Hey!"

❗️For example:

🔺"Yo, Jerome! What's up bro?"

🔺I was walking along the street when I heard this kid yell "Yo, Mikey! What's happenin' man?"

💥Note: "Yo!" is used mostly by African-Americans, or by people who are influenced by African-American culture and style.

🗨Variety: This slang term is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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EnglishOftheDay
16 Oct, 01:50
Idiom of the Day

🔰go over big /ˈgoʊ ˈoʊvɚ ˈbɪg/
✔️ definition of GO OVER BIG
❗️informal
💢: to be successful or well-liked

❕For example:
🔺Here's a recipe for healthy cookies that always goes over big with kids. [=that children like a lot]
🔺The pie went over big with the guests.

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16 Oct, 01:45
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Phrase of the day

📒I can't put my finger on it📒

📝We use this expression to say that we can't explain or fully understand something.

Written: ✖️Spoken: ✔️Formal: ✖️Informal: ✔️

💥Example1️⃣
🅰️She looks different, doesn't she?
🅱️Yes, I can't put my finger on it. Has she changed her hair?

💥Example 2️⃣
🅰️Why don't you like Sam?
🅱️I don't know. I can't put my finger on it. I just feel we can't trust him.
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15 Oct, 22:53
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EnglishOftheDay
15 Oct, 22:47
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Slang of the Day

🔰redneck
🇺🇸American English Offensive

✔️Meaning: a lower-class white person from a rural background

📌For example:

🔺We were driving through Alabama when we saw some rednecks riding in the back of a pick-up truck drinking whiskey from a bottle.

🔺If it wasn't for the redneck vote, the Republicans wouldn't have won the election.

✨Origin: Originally referred to working-class white people from the southeastern states of the USA. These people often worked outside as farmers or labourers, and they'd often have red necks as a result of sunburn.

💥Variety: This slang term is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.

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EnglishOftheDay
15 Oct, 22:44
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15 Oct, 16:49
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Idiom of the Day

📗the cream of the crop

✔️Meaning: If something or someone is in the cream of the crop, they are among the best of a class of things or people.

⚡️For example:

▪️The cream of the crop of this year's high-school graduates will get into the best universities, as usual.

▪️We're only interested in the cream of the crop, so don't send us any second-rate samples.

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EnglishOftheDay
15 Oct, 16:44
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15 Oct, 09:45
Slang of the Day

💥 dicey
/ˈdaɪsɪ/
💯Meaning: risky, unsafe, dangerous

❗️For example:

▪️Skating on an ice-covered lake in spring is always a bit dicey.

▪️Marty was warned that the investment was dicey, but he went ahead and put money into the business anyway. Luckily for Marty, the company did very well.
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13 Oct, 09:03
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11 Oct, 10:30
Slang of the Day

💥tee off
🇺🇸American English

💢Meaning: to make someone angry, to annoy

❗️For example:

🔺He really teed his girlfriend off when he said he couldn't go out because he had to watch a football game on TV.

🔺Ken teed me off when he said he couldn't pay back the money he owed me.

🗨Variety: This slang term is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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EnglishOftheDay
9 Oct, 11:44
Idiom of the Day

💥quick as a flash | quick as a wink | quick as lightning

💢Meaning: If you're as quick as a flash, or quick as a wink, or quick as lightning, you're very quick.

❗️For example:

🔺Jimmy knew the answer and, quick as a flash, he put up his hand.

🔺Rafael is a big guy for a tennis player, but he's as quick as lightning when he's running around the court.
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EnglishOftheDay
7 Oct, 20:50
Slang of the Day

💥wicked
🇬🇧British English


💢Meaning: very good, excellent, outstanding

❗️For example:

🔺We saw this new band last night and they were wicked. Go and see them next time they play.

🔺Where'd you get the jacket, Dave? It's wicked.

👁‍🗨Variety: This slang term is typically used in British English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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EnglishOftheDay
7 Oct, 12:31
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7 Oct, 12:28
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Slang of the Day

🔰hooky | hookey
🇺🇸American English

☑️Meaning: (in phrase play hooky) to stay away from school or work without permission

✨For example:

🔹Let's play hooky tomorrow and go watch the golf. Things are pretty quiet at work anyway.

🔹When I was a kid, I was caught playing hookey when school inspectors nabbed us at the mall.

💥Variety: This slang term is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
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EnglishOftheDay
7 Oct, 11:36
Idiom of the Day

🔰a slap on the wrist

💢Meaning: ➡️If someone gives you a slap on the wrist, they give you a mild punishment for making a mistake or doing something wrong.

❗️For example:

🔺The tribunal didn't think it was a serious offence, so they just gave him a slap on the wrist. All he got was a warning.

🔺Some of our players got a slap on the wrist for getting to the training session late. The coach warned them not to be late again and then made them do twenty push-ups.
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EnglishOftheDay
6 Oct, 06:01
Slang of the Day

💥nab

☑️Meaning: to catch someone doing something wrong

❗️For example:

🔺Drug testers have nabbed another professional cyclist for taking steroids.

🔺Some kids were nabbed while stealing sweets from the store.
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5 Oct, 20:45
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5 Oct, 20:37
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Slang of the Day

📌geezer
Offensive

📝Meaning: an old person

📍For example:

🔺I'm late because I got stuck behind some old geezer at the bank who took ages to sort out his stuff.

🔺One day I'll be one of those old geezers who sit in the park all day playing chess and checkers.
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