body idioms

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meaning of the most common body idioms
Macosé EOI Avilés
Flashcards by Macosé EOI Avilés, updated more than 1 year ago
Macosé EOI Avilés
Created by Macosé EOI Avilés almost 7 years ago
1977
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Question Answer
pretend not to notice turn a blind eye to something
be very clumsy be all fingers and thumbs
say something that upsets somebody put your foot in it
very scary hair-raising
win easily win hands down
understand something difficult get your head round something
extremely sad and moving heart-rending
make fun of somebody pull someone's leg
delicious, tasty mouth-watering
totally overwhelmed by work up to your neck in it
treat something with contempt turn your nose up at something
be a sympathetic listener be a shoulder to cry on
feel very nervous before you do something have butterflies in your stomach
stop yourself from laughing keep a straight face
María José Díaz EOI Avilés www.inglesenaviles.blogspot.com.es
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