English Idioms from A-Z with Examples
What is an Idiom?
What is an idiom? Learn idiom definition and idiom examples.
Idiom Definition: An idiom is a phrase or an expression that has a figurative, or sometimes literal, meaning. An idiom’s figurative meaning is different from the literal meaning.
- Hit the books: This idiom simply means to study, especially with particular intensity. It is used as a verb – hit the books.
- On the ball: this idiom is typically used to reference someone that is alert, active, or attentive. If you say someone is “on the ball”, you mean that he or she understands the situation well.
- Pull someone’s leg: this idiom means to tease someone, to lead someone on or to goad someone into overreacting.“I hadn’t pulled Ms. Jane’s leg for any of that stuff, she had just handed it to me on a platter, and that wasn’t my fault”
- Hit the sack: This idiom generally means to go to bed. You can also say “hit the hay” which has the same meaning.
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