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「Make up your mind」 means 「to make a decision」. Example: I have to decide which…

「Make up your mind」 means 「to make a decision」. Example: I have to decide which…

“Chicken feed” is a small amount of money. Example: It will only cost 20 dollars to place an advertisement in the newspaper. That’s chicken feed.

“Chicken feed” is a small amount of money. Example: It will only cost 20 dollars to place an advertisement in the newspaper. That’s chicken feed.

“Break the ice” means “to make people who have not met before feel more relaxed with each other”. Example: The party was dull until someone broke the ice with a joke, and we all laughed.

“Break the ice” means “to make people who have not met before feel more relaxed with each other”. Example: The party was dull until someone broke the ice with a joke, and we all laughed.

“Knock together” means “to make something ​quickly and without much ​care”. Example: We didn’t have much time, so we knocked together a salad. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Knock together” means “to make something ​quickly and without much ​care”. Example: We didn’t have much time, so we knocked together a salad. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

Idiom of the day: Live from hand to mouth.  Meaning: To have just enough money to survive.  Example: My father earned very little and there were four kids, so we lived from hand to mouth.

Idiom of the day: Live from hand to mouth. Meaning: To have just enough money to survive. Example: My father earned very little and there were four kids, so we lived from hand to mouth.

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"Get on for" means "to approach a certain age or time".  Example: He must be getting on for sixty.

"Get on for" means "to approach a certain age or time". Example: He must be getting on for sixty.

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“Bag of tricks” means “all the clever methods by which someone achieves something”. Example: I wonder what the Democrats will pull out of their bag of tricks to win the election this time.

“Bag of tricks” means “all the clever methods by which someone achieves something”. Example: I wonder what the Democrats will pull out of their bag of tricks to win the election this time.

“Fib” means a small, harmless lie. Example: I told my little son a little fib about where our pet dog went when he died. Learning English can be fun! Visit our website: learzing.com

“Fib” means a small, harmless lie. Example: I told my little son a little fib about where our pet dog went when he died. Learning English can be fun! Visit our website: learzing.com

“Black sheep (of the family)” is someone who is thought to be a bad person by the rest of his family.  Example: My father was the black sheep - he ran away at 16 to become an actor and his parents never forgave him.

“Black sheep (of the family)” is someone who is thought to be a bad person by the rest of his family. Example: My father was the black sheep - he ran away at 16 to become an actor and his parents never forgave him.