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“Bite someone’s head off” means “to speak to someone in an angry way”. Example: I only asked if I could borrow your bike. There’s no need to bite my head off! Want to learn English? Choose your topic.

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“Blow your own trumpet” means “to ​tell everyone ​proudly about ​your ​achievements”. Example: I hate the way Barry always blows his own trumpet, and I get sick of hearing about all the amazing things.

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Idiom: Bend over backwards - to try very hard to do something - Example: I keep bending over backwards to lose weight, and I’ve only lost five pounds!