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English Idioms

Best Of Both Worlds

Best Of Both Worlds - leave (someone) alone; to stop leave & go somewhere else

  • I told my little sister to beat it. She doesn't let me do my homework.
  • I am going to beat it. I am going to go home.
  • We are going to beat it. It is getting late.
  • You should beat it. You have been here all day.
  • I wish the dogs would beat it. The dog is making a big mess.
  • The man in the libary told us, if we are not quiet, then we must beat it.
  • Lets beat it, because there is nothing to do here.

A Dime A Dozen

A Gray Area

A Lemon

A Life Saver

A Pain In The Neck

A Piece Of Cake

A Toss Up

Above & Beyond

Act Out

All Ears

All For Nothing

Ants In Your Pants

An Arm And A Leg

At The Drop Of A Hat

Anger Idioms

Back To Square One

Bad Apple

Baker's Dozen

Beat Around The Bush

Bear In Mind

Beat It


Bent Out Of Shape

Best Of Both Worlds

Beyond Help

Bird Brain

Bit The Bullet

Bitter Pill

Blow A Fuse

Blue In The Face


Break A Leg

Burn The Midnight Oil

Bust Somebody's Chops

Busy As A Bee

By Heart

By The Way

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