-->

English The Easy Way

Get it on Google Play

English Idiom

Train Wreck


Train Wreck – a person whose life is a total mess; someone that is having a hard time in life

  • My friends sister is a train wreck, after her husband died.
  • I am very happy, that my life is not at train wreck.
  • My teacher helped my friend's mother, because she was a train wreck.
  • Jim is a train wreck, because he lost his job.
  • My friend is a train wreck, because her mother is ill.
  • What do you do when you feel like your life is a train wreck?
  • I feel like my life is a train wreck.

Take It With A Grain Of Salt

Tear Apart

Tight Race

Time Flies

Ticked Off

Tie The Knot

Top It Off

The Lights Are On But Nobody Is Home

The Proof Is In The Pudding

Think Outside The Box

Throw In the Towel

Too Bad

Top Dog

Train Wreck

More English Idioms

English Idioms Beginning With A

English Idioms Beginning With B

English Idioms Beginning With C - D

English Idioms Beginning With E - F

English Idioms Beginning With G

English Idioms Beginning With H - I - J

English Idioms Beginning With K - L

English Idioms Beginning With M

English Idioms Beginning With N

English Idioms Beginning With O

English Idioms Beginning With P - Q

English Idioms Beginning With R

English Idioms Beginning With S

English Idioms Beginning With T

English Idioms Beginning With U - W - X - Y - Z