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English Idioms

Lighten Up

Lighten Up - to be less serious; to be less; to relax; to be less strict

  • My mother needs to lighten up about my grades in school.
  • The couch told everyone to lighten up about losing the game.
  • Mary needs to lighten up over politics. There is no reason to be so upset.
  • We lost the bet. You need to lighten up.
  • I crashed my dad's car. He is very upset. I told him to lighten up, because I could of been hurt.
  • It was great to see our teacher lighten up after the exam.

Knock

Keep An Eye On

Keep A Straigt Face

Kill Time

Keep Cool - With Voice/Audio

Keep Your Word

Kicked The Bucket

Kill Two Birds With One Stone


Lighten Up

Let The Cat Of The Bag

Lose Your Temper

Look On The Bright Side

Love To Death

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