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On Ice

On Ice - to put off an idea, plan or proposal until a future time

  • I am going to put the party on ice for a while.
  • The city is going to put the building plans on ice. I hope they are going to discuss the building plans soon.
  • The idea of adding on the house was put on ice. We just do not have the money to do it.
  • I wanted to look for a new job, but I decided to put the idea on ice for a while.
  • Are you going to university this year or are you going to put it on ice?
  • Our wedding has been put on ice because of Covid-19.

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On Ice

Out Of Control

Off The Wall

On Its Last Leg

On Your Toes

Off The Top Of My Head

Of Age

Off The Hook

Once In A While

Out Cold

On Thin Ice

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Out Of Work

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Oddball

Off The Beaten Path

Off Your Rocker

Off-duty

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On Edge

On (someones) Mind

On The Ball

On The House

Once In A Blue Moon

Out Of The Blue

Over My Dead Body

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