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PostSubject: Body Idioms   Sun May 03, 2015 12:56 am



   Body Idioms


   Here are 8 idioms related to the body:


   * Let your hair down: Have fun and be more relaxed than usual.
   - I really let my hair down at the party last night

   * Neck and neck: Equal/nearly equal in a race or contest.
   - They were neck and neck in the race.

   * Turn a blind eye (on something): To pretend that something which is important is not important by ignoring it.
   - I noticed that the fridge wasn’t working, but I turned a blind eye on it. Now I’m suffering with food poisoning!

   * Breathe down someone’s neck: Follow closely, with persistence; refuse to leave alone.
   - My boss won’t leave me alone! Heطs always breathing down my neck to try and get me to work harder!

   * Have two left feet: To be bad at dancing
   - I’m useless at dancing. I’ve got two left feet.

   * Give someone the cold shoulder: Unfriendly treatment of a person
   - My colleagues gave me the cold shoulder when I didn’t go to the Christmas party.

   * Get something off your chest : Tell something which is troubling you to someone so it doesn’t bother you anymore
   - I talked to my friend for three hours yesterday and was finally able to get my problems off my chest

   * Give someone a pat on the back: To give someone praise
   - He was given a pat on the back by his neighbors for his efforts to save the forest at the end of the road from being burnt down.
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