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Food and Drink Idioms

Food and Drink Idioms (7)

Food Drinks idioms 7  apple polisher (someone who is nice to a person in authority): John is an apple-polisher. He will do anything for the manager. as easy as shelling peas (quite simple or easy): Learning to drive these latest automatic cars is as easy as shelling peas. In a …

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Food and Drink Idioms (6)

Food Drinks idioms 6  Since profits are higher this year, we will get a bigger piece of the pie. That’s a pretty kettle of fish – The traffic is starting to back up, and I have a flight to catch. There may be a rotten apple in the company, but …

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Food and Drink Idioms (5)

Food drink idioms 5  a grain of truth (a very small amount of truth): There is not a grain of truth in what she said. a greasy spoon (a dingy small cheap restaurant): We all got sick after eating at a greasy spoon. a knuckle sandwich informal (a punch in …

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Food and Drink Idioms (4)

Food Drink idioms 4 a smart cookie (a smart person with good ideas): Daniel surely can make this project succeed. He is a real smart cookie.  apple-pie order (very tidy and in perfect order): I always put my room in apple-pie order every evening. a rotten egg (a dishonest or …

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Food and drink idioms 3

Food Drink idioms 3  His father is a big cheeses in one of the major banks. The company uses a carrot and stick policy. The harder you work, the more you get. How to solve this problem is a real hot potato. But I love this car—I wouldn’t sell it …

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