Home / Food and Drink Idioms (page 2)

Food and Drink Idioms

a different kettle of fish

different kettle of fish a different kettle of fish  (a completely different type of person or thing) My brother is a very different kettle of fish from me. Our new office is a different kettle of fish altogether.     different kettle of fish – English Vocabulary

Read More »

acquire a taste

acquire a taste acquire a taste (to start to like something over time) I acquired a taste for coffee and I want to keep it. John acquired a taste for sushi when he went to Japan.   acquire a taste – English Vocabulary

Read More »

a bunch of baloney

a bunch of baloney a bunch of baloney (nonsense, lies) I think what he says is a bunch of baloney. In the past, people thought that the universe revolved around the Earth. But now all know that those ideas were a bunch of baloney.   a bunch of baloney – …

Read More »

above the salt

above the salt above the salt (in a more honored position) Although your boss is above the salt, he still treats everyone in a very friendly way. When there is a meeting, he always sits above the salt.   above the salt – English Vocabulary

Read More »
error: Content is protected !!