metaphorical_expressions

metaphorical_expressions - to irritate by opposing to throw...

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Match the expressions with their meanings. to be all ears to be sleepy to have a feather in one’s cap to deceive to be the apple of one’s eye to rain very heavy to be heavy eyed to be paying close attention. to be hard of hearing to keep silent to have one’s heart in one’s mouth to tell what should be kept secret to lead dog’s life
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Unformatted text preview: to irritate by opposing to throw dust in the eyes to have something to be proud of. to hold ones tongue to be almost deaf to rain cats and dogs to be somebody especially dear to rub the wrong way to have wretched life to let the cat out of the bag to be frightened Dr. Iffat Sardharwalla August 2006...
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