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Literal translation: to be thrown into cold water Proper English translation: to be thrown in at the deep end. Literal translation: to run into the open knife Proper English translation: to walk right into a trap. Literal translation: whinge cloth Proper English translation: whinger. Literal translation: jacket like trousers Proper English translation: same difference. Literal translation: to place every word on the gold scales Proper English translation: to take something literally.


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Literal translation: to help someone to the jumps Proper English translation: to prompt someone. Literal translation: to blow the march to someone Proper English translation: to haul someone over the coals. Literal translation: to offer someone your forehead Proper English translation: to stand up to someone.

Literal translation: to issue someone a rejection Proper English translation: to turn someone down harshly. Literal translation: to tie a bear to someone Proper English translation: to feed someone a line. Literal translation: to bestow someone a bear service Proper English translation: to do someone a disservice. Literal translation: to not be able to pass someone the water Proper English translation: to have nothing on someone.

Literal translation: to not be green to someone Proper English translation: to be unable to stand someone. Literal translation: to offer someone paroli Proper English translation: to stand up to someone. Literal translation: to give someone something sour Proper English translation: to let someone have it. Literal translation: to lead someone around by the nose Proper English translation: to lead someone up the garden path.

Literal translation: to leave someone standing in the rain Proper English translation: to leave someone in the lurch. Literal translation: to clout someone around the ear Proper English translation: to con someone. Literal translation: to bring someone round the corner Proper English translation: to do someone in kill. Literal translation: to make someone into a snail Proper English translation: to come down on someone like a ton of bricks. Literal translation: to throw the baby out with the bath Proper English translation: to throw the baby out with the bathwater. Literal translation: to pull the shorter one Proper English translation: to draw the short straw.

Literal translation: to let the cat out of the bag Proper English translation: to let the cat out of the bag. Literal translation: to buy the cat in the bag Proper English translation: to buy a pig in a poke. Literal translation: to leave the church in the village Proper English translation: to not get carried away. Literal translation: to hold the lid Proper English translation: to shut up.

Literal translation: to get the cow off the ice Proper English translation: to resolve a problematic situation. Literal translation: to be a child head Proper English translation: to be immature. Literal translation: to have a tomcat Proper English translation: to be hung-over.

Literal translation: to be given a basket Proper English translation: to be rejected. Literal translation: no sugar lick Proper English translation: not a walk in the park. Literal translation: to not have a pale glimmer Proper English translation: to not have the foggiest idea. Literal translation: to not be worth a heller Proper English translation: to not be worth a penny. Literal translation: to not give a chanterelle on something Proper English translation: to not give a damn about something.

Literal translation: bang and fall Proper English translation: suddenly.

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Literal translation: to have cabbage steam Proper English translation: to be starving. Literal translation: to cry crocodile tears Proper English translation: to shed crocodile tears. Literal translation: misery bacon Proper English translation: excess weight gained from emotional overeating. Literal translation: to hand in the spoon Proper English translation: to bite the dust. Literal translation: to have a body in the basement Proper English translation: to have a skeleton in the closet. Literal translation: louse run over the liver Proper English translation: to be peeved.

Literal translation: to read Levites Proper English translation: to tell off. Literal translation: to smell a fuse Proper English translation: to smell a rat. Literal translation: to be a morning grouch Proper English translation: to not be a morning person. Literal translation: to be as dead as a mouse Proper English translation: to be as dead as a doornail. Literal translation: more bad than right Proper English translation: not particularly good. Literal translation: my second self Proper English translation: my other self. Literal translation: to be washed with every water Proper English translation: to know every trick in the book.

Literal translation: to watch with Argus eyes Proper English translation: to watch like a hawk. Literal translation: to have got up on the wrong foot Proper English translation: to have gotten out of the wrong side of the bed. Literal translation: to be powdered with a peg bag Proper English translation: to be crazy. Literal translation: to fall into the house with the door Proper English translation: to blurt something out. Literal translation: to keep something behind the bush Proper English translation: to keep something on the down low. Literal translation: to complete a task with hanging and choking Proper English translation: to manage something by the skin of your teeth.

Literal translation: to still have a chicken to pluck with someone Proper English translation: to still have a bone to pick with someone. Literal translation: to go through thick and thin with someone Proper English translation: to go through thick and thin with someone. Literal translation: to shoot at sparrows with cannons Proper English translation: to take a sledgehammer to crack a nut. Literal translation: to play with open cards Proper English translation: to have no hidden agenda.

Literal translation: to trade lemons Proper English translation: to be unsuccessful. Literal translation: to hit the nail on the head Proper English translation: to hit the nail on the head. Literal translation: to pass the nail test Proper English translation: to pass the acid test. Literal translation: to be a snacking cat Proper English translation: to have a sweet tooth. Literal translation: to go to Canossa Proper English translation: to go to Canossa.

Literal translation: according to diagram F Proper English translation: to do something out of habit without questioning whether it is the best way. Literal translation: according to strand and thread Proper English translation: hook, line and sinker. Literal translation: to make nails with heads Proper English translation: to do the job properly. Literal translation: to not have fallen onto the mouth Proper English translation: to have a quick tongue.

Literal translation: to not be the yellow of the egg Proper English translation: to not be perfect. Literal translation: to not be the bank of England Proper English translation: to not be made of money. Literal translation: not quite kosher Proper English translation: not quite kosher. Literal translation: to not be without Proper English translation: to be quite something. Literal translation: to not be more papal than the Pope Proper English translation: to not be holier than the Pope.

Literal translation: to not be made of cardboard Proper English translation: not to be sneezed at. Literal translation: niggle nail new Proper English translation: brand spanking new. Literal translation: to be Proper English translation: to be vanilla. Literal translation: to receive headwater Proper English translation: to get the upper hand.

Literal translation: to talk without full stops and commas Proper English translation: to talk the hind legs off a donkey. Literal translation: to be old sweets Proper English translation: to be old hat. Literal translation: to pour oil into the fire Proper English translation: to add fuel to the fire. Literal translation: to let the dolls dance Proper English translation: to have a hell of a party.

Literal translation: to be a paragraph rider Proper English translation: to be a jobsworth. Literal translation: to be a bad luck bird Proper English translation: to have rotten luck. Literal translation: to be a chatter bag Proper English translation: to be a chatterbox. Literal translation: to make ruin Proper English translation: to go bust. Literal translation: to be punctual like brick layers Proper English translation: to be right on time. Literal translation: to search for the square of the circle Proper English translation: to square the circle.

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Literal translation: to have the ordeal of choice Proper English translation: to be spoilt for choice. Literal translation: to be a quarter ly drinker Proper English translation: to be a periodic alcoholic. Literal translation: to be the saving straw Proper English translation: to be the last, slim chance of rescue. Literal translation: to view the radishes from below Proper English translation: to be pushing up the daisies. Literal translation: to have a wheel off Proper English translation: to have a screw loose.

Literal translation: to pour pure wine Proper English translation: to be straight with someone. Literal translation: to be the black sheep Proper English translation: to be the black sheep. Literal translation: to have the jester in your neck Proper English translation: to be mischievous. Literal translation: to not have heard the shot Proper English translation: to be behind the times. Literal translation: to turn the skewer around Proper English translation: to turn the table on someone.

Literal translation: to break the stick over someone Proper English translation: to judge someone. Literal translation: the jumping point Proper English translation: the crux of the matter. Literal translation: to adopt the salami tactic Proper English translation: to do something in tiny steps. Literal translation: to let the pig out Proper English translation: to party hard. Literal translation: to have the muzzle full Proper English translation: to be fed up. Literal translation: to have to spoon out the soup Proper English translation: to have to face the music.

Literal translation: to be a joke biscuit Proper English translation: to be a joker. Literal translation: to be a clever dairy farmer Proper English translation: to be a clever clogs. Literal translation: to be a shot in the oven Proper English translation: to go down like a lead balloon.

Literal translation: to be a fun bird Proper English translation: to be a jokester. Literal translation: to have a sparrow brain Proper English translation: to be a bird brain. Literal translation: a storm in the water glass Proper English translation: a storm in a teacup. Literal translation: to be a schnapps thrush Proper English translation: to be a boozer. Literal translation: to have a screw loose Proper English translation: to have a screw loose.

Literal translation: to fire a shot into the blue Proper English translation: to fire a shot in the dark. Literal translation: to have pig Proper English translation: to have a stroke of luck. Literal translation: to push forcefully on the yoke Proper English translation: to buckle down. Literal translation: to feel that your tie has been stepped on Proper English translation: to be offended. Literal translation: to make oneself on the socks Proper English translation: to take off leave in a hurry.

Literal translation: to build oneself a donkey bridge Proper English translation: to create a mnemonic. Literal translation: to tip one behind the bandage Proper English translation: to knock back a drink. Literal translation: to decorate oneself with feathers that are not yours Proper English translation: to adorn oneself with borrowed plumes. Literal translation: to not let the butter be taken from your bread Proper English translation: to stick up for yourself. Literal translation: to feel as happy as a poodle Proper English translation: to feel on top of the world.

Literal translation: to behave like an elephant in a china shop Proper English translation: to behave like a bull in a china shop. Literal translation: to make oneself into a monkey Proper English translation: to make a monkey of oneself. Literal translation: fun brake Proper English translation: party pooper. Literal translation: to run the spit rods Proper English translation: to run the gauntlet.

Literal translation: to stand point on pommel Proper English translation: to be on a knife-edge. Literal translation: strong tobacco Proper English translation: strong stuff. Literal translation: to whirl up dust Proper English translation: to cause a stir. Literal translation: to be stubborn like a donkey Proper English translation: to be as stubborn as a mule. Literal translation: to be the sin ram Proper English translation: to be a scapegoat. Literal translation: to grate liquorice Proper English translation: to sweet talk. Literal translation: to cut the tablecloth Proper English translation: to cut ties with someone.

Literal translation: to paint the Devil on the wall Proper English translation: to be too pessimistic. Literal translation: to drive out the devil with the Beelzebub Proper English translation: to replace an evil with a greater evil. Literal translation: to be a footboard rider Proper English translation: to be a copycat. Literal translation: to be an unfaithful tomato Proper English translation: to be somebody who is unreliable. Literal translation: to make tabula rasa Proper English translation: to wipe the slate clean. Literal translation: dead trousers Proper English translation: nothing is happening.

Literal translation: to be a disbelieving Thomas Proper English translation: to be a doubting Thomas. Literal translation: under all cannon Proper English translation: to be lousy. Literal translation: under roof and case Proper English translation: done and dusted. Literal translation: to stand under the slipper Proper English translation: to be under the thumb. Literal translation: to go beneath the waistline Proper English translation: to go below the belt. Literal translation: to come under the bonnet Proper English translation: to tie the knot.

Literal translation: to be under one blanket Proper English translation: to be in cahoots. Literal translation: to run under further Proper English translation: to be an also-ran. Literal translation: to be over the mountain Proper English translation: to be over the worst of something. Literal translation: to pull someone over the table Proper English translation: to con someone. Literal translation: an attempt to nail pudding to the wall Proper English translation: an attempt to do something impossible. Literal translation: to have a bird Proper English translation: to have bats in the belfry.

Literal translation: to be nailed up Proper English translation: to be stubborn. Literal translation: to worsen-improve Proper English translation: to improve something for the worse. Literal translation: to smash lots of porcelain Proper English translation: to leave blood on the carpet. Literal translation: to babble fully Proper English translation: to be a chatterbox. Literal translation: to come from little wood to little sticks Proper English translation: to get lost in the details. Literal translation: from the rain under the eaves Proper English translation: out of the frying pan into the fire.

Literal translation: to turn from Saul to Paul Proper English translation: to have a change of heart. Literal translation: to be from the role Proper English translation: to have lost it. Literal translation: to be made of real grain and corn Proper English translation: to be genuine. Literal translation: to get wind of something Proper English translation: to get wind of something.

Literal translation: to run from Pontius to Pilate Proper English translation: to run from pillar to post. Literal translation: to not know anything about toots and blows Proper English translation: to not have a clue. Literal translation: to go before the dogs Proper English translation: to go to the dogs. Literal translation: to burst with envy Proper English translation: to go green with envy. Literal translation: to not see the wood for so many trees Proper English translation: to not see the wood for the trees. Literal translation: to be the choice between plague and cholera Proper English translation: to be caught between the devil and the deep blue sea.

Literal translation: to have eaten wisdom with a spoon a skimmer Proper English translation: to not be the sharpest tool in the shed. Literal translation: a hint with the fence post Proper English translation: a broad hint. Literal translation: to preach water and drink wine Proper English translation: to preach water and drink wine. Literal translation: neither fish nor meat Proper English translation: neither fish nor fowl. Literal translation: to have neither hand nor foot Proper English translation: to make no sense. Literal translation: to be away from the window Proper English translation: to be out of the picture.

Literal translation: to see white mice Proper English translation: to see pink elephants. Literal translation: when it comes thick Proper English translation: when times are tough. Literal translation: to look like suffering of Jesus Proper English translation: to look like death warmed up. Literal translation: like an ox in front of a mountain Proper English translation: at a complete loss. Literal translation: to rampage like a berserker Proper English translation: to go berserk.

Literal translation: to talk like a book Proper English translation: to have verbal diarrhoea. Literal translation: to collapse like a house of cards Proper English translation: to collapse like a house of cards. Literal translation: like a lamb being brought to slaughter Proper English translation: led like a lamb to the slaughter.

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Literal translation: like a wildfire Proper English translation: like wildfire. Literal translation: to rant like a reed bunting Proper English translation: to swear like a trooper. Literal translation: to be like fire and water Proper English translation: to be like chalk and cheese. Literal translation: to live like God in France Proper English translation: to lead the life of Riley.


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Literal translation: to be like dog and cat Proper English translation: to get along like cats and dogs. Literal translation: to look ike cabbage and beets Proper English translation: to look topsy-turvy. Literal translation: to be like misfortune and brimstone Proper English translation: to be as thick as thieves. Literal translation: to shoot out of the ground like mushrooms Proper English translation: to spring up like mushrooms. Literal translation: to stand on the mat again Proper English translation: to be back.

Literal translation: to shoot wildly into the cabbage Proper English translation: to run wild. Literal translation: to have the gear for it Proper English translation: to have what it takes to do something. We have reached out to Jonboy for comment and will update the post when we have more information. Read these stories next:. Related Video:. For some, a lipstick is just a lipstick. But for others, it's a source of strength, creativity, and expression.

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