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List of idioms beginning with T English lesson

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This lesson is following on from small list on English idioms, again you will be able to use the list below to learn any idioms that you read about or hear about you don't understand.

How do I use this online English book of idioms and phrases?

Click on each letter of the alphabet to get the list of the idioms with an explanation of each.

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List of Idioms beginning with T

Threaded his way out- walked carefully through.

Take the cloth- to become a priest.

Talk turkey- to discuss a problem with a real intension to solve it.

Tit for tat- an action done to revenge against a person who has done some wrong to you

To crow over- to triumph over someone

to blow a fuse- to turn someone angry

though thick and thin- under all conditions

to bell the cat- to take great risks

To look through colored glasses- to look the things not as they are

Taking to a brick wall- taking with a no response

Turned a deaf ear- disregarded

Take a back seat- choose to decrease involvement

Tables are turned- When the tables are turned, the situation has changed giving the advantage to the party who had previously been at a disadvantage

Take someone under your wing- If you take someone under your wing, you look after them while they are learning something

Take your medicine- If you take your medicine, you accept the consequences of something you have done wrong

Talking to a brick wall- If you talk to someone and they do not listen to you, it is like talking to a brick wall

Taste of your own medicine- If you give someone a taste of their own medicine, you do something bad to someone that they have done to you to teach them a lesson

The apple does not fall far from the tree- Offspring grow up to be like their parents

Through thick and thin- If someone supports you through thick and thin, they support you during good times and bad

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