List of idioms beginning with K English lesson
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List of Idioms beginning with K
Kick up a row- to start a fight, to create disturbance
Keep ones eye on the ball- be ready for something
keep under one's hat - They tried to keep it under their hat but it soon became obvious that she is pregnant.
keep at bay- He always tries to keep his troubles at bay when he is on holiday.
Kangaroo court- When people take the law into their own hands and form courts that are not legal, these are known as kangaroo court
Keep body and soul together- If you earn enough to cover your basic expenses, but nothing more than that, you earn enough to keep body and soul together
Keep your eye on the ball- If you keep your eye on the ball, you stay alert and pay close attention to what is happening
Know something inside out - I studied and studied for my drivings test until I knew all the rules inside out.
Know which way the wind blows- This means that you should know how things are developing and be prepared for the future
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