List of human body parts idioms beginning with K and meanings
How the idioms are listed
There are 3 parts to each idioms the first part is what the idiom is, then an explanation of what it means and the last part is an example of how to use it in a sentence.
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Human body parts idioms beginning with K
keep body and soul together
- to stay alive, to survive
The girl has been working very hard to keep body and soul together after her illness.
a kink in one's neck
- a cramp in one's neck that causes pain
I have a kink in my neck and it hurts when I turn my head.
know (something) in one's bones
- to know and sense something, to have an intuition about something
I know it in my bones that I am not going to pass my English exam.
know where all the bodies are buried
- to know all the important details and secrets about something
Our new boss knows where all the bodies are buried in our company and knows how to keep a secret.
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