List of idioms beginning with G 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.
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List of Idioms beginning with G
Get off the hook- free from all obligations
Give-up the ghost- to die
Got the slap on the wrist- got light punishment
Give someone a bird- make fun
Got the wind up- to be scared
Get a raw deal- not treated equally
Gift of the gab- talent of speaking, if someone has the gift of the gab, they speak in a persuasive and interesting way
Gives cold shoulder- to ignore
Get your wires crossed- If people get their wires cross, they misunderstand each other, especially when making arrangements.('Get your lines crossed' is also used.)
Give me five- If someone says this, they want to hit your open hand against theirs as a way of congratulation or greeting
Give me a hand- If someone gives you a hand, they help you
Give someone a piece of your mind- If you give someone a piece of your mind, you criticize them strongly and angrily.
Go bananas- If you go bananas, you are wild with excitement, anxiety, or worry
Go tell it to birds- This is used when someone says something that is not credible or is a lie
Go under the hammer- If something goes under the hammer, it is sold in an auction
Graveyard shift- If you have to work very late at night, it is the graveyard shift
Grease monkey- A grease monkey is an idiomatic term for a mechanic
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