List of idioms beginning with P 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 P
Pass muster- to be approved
Pick someone to pieces- to criticize sharply
Paper over the cracks- to try to hide something
Put the cart before the horse- doing things in a wrong manner
Pull up the shocks- do things in the right manner and correctly
Parrot fashion- If you learn something parrots fashion; you learn it word for word
Pay on the nail- If you pay on the nail, you pay promptly in cash
Pen is mightier than the sword- The idiom 'the pen is mightier than the sword' means that words and communication are morepowerful than wars and fighting
Pick someone's brains- If you pick someone's brains, you ask them for advice, suggestions and information about something they know about
Pieces of the same cake- Pieces of the same cake are things that have the same characteristics or qualities
Play fast and loose- If people play fast and loose, they behave in an irresponsible way and don't respect rules, etc.
Poker face- Someone with a poker face doesn't show any emotion or reaction so that people don't know what they are feeling
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