English Idioms

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Random Idioms

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Call it a day

The idiom "call it a day" is commonly used to indicate that something has reached its end or completion. It can also be used to signify the end of a meeting, task, project, or activity.

On the same page

The idiom "on the same page" refers to being on the same level of understanding or agreement about something. It means that everyone involved is aware of each other's thoughts, feelings, and intentions.


"Copycat" is an idiom that refers to someone who imitates the behavior or actions of another person, often without any originality or creativity.

Recharge one’s batteries

The idiom "recharge one’s batteries" means to rest or take a break from doing something in order to refresh one's energy, mind or body. It is often used when someone needs a break from mental or physical activity to regain their strength or focus.

When the chips are down

The idiom "when the chips are down" refers to a time or situation when things are serious, critical, or at their worst. It's often used to describe a point of no return, where all options have been exhausted and there's no turning back.