Idiom

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Adjective

over one’s head

  1. (idiomatic) More complex or confusing than one can understand; beyond one’s comprehension.
    This is way over my head. Can you explain it more simply?

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apple of her/his eye

MEANING: someone or something that one likes a lot

EXAMPLE:

The little girl is the apple of her grandfather’s eye.

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Learn Colorful and Useful English Vocabulary!
Increase your vocabulary and speak more natural English by studying the idioms and expressions below. These are some of the most common expressions in English. Study the example sentences which show how idioms are used in context when you speak English. Have fun!

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English idioms using "Hot" آموزش اصطلاحات زبان انگلیسی

to be hot = very popular / fashionable: "Iceland is a really hot weekend destination at the moment."

a hot favourite = someone / something most likely to win: "Red Rum was always the hot favourite to win the Grand National."

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move heaven and earth

to do everything you can to achieve something:

He'll move heaven and earth to get it done on time.

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