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"Go at" means "to attack someone". Example: The two boys were going at each other like mad dogs.

"Go at" means "to attack someone". Example: The two boys were going at each other like mad dogs.

"Ear candy" means pleasant-sounding music. Example: Tom loves filling his iPod with his favourite ear candy and going for a long ride on his bicycle.

"Ear candy" means pleasant-sounding music. Example: Tom loves filling his iPod with his favourite ear candy and going for a long ride on his bicycle.

"Scrummy" means very delicious. Example: Mrs Walker’s pie was absolutely scrummy. I had three pieces.

"Scrummy" means very delicious. Example: Mrs Walker’s pie was absolutely scrummy. I had three pieces.

Idiom Land - App "Drop the ball" means "to make a mistake, to fail". Example: Thomas dropped the ball when he forgot to pick his girlfriend up at the train station.

Idiom Land - App "Drop the ball" means "to make a mistake, to fail". Example: Thomas dropped the ball when he forgot to pick his girlfriend up at the train station.

“Yakety-yak” means “to talk nonstop about nothing”. Example: Every time my aunt calls, I know I’m going to be on the phone at least an hour listening to her yakety-yak.

“Yakety-yak” means “to talk nonstop about nothing”. Example: Every time my aunt calls, I know I’m going to be on the phone at least an hour listening to her yakety-yak.

“Forty winks” is a ​short ​sleep during the ​day. Example: He usually has forty ​winks going ​home on the ​train.

“Forty winks” is a ​short ​sleep during the ​day. Example: He usually has forty ​winks going ​home on the ​train.

“Ditch” means to leave an unwanted person, place or thing behind. Example: Terry ditched his girlfriend so he could go hang out with his friends. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Ditch” means to leave an unwanted person, place or thing behind. Example: Terry ditched his girlfriend so he could go hang out with his friends. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Own up” means “to ​admit that you have done something ​wrong”. Example: Johnny owned up to stealing money after parents found him taking twenty dollars from his father’s wallet. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Own up” means “to ​admit that you have done something ​wrong”. Example: Johnny owned up to stealing money after parents found him taking twenty dollars from his father’s wallet. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Until the cows come home” means “for a very long time”. Example: We could talk about this problem until the cows come home, but it wouldn’t solve anything.

“Until the cows come home” means “for a very long time”. Example: We could talk about this problem until the cows come home, but it wouldn’t solve anything.

“Crack someone up” means “to make someone laugh”. Example: That comedian really knows how to crack up an audience.

“Crack someone up” means “to make someone laugh”. Example: That comedian really knows how to crack up an audience.