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Muck up

Muck up

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Idiom of the day: Go round in circles.  Meaning: To keep doing or talking about the same thing without making any progress.  Example: We can’t go round in circles all day - someone will have to make a decision.

Idiom of the day: Go round in circles. Meaning: To keep doing or talking about the same thing without making any progress. Example: We can’t go round in circles all day - someone will have to make a decision.

“Kick out” means “to ​force someone to ​leave a ​place or ​organization”. Example: After Ben was caught stealing, he was kicked out of the company. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Kick out” means “to ​force someone to ​leave a ​place or ​organization”. Example: After Ben was caught stealing, he was kicked out of the company. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

To show off

To show off

To show off

To show off

Idiom of the day: Kick the bucket.  Meaning: To die.  Example: Didn’t you hear? He kicked the bucket. Had a heart attack, I think.  Origin: Possibly related to an old and outdated second meaning of the word “bucket”, which was a wooden frame on which an...

Idiom of the day: Kick the bucket. Meaning: To die. Example: Didn’t you hear? He kicked the bucket. Had a heart attack, I think. Origin: Possibly related to an old and outdated second meaning of the word “bucket”, which was a wooden frame on which an...

Verbs + prepositions

Verbs + prepositions

Idiom of the day: No sweat.  Meaning: There is no problem or difficulty.  Example: Of course I can have your car repaired by noon. No sweat.

Idiom of the day: No sweat. Meaning: There is no problem or difficulty. Example: Of course I can have your car repaired by noon. No sweat.

Parts of the head (Partes de la cabeza)

Parts of the head (Partes de la cabeza)