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Thành ngữ tiếng Anh thông dụng – Popular English idioms and slangs

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CRUNCH TIME

the period of time just before a project has to be completed and everyone has to work hard.

Examples:

  • I’m not getting enough sleep these days. It’s crunch time at work.

 

LET YOUR FREAK FLAG FLY

to let others see your uniqueness

Examples:

  • My colleagues were surprised at the Christmas party- I let my freak flag fly and showed them a break dance routine.

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Một số thành ngữ liên quan đến bánh trái – 11 baking idioms to whet your appetite

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 1. To be caught with your hand in the cookie jar

Have you ever had one (or a few) too many cookies and then felt horribly guilty about it? If so, this is the phrase for you! It extends figuratively to encompass someone being caught doing anything wrong or mischievous.

2. Easy as pie

This phrase refers to ‘something easily accomplished or dealt with’and began life, according to the OED, in the early 20th century. We all know just how easy it is to consume a slice of pie (or a whole pie…).

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