1. COLD SHOULDER:
This idiom means to ignore someone or somebody
Example: Stop giving your problems the cold shoulder.
2. COST AN ARM AND A LEG:
This idiom is used for expensive things.
Example: This interior would cost me an arm and a leg.
3. COLD FEET:
This idiom is used when someone gets nervous or to have a second thought about doing something.
Example: The idea of getting married to a stranger gave me cold feet.
4. A FINGER IN EVERY PIE:
This idiom means to be involved in many activities.
Example: If you wish to stay concentrated, stop having a finger in every pie.
5. PLAY IT BY EAR:
This idiom means to improvise/do something without preparation
Example: I didn’t have any idea where to go for the night out, so I decided to play it by ear.
6. GET OFF SOMEONE’S BACK:
This idiom is used to tell someone not to criticize or tell you what to do.
Example: My senior is in the habit of criticizing me, it’s high time she gets off my shoulder.
7. HEAD OVER HEELS:
This idiom is used for someone who is deeply in love.
Example: My brother is head over heels for his new girlfriend.
8. OLD HAND:
This idiom is used for an experienced person
Example: My grandpa is an old hand, let’s ask him.
9. SWEET TOOTH:
This idiom is used for a love of sugar or sweet things.
Example: My nephew craves for chocolate the entire day as he has a sweet tooth
10. LIPS ARE SEALED:
This idiom means to keep a secret
Example: Don’t worry, I wouldn’t tell your mother about your expenses. My lips are sealed.