- The elephant in the room.
This idiom is used to refer to a problem that is too big to ignore.
Example: That issue is not less than the elephant in the room.
- One-trick pony
This idiom is used for people who are known for having one quality , and don’t have any other ability.
Example: I don’t understand why does she boast as she is one-trick pony
- The lion’s share
The lion’s share” of something is the biggest part or portion.
Example: The lion’s share will be demanded for sharing this idea.
- Hold your horses
This idiomatic expression means “wait a minute! or Don’t be in such a hurry”
Example: In any discussion to control our horses is must, it gives us time to think.
- Pig headed
This idiom is used for stupid and stubborn people.
Example: Her kids are pig headed, I don’t like taking to them.
- The cat’s meow
This idiom is used for something excellent, wonderful and really great.
Example: Her speech was the cat’s meow, it mesmerized everyone.
- Let the cat out of the bag
This idiom means to reveal the secret.
Example: why do you always let the cat out of the bag?
- Watch something like a Hawk
This idiom is means to watch something extremely carefully.
Example: I watched the movie like a hawk still it was all Greek to me.
- Ant in your pants
This idiom refers to restlessness due to an excitement or being worried.
Example: Hearing my result date, I got ants in my pants.
- Mad as a hornet
This idiom is used for someone who is extremely angry.
Example: Don’t mess with a lady when she’s mad as a hornet.