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English Idioms

To zero in on something.
Meaning: To aim or focus directly on something.
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You can't teach an old dog new tricks.
Meaning: A proverb meaning that old people can't learn anything new.
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To work out for the best.
Meaning: To work out in the best possible way.
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Your guess is as good as mine.
Meaning: I don't know any better/ more than you know.
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Zonk out.
Meaning: To fall asleep.
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Yes-man.
Meaning: A person who tries to be liked by agreeing with everything said, especially by a boss.
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X marks the spot.
X marks the spot.
Meaning: This is the exact spot.
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At one's wits' end.
Meaning: If you're "at your wits' end" it means that you've tried everything to fix or solve a problem, or to come up with a solution, and you're almost going crazy from being unable to do this.
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Wear out one's welcome.
Meaning: To stay too long (at an event, at someone's house, etc.)
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A wild goose chase.
A wild goose chase.
Meaning: A futile/hopeless pursuit.
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Wet blanket.
Meaning: A person who discourages others from having fun.
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Vicious circle.
Meaning: Sequence of cause and effect with bad results.
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Wear and tear.
Meaning: Damage as a result of normal use.
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Up to one's neck in something.
Meaning: Very much involved in something; to have a lot of something.
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Wait on someone hand and foot.
Meaning: To serve someone very well; to do anything someone asks you.
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To waste one's breath.
Meaning: To talk in vain. To waste one's time talking.
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Vanish into thin air.
Meaning: To disappear without leaving a trace.
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