Keep your eyes peeled

If you casually slip an idiom in your conversation, you’ll sound a lot more fluent

Here’s the idiom of the day

 

Keep your eyes peeled

It means to watch very carefully for something

Ex: Keep your eyes peeled for a a cab

eyespeeled

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Day in, day out

The expression of the day.

Day in, day out!

It means that you have to do something every day or for a rather long time.

Example:

I’m on the case, have been looking into this day in day outCapture d’écran 2015-03-19 à 16.43.26

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