Too big for your boots

Using idioms while speaking English will help you sound more fluent!

 

Here is the idom of the day:

Too big for your boots

Meaning:

Someone who is too big for their boots behaves as if they are more important/clever than they really are.

“Since he was promoted director of sales, he’s been ordering us around and is  getting a bit too big for his boots!”

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It works wonders!

Here is the idiom of the day:

It works wonders!

Meaning: it’s very efficient.

Example:

-“Word of mouth works wonders! Loud & Clear English is very happy to announce it has a new client: IMS Health”

Thumbs up!

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From pillar to post..

Using an idiom in your conversation will help you sound more fluent.

Here is the idiom of the day:

From pillar to post

It means:

  • To go from one place to another
    Example: “As my father was a diplomat, we moved from pillar to post all the time”
  • Figuratively: from person to person, it’s about gossip
    Example: I told her to keep it a secret, but it quickly went from pillar to post”
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A bee in my bonnet

Using an idiom in your conversation will help you sound more fluent.

Here is the idiom of the day:

A bee in my bonnet

It means: to talk a lot about something you think is important

Example: She has a bee in her bonnet about carbon footprint.BeeInMyBonnet

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