Watch and Learn English Idioms
Visual English Lessons about common English idioms.
I have a bone to pick with you.
- to have a disagreement to discuss with someone
My slate is clean.
-a fresh start, a new chance
Don't you have bigger fish to fry?
- to have more important or interesting things to do
I see that you're sticking to your guns.
- to stick to your beliefs even if other people disagree with you
I've had my eye on you.
- to watch someone or something carefully
I'm calling your bluff.
- to tell someone to do what they are threatening to do because you do not believe they will really do it
Spill the beans.
-to reveal a secret
Look at me, I'm falling apart.
- to lose control of your emotions and become unable to deal with a difficult situation
I don't have a leg to stand on.
-to be in a situation in which you cannot prove something
I broke someone's heart.
- to upset someone very much, especially by letting them know that you do not love them
I killed two birds with one stone.
- to succeed in achieving two things at the same time
I stabbed a man in the back.
- to do something harmful to someone who trusted you
Confession is good for the soul.
-you will feel better if you admit that you did something wrong
I’m laughing my a*s off.
- laugh so hard a something you pretty near fall off your chair