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اصطلاحات و ضرب المثل ها با کلمات مربوط به خوردن به انگلیسی

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Idioms and Sayings About Eating

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Idiom/Saying Explanation
To bite of more than you can chew.

For example:-

Sometimes Lynne thinks she has bitten off more than she can chew running the Network.

To take on more than you are capable of doing.
To bite your tongue.

For example:-

Barack Obama said he bit his tongue many times during his primary fight against Hillary Clinton.

When you stop yourself from saying something because you realise it might cause offense or be hurtful.
Chew the fat

For example:

“I enjoy meeting my friends to chew the fat.”

To chat.
To bite of more than you can chew.

For example:-

Sometimes Lynne thinks running the Network is more than she can chew.

To take on more than you are capable of doing.
Coffee break

For example:

“I usually have a coffee break around 10.30 am.”

To take a short break from work to rest and drink coffee, smoke a cigarette etc..
Many a slip twixt cup and lip

For example:

“They thought they had the contract all sewn up, but the client didn’t sign in the end. There’s many a slip twixt cup and lip.”

Used to imply that even when the outcome of an event seems certain, things can still go wrong.
Cup of tea.”

For example:

“I really enjoyed the film, it was just my cup of tea.”

Used to describe something one enjoys or does well.
Dish the dirt

For example:

“He offered to dish the dirt on her, but I told him I don’t listen to gossip.”

To spread gossip about someone.
Go Dutch

For example:-

“It’s usually better to go Dutch on a first date.”

To share the bill for a meal or a night out. Each person pays for what they have eaten or the bill is simply split.
Eat dirt

For example:

“He bullied his employees and made them eat dirt.”

To act humble, accept another`s insult or bad treatment.
Eat humble pie

For example:

“She had to eat humble pie when he proved she was wrong.”

To be humbled, admit one`s error and apologize.
Eat like a pig

For example:

“He has terrible table manners, he eats like a pig.”

To have bad table manners.
Eat like a horse

For example:

“She has a very healthy appetite, she eats like a horse.”

To have a good appetite.
Eat one`s words

For example:

“I’d told him off but had to eat my words, when he proved I was wrong.”

To take back something one has said, admit something is not true.
To have one’s cake and eat it

For example:

“He was never at home, but was surprised when she left him. He always wanted to have his cake and eat it.”

To do/eat/use something until it is gone and still not want to give it up.
Out to lunch

For example:

“I always thought she acted strangely, she was totally out to lunch.”

To behave crazily or madly.
To have a full plate. or To have a lot on your plate.

For example:

“Between work and the web site I have a full plate.”

To have a lot to do.
To want someone’s head on a platter.

For example:

“When he read his biography, he demanded the author’s head on a platter.”

To be very angry with someone.
To be spoon-fed.

For example:

She refused to be spoon-fed English vocabulary. She learnt to be an independent learner.

 

Can literally mean to be fed with a spoon.

But…

It can mean to be treated in a way that discourages independent thought or action, as by overindulgence or provided with knowledge or information in an oversimplified way.

To stuff your face.

For example:

“He’s always stuffing his face. No wonder he’s so fat.”

To eat a lot, very quickly and greedily. (negative)
Suck up

For example:

“I never liked her, she was always sucking up to the boss.”

To be really nice to someone in order to gain favour.
Tea break

For example:

“Do you want to come with me for a cigarette on our tea break?”

To take a short break from work to rest and drink tea, smoke a cigarette etc..

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