Top 100 Most Common Idioms in English 1

Top 100 Most Common Idioms in English

This List of common idioms and sayings (in everyday conversational English), can help to speak English by learning English idiomatic expressions. This is a list, which contains exactly 100 of the most common idioms and their meaning.

Idiom 1 in touchiDIOM 02 TAKE it easyIdiom 3 piece of cakeIdiom 4 on the ballIdiom 05 under the weatherIdiom 06 once in a blue moonIdiom 07 be all earsIdiom 08 hit the sackIdiom 9 an arm and a legIdiom 10 sit on the fenceIdiom 11 up in the airIdiom 12 a little bird told meIdiom 13 a needle in haystackIdiom 14 A penny for your thoughtsIdiom 15 a short fuseIdiom 16 a stone throwIdiom 17 actions speak louder than wordsIdiom 18 Add insult to injuryIdiom 19 blow smokeIdiom 20 at the drop of a hatIdiom 21 back to the drawing boardIdiom 22 bark up the wrong treeIdiom 23 be glad to see the back ofIdiom 24 beat around the busIdiom 25 bend over backwardsIdiom 26 best of both worldsIdiom 27 best thing since slided breadIdiom 28 bite off more than you can chewIdiom 29 love is blindIdiom 30 not someone cup of teaIdiom 31 blow of steamIdiom 32 bread and buttonIdiom 33 break a legidiom 34 bring home the baconidiom 35 to burn the midnight's oilIdiom 36 call it a dayIdiom 37 cant judge a book by its coverIdiom 38 cash cowidiom 39 cat got someone tongueIdiom 40 chin upIdiom 41 cross the bridge when you come to itIdiom 42 cry over spilt milkIdiom 43 cry wolfIdiom 44 curiousity killed the catIdiom 45 cut cornersIdiom 46 cut the mustardIdiom 47 cut to the chaseIdiom 48 dont put all your egg into one basketIdiom 49 draw the lineIdiom 50 Drive someone up the wallIdiom 51 Drop someone a lineIdiom 52 eager beaverIdiom 53 Easier said than doneIdiom 54 Every cloud has a silver liningIdiom 55 Face the MusicIdiom 56 Far Cry FromIdiom 57 Fed up withIdiom 58 Find Someone's feetIdiom 59 It's not rocket scienceIdiom 60 Get the ball rollingIdiom 61 Go the extra mileIdiom 62 Hit the booksIdiom 63 Hit the nail on the headIdiom 64 in the nick of timeIdiom 65 It takes two to tangoIdiom 66 jump on the bandwagonIdiom 67 Keep something at bayIdiom 68 Kill two birds with one stoneIdiom 69 Know (something) like the back of one's handIdiom 70 let sleeping dogs lieIdiom 71 let the cat out of the bagIdiom 72 Make long story shortIdiom 73 Loose TouchIdiom 74 Miss the boatIdiom 75 Not be caught deadIdiom 76 not playing with a full deckIdiom 77 Off one's rockerIdiom 78 Once in a whileIdiom 79 Out of the BlueIdiom 80 Picture paints a thousand wordsIdiom 81 Pitch inIdiom 82 put the cart before the horseIdiom 83 ring a bellIdiom 84 pull someone's legIdiom 85 Rule of thumbIdiom 86 Run on fumesIdiom 87 See eye to eyeIdiom 88 be sick and tired ofIdiom 89 Sit tightIdiom 90 Speak of the devilIdiom 91 Stab someone in the backIdiom 92 Steal someone's thunderIdiom 93 Straight from the horse's mouthIdiom 94 Take with a grain of saltIdiom 95 the ball is in your courtIdiom 96 Thumbs UpIdiom 97 Twist someone’s armIdiom 98 When pigs flyIdiom 99 Whole nine yardsIdiom 100.Your guess is as good as mine

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