General Idioms

Kill two birds with one stone
Meaning: accomplish two things at once

Fill in the blanks
Meaning: figure out the rest on your own

Stay on track
Meaning: to stay focused on the goal

Can’t stand (something)
Meaning: to dislike something

Draw the line
Meaning: the point where you decide not to do something

Actions speak louder than words
Meaning: actions are more important than words

In the nick of time
Meaning: when something happens at the last possible moment

I was knocked on my heels
Meaning: I was surprised

Don't sweat it
Meaning: don’t worry about it

Time flies
Meaning: time passes by fast

Idioms by Category


A blessing in disguise
Meaning seems bad, but it's actually good

A piece of cake
Meaning Easy

Actions speak louder than words
Meaning actions are more important than words

Beating around the bush
Meaning not discussing what is important/procrastinating

Big task on your hand
Meaning having something important to finish

Break a leg
Meaning wishing someone to do well/ good luck

Can’t stand (something)
Meaning to dislike something

Check out that
Meaning give that a look

Close but no cigar
Meaning close but failed at the end

Don't sweat it
Meaning don’t worry about it

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