Idioms through pictures

Idioms through pictures

to let the cat out of the bag to reveal a secret: We wanted the party to be a surprise, but he let the cat out of the...
Idioms through pictures

Idioms through pictures

somebody’s bark is worse than their bite MEANING: If your bark is worse than your bite, you appear to be more angry or dangerous than you really are. EXAMPLE SENTENCES: Don’t get upset if the boss yells at you. His bark is worse than his bite. If someone’s...
Idioms through pictures

Idioms through pictures

head over heels very deeply in love: We were head over heels (in love). He fell head over heels for some girl he met at school. (US) He went head over heels for her.