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    Meaning: If you say "it's written all over your face", you're saying that the expression on someone's face is showing their true feelings or thoughts.

    (something) escapes you

    Meaning: If you say something escapes you, it means you can't remember it.

    It's written all over your face.

    get it off your chest

    Meaning: If you get it off your chest, you tell somebody about something that's been bothering you and you've been thinking about a lot.

    face the music

    Meaning: If someone has to face the music, they have to accept the consequences of doing something wrong.

    keep your nose clean

    Meaning: If you keep your nose clean, you stay out of trouble by making sure you don't do anything wrong.

    down to earth

    Meaning: If someone is down to earth, they are practical and sensible.

    a blessing in disguise

    Meaning: You can say something is a blessing in disguise if it appears to be bad at first, but it results in something very good in the end.

    take something the wrong way

    Meaning: If you take something the wrong way, you misunderstand what someone says and think they're being critical when they aren't.

    an even break

    Meaning: If you get an even break, you get a fair opportunity to succeed in your ambition or to achieve your goals.

    dig your heels in

    Meaning: If you dig your heels in, you stubbornly resist something or refuse to change.

    another string to your bow

    Meaning: If you have another string to your bow, you have another way of making a living.

    a narrow escape

    Meaning: If you have a narrow escape, you survive a dangerous situation, but only just.

    a pain in the neck

    Meaning: You can say someone is a pain in the neck if they annoy you, or something is a pain in the neck if you don't like doing it.

    a ballpark figure | a ballpark estimate

    Meaning: If you give a ballpark figure or a ballpark estimate, you give a number which you think is fairly close to the actual one.

    keep something in mind

    Meaning: If you keep something in mind, you remember some information or advice and consider it at some time in the future.

    get a look in

    Meaning: If you get a look in, you get a fair chance to do something.

    quick on the uptake

    Meaning: If you are quick on the uptake, you're smart and you can understand things quickly.

    the back of beyond | the back of the beyond

    Meaning: You can say a place is in the back of beyond, or the back of the beyond, if it's very far from towns or cities.

    the ins and outs

    Meaning: If you know the ins and outs of something, you know all the details about it and understand how it works.

    the moment of truth

    Meaning: The moment of truth is a time when the truth about something is revealed, or when an important decision is made.

    an even break

    Meaning: If you get an even break, you get a fair opportunity to succeed in your ambition or to achieve your goals.

    a matter of life and death

    Meaning: If something is a matter of life and death, it's extremely important and it could involve someone's survival.

     

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    wide of the mark

    Meaning: If something is wide of the mark, it isn't true or accurate, or it misses the target.

    a chip off the old block

    Meaning: Someone can be described as a chip off the old block if they are very similar in character to one of their parents, usually their father.

    can't see the wood for the trees

    Meaning: If you can't see the wood for the trees, you can't see the whole situation clearly because you're looking too closely at small details, or because you're too closely involved.

    zero-sum game

    Meaning: A zero-sum game is a situation in which any gain by one side or person is at the expense of a loss to another side or person involved in the situation.

    above the law

    Meaning: If someone is above the law, they are not subject to the laws of a society.

    for the time being

    Meaning: If something will be the way it is "for the time being", it will be that way for a limited period of time only.

    back to square one

    Meaning: If you have to go back to square one, you have to stop and start again, usually because something isn't working as well as expected.

    a flash in the pan

    Meaning: You can say something or someone is a flash in the pan if they're popular or effective for a short time only.

    steer clear of

    Meaning: If you steer clear of something, you don't go near it because it could harm you or cause you a problem
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