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Idiom-(by the skin on one’s teeth/be head over heels)

1. by the skin on one’s teeth

- narrow escape; barely succeed

Eg. On Discovery channel, I saw a gazelle escape a cheetah just by skin of its teeth. How lucky is it!


2. be head over heels

- very into; like something or someone a lot

Eg. Her boss is absolutely head over heels for her new business sales plan.

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Idiom-(to pony up/spice things up)

1. to pony up - pay your debt; give what you owe Eg. Jack told his lazy friend to pay up and finally pay back his loan 2. spice things up - make a thing more exciting or interesting Eg. Since her life

idiom-(lose one’s touch/go cold turkey)

1. lose one’s touch - lose ability or skill; no longer able to do Eg. Sabrina lost her touch about teasing people after Stephen went to the uk. 2. go cold turkey -to suddenly stop a habit or behavior


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