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"Blow your top" means "to become very angry". Example: My father will blow his top when he sees what happened to the car.

"Blow your top" means "to become very angry". Example: My father will blow his top when he sees what happened to the car.

“Money talks” means “rich people can get what they want”. Example: - He can’t act so how did he get the part in the movie? - His father is a millionaire. Money talks.

“Money talks” means “rich people can get what they want”. Example: - He can’t act so how did he get the part in the movie? - His father is a millionaire. Money talks.

Blow your top

Blow your top

“Caught with your pants down” means “to be found in an embarrassing…

“Caught with your pants down” means “to be found in an embarrassing…

English idiom: "BLOW THE WHISTLE ON SOMEONE". Meaning: "to report someone for doing something wrong". Example: "Carol blew the whistle on me for leaving work early."

English idiom: "BLOW THE WHISTLE ON SOMEONE". Meaning: "to report someone for doing something wrong". Example: "Carol blew the whistle on me for leaving work early."

Idiom of the day: Can't make head nor tail of something. Meaning: To be unable to understand something.

Idiom of the day: Can't make head nor tail of something. Meaning: To be unable to understand something.

Learning French is far from easy. And that's why we've got a nice little infographic to help you on your way. Enjoy.

Learning French is far from easy. And that's why we've got a nice little infographic to help you on your way. Enjoy.

German vocabulary - Die Zähne / teeth

German vocabulary - Die Zähne / teeth

What an amazing #infographic. We didn't realize the longest #English-language word had been supplanted! #languages

What an amazing #infographic. We didn't realize the longest #English-language word had been supplanted! #languages

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