Month: October 2020

  • Proverbs & IdiomsPhoto of what’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander

    what’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander

    used to say that if one person is treated in a particular way, other people should be treated in the…

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  • be nothing short of…

    be nothing short of… used to emphasize a situation, quality, or type of behaviour: The party was nothing short of…

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  • Easier said than done

    It is easy to say that one can or will do something, but is much more difficult to actually do it. You vowed to double the amount of last year’s donations? Easier said than done. I know you’re confident in your idea, but starting a company from the ground up is easier said than done. from: https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/ “Why don’t you just ask your dad to give you the money?” “That’s easier said than done.” From: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/ 0

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  • lose sight of sth

      to forget about an important idea or fact because you are thinking too much about other things: I’m worried…

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  • Significant other

    a person with whom someone has a romantic or sexual relationship that has lasted for some time and that is likely to last longer: She lives with her significant other in London. So, how can you get useful feedback from…

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