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In this chapter, we'll discuss fifteen idioms and phrases.

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  3. Idioms and Phrases

  4. It does not go on all fours Something doesn't suit a particular pose. 121.

  5. All hands and the cook A state of total emergency when the herds were so restless that everyone, including the cook had to ride to quieten them down 122

  6. All my eye and Betty Martin All nonsense, rubbish 123

  7. All of Quite as much or possibly more than (eg. It is all of 72 kms from Bharuch to Baroda) 124.

  8. All-overish Not to be at one's best; indifference as . before the onset of an illness 125

  9. All serene Words used to indicate that the weather is fine 126

  10. All standing Full equipped 127.

  11. All this for a song When a lot of money is exchanged over some trivial matter 129

  12. Right up one's Alley Very specially skilled; particularly well informed 131.

  13. To head apex in hell The fate of old maids (I will work only for food and lead my apex into hell) 134.

  14. To play the ape To play silly tricks and practical jokes; to make a monkey face 135