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

Binati Sheth
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  3. Idioms and Phrases

  4. To put an ape into one's hood or cap To make a fool of someone 136.

  5. To say an ape's paternoster To chatter with fright or cold 137.

  6. To have an aching tooth To have a longing or desire for something 138

  7. To upset one's apple cart An attempt to do anything which might upset the normal workings of something 139

  8. lo wash the ass's head By washing the head of a donkey, you dirty the soap 140.

  9. To pack up one's awls Get fired 141.

  10. Infant in arms Someone who is too young to walk so has be carried 142.

  11. With open arms Welcome someone into a warm embrace as a friend 143

  12. Arm shrines Cylinders of silver, holding HOLY relics so a mini holy place 144

  13. A passage of arms A battle of words 146

  14. lo arms Make oneself ready for battle

  15. Under arms Prepared for the battle, in the battle 151

  16. Up in arms In open rebellion; figuratively roused to anger 152

  17. To long up one's arms To retire from business, to give over a useless project 153

  18. To put the axe on the helve To solve a difficulty 154.