On The Side Of Angels # Idioms For IELTS
In present scenarios, although it seems tough, it is always good to be on the side of angels. Read more and learn some new idioms that could be helpful to you in IELTS.
- ON THE SIDE OF ANGELS
SENTENCE-: He has always been on the side of angels.
MEANING-: on the side of what is right.
- APPEAL TO CEASER
SENTENCE-: I am going to prove it, even if I have to appeal to ceaser.
MEANING-: Appeal to the highest possible authority
- APPLES AND ORANGES
SENTENCE-: We were apples and oranges, may be that is why it didn’t worked out.
MEANING-: two fundamentally different people
- A STRAIGHT ARROW
SENTENCE-: Arthur is a straight arrow, you can trust him.
MEANING-: an honest and genuine person
- FOR THE ASKING
SENTENCE-: Veronica had things for the asking.
MEANING-: it indicates that someone can easily have something if they ask for it
- THE AWKWARD AGE
SENTENCE-: Every cute shit happens in the awkward age.
- THE AYES HAVE IT
SENTENCE-: You need not to worry about your votes, the ayes have it.
MEANING-: majority of the votes are affirmative
- BACK TO SQUARE ONE
SENTENCE-: I guess after four years of crying, I am back to square one.
MEANING-: back to the starting point, with no progress made
- WITH BATED BREATH
SENTENCE-: The stories of Sherlock Holmes are read with bated breath.
MEANING-: in great suspense or excitement
- NOT HAVE A BEAN
SENTENCE-: I cannot go to the picnic as I don’t have a bean.
MEANING-: be penniless