Idioms For 14 May

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Keep tabs on
Sentence-: The government kept the tabs on the terrorist even though she was in jail.
Meaning-: monitor the actions or developments of; keep under close observations
Pick up the tabs
Sentence-: picking up the tabs for the accommodation, I am broken.
Meaning-: pay for something
Lay on the table
Sentence-: we shall lay the matter on the table in the next meeting. The final judgment of the case seems lying on the table.
Meaning-: make something known so that it can be freely and sensibly discussed Or postpone something indefinitely
Turn the tables
Sentence-: the 35 runs off the over, turned the tables for Indians.
Meaning-: reverse the position, especially by turning a position of disadvantage into one of advantage
Under the table
Sentence-: these days being under the table is seen as something very cool.
Meaning-: drunk to the point of unconsciousness
Wet Behind Ears
Sentence-: You may be wet behind ears but when you work, you sound like an expert.
Meaning-: unexperienced or immature
Wet Your Whistle
Sentence-: Why don’t you just come here and wet your whistle.
Meaning-: have a drink
Out Of Whack
Sentence-: That machine is out of whack.
Meaning-: Out of order
Top Whack
Sentence-:Don’t show me the phone with the top whack, instead show me the one with the best features.
Meaning-: The maximum price or rate
A Whale Of A
Sentence-: Barack Obama seems to be the whale of great president.
Meaning-: an extremely good example of something

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