Cut The Cackle # Idioms For IELTS
If you want to get a high score in IELTS, you need to learn to cut the cackle.
- The whole caboodle-:
Sentence-:One terrorist attack and the world starts to question the whole caboodle of Asians.
Meaning-:The whole lot
- Cut the cackle-:
Sentence-:You need to cut the cackle when writing essay in IELTS.
Meaning-:Stop talking aimlessly and come to the point
- Have a cadenza-:
Sentence-:The Indians had a cadenza when India lost the world cup semi final.
Meaning-:Be extremely agitated
- Caesar’s wife-:
Sentence-:Relationships truly work if you treat the other person as Caesar’s wife.
Meaning-:A person who is required to be above suspicion.
- In cahoots-:
- At the drop of the hat
Sentence-: She can do those tough bike stunts at the drop of the hat.
Meaning-: very easily and without much preparation
- On its last legs
Sentence-: His grandfather is on his last legs.
Meaning-: in a very bad condition and will not last long
- Old flames die hard
Sentence-: I was wrong when I said old flames die hard, times heals everything.
Meaning-: it is hard to forget old things
- Round the houses
Sentence-: He is used to going round the houses.
Meaning-: to do something in an inefficient way when there is a better way to do it.
- Paper over the cracks
Sentence-: I don’t like people with the habit of putting paper over the cracks.
Meaning-: to hide something
Meaning-:Working or conspiring together often dishonestly; in collusion