Idioms For May 12
Idioms do play a very important part in getting a high score in IELTS. Considering this five idioms have been given so that you can prepare them for the day. So, go on and have a look at Idioms For May 12
- Take someone aback
Sentence-:I was taken aback by the problems faced by the Indian farmers.
Meaning-:Shock, surprise, or disconcert someone
- Of your own accord
Sentence-:The decision to quit the job was of my own accord
Meaning-:Voluntarily or without outside intervention
- Give a good account of yourself
Sentence-:Your marks in an exam often give a good account of your.
Meaning-:Make a favorable impression through your performance
- Settle accounts with someone
Sentence-:I need to settle accounts with arav/ you can easily settle accounts but the point is does it matter?
Meaning-:Pay money owned to someone/ have revenge on someone
- There’s no accounting for tastes
Sentence-:When living in abroad, you need to understand that there’s no accounting for abroad.
Meaning-:Impossible to explain why different people like different things, especially those things which the
speaker considers unappealing
- Get weaving
Sentence-:I don’t care what you are going through, all I want is just get weaving if you want to succeed.
Meaning-: Begin action
- Be a weight off your mind
Sentence-: This song is surely a universal weight off my mind
Meaning-: come as a great relief after you have been worried
- BE WORTH YOUR WEIGHT IN GOLD
Sentence-: You need not to just work hard, you need be worth your weight in gold.
Meaning-: be extremely useful or helpful
- OUTSTAY YOUR WELCOME
Sentence-: I have finished my work and have to leave; either ways I don’t want to outstay my welcome.
Meaning-: stay as a visitor longer than you are wanted
- MAKE THE WELKIN RING
Sentence-:What was that welkin ring?
Meaning-: make a very loud sound