With A Will ? # Idioms For IELTS
Have you ever got someone’s wick or have you ever tried something with a will? Well, if you understood what I said, congos, if not, go and read more to find out what I am talking about.
- GET ON SOMEONE’S WICK
- SENTENCE-: don’t try to get on my wick, you will have to face the consequences.
MEANING-: annoy someone
- WIGS ON THE GREEN
- SENTENCE-: every development must be welcomed unless it is wigs on the green.
MEANING-: violent or unpleasant development
- WITH A WILL
- SENTENCE-: If you really want to be successful in life, do whatever you do with a will.
MEANING-: energetically and resolutely
- WEAR THE GREEN WILLOW
- SENTENCE-: Don’t say anything to her, she is wearing the green willow.
MEANING-: suffer the loss of a loved on
- WIN YOUR SPURS
- SENTENCE-: I hope I will soon win my spurs
MEANING-: gain your first distinction or honors
- BETWEEN WIND AND WATER
- SENTENCE-: I don’t know anything anymore, I am stuck between wind and water.
MEANING-: at a vulnerable point
- GET WIND OF
- SENTENCE-: we need to stop the plan, she has got wind of it.
MEANING-: to suspect that something is happening
- IT’S AN ILL WIND
- SENTENCE-: Try and avoid the ill wind.
MEANING-: something’s are so bad that no one profits from them.
- GONE WITH THE WIND
- SENTENCE-: The story of “the man eater” has gone with the wind.
MEANING-: gone completely without any trace left behind
- PUT THE WIND UP
- SENTENCE-: Put the wind up, we are in danger now.
MEANING-: alarm or frighten