Idioms and Phrases with Meaning and Example: Lesson 11

source: Helena Daily English    2017年4月11日
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Some American idioms
1. To fill someone in on something means: To inform someone of something he or she missed.
2. To make it to an event means: To attend an event.
3. Bogged down means: Busy, involved in tedious details.
4. To hear something through the grapevine means: To learn of something through an unofficial channel.
5. To give someone the boot means: To make someone leave, to send someone away. Here it is used to mean "lay someone off."