Idioms and Phrases with Meanings and Example: Lesson 9

source: Helena Daily English       2017年3月23日
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Some American idioms
1. To be under the gun means: To be under pressure or stress.
2. To be up to one's eyeballs in something means: To have a lot of or too much of something.
3. To try one's hand at something means: To try something for the first time.
4. To bite off more than you can chew means: To commit yourself to more than you can handle.
5. To burn the midnight oil means: To be awake and doing something late at night