Idioms and Phrases




Idioms and Phrases :


Carrot and sticks- You use both awards as well as punishments to make someone do something.


Cloak and dragger- when people behave in a very secret manner


Cards are stacked against- luck is against you


Crack a book- to open book to study


Cross a bridge before one comes to it- worry about the future in advance


Carry coals to new castle- to take something to a place or a person that has a lot of that thing Already


Cast in the same mould- to be very similar


Change horses in midstream- to change plans


Cap it all- to finish


Cried with eyes out- cried a lot


Carry the can- If you carry the can, you take the blame for something, even though you didn't do it or are only partly at fault.


Cast a long shadow- Something or someone that casts a long shadow has considerable influence on other people or events.


Cat and dog life- If people lead a cat and dog life, they are always arguing.


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