Idioms and Phrases

Idioms and Phrases :

Pass muster- to be approved

Pick someone to pieces- to criticize sharply

Paper over the cracks- to try to hide something

Put the cart before the horse- doing things in a wrong manner

Pull up the shocks- do things in the right manner and correctly

Parrot fashion- If you learn something parrots fashion; you learn it word for word

Pay on the nail- If you pay on the nail, you pay promptly in cash

Pen is mightier than the sword- The idiom 'the pen is mightier than the sword' means that words and communication are morepowerful than wars and fighting

Pick someone’s brains- If you pick someone's brains, you ask them for advice, Suggestions and information about something they know about

Pieces of the same cake- Pieces of the same cake are things that have the same Characteristics or qualities

Play fast and loose- If people play fast and loose, they behave in an irresponsible way And don't respect rules, etc.

Poker face- Someone with a poker face doesn't show any emotion or reaction so that People don't know what they are feeling

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