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English Idioms & Slang | GOT IT MADE

  GOT IT MADE (phr adj): Someone who has got it made is so happy and successful in life that they have no worries. With a happy family life, a new house and a super job, Sam’s GOT IT MADE. Here’s a great example:   WANT MORE? Click the button! Learn to SOUND NATIVE in

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Learn English Idioms & Slang | MAKE A COMEBACK

TO MAKE A COMEBACK (phr. verb): To become successful or popular AGAIN after a period of being unsuccessful or unpopular. Tiger Woods is doing his best TO MAKE A COMEBACK after taking time off to deal with his personal problems. Tell us about a time when you MADE A COMEBACK below! Here’s a good example:

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Learn English Idioms & Slang | BIRTHDAY SUIT

 IN YOUR BIRTHDAY SUIT (phr. adj): Naked, wearing the “clothes” you were born in. He likes to go swimming IN HIS BIRTHDAY SUIT – he’s a real hippy. Here’s a good example: WANT MORE? Click the button! Learn to SOUND NATIVE in English with Native English Teacher . NET! At Native English Teacher .NET, we

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English Idioms & Slang | GET OVER IT

GET OVER IT (phr. verb): To stop caring about something, To move beyond something that is bothering you. “I still can’t believe that FC Barcelona lost to Madrid in the Super Cup!” “GET OVER IT! Barca is still going to win La Liga.” Do you need to GET OVER SOMETHING? Tell us Below! Here’s a

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English Idioms & Slang | PLAY IT BY EAR

PLAY IT BY EAR (phr. verb): to have no plan, to decide your actions as you go, depending on the situation. “What are your plans for the day?” “I have no plans – I’m just gonna PLAY IT BY EAR.” Do you prefer to PLAY IT BY EAR or make plans? Tell us below!  

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English Idioms & Slang | THROUGH THICK AND THIN

  THROUGH THICK AND THIN: In good times and bad times; even in difficult situations; no matter what. A true friend is someone who stays with you THROUGH THICK AND THIN. Who is there for you THROUGH THICK AND THIN? =)   Here’s a great example – and they’re from Hawai’i like me!   WANT

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