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English Idioms & Slang | BEAT A DEAD HORSE

to BEAT A DEAD HORSE (phr verb): To continue talking about a subject that was resolved (or should have been resolved) long ago, and nobody is interested anymore. * Why do you insist on BEATING A DEAD HORSE by bringing up these ancient problems of ours? We’re not going over them again! * Talking about

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English Idioms & Slang | BEAT IT

BEAT IT (phr verb): Go away, get out of here. “The Bartender told me to BEAT IT. He didn’t want me to make any more trouble.” Have you ever told someone to BEAT IT? Tell us below!   Here’s a good example:     WANT MORE? Click the button! Learn to SOUND NATIVE in English

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English Idioms & Slang | BEAT AROUND THE BUSH

BEAT AROUND THE BUSH: (phr. verb)  to be very INDIRECT, to not say exactly what you want. “Stop BEATING AROUND THE BUSH! Just tell me what you want, I’m very busy.” Do you know anyone who BEATS AROUND THE BUSH? Tell us below! Here’s a good example: WANT MORE? Click the button! Learn to SOUND

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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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