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English Idioms & Slang | HANGOVER / HUNGOVER

HUNGOVER (ADJ): Tired, Dehydrated and sometimes SICK the day after you drink “I’m so HUNGOVER. I cant believe we drank so much last night.” HANGOVER (NOUN): the FEELING of being tired, dehydrated and sometimes sick the day after drinking. “I got a HANGOVER. I’ve been drinking too much.” NOT  ->  I am hangover Here’s a

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English Idioms & Slang | KILLING IT

  KILLING IT (slang expression): Doing very well, to be very successful. Kelly Slater (11-time World Champion of Surfing) is KILLING IT in the Quiksilver Pro France contest. #Quikpro Who do you know that’s KILLING IT? Tell us Below! Here’s a good example: “This Rap game? I’m KILLING IT.”       WANT MORE? Click

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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 Slang & Idioms | YOUR WILDEST DREAMS

BEYOND (someone’s) WILDEST DREAMS (phr adj/adv): much better than ever expected; incredibly good. I love it here. This place is wonderful BEYOND MY WILDEST DREAMS. Show your friends! SHARE it on your wall! Use it in a sentence below! Here’s a great exampe: WANT MORE? Click the button! Learn to SOUND NATIVE in English with

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English Idioms & Slang | HIT THE BOOKS

HIT THE BOOKS (phr. verb): to study I need to HIT THE BOOKS! I have a big test tomorrow! Show your friends! SHARE it on your wall! Use it in a sentence below!   Here’s a great example: “Go hit the books – they don’t hit back!” WANT MORE? Click the button! Learn to SOUND

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English Idioms & Slang | Hater

HATER (noun): a person who has nothing nice to say, someone who criticizes everyone and everything.     For example: Don’t be such a HATER! Just because you don’t like this style of music, doesn’t mean it’s bad. Show your friends! SHARE it on your wall! Use it in a sentence below! Here’s a great

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