idioms

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in the twinkling of an ___ ___

turn a deaf___

by word of__

break your___

lend a helping___

put your ____down

all answer(____) must be body part

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  • 匿名
    9 年前
    最愛解答

    Idioms-body parts

    in the twinkling of an eye - very quick, in the short time of the twinkling of an eye

    This machine will do all the calculations in the twinkling of an eye.

    turn a deaf ear- to ignore what someone says

    How can you just turn a deaf ear to their cries for food and shelter?

    by word of mouth-by speaking rather than writing

    She heard about the job by word of mouth.

    break your heart--to make you feel very sad

    I don't want to break your heart but I must tell you that I have got a wife.

    lend a helping hand- to help to do something

    We usually expect our friends to lend a helping when needed.

    put your foot down - to decide something and express your decision

    You have to put your foot down to tell your wife to do more house chores.

    2012-02-14 06:25:12 補充:

    樓下002wil******照抄我全篇答案太頑皮了,請你尊重別人,好嗎?

    2012-02-15 03:49:07 補充:

    Example for "lend a helping hand" should be:

    We usually expect our friends to lend a helping hand when needed.

    ('hand' was omitted in the original answer)

    To wil******below, definitely no copying again.

    2012-02-21 08:12:07 補充:

    所見略同是英雄,

    所見全同是狗熊。(抄人答案)

    雅虎不理是懵懂!

    資料來源: Free Online Dictionary
  • 9 年前

    Word of mouth: (口頭的,口頭傳達的)

    - If information passes by word of mouth, people tell it to each other rather than it being printed in written form such as news reports and advertisements.

    Most of our customers hear about us by word of mouth.

  • 9 年前

    Idioms-body parts

    in the twinkling of an eye - very quick, in the short time of the twinkling of an eye

    This machine will do all the calculations in the twinkling of an eye.

    turn a deaf ear- to ignore what someone says

    How can you just turn a deaf ear to their cries for food and shelter?

    by word of mouth-by speaking rather than writing

    She heard about the job by word of mouth.

    break your heart--to make you feel very sad

    I don't want to break your heart but I must tell you that I have got a wife.

    lend a helping hand- to help to do something

    We usually expect our friends to lend a helping when needed.

    put your foot down - to decide something and express your decision

    You have to put your foot down to tell your wife to do more house chores.

    (no copy plz!!!)

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