English Article
  English Joke
  English Game
  English Quiz
  English Grammar
  English Conversation
  English Word Origin
  English Idiom
  Contact Us
  Link Exchange
  Advertise with Us

Idiom dictionary online

-- Meaning of G idiom --


A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z


Garden leave
On leave because he/she becomes unwanted to the company

Get a life
Complain someone that he/she is too serious.

Get in someone's hair            
Bother someone

Get off someone's back          
Stop bothering someone

Get up on the wrong side of bed
Get up with a bad temper

Get the ball rolling
To get something start such as plan / project

Give the best shot
Try the best

Get somone's nerve
Bother someone

New / Beginner

Give one's a cold shoulder
Treat someone in a cold way. Careless.

Give up the ghost

Go Dutch
Pay the bill equally (usually with food)

Go fly a kite
Tell someone to go away

Go for it
Agree with it / Do it

Go native
Act the same way as local people.

Go south

Go over one's head
Something that is too difficult or not intersting at all

Grey area
Unclear area

HOME | Back to the top | Back to Idiom Page | Go to Next Page


HOME | English Jokes | English Article | English History | English Idiom | Dictionary
English Conversation | English Grammar | English Game | English Quiz | Contact Us

Hot Idioms

  Break a leg
  Count on
  Draw a line
  Even Stevens
  Jump the guns
  Live from hand to mouth
  Question of time
  X rate
  Virgin Territory
  Rat race
  No sweat
  Memory like an elephane
  Ten to one
  Pull someons' leg
  Many more.....