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It's raining cats and dogs

it's raining a lot.
100

What is "To be all smiles".

look very cheerful and pleased, especially in contrast to a previous mood.

100

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to burst into tears 

This idioms means  to suddenly start to cry.  

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What is "Bare your soul".

This idioms means, to tell someone your secret thoughts and feelings.

100

She was as hard as nails

This idioms means, she was tough

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Break a leg 

Good Luck! 

200

Don't spill the beans.

Don't tell my secret.

200

When pigs fly.

That is not going to happen.

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We don't see eye to eye.

We don't agree.

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That was the last straw. I'm not going to do this anymore.

That was the last bad thing to happen and now I'm not doing it anymore.

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Lose your head

to lose control of your emotions.

300

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What is "Lose your temper". 

This idioms means to become very angry.

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to see red

This idioms means to get really angry.

300

What is "Get a grip on yourself".

This idioms means, to get control over your emotions.

300

What is, "Keep a Straight Face".

This idioms means, to try not to smile or laugh.

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That was a piece of cake.

That was easy.

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He was on pins and needles waiting for his grades.

He is worried about his grades.

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I feel under the weather. 

I don't feel good.

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What does "go to pieces mean'?

become very upset

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I have butterflies in my stomach. 

I'm nervous.

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Blow off steam or let off steam

to do or say something to get rid of strong emotions

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Sleep like a log.

Sleep really good.
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That costs an arm and a leg.

That costs a lot of money.  It's expensive.
500

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I'm going to hit the sack.

I'm going to bed and sleep.

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I'm feeling under the weather. 

I'm feeling sick.

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