Tag Archives: english idiom

Idiom for the day: Landslide Victory

A landslide victory is a victory in an election by a very large margin.

Idiom for the day: Keep it on the Q-T

Keep it on the Q T
If you keep something on the Q T, you keep it quiet or secret.(‘Q-T’ is also used.)

Idiom for the Day: Johnny on the spot

Johnny on the spot:

A person who is always available; ready, willing, and able to do what needs to be done.

Idiom for the Day: Ill At Ease

Ill at ease
If someone is ill at ease, they are worried or uncomfortable.

Idiom for the Day: Half a Mind

Half a mind
If you have half a mind to do something, you haven’t decided to do it, but are thinking seriously about doing it.

Idiom for the day: Get in on the ground floor

Get in on the ground floor
If you get in on the ground floor, you enter a project or venture at the start before people know how successful it might be.

Idiom for the day: Fat Chance

Fat chance!
This idiom is a way of telling someone they have no chance.