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یکشنبه 29 مهر‌ماه سال 1386 ساعت 02:40 ب.ظ

meaning

Be honest and ethical.

 

136.

Sentence

Keep your nose clean.

 

136.

It is a good offer.

137.

It's nothing to sneeze at.

137.

It's right there in front of you.

138.

It's under your nose.

138.

She won by just a tiny bit.

139.

She won by a hair.

139.

I am listening with great interest.

140.

I'm all ears.

140.

The noise hurt my ears.

141.

It was an ear-splitting sound.

141.

He doesn't listen to anyone.

142.

It goes in one ear and out the other.

142.

Listen everywhere to find what is going on.

143.

Keep your ear to the ground.

143.

Pay attention to what is happening.

144.

You'd better prick up your ears.

144.

She can manipulate him to do what she wants.

145.

She can wind him around her little finger.

145.

He is trying every possible way.

146.

He's got a finger in every pie.

146.

There is nothing I can do because of regulations.

147.

My hands are tied.

147.

Help him with this.

148.

Please lend me a hand.

148.

Clap your hand in appreciation.

149.

Give him a hand.

149.

Help him.

150.

Give him a hand.

150.

He is good at gardening.

151.

He's got a green thumb.

151.

I am very clumsy.

152.

I'm all thumbs.

152.

I have all the right information.

153.

I've got it all at my fingertips.

153.

He has lots of experience at that.

154.

He's an old hand.

154.

She has more things to do than she can handle.

155.

She's got her hands full.

155.

I want no part of this thing.

156.

I wash my hands of it all.

156.

He was caught in the act of a crime.

157.

He was caught red-handed.

157.

Don't let this good customer get away.

158.

Don't let it slip through your fingers.

158.

Get an advantage on your competitor.

159.

You must get the upper hand.

159.

He has gotten upset about something.

160.

He's up in arms about it.

160.

What I got was all second-hand stuff.

161.

I only got hand-me-downs.

161.

I admire what you have done.

162.

I've got to hand it to you.

162.

You are not to do any work on this item.

163.

It's hands off to you.

163.

Beg for a ride.

164.

Try to thumb a ride.

164.

I need your help.

165.

We are short-handed.

165.

Everyone must follow all the rules.

166.

You must toe the line.

166.

He's frightened and doesn't think he can do it.

167.

He's got cold feet.

167.

He does not act like a gentleman with ladies.

168.

He's a heel.

168.

You need to work faster.

169.

You better shake a leg.

169.

She is trying to trick or fool me.

170.

She's pulling my leg.

170.

You will have to pay the entire cost.

171.

You'll foot the bill.

171.

You'll need to assert yourself - be more forceful.

172.

You'll have to put your foot down.

172.

You are not secure in your position.

173.

You don't have a leg to stand on.

173.

Go with the best idea that you have.

174.

You've got to put your best foot forward.

174.

Don't delay - get to work.

175.

Don't drag your feet.

175.

You must get the customers attention.

176.

You've got to get a foot in the door.

176.

Now they have the problem not us.

177.

The shoe is on the other foot now.

177.

You'll be moving in on her territory.

178.

You'll step on her toes.

178.

He is looking for an excuse to fight.

179.

He's got a chip on his shoulder.

179.

She is trying to get him to leave her alone.

180.

She gave him the cold shoulder.

180.

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