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* The sands of time
31 December 2013
The sands of time is another way of referring to time. It is more poetic and is often used when talking about how time passes.
Examples:
"I am always ready to score the winning goal," said the footballer, dismissing those who said the sands of time are running out on his long career.
Plan for your retirement. The sands of time catch up with everyone.

* Live in the present
24 December 2013
Present as a noun has two meanings. A present is a gift. The present is the time we are experiencing at this very moment. When you tell people to live in the present you want them to deal with current events and not be too concerned about the past or planning for the future.
Examples:
Don't worry if your former boyfriend cheated on you. Live in the present and find another person to love!
Johnny was keen to save money to buy a house. His friends told him to live in the present and go on a holiday with them.

* One in the eye
19 December 2013
If you say something is one in the eye for someone, it means that something is a big disappointment or a defeat for them - but you are pleased about their disappointment.
Examples:
I got the job! That's one in the eye for John – I've never liked him and I was sure he would get the position. Ha!

Our winning the championship was one in the eye for our rival team – they are always boasting about their skills.

* Get your skates on!
17 December 2013
If you tell someone to get your skates on it means that you want them to do something quickly or to hurry up.
Examples:
You'd better get your skates on, or we are going to miss the bus!

Get your skates on! We've got a lot of work to do today.

* To tower over
12 December 2013
To tower over someone or something means to be much taller than that person or thing.
Examples:
Joan towers over her husband when she wears her smart high heel shoes.
The new skyscraper towers over the buildings downtown.

* To branch out
10 December 2013
If someone is branching out it means they are starting to do something new or differently from the way they usually do.
Examples:
Jane has been working as a journalist since she left university but now she's branching out and writing a novel.

The supermarket has branched out and started selling clothes as well as food.

* Ask for the moon
5 December 2013
To ask for the moon means to make unreasonable demands for things, or to wish for something impossible to achieve or obtain.
Examples:
Bob's wife is always asking for the moon. He works hard 12 hours a day for poor pay, but she still expects expensive holidays and clothes.
Don't ask for the moon, Mr Jones. Be reasonable, please.

* Sunny-side up
3 December 2013
If eggs are cooked sunny-side up, it means they are fried with the yolks facing up.
Examples:
I'm ready for breakfast. Can I have my eggs sunny-side up and a cup of coffee, please?
Eggs can be boiled, poached, scrambled or fried sunny-side up.

* In safe hands
28 November 2013
When you say someone is in safe hands, you mean they are being cared for by someone who is confident and skilled.
Examples:
John is going to be operated on by one of the best surgeons in the country. He's in safe hands.
The new CEO of the company had degrees in engineering and business administration. The staff knew they were in safe hands.

* To file away
26 November 2013
To file away is a phrasal verb which means to store a document in an organised way, often in a file with other similar documents.
Examples:
All my letters are filed away in a big cabinet in my office.
On Friday mornings I pay the bills and invoices from the past week, then I file them away.

* To flag up
21 November 2013
To flag something up is to emphasise its importance, or to mention it so that others know about it.
Examples:
At the meeting Martin flagged up the issue of late payments. He said that we hadn't paid our suppliers for three months.
There are a couple of points that I'd like to flag up today: one is the increasing number of customer complaints and the other is the problem with our computer system. * Hold your tongue
14 November 2013
If someone tells you to hold your tongue it means they want you to stop talking, because they don't like what you are saying.
Examples:
I'm going to have to hold my tongue because I keep saying what I think and people get upset!
I had to tell Jane to hold her tongue; what she was saying didn't help us move forward in our planning meeting.

* Black and white
12 November 2013
If a situation is black and white, it means you have a clear opinion about it. You can easily see what you think is right and wrong.
Examples:
I'm really sure about some things. I think free education for all is a black and white issue.

The question of nuclear power isn't black and white. Many people believe it is the only way to produce a large amount of clean energy – but many others think it has considerable dangers.

* Under a cloud
7 November 2013
When someone is under a cloud (of suspicion), people think they have done something wrong or have been involved with something illegal.
Examples:
After 20 years at the company, Sean left suddenly under a cloud.
Money was stolen from Jane's desk and now everyone is under a cloud of suspicion.

* In a spin
5 November 2013
If you are in a spin it means you are worried or confused about something because lots of things are happening at once - or you have too many choices.
Examples:
The whole team was in a spin when their best player got a red card and was sent off.
My head's in a spin - I've got so much to do, I don't know where to start.

* Top of the heap
19 October 2013
If you are at the top of the heap, you are in a higher position than everyone else, usually in terms of wealth, power or ability.
Examples:
Minchee is now the CEO at an accountancy firm. I always knew she would get to the top of the heap.
When it comes to photographers, Barbara is at the top of the heap. She's won so many awards.

* Chasing your tail
17 October 2013
If you are chasing your tail, you are busy doing a lot of different things but not achieving very much.
Examples:
I've been chasing my tail all day, but I haven't got anything done! What a waste of a day!
Organising a meeting for next week has been impossible. I've been chasing my tail trying to sort out a date, venue and agenda... I'll try again tomorrow!

* Putting out fires
15 October 2013
The phrase putting out fires means dealing with many small problems, usually at work. Though the problems might be small, they need to be solved quickly before they become bigger ones.
Examples:
Sorry I didn't have time to meet you for lunch today. I was busy at work all day putting out fires.

Sometimes it feels like you get nothing done in the office – you need to spend the whole day putting out fires.

* Ride a wave
10 October 2013
If you ride (on) a wave of something, you benefit from a period of success and/or popularity.
Examples:
The candidate is riding on a wave of popularity and is expected to win the election.

British athletes rode a wave of patriotism during the London Olympics, winning more medals than the country ever had before.

* Blow your own trumpet
8 October 2013
If you blow your own trumpet, you are boasting about your achievements and abilities.
Examples:
He's always blowing his own trumpet - it's so boring! Why can't he be more modest about his abilities?
You've got to blow your own trumpet a bit more, otherwise you won't get a decent job!

* Get a load of this!
3 October 2013
You say get a load of this when you want someone to pay attention to something exciting or interesting.
Examples:
Mike, get a load of this: our friend Frank is being interviewed on the TV news right now!
Get a load of this: I've just found out that our teacher used to be a professional footballer!

* Full of hot air
1 October 2013
When you say someone is full of hot air you mean they talk a lot but are not sincere.
Examples:
My boss keeps promising to give me a pay rise but the extra money never comes. He is full of hot air!

Some politicians are full of hot air. They never consider what's best for the nation. Their main concern is what's best for themselves.

* In a nutshell
26 September 2013
In a nutshell is an expression to use when you want to summarise news or information.
Examples:
You haven't studied hard enough and did badly in your exams. In a nutshell, you'll have to sit this year's class again next year.
Our company didn't sell much and the economy is doing badly. In a nutshell, we are out of business.

* To flock to
24 September 2013
To flock to something describes the movement of large groups of people towards a destination.
Examples:
Thousands of people flocked to the shopping centre when the mega-sale started.
Youngsters flock to cinemas to watch the latest blockbuster action movies.

* To toy with
19 September 2013
To toy with somebody (or something) means to not take them or their feelings seriously.
Examples:
Peter has been going out with Mary for five years and he never talks about marriage. He is just toying with her feelings.
I have been working hard to get that promotion but it never comes. My boss is toying with my expectations.

* At liberty
17 September 2013
To be at liberty to do something means to be free to do it without any restrictions.
Examples:
Some companies keep information about salaries confidential and lower rank managers are not at liberty to discuss them.
This is a free country! I’m at liberty to go wherever I like.

* A whale of a time
12 September 2013
To have a whale of a time means to have a lot of fun while doing something.
Examples:
I spent the summer holidays in Mexico and had a whale of a time!

Mary is a real party girl. She goes out every night and has a whale of a time!

* The icing on the cake
10 September 2013
You use the expression the icing on the cake to refer to something good which is added to an already good thing or situation.
Examples:
It is great to see my team in the final. And now I've got tickets to watch the match in the stadium - this is the icing on the cake!

Mary's salary will double with her promotion. All the foreign travel and luxury hotels she'll be staying in are the icing on the cake.

* Put your feet up
5 September 2013
To put your feet up means to relax, especially by sitting with your feet supported above the ground.
Examples:
I like nothing better than putting my feet up after a hard day at work!

You work so hard. Come on, sit here and put your feet up!

* To take the bull by the horns
3 September 2013
To take the bull by the horns means to deal with a difficult situation in a brave and firm way.
Examples:
Don't suffer in silence while your flatmate takes up all the space. Take the bull by the horns; tell him to move his things out of your way or move out!

Bob was treated very badly by his boss. When he left the company he decided to take the bull by the horns - and sued it for thousands of dollars.…...

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