Flashcards in ESLPOD [129;130;131] Deck (12):
to lose control, especially to rage hysterically
blow one's lid
this expression means that the person agrees and also thinks the situation is worse or harder than what was said
That's putting it lightly.
I should have know better than to count on a flake like him.
stranded and abandoned, and perhaps helpless
high and dry
to stop competing or arguing and accept that you cannot win
a place where pets that are lost or not wanted are kept; a place where the police take your car if you have parked it illegally
to move your tongue across something, especially in order to eat it, clean it, or make it wet
a medical condition in which you get red itchy spots on your skin, often because you have eaten a particular food. The medical name for this is urticaria.
a ____ nose has liquid coming out of it
a sign that someone has an illness; a sign of a larger problem
a large piece of furniture with drawers and cabinets at the bottom and open shelves on top