American Idioms and Expressions

You've Got Rocks In Your Head Idiom

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You've got rocks in your head
What does You've got rocks in your head mean?
Someone who has acted with a lack of intelligence has rocks in their head.

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burn rubber
What does "burn rubber" mean?
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What does "fighting chance" mean?
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On the stump
What does "On the stump" mean?
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What does "scuzzbag" mean?
disgusting, worthless person
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What does "Toot you own horn" mean?
If someone toot their own horn, they like to boast about their achievements.
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What does "Sound as a pound" mean?
(UK) if something is as sound as a pound, it is very good or reliable.
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What does "keep a cool head" mean?
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What does "wild horses could not drag (someone away)" mean?
there is nothing that will force someone to go somewhere or do something Wild horses could not drag me away from my favorite TV show last night.

Rather you than me
What does "Rather you than me" mean?
Rather you than me is an expression used when someone has something unpleasant or arduous to do. It is meant in a good natured way of expressing both sympathy and having a bit of a laugh at their expense.


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