American Idioms and Expressions

Lady Killer Idiom

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lady killer
What does lady killer mean?
a man who some women find very charming and attractiveThe man in the movie was a lady killer who broke the hearts of many women.
lady killer
What does lady killer mean?
a man who some women find very charming and attractive The man in the movie was a lady killer and women loved him.


Some Random Idioms
get the message
What does "get the message" mean?
to clearly understand the meaning of somethingI told my friend to be quiet but I do not think that he got the message.
pull down (someone)
What does "pull down (someone)" mean?
to humiliate someoneThe scandal pulled down the local politician from his position in the government.
wear thin
What does "wear thin" mean?
grow less interesting or believableHis excuses began to wear thin after he kept using them again and again.
in detail
What does "in detail" mean?
giving all the details, item by itemI told the police about the events in detail.
Ants in your pants
What does "Ants in your pants" mean?
If someone has ants in their pants, they are agitated or excited about something and can't keep still.
Big Easy
What does "Big Easy" mean?
The Big Easy is New Orleans, Louisiana
FBI
What does "FBI" mean?
Federal Bureau of Investigation Federal Bureau of InvestigationThe killers were found in a nationwide search by the FBI.
bomb
What does "bomb" mean?
a terrible performance or show. That movie was a total bomb.
take (something) up with (someone)
What does "take (something) up with (someone)" mean?
to raise and discuss a matter with someoneOur supervisor plans to take the issue of overtime up with the senior managers.
Salt in a wound
What does "Salt in a wound" mean?
If you rub salt in a wound, you make someone feel bad about something that is already a painful experience. 'Pour salt on a wound' is an alternative form of the idiom.

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