English Idioms (Meaning and Example): Lesson 5



English Idioms (Meaning and Example): Lesson 5. Leave a comment if you love this lesson and subscribe my channel to learn the next lesson 6.
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Some American idioms

1. Pain in the neck means: Annoying or bothersome.
2. Like pulling teeth means: Very difficult and tedious.
3. To get something squared away means: To tie up loose ends. To solve the various smaller problems of a larger troublesome situation.
4. To iron something out means: To fix a problem, to correct a mistake in a process.


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