For those living in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s a mostly cold time of year (even in Los Angeles!).
But you can warm yourself up by learning a few popular idioms related to being cold in today’s video:
-Chill and chill out
-Leave someone out in the cold
-To put something on ice
-To be snowed under
For more expressions related to winter and cold, see our Daily English 11158 – Cold Weather Complaints, Daily English 1232 – Intimidating a Coworker, and Daily English 820 – Performing Poorly at Work.
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