Idioms beginning with T

the squeaky wheel gets the grease
the squeaky wheel gets the grease also the squeaky wheel gets the oil Meaning to get something fixed, it is required to make a noise to get attention the ... Read on
the pen is mightier than the sword
the pen is mightier than the sword Meaning the power of mass appeal is stronger than the force used against it writing is more effective than forces or ... Read on
turning point
turning point Meaning | Definition the point after which things become better the time of significant change (mostly positive) in situation a turn of time from where the ... Read on
two wrongs don’t make a right
two wrongs don’t make a right Meaning | Definition the fact that responding to a negative situation in the same manner will not make things better in any ... Read on
twist of fate
twist of fate Meaning to experience a change in circumstances a fateful happening an unexpected change in situations an unlucky turn of proceedings Example Sentences The movie had ... Read on
take effect
take effect Meaning | Definition to be enforced to apply to come into being to begin the functioning of something to become effective or active in nature to ... Read on
time and again
time and again also time and time again Meaning | Definition to be repeated very often to happen again and again over and over again Example Sentences The ... Read on
the best of both worlds
the best of both worlds Meaning to enjoy somethings that are opposite in nature by concealing involvement in one or both to be a part of things that ... Read on
the bigger they are the harder they fall
the bigger they are the harder they fall Meaning to fail according to the size of the venture more powerful people suffer more when defeated Example Sentences The ... Read on
the last straw
the last straw Meaning to be the last in a sequence of unpleasant things to be the last tolerable thing after which something cannot be accepted Example Sentences ... Read on

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as well
as well Meaning to be in addition to (something) to be in continuation with something it is a replacement, at times, for the conjunction ‘and’ or the word ... Read on

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