Idioms beginning with A
Meaning: to try something new.
Example: The ski instructor told Sally to "give it a whirl" on the beginner's ski slope by following his exact moves. Read on
Meaning: a significant change in circumstances.
Example: For most young adults, moving out is a whole new ball game. Read on
Meaning: to imply that everything is satisfactory.
Example: He was right as rain after a few days in bed after getting injured. Read on
Meaning: a very secretive and close relationship between people.
Meaning: to make money quickly.
Meaning: Literally refers to ascending a mountain or cliff, or navigating a river to a specific terminal point.
Example: I made it all the way up the steep incline, but I didn't have the energy to go on. Read on
Meaning: daring, brave, bold or overconfident
Meaning: to be cognizant of where one's interests lie in a given situation.
Meaning: a person who spoils other people's fun.
Meaning: in charge of an organization, group of people, etc.