Idioms beginning with K

knock out
knock out Variation knockout knocked out Meaning | Synonyms big success to be rendered unconscious by a physical blow to eliminate the competition to become exhausted by an ... Read on
knock socks off
knock someone’s socks offalso, blow someone’s socks off Meaning | Synonyms doing something which was never done before impressing someone showing something astonishing to excite someone performing something ... Read on
kick the habit
kick the habit also, break the habit Meaning | Synonyms to overcome an addiction especially of an addiction like drugs to kick the habit also means to break ... Read on
keep the wolf from the door
keep the wolf from the door Meaning | Synonyms to have sufficient money to prevent starvation or hunger to do something that lets one to escape death by ... Read on
knight in shining armour
knight in shining armour or, a knight on a white charger Meaning used to describe someone who saves you from a difficult situation a well-mannered man who comes ... Read on
kill the goose that lays the golden egg
kill the goose that lays the golden egg Meaning to destroy something that is profitable to you mostly because of greed. to destroy the one thing that makes ... Read on
keep your nose clean
keep your nose clean Meaning to stay out of trouble by not doing anything wrong to avoid acts that will make your reputation questionable Example Sentences By avoiding ... Read on
keep your hair on
keep your hair on or, keep (one’s) hair on Meaning to request someone to stay calm and not get annoyed to ask to maintain cool and decorum to ... Read on
keep your friends close and your enemies closer
keep your friends close and your enemies closer Meaning to keep a keen eye on enemies beyond what one might have on their friends to be vigilant about ... Read on
keep on top
keep on top Meaning | Definition to stay informed to be ahead in terms of knowledge to prioritize/prioritise to stay responsive about job and ensure that work is ... Read on

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when it rains, it pours
when it rains, it pours also, it never rains but it pours Meaning to have a good or bad news enlarged by circumstances something good or bad occurring ... Read on

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