Idioms beginning with L

learning curve
learning curve Meaning the rate of learning new skills the rate of progress in achieving experience a process of learning something through one’s own mistakes and experiences the ... Read on
line in the sand
line in the sand Meaning a boundary beyond which one cannot proceed without consequences a set limit which has to be adhered to strictly by someone Example Sentences ... Read on
laughter is the best medicine
laughter is the best medicine Meaning means that laughter can help cure negative feelings such as stress, anger, worry, depression, etc. to stop worrying about a bad situation ... Read on
like father like son
like father like son Meaning the man/boy being talked about is very much like/exactly like his fatherĀ  the son “has taken after his father” the son has grown ... Read on
learn to walk before you run
learn to walk before you run Meaning to take smaller steps initially to progress gradually to advice to move towards a goal slowly in the start Example Sentences ... Read on
look before you leap
look before you leap Meaning to make sure that everything is alright before doing something important which you cannot revert to think of the consequences of one’s actions ... Read on
learn the ropes
learn the ropes Meaning | Definition to learn the tricks in order to do something well to be well versed with a craft Example Sentences It is important ... Read on
lost in thought
lost in thought Meaning | Definition thinking about of something concentrating on something in thoughts to not be paying attention to the current issues to be mentally absent ... Read on
love me, love my dog
love me, love my dog Meaning | Definition to accept someone unconditionally to love despite faults to accept everything about someone to be willing to accept someone wholeheartedly, ... Read on
loose cannon
loose cannon Meaning somebody whose activities are uncommon and out of control an uncontrolled person who can cause unintentional damage someone who behaves in an unexpected and uncontrolled ... Read on

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happy as a clam
as happy as a clam Meaning To be very happy. Someone who is content and which shows on him. Example Senteces Although the job does not pay very ... Read on

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