Idioms beginning with L

like a hole in the head
like a hole in the head Meaning to have absolutely no need for something emphasizing that getting something unnecessary would only cause more problems the term is mostly ... Read on
low hanging fruit
low hanging fruit Meaning a goal that can be easily reached something that is easy to take advantage of a company that would be easy to buy up ... Read on
lose it
lose it Meaning to come to be without something to be deprived of something to fail to keep something to lose control of your emotions to become sick ... Read on
lost on
lost on Meaning it means that someone did not understand the remark or joke when someone is not influenced by something not appreciated by someone NOT lost on ... Read on
lost to
lost to Meaning to be defeated by someone to be lost to the world means that you are so engrossed in a task that you don’t realise what ... Read on
larger than life
larger than life Meaning something or someone that is very impressive something that is imposing very striking or colourful exaggerated Example Sentences His father is a great man. ... Read on
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 father  the son “has taken after his father” the son has grown ... Read on

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an item
be an item Meaning be involved in a romantic relationship a couple having a romantic relationship two people who are lovers Example Sentences John and Sally are frequently seen ... Read on

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