Idioms beginning with P

piece of writing
piece of writing Meaning the work of a writer, anything expressed in letters of the alphabet (especially when considered from the point of view of style and effect) ... Read on
piece of work
piece of work Meaning a complex, tricky, or odd person an item or part of something – especially of art or craft (Example 4) somebody although generally interesting ... Read on
prone to
prone to Meaning having a tendency to something – usually awful or unfortunate likely to suffer from something – for example “prone to disease” to have a natural ... Read on
pot calling the kettle black
pot calling the kettle black Meaning criticizing someone for a fault that you have too to pass judgment on someone for a blunder you also have to comment ... Read on
point out
point out Meaning to identify something within a group to bring attention to something or someone to show someone who or what a person or thing is (to ... Read on
pardon me
pardon me also, I beg your pardon Meaning it is a way of apologising for something that has been said or done a way of asking someone to ... Read on
playing second fiddle
playing second fiddle Meaning to play a secondary or minor role with regards to someone else to be regarded as less important or be in a weak position ... Read on
paint the town red
paint the town red Meaning to celebrate and have a wild time to go out and have a lot to drink to enjoy yourself flamboyantly Example Sentences I ... Read on
point blank
point blank Meaning to fire something at such close range that it cannot be missed to express an issue in a blunt fashion, without trying to soften the ... Read on
pain in the neck
pain in the neck Meaning Anything that is particularly annoying, difficult, troublesome, inconvenient or irritating including a person, place, situation or thing. Example Sentences Mathematics is generally a ... Read on

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eat words
eat words (eat your word, eat my words) Meaning to force someone to retract what they have said to admit that a statement you made before is wrong ... Read on

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