Idioms beginning with T
Meaning: to understand that something is not completely true or right
Example: I have read the article, but I take it with a grain of salt. Read on
Meaning: the opposite aspect, contrasting arguments.
Meaning: implement actionable advice
Meaning: declining an offer that might be taken up later.
Example: He said he would take a rain check on visiting us today. Read on
Meaning: to experience something thrilling and exciting, and want to experience it again.
Meaning: used to refer to the person who originally invented a particular scheme, plan or idea
Meaning: in charge of an organization, group of people, etc.
Meaning: being the best in a competition
Example: I can't believe you said that your hypocrisy takes the cake. Read on
Meaning: The responsibility for a situation or a problem with somebody.
Example: the buck stops with Read on
Meaning: when a minor issue causes an exaggerated reaction of anger or trouble
Example: At first, I thought we were having a general discussion, but it ended setting off a tempest in the teapot. Read on