Idioms beginning with T

the devil is in the detail
the devil is in the detail Meaning It means that when you do not concentrate on the details of something you may run into unexpected problems Problems on ... Read on
take over
take over Meaning to take control of something – often by force to take over the duties of someone to replace something or someone to dominate a situation ... Read on
take care
take care Meaning be careful used as part of a greeting, a way of telling someone to stay safe to assume responsibility for something to do what needs ... Read on
take on
take on Meaning someone’s take on something is their opinion on a matter to be overly emotional about something to undertake to do something (assume responsibility for) to ... Read on
take it on the chin
take it on the chin Meaning this is a boxing metaphor meaning don’t shy away from difficulty stand up for yourself don’t complain get on with it be ... Read on
the best is yet to come
the best is yet to come also, the worst is yet to come Meaning whatever is happening now will be surpassed by something better in the future the ... Read on
take turns
take turns also, take it in turns Meaning to alternate doing something to do something in turns (more than one people) do something in sequence or alternately Example ... Read on
time after time
time after time Meaning to repeat something to say or do something over and over again to be repetitive Example Sentences The narrator repeated her name time after ... Read on
throw the baby out with the bathwater
throw the baby out with the bathwater Meaning to remove something good in the bid of getting rid of something bad getting rid of something valuable while trying ... Read on
time will tell
(only) time will tell Meaning something that will not be proven until a later date a question that will only be answered at a later date the truth ... Read on

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charity begins at home
charity begins at home Meaning: one has to make adequate provision for their family before one make provision for needy strangers. Example: She spends the little money that ... Read on

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