Idioms beginning with Y

you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink
you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink Meaning | Synonyms we can offer good things to people but we can’t force them ... Read on
you’re on
you’re on Meaning | Synonyms used to accept a challenge or bet the other way to say, “yes, I am agree” a welcoming “yes” for an offer, bid ... Read on
you can’t teach an old dog new tricks
you can’t teach an old dog new tricks Meaning you cannot make others change their habits it is really difficult to make anyone learn something new or informative ... Read on
you can’t make an omelette without breaking a few eggs
you can’t make an omelette without breaking a few eggs Meaning to have to go through something seemingly not nice for a good result to bear hardships to ... Read on
you can’t take it with you
you can’t take it with you Meaning everybody leaves their wealth behind after death to not be able to take anything along when one passes on no one ... Read on
you bet
you bet Meaning for sure most certainly without any doubt to agree completely to express agreement yes, of course Example Sentences The manager will pull this deal off. ... Read on
you’ve got to be kidding
you’ve got to be kidding Meaning implies that something that someone said is a joke used when you are very surprised by what someone has said and that ... Read on
young blood
young blood Meaning new members that provide various new schemes and ideas for the organization a young member, or group of members who are brave and more inclined to ... Read on
you can say that again
you can say that again Meaning used to agree with another person or group of people used to express accordance with another person’s views Example Sentences She said, ... Read on
you know better than that
you know better than that Meaning used to express disappointment when someone makes a mistake which they probably shouldn’t have used to show disapproval of someone’s actions Example Sentences ... Read on

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hit the sack
hit the sack or hit the hay Meaning: to go to bed to go to sleep Example: I am really tired after all that exercise. I am going to hit ... Read on

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