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1. Apple Of One’s Eye – Someone very dear / favourite
EX: My daughters are the apple of my eye.
2. Apple Pie Order – Something arranged in a perfect and orderly way
EX: His house was in apple pie order.
3. Apple Of Discord – A cause of problem /dispute
EX: The property was the apple of discord between the two brothers.
4. Comparing Apples And Oranges – Comparing two things which are very different from each other
EX: My job is very different from yours, it’s like comparing apples and oranges.
5. An Apple Does Not Fall Far From The Tree – A child inherits the basic qualities of his parents.
6. Adam’s Apple – Voice box (larynx)
7. Bad Apple – A person /thing which has a negative impact on others.
(Cat Based Idioms)
1. A Cat Nap – Short sleep
EX : He took a cat nap before lunch.
2. To Let The Cat Out Of The Bag- To disclose/reveal a secret by mistake.
EX: He let the cat out of the bag by disclosing about the surprise gift
3. To Put The Cat Among The Pigeons- To create trouble.
EX: Sending the aggressive manager to talk to the employees was like putting the cat among the pigeons.
4. A Copy Cat – One who irritates/copies
5. To bell The Cat – To do an impossible task.
6. Raining Cats And Dogs – Heavy rainfall / downpour
EX: Yesterday it was raining cats and dogs
7. To Fight Like Cats And Dogs – Fighting Constantly
EX: The siblings fought like cats and dogs.
8. A Cat In Gloves Catches No Mice – Sometimes being too polite is not good/excessive politeness can hamper your work.
9. Curiosity Killed The Cat – Too much interference in other people matter is not good.
(Wolf Based Idioms)
1. To Keep The Wolf At Bay– To fight against any difficulty / danger
EX : After his Father death, he took up the business to keep the wolf at bay.
2. To Keep The Wolf From The Door – To avoid starvation/poverty.
EX : He worked day and night to keep the wolf from the door.
3. To Wolf At The Door - Financial loss/debt
EX : After severe loss in the company, it was like the wolf at the door.
4. To Throw To The Wolves - To put someone into danger.
EX : His comrades throw him to the wolves.
5. A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing - A person who pretends to be innocent but actually very danger.
EX : Beware of fair weather friends they are like the wolf in sheep’s clothing.
6. Wolf Down- Gulp, To eat hurriedly
EX : He wolfed down the food as he was in hurry.
7. A Lone Wolf - A person who loves to be alone.
EX : He is a lone wolf and he has few friends.
8. A Cry Wolf - False alarm, to ask for help when it is not needed.
EX : He had cried wolf several times and now nobody trusts him.
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