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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #115690: Idioms with farm animals
Idioms with farm animals
Calf love : a very short-lasting affection for someone of the opposite sex
Sheep's eyes ( to make ) : to cast seductive looks usually from a girl who wants to attract a man
Pig in a poke (to buy) : to buy something without knowing its real value
The bull's-eye ( to hit) : to be absolutely right
From the horse' s mouth ( hear) : to learn from the most competent person in the field
The cock in the henhouse : the only male in a group of women
Hen party : a social gathering for women only in order to celebrate a birthday or a bride-to-be
On one's goat (to get ) : to really annoy someone
A mare's nest : something which seems exceptional at first but turns out to be confusing or disappointing
Bee in one's bonnet ( to have) : to have an obsessive thought
Goose flesh ( to get) : to get bumps on one's skin owing to cold or fear
No spring chicken (to be) : to be no longer young
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