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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #129185: Some useful idioms
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    1. I will be on my way when my boss gives me the green light. (meaning ?)

    2. I think that we're already tired of working on our project for tonight. Let's call it a night. (meaning ?)

    3. Your beautiful painting has blown my mind. (meaning ?)

    4. We saw a drop dead gorgeous lady last night. (meaning ?)

    5. I feel under the weather tonight. I must see a doctor. (meaning ?)

    6. I need to get the ball running before dawn. (meaning ?)

    7. Your performance last night on the stage has really given me goosebumps. (meaning ?)

    8. I go abroad every now and then to chill out. (meaning ?)

    9. The tips which you gave me had been really a great kick-start to my project.(meaning ?)

    10. They say that if there's no pain there's no gain which I've experienced myself (meaning ?)

    11. The more the merrier (meaning ?)

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