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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #15646: Funny phrases
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    Funny phrases

    Some funny phrases :
    1) big wig
    2) chick flick
    3) fat cat
    4) fender-bender
    5) gal pal
    6) half caf
    7) hasty tasty
    8) hobnob (with somebody)
    9) hocus-pocus
    10)hotchpotch / hodgepodge

    And their meanings:
    1) a person in authority
    2) a movie appealing mainly to women and young girls
    3) a wealthy and privileged person
    4) a collision between motor vehicles that produces minor damage
    5) a girlfriend
    6) half decaffeinated coffee
    7) fast food
    8) to rub elbows (with somebody)
    9) illusionist's magical words
    10)things mixed together without any particular order

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    1. Madonna has got Stella McCartney really really mad, reports the Daily Mail.

    2. He was driving to the airport to collect his wife when he was involved in a .

    3. No need to worry, if you don't get the chance to with the stars!

    4. Often when musicians try and combine such diverse sounds the result is a real .

    5. It's easy to make at home.

    6. Food Service recalls sandwiches due to undeclared allergens

    7. It's not so much of a that you can't take your bloke along to see it.

    8. The agency was run by a .

    9. The Mirror has an article by a person of influence who says it is all ' from an evil witch'.

    10. Workers strike over pay.

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