It takes two to tango

It takes two to tango meaning

It takes two to tango – Idiom Vocab Meme Dictionary 

It takes two to tango (idiom)

  • if two people were involved in a bad situation, both must be responsible

Origin

  • The tango is a popular dance in which two partners move in relation to each other. Tango is always danced in couples, and both parts are essential. This common expression can be used to suggest that the active cooperation of two parties is required in some enterprise in order to succeed or accomplish the objectives.Disputes and discussions also need the participation of two parties. Thus, in situations in which both partners don’t agree upon something, we can also say “it takes two to tango”.

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Cost (somebody) an arm and a leg

cost an arm and a leg meaning

Cost an arm and a leg Vocab Meme Dictionary – English Hindi meaning with pictures

Cost an arm and a leg (idiom)

  • to be extremely expensive

Origin

  • ‘Arm’ and ‘leg’ are used as examples of items that no one would consider selling other than at an enormous price. It is a grim reality that, around that time, there were many US newspaper reports of servicemen who had lost an arm and a leg in the recent war. It is possible that the phrase originated in reference to the high cost paid by those who suffered such amputations.

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Pull a rabbit out of your hat

pull the rabbit out of hat

“pull the rabbit out of a hat” Idiom Vocab Meme Dictionary with picture

Pull a rabbit out of your hat (idiom)

  • to do something surprising

Origin

  • Lit. [for a magician] to make something, such as a live rabbit, seem to appear by pulling it out of a top hat or out of the air.This expression alludes to the magician’s trick of pulling some unexpected object out of a hat. That object is often rabbit, and the expression pull a rabbit out of a hat is often used to mean “get magical results”.

“pull the rabbit out of a hat” usage in News

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Landslide Victory

Landslide victory meaning

“Landslide victory” vocab idiom – English to Hindi Dictionary with picture

Landslide Victory (idiom)

  • a victory by a large margin; a very substantial victory, particularly in an election

Origin

  • The term is borrowed from geology, where a landslide takes almost everything with it on its way.

Landslide victory meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • भारी जीत

“Landslide victory” in a sentence

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Tie the Knot

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Tie the Knot

  • To get married

When two people get married, they “tie the knot.” Example: “After dating for five years, we finally decided to tie the knot.” When you tie “a” knot you wrap two pieces of rope around each other in a certain way so that they will not come apart. When you tie “the” knot you make a promise that you will stay together with one person whom you love. Example: “Did you hear about Dan and Jenny? They finally decided to tie the knot.” Two people are like two ropes and they get married to tie “the knot” which keeps them together. Example: “So, when are you two going to tie the knot?”

Tie the Knot usage in recent news (Tie the knot in a sentence)

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