To Lead a Cat and Dog Life
- to lead a life of constant quarrelling
Both the partners lead a cat and dog life.
To Hang Up One’s Boot
- to retire; to permanently stop playing a sport
“To Hang Up One’s Boot” Idiom Usage
Sachin Tendulkar,one of the greatest batsman ever to play the sport, has confirmed it’s nearly time to hang up his boots.
Having a whale of a time: To have an exciting or fun time
On cloud nine: state of happiness
On top of the World: feeling wonderful; glorious; ecstatic
Tickled pink: Very pleased; delighted
Buzzing: make droning sound like a bee;gossip
Over the moon: to be extremely pleased about something
To Smell a Rat
- to suspect something that is wrong
To Smell a Rat Idiom Usage:
- The police setup a trap but the thieves smelt a rat and drove away.
To Smell a Rat Idiom Usage in News:
To turn one’s head
- Cause to become conceited, as in Winning that prize has turned his head.
His success at the race course has turned his head.