Search for phrases in English or in the 3 languages
63 phrases found for the topic Human Body
Phrase: A sweet tooth
Comments: There are no comments. Make a comment (0)
Phrase: An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth
Phrase: An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind
Phrase: Be all ears
Meaning: Be eager to hear: OK! Tell me what happened. I am all ears.
Phrase: Be all fingers and thumbs
Phrase: Be born with a silver spoon in one's mouth
Phrase: Bet your eye teeth
Sent by Tony Western
Phrase: Better to be seen and not heard
Phrase: Bite the hand that feeds you
Phrase: Blood and thunder
Phrase: Blood is thicker than water
Phrase: By a nose
Phrase: By the skin of your teeth
Phrase: Cry your eyes out
Phrase: Cut the ground from under your feet
Phrase: Don't kill the hands that feed you
Sent by Joan James
Phrase: Fight tooth and nail
Meaning: To do your utmost to defend (or get) something.
She fought tooth and nail to get the promotion, but in the end, she did not. / She fought tooth and nail for the promotion, but in the end...
We will fight tooth and nail for our rights / to defend our rights.
We are going to fight her proposal tooth and nail because we are against, and it has to be stopped.
Phrase: Foot loose and fancy free
Sent by Jill Suddendorf
Phrase: Freeze your blood (or make your blood freeze)
Phrase: From head to foot (or toe)
Phrase: Get cold feet
Phrase: Get the rough edge of one's tongue
Phrase: Go away (etc.) with your tail between your legs
Phrase: Grin from ear to ear
Phrase: Have two left feet
Meaning: Be clumsy
Return to the main page