|on thin ice
on think ice Definition :In a risky situation; on the edge of trouble or danger.Example :1) I'm on thin ice in history class. I failed the first two quizzes and got a C on the test.2) I wouldn't say anything bad to Irene. You're on thin ice with her already.Etymology :This phrase goes back to the 1940s.Synonyms :'Ice' ...all that
all that"짱이다" "최고다" 라고 표현할 때 쓰입니다. Definition :Wonderful, excellent, the best. Example :1) My girlfriend is all that! 2) She thinks she's all that, but she's not! Etymology :This popular phrase is probably derived from an older and longer phrase, "all that and more," which means the same thing. 'All' means 'total number' or 'eve ...not my cup of tea
not my cup of tea!자기의 성격, 취미, 기호에 안 맞는 일, 싫어 하는 것들.차(茶) 문화가 많이 발달 되었던 19 세기 영국에서 유래된 표현 입니다. Definition :Something not to your liking; something you don't like to do. Example :1) Some people love football, but it's not my cup of tea. I prefer bowling. 2) Do I like Brittany Spears? No, that kind of music isn't my ...hype
hype Definition :Loud advertising and promotion. Example :1) The new movie by Steven Spielberg is getting a lot of hype. 2) Don't believe the hype! Etymology :In the early 1800s, a 'hype' was a scam or swindle. A scam is a false story or trick through which someone tries to get money from other people. Modern advertising has the same objective as old-time sc ...get the nod
get the nod 승인을 받다..~~ 선발되다, 선택되다. 우리는 머리를 끄덕여 동의 의사를 표현 합니다. "get the nod" 는 상대방으로부터동의를 얻어내다 즉 승인을 받았다는 의미입니다. 유사어 : get the green light Definition :to receive an approval, to be chosen Example :1) There were dozens of applicants for the job, but Hempstead got the nod. 2) No o ...