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Idiom class set5

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  • 1. The idiom will show here. Read the idiom, discuss with the class, then click "enter" to see the definition. Idioms Set 5: What Does This Mean?
  • 2. A superstitious way to say 'good luck' without saying 'good luck', but rather the opposite. Break A Leg: Idioms: What Does This Mean?
  • 3. To purchase a vehicle that constantly gives problems or stops running after you drive it away. Buy A Lemon: Idioms: What Does This Mean?
  • 4. Someone who isn't adequate enough to compete or participate. Can't Cut The Mustard: Idioms: What Does This Mean?
  • 5. Stiffness in the leg / a leg cramp. Charley Horse: Idioms: What Does This Mean?
  • 6. Verbally scold someone. Chew someone out: Idioms: What Does This Mean?
  • 7. Angry today about something that occurred in the past. Chip on his Shoulder: Idioms: What Does This Mean?
  • 8. To eat. Chow Down: Idioms: What Does This Mean?
  • 9. To make someone laugh. Crack Someone Up: Idioms: What Does This Mean?
  • 10. To hope that something happens the way you want it to. Cross Your Fingers: Idioms: What Does This Mean?