Raining cats and dogs
- Raining very heavily.
It was raining cats and dogs so all
flights were cancelled and I could not
reach in time to my native town to join
the marriage ceremony of my brother.
Face like thunder
- Being clearly very angry or upset.
She suddenly came into the room with
a face like thunder.
Storm in a teacup
- Exaggerate a problem.
The whole controversy turned out to
be a storm in a teacup
- Try to achieve the impossible.
He thought he could convince the boss
to appoint him as the new manager,
but in fact he was chasing rainbows.
- Being very fast.
The robbery lasted only a minute, and
then the robbers disappeared in
a lightning fast car.
Head in the clouds
- Have unrealistic or impractical ideas.
My brother has his head in the
clouds if he thinks he is going to
become an Engineer, because he is
terrible at math.
- Having too much to do.
He was snowed under with e-mail.
Under the weather
- Feeling unwell, sad or lacking energy.
I noticed that the cat was looking a
little under the weather.
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