Are you good at "Animal Idioms"?

It's all about animal idioms. An idiom is a phrase where the words together have a meaning that is different from the dictionary definitions of the individual words, which can make idioms hard for ESL students and learners to understand. Here, we provide a dictionary of 3,416 English idiomatic expressions with definitions

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  1. What is the most appropriate word for the blank below? as ( ) as a beaver
  2. What is the most appropriate word for the blank below? as ( ) as a skunk
  3. What is the most appropriate word for the blank below? as ( ) as a lamb
  4. What is the most appropriate word for the blank below? as ( ) as a church mouse
  5. What is the most appropriate word for the blank below? as ( ) as a fox
  6. What is the most appropriate word for the blank below? a ( ) in a china shop the meaning of this sentence : - a tactless person who upsets others or upsets plans, a very clumsy person
  7. What is the most appropriate word for the blank below? call the ( )s off the meaning of this idiom: - to stop threatening/chasing
  8. What is the most appropriate word for the blank below? a cash ( ) the meaning of this idiom: - a product or service that makes much money
  9. What is the most appropriate word for the blank below? change ( ) in midstream the meaning of this idiom: -to make new plans or choose a new leader in an activity that has already begun
  10. What is the most appropriate word for the blank below? a ( )-and-bull story the meaning of this idiom: - a silly story that is not true

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Quiz topic: Am I good at "Animal Idioms"?