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What does the expression You are what you eat mean?
It refers to the importance of eating good food. If you have a healthy diet, you will be a healthy person. If you eat unhealthy food, your body will take damage. On the other hand it does not mean that you will get fat by eating fat or liquid by eating soup.
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It means that the person is extremely hungry and could eat just about any serving size put in front of them. It actually has nothing to do with the cow itself, just the size.
What does this expression mean 'Eat breakfast like a king lunch like a queen an dine like a pauper'?
Eat a big breakfast, a smaller lunch, and an even smaller dinner. Technically, people should be eating breakfast as the largest meal because we need more energy to last thro…ughout the day than at night when we just go to sleep and all that food turns into fat.
Marie Antoinette is reported to have said 'Qu'ils mangent de la brioche'. When French bakers ran out of bread, they were obliged to sell brioche to the needy at the same pri…ce as bread. So that when Marie Antoinette was allegedly told that the peasants had no bread, she merely indicated that they should be able to eat brioche... translated as 'cake'. This would indicate she failed to understand (or had not been told) that there was no flour for making that either. The phrase, meaning 'Let them eat cake', has been misinterpreted over the years, giving the impression that Marie-Antoinette was cruel and uncaring for the common people. Although it is traditionally attributed to Queen Marie Antoinette of France from 1789, it is now doubted that she actually said it, as it is also attributed to the earlier Queen, Marie-Thérèse - about 100 years earlier in a different crisis. And it appears that what she actually said was "let them eat pastry". In 1766, Jean-Jacques Rousseau wrote that he was quoting the famous saying of "a great princess", which was incorrectly attributed to Marie Antoinette. She couldn't have made the statement because, in 1766, she was only 11 years old.
It means you must make a choice, even if it is difficult. Say you've been served a piece of your favorite food. You can keep it, stare at it, put it in the freezer, whatever--…or you can eat it. But once you've eaten it, you can't keep it anymore--it's gone. But if you keep it, you can't eat it. Assuming she's not talking about actual food, she's asking you to give up something. For example, I can't have an exclusive relationship with my wife and date someone on the weekends.
Generally, a brilliant, strong voice that calls attention of many people (who can become faithful listeners, fans), mostly reaching many different notes and making interesting… variations, but also having some particularity in sound ("voice with personality") and of course singing into the right tune, which is normally hoped.
Jove is another name for Jupiter, the Roman version of Zeus. Saying "by Jove" is like the polytheistic way of saying "by God." It's a way to exclaim surprise.
everything is all good.
Over there, at an indeterminate point in the distance.
Express means to show something to another like an emotion or feeling. Like the phrase "to express your emotions" shows.
A constant in an algebraic expression is a number that does not change. For example x + 2 The 2 is a constant (does not change) x is a variable (can take on any value)
If you are "on it," then you are immediately going to start on whatever it is. If you are "on top of it," then you are successfully dealing with whatever it is. These phrases …are usually used in a business sense, where "it" is a project or job, but you might hear it used when the person means a task or chore.. "The computer is not working," Mary said. . "I'm on it," replied Stan. .
It refers to being out of the house doing something, usually running errands.
in radio language, it mean that everything's is clear(the signal is coming through strong and clearly)
Expression can mean you're saying something, but overreacting, and don't mean it. Expression also is a look a on someones face.
The expression is a common, British rooted superstition which states that a person should say or repeat the word 'rabbit,' 'rabbits,' 'white rabbits,' or some combination …of those, out loud upon the first waking moment on the first day of the month. Keeping with the saying will ensure the month will be lucky.
This expression means you can have everything you want without any recourses. It can also mean you get away with something and no one will find out.