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I think it means that that person agrees with that others persons idiom and that it fit that question that the teacher or whoever asked that question.
gandhi was an Indian who believes in peace
Swift,Very fast (lol) , agile ok theres to many im not telling you more
"Fast" usually means that someone is not sexually particular, and will leap into a sexual encounter with almost anyone.
Idioms are phrases or expressions whose meaning should not be taken literally. I cannot be understood by simply knowing and putting together the ordinary meanings of the separ…ate words in it. Examples: Contracts, agreements, and memos should be put into Black and White. (into writing) I burned the midnight oil whenever there's a test. (study thoroughly)
Play the notes much faster than before. Perhaps you mean the term "prestissimo".
This is not an idiom. It means just what it says. It is a sayingthat means time seems to go by more quickly when you are doingsomething enjoyable than it does when you are unc…omfortable.
hurtled, ran, flew
You might say you were "caught short" if you didn't have enough topay for something. You could say that you only earn "chicken feed"if you don't make much. You could be "down …and out" if you havenothing.
You might try "dead tired" or "dog tired." "Asleep at the wheel"and "ready to drop" are a couple of other ideas.
You'd say you were "strapped for cash."
Coming in thick and fast - Something that happens rapidly and in large numbers. Fast and furious - Very rapidly with extreme energy. Getting nowhere fast - To make n…o progress in what you are trying to accomplish. Hard and fast - invariable, fixed Life in the fast lane - Living a rather risky or active life. Lightning fast - incredibly fast Make a fast buck - To make lots of money quickly without much effort, often in a dishonest way. Moving too fast - Means that someone is trying to rush a relationship or trying to get others to do things they are not ready to do at the present time. Not so fast - A way to tell someone to wait for further instructions or to stop doing something. On a fast track - A quick way of achieving something. Often, the word "to" follows. Pull a fast one - to deceive someone successfully.
Fleet (of foot), swift (as a streak of lightning), are two possibilities.