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What is the idiom meaning very fast?
It is when you realize that you can't win and you admit defeat.
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)
It means hurry up. It means to hurry up and start doing whatever you're supposed to be doing, not to keep fooling around doing other things.
It means you are broke or you have no money what so ever.
Hurry up, finish what you started, whats the main part of this question, stuff like that. It's not necessarily and idiom, just a popular saying people use.
I am not aware of this idiom. Supposedly, it is something that occasionally shows up in a fortune cookie. There is no known idiomatic meaning; it's just something humorous to …put into a cookie.
It means "to try it", a better way of saying it is "have a go at it" . happy speaking!
get to the bus stop before the bus pulls off. To "catch" a bus, train, plane, or other vehicle just means that you got there on time and boarded. The image is of you chasing …after the vehicle and catching it so you can climb on.
If you mean highway and trucker slang and jargon, here are some: Banging a uey - Making a U-turn. Chicken coop -Trucker's weight station. Fuzz - The police or highway patro…l. Fuzz buster - Radar detector to keep truckers out of trouble for speeding. Kicking the donuts - Checking the tires. Knuckle buster - Fistfight. Meat wagon - An ambulance. Mountie - Highway patrolman. Rubernecking - Slowing traffic by looking at wrecks instead of the road. Smokey - Highway patrol, comes from Smokey the Bear patrolling forests for fires. Socked in - Unable to travel due to fog. There are also number codes used by truckers and police: 10-4 - Okay, affirmative, acknowledgement. 10-7 - Out of service. 10-10 - Fight in progress. 10-20 - Someone's location. 10-34 - Riot 10-50 - Wreck 10-70 - Fire 10-94 - Drag racing 10-100 - (Unofficial) Urinating on the side of the road 10-200 - (Unofficial) Defecating on the side of the road There are many more, and they can be found in the related links area below.
It's a nonsense phrase used when someone is upset or sad. You pat them on the back and say "There, there." You can also say "there, there, everything will turn out right."
The idiom "apple shiner" means the teacher's pet.
Quick, rapid, hasty,
If you are thinking 'ran' -you are wrong. To walk and to run are totally different means of locomotion.
if you mean, to become a fast runner then : 1.you need in the morrning at 6 oclock, to exercise, just run for 1 hour or two, but only in the summer exercise, on the holiday …it is good at home. 2.you need to drink fruit juice, it helps for vitamins. 3.you need when running, to take a brake after 20 minutes, of running 4.then after 3 or 4 months of doing these steps,start eating only fruits for 1 week, and don't run, for one week, after one week, repeat these steps, again and again.
Playing gooseberries means the same as the Hindi phrase 'Kabaab me haddi'. It means a person is interfering two people who are a possible couple and not letting them spend tim…e with each other.
It means you stood up and started giving a speech.