To Stop or to wait!
The meaning of the idiom suck it up is to stand up or stand tall amidst all troubles. It can also be reversed as "compose yourself", "bear your troubles", and "go on".
"To be" is not an idiom - it's a verb.
It means to gather up enough courage to do something.
It means "shut up" or "be quiet"
It means stay with the rest of the group.
It means he's really angry.
to come up with new ideas
It made me laugh very much.
To be brave enough to do something challenging
"To kick up your heels!" is to celebrate. Get up and do something.
The idiom "apple shiner" means the teacher's pet.
The meaning of the idiom in the pink of health means being in good health.
Pest is not an idiom. It's a word.
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.
This is not an idiom. It is an expression whose meaning may be deduced from its component parts, unlike an idiom, whose meaning cannot be deduced from its component parts. It means having extremely limited options while being forced to act, like a person who is cornered in a fight.
Perhaps you mean "crack you up." This is an idiom meaning to make you laugh a lot. The image is of you laughing so hard that you crack apart.
The idiom means impress someone is egg on
It's not an idiom - to cope means to deal with, or to handle
It is a military term that means to rush in a group up to the walls of a fortified city and attack it. The idiom meaning is to attack, either physically or mentally, someone's position (either actual or figurative).
There is no idiom in this sentence.Definitions:Your order = what you have ordered or requested to eatAt a restaurant = at a place to buy meals that are already cookedMessed up = done incorrectly
No. This is not an idiom. An idiom is a group of words whose meaning is different from the meanings of the individual words. So it is not easy to know the meaning of an idiom. For example 'Let the cat out of the bag' is an idiom meaning to tell a secret by mistake. The meaning has nothing to do with cats or bags. "Treat others like you would want them to treat you" is a saying,
Teasing you .
By accident is not an idiom. It translates literally and conveys the same meaning. It means "not intentionally", "not planned", "as a result of happenstance".
meaning of cold war