What is the meaning of the idiomatic expression 'arrived to teeth'?
do you mean "armed to the teeth"? If so you will be carrying every weapon you need to suit the circumstances - know and unknown. It does not only apply to weapons, but generally means that you would be ready for anything
You might be in need of dental attention. Answer: While dreams of teeth can indicate a need for a dental exam, more often they have a less literal meaning. Teeth symbolize personal strength and power, as in the expression, "Put some teeth into it!" So the dream probably refers to a sudden loss of personal influence or potency, or the fear of such a loss.
The answer is "mare". The expression "as scarce as hen's teeth" means that it doesn't exist (because they don't). The original meaning of "mare's nest" is something illusory--or doesn't exist. In addition to the parallel meaning between the two expressions or idioms, there is also a parallel construction, with a possessive in each case: hen's teeth; mare's nest. This is important in an analogy question, which requires an exact parallel for the answer to be…