- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
小b的第一個有點怪，因為我印象中是green thumb, 而不是great thumb.
2006-10-29 15:02:56 補充：
Idioms from Body Parts
Each example below has an idiom with a body part(s). Can you guess the meaning of each idiom from the context? Try to match each idiom (1-7) with its definition (a-g).
1.I don't like talking to Jim. He has a big mouth and can't keep any secrets.
2.Everything in that new boutique costs an arm and a leg. I don't think I can afford to buy anything there.
3.I have a sweet tooth: I like chocolate, ice cream, and almost all kinds of desserts.
4.Trying to find a parking space downtown is really a pain in the neck.
5.There is no test tomorrow. Don't believe John. He's just pulling your leg.
6.I put my foot in my mouth when I told my friend that she was getting fat. She got so angry with me!
7.I can't get along with my sister. We don't see eye to eye on almost anything.
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2006-10-29 15:04:20 補充：
8.as dry as a bone
- very dry
The river bed was as dry as a bone at the end of the summer.
9.as soft as a baby's bottom
- very soft and smooth
My new silk pajamas are as soft as a baby's bottom.
2006-10-29 15:05:00 補充：
10. at each other's throats
- fight/argue all the time
The two boys were at each other's throats as soon as they entered the room.
11. at the top of one's lungs
- with a very loud voice
I yelled at the top of my lungs to get the man's attention.
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- next to each other and touching backs
The students were sitting back-to-back as they did their exercises for the gym class.
2006-10-29 15:06:11 補充：
13. bad blood (between people)
- anger or a bad relationship due to past problems with someone
There has always been a lot of bad blood between the two supervisors.
2006-10-29 15:06:43 補充：
14. bare bones (of something)
- the most basic and important parts of something
The company had to restructure and most services were cut to the bare bones of the operation.
2006-10-29 15:07:00 補充：
15. behind one's back
- do something when one is absent or without one's knowledge, secretly
I don't like people who talk behind my back.
16. (go/be) belly up
- (a company) fails or goes bankrupt
The small video store near my house went belly-up last month.
2006-10-29 15:07:51 補充：
17. blood is thicker than water
- family members are closer to one another than to others
Blood is thicker than water and people usually support and help their family in times of trouble.
2006-10-29 15:08:17 補充：
18. blood runs cold
- one is terrified or horrified
My blood ran cold when I saw the poison spider on my bed.
19. blood, sweat, and tears
- great personal effort
We put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into fixing our old house.
2006-10-29 15:09:07 補充：
20.get the cold shoulder (from someone)
- be ignored, be rejected
Yesterday, one of the women who I work with gave me the cold shoulder all day.
2006-10-29 15:10:54 補充：
- 1 decade ago
1.He has a great thumb.他精通園藝。
2.Cross the fingers.祈求好運。
3.My fingers are all thumbs.我的手指不靈活。
4.keep one's fingers crossed:祈求幸運；祝好運
5.not raise a finger to do sth. :不肯出力幫忙
6.under someone's thumb:在某人的控制下