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“Have a sweet tooth” means “to like to eat sweet food”. Example: The girl has a sweet tooth. She loves chocolate.

“Have a sweet tooth” means “to like to eat sweet food”. Example: The girl has a sweet tooth. She loves chocolate.

“As blind as a bat” means “unable to ​see well”. Example: I’m as blind as a ​bat without my ​glasses.

“As blind as a bat” means “unable to ​see well”. Example: I’m as blind as a ​bat without my ​glasses.

“Just what the doctor ordered” means “exactly what was wanted or needed”. Example: An evening without the kids was just what the doctor ordered.

“Just what the doctor ordered” means “exactly what was wanted or needed”. Example: An evening without the kids was just what the doctor ordered.

“Spit it out” means “go ahead and say something”. Example: Come on, spit it out…

“Spit it out” means “go ahead and say something”. Example: Come on, spit it out…

“Blue in the face” means “exhausted from anger”. Example: You can argue until you’re blue in the face, but I refuse to go.

“Blue in the face” means “exhausted from anger”. Example: You can argue until you’re blue in the face, but I refuse to go.

“Have one foot in the grave” means “to be very ​old and close to ​death”. Example: You’d better go visit uncle Bill while you can. He has one foot in the grave.

“Have one foot in the grave” means “to be very ​old and close to ​death”. Example: You’d better go visit uncle Bill while you can. He has one foot in the grave.

“Show someone the door” means “to dismiss someone from a job”. Example: Jones made the mistake of complaining about the boss and was shown the door.

“Show someone the door” means “to dismiss someone from a job”. Example: Jones made the mistake of complaining about the boss and was shown the door.

“Blow your top” means “to become very angry”. Example: My father will blow his top when he sees what happened to the car.

“Blow your top” means “to become very angry”. Example: My father will blow his top when he sees what happened to the car.

“Like a kid in a candy store” means “very happy and excited about something”. Example: Robert felt like a kid in a candy store when he went to the International Motor Show.

“Like a kid in a candy store” means “very happy and excited about something”. Example: Robert felt like a kid in a candy store when he went to the International Motor Show.

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