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Other ways to say: Nice, Good, Bad, Sad, Happy, Pretty - learn English,vocabulary,communication,english

Other ways to say: Nice, Good, Bad, Sad, Happy, Pretty - learn English,vocabulary,communication,english

"Zip your lip" means "be quiet".  Example: Why don’t you just zip your lip? I’m tired of listening to you.

"Zip your lip" means "be quiet". Example: Why don’t you just zip your lip? I’m tired of listening to you.

"Feel blue" means "to feel sad".  Example: I was really feeling blue after she told me she was leaving.

"Feel blue" means "to feel sad". Example: I was really feeling blue after she told me she was leaving.

Other ways to say: Nice, Good, Bad, Sad, Happy, Pretty - learn English,vocabulary,communication,english

Other ways to say: Nice, Good, Bad, Sad, Happy, Pretty - learn English,vocabulary,communication,english

“Blood, sweat, and tears” is a lot of effort and suffering. Example: We put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into fixing our old house.

“Blood, sweat, and tears” is a lot of effort and suffering. Example: We put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into fixing our old house.

Goody two-shoes

Goody two-shoes

“Mad as a hatter” means “completely insane”. Example: If the prime minister thinks that people will be happy to pay higher taxes, he must be as mad as a hatter.

“Mad as a hatter” means “completely insane”. Example: If the prime minister thinks that people will be happy to pay higher taxes, he must be as mad as a hatter.

"Fuzz" is the police. Example: Peter was afraid the fuzz would catch him after…

"Fuzz" is the police. Example: Peter was afraid the fuzz would catch him after…

“Cheesy” means something cheap-looking and in poor taste. Example: I can’t believe Carol bought that couch just because it was on sale. It looks so cheesy. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Cheesy” means something cheap-looking and in poor taste. Example: I can’t believe Carol bought that couch just because it was on sale. It looks so cheesy. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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