"Butter someone up" means "to flatter or be nice to someone in order to get something from them". Example: I’ve stopped answering my phone when Jenny calls me. She always butters me up with lots of compliments and then asks for a big favour.

"Butter someone up" means "to flatter or be nice to someone in order to get something from them". Example: I’ve stopped answering my phone when Jenny calls me. She always butters me up with lots of compliments and then asks for a big favour.

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Idom tell a white lie Repinned by Chesapeake College Adult Ed. We offer free classes on the Eastern Shore of MD to help you earn your GED - H.S. Diploma or Learn English (ESL). www.Chesapeake.edu

“Drive someone around the bend” means “to irritate, to make someone angry”.Example: My children always drive me around the bend when they are tired and in a bad mood.

“Drive someone around the bend” means “to irritate, to make someone angry”.Example: My children always drive me around the bend when they are tired and in a bad mood.

come rain or shine

come rain or shine

Other ways to say: Think

Other ways to say: Think

Synonyms to the phrase VERY GOOD Other ways to say VERY GOOD

Synonyms to the phrase VERY GOOD Other ways to say VERY GOOD

Other ways to say: Cold                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

Other ways to say: Cold Mais

American Idioms

American Idioms

Synonyms to the word IN MY OPINION Other ways to say IN MY OPINION

Synonyms to the word IN MY OPINION Other ways to say IN MY OPINION

No-brainer

No-brainer

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