IDIOMS


31-to eat like a horse    : ayı/öküz gibi yemek
     Bill eats like a horse, but he is very thin.

32-as brave as a lion    : çok cesur
     Rodi is not  very big, but he is as brave as a lion.

33-to pull in (or tighten) one's belt :
     kemer sıkmak, masrafları azaltmak
     They had to tighten their belts while their father was unemployed.

34-to die one's boots    :
     yatakta ölmemek, çalışırken veya ayakta ölmek.
     Jack had to work so he died in his boots.

35-shirty                           : kızgın
 Dorothy got very shirty when she lost her money.

36-to give someone a black look : birine kızgın bir şekilde bakmak
 Her father gave her a black look when she got home very late.

37-plum                           : (iş vb.) yüksek ödemeli, maaşlı
 
John's father got a plum job with an international company-free car, 
 expenses
and much more.
 
38-baking-hot                 : kavurucu s
ıcak, çok sıcak
 The first day of their holiday  was a baking hot .

39-to salt away               : para biriktirmek
 Tim is not very rich, he is trying to salt away for a rainy day.

40-my ears are burning : kulaklarım çınlıyor, birisi beni anıyor.

 
My ears are burning. Somebody is talking about me.
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