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all kidding aside
Select all options that mean:
go to town
What is the meaning of the idiom: “go to town“?
Which of the statements conveys the meaning of the sentence:
We need someone to teach the new staff. Someone who knows the ropes and is good at explaining things.
Select all options that do not mean the following:
Com on you guys. Let’s go to town. We have to finish this job before noon.
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Seriously, I must finish this report for tomorrow’s meeting.
Select the correct option for the blank
He must know the ropes by now. It’s been more than three months since ____
What is the meaning of the idiom: “have it made/got it made“?
What is the meaning of the idiom: “know the ropes“?
What is the meaning of the idiom: “in a nutshell“?