It is another #IOTW time! Now we will be talking about idioms related to plants.
- Come up roses. Meaning: If things come up roses, they produce a positive result, especially when things seemed to be going badly at first.
Hit the hay. Meaning: going to bed.
Primrose path. Meaning: an easy and pleasurable lifestyle, but one that ends in unpleasantness and problems.
No bed of roses. Meaning: something difficult.
Shrinking violet. Meaning: a shy person who doesn’t express their views and opinions.
Thorn in your side. Meaning: someone or something that causes trouble or makes life difficult for you.
Turn a new leaf. Meaning: If someone turns a new leaf, they change their behavior and stop doing wrong or bad things.
Watch grass grow. Meaning: If something is like watching grass grow, it is really boring.
Old chestnut. Meaning: something which has been repeated so many times that it has lost its impact.
Nip it in the bud. Meaning: dealing with a problem when it is still small, before it can grow into something serious.
That’s all, fellas. Hope it could be useful for you! :D
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