#IOTW: Idioms related to vacation

Do you often go on a vacation, fellas? Do you like it? Yup, today we’re going to talk about vacation. I will share some idioms related to vacation.

  1. B and b. Meaning: bed and breakfast.
  2. Take a dip. Meaning: to swim.
  3. Booked solid. Meaning: completely full (usually for rooms).
  4. Have a lot on one’s plate. Meaning: have a lot of things to do
  5. Kick back. Meaning: to relax.
  6. Put someone up. Meaning: allow someone to stay in your house.
  7. On a shoestring (for budget). Meaning: very little amount of money.
  8. Line something up. Meaning: organize something
  9. Head for. Meaning: go in the direction of.
  10. Hit the town. Meaning: go out and have fun.

So that’s the idioms I can share for today, fellas. Hope you can use them properly from now on :D

Compiled and written by @waitatiri at @EnglishTips4U on Thursday, October 9, 2013.


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