#IOTW: Outer Space Idioms

  1. Out of this world. Meaning: extraordinary.
    • Example:
    • I climbed Mount Sindoro last week. Man, the view from up there were out of this world!

  2. Living on another planet. Meaning: not realizing what is going on; having unreasonable ideas.
    • Example:
    • They think they can run that kind of business with just 50 million rupiahs in their hands. It’s like they’re living on another planet.

  3. Living in cloud cuckoo land. Meaning: believing naively that impossible things might happen.
    • Example:
    • If you think the designer can finish that amount of work in three days you’re living in cloud cuckoo land.

  4. (Having) stars in one’s eyes. Meaning: hopeful and enthusiastic about what is going to happen to you in the future.
    • Example:
    • I see some of the new students enter their first ever classroom with stars in their eyes.

  5. Written in the stars. Meaning: certain to happen, intended to be.
    • Example:
    • It’s written in the stars that he would become the king of our kingdom.

  6. Not rocket science. Meaning: requires no extraordinary skill or intelligence.
    • Example:
    • Simply plug in the power cord and push the power button. It’s not rocket science.

    • “It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to plug in the power cord and push the power button.”

 

Compiled and written by @Fafafin for @EnglishTips4U on Thursday, October 13, 2016

 

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