#IOTW: Cat idioms

Here are 5 purrfect idioms to express your feeling, fellas!


1. The cat’s pajamas: someone or something wonderful or remarkable.
Example: She is perfect at dancing. She’s definitely the cat’s pajamas, man!

2. Let the cat out of the bag:  to reveal a secret or a surprise by accident.
Example: She was trying to keep the party a secret, but her litter sister let the cat out of the bag.

3. Curiosity killed the cat:  to warn someone not to ask too many questions about something.
Example:
A: ‘Where did you get all this money from?’
B: ‘Curiosity killed the cat, bro!’

4. Fat cat:  a negative description of a rich and powerful person.
Example: Those fat cats in government don’t care about the poor.

5. To rain cats and dogs: to rain very heavily.
Example: Take your umbrella, fellas. It’s raining cats and dogs out there.


Compiled and written by @AnienditaR at @EnglishTips4u on Saturday, March 25, 2017

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