#IOTW: Idioms about Friendship

Hello, fellas! How was your weekend?

Today we will learn more idioms about friendship.
Do you know some idioms about friendship?

Let’s start.
1. Like two peas in a pod.
Meaning: very similar.
E.g. “My brother and his best friend were like two peas in a pod.”

  1. To bury the hatchet.
    Meaning: to end a conflict and become friendly.
    E.g. “My father and my mother agreed to bury the hatchet after years of arguing.”

  2. To hit it off.
    Meaning: find yourself immidately and naturally friendly with someone.
    E.g. “My cousin met his friend at school and hit it off right away.”

  3. Joined at the hip.
    Meaning: refers to friends who are always seen together.
    E.g. “My sister and her best friend are not joined at the hip. They have their own personal lives and spaces.”

  4. To see eye to eye with someone.
    Meaning: agree with someone.
    E.g. “I don’t always see eye to eye with my mother.”

  5. To build bridges.
    Meaning: to promote friendly relations between people or groups.
    E.g. “The cafe owner should build bridges with next door butcher.”

Compiled and written by @sherlydarmali for @EnglishTips4U on Sunday, November 10, 2019.

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