Updated: May 1, 2018
Idioms are very popular while speaking English as it conveys the right meaning the speaker bears. Idioms can actually be understood from a direct context or just need to be learnt and used the way it is commonly employed.
Here is your list of IDIOMS with their appropriate meaning.
Make sure you are using it right
1* A blessing in disguise: a good thing that seemed bad at first
2*‘The best of both worlds’ : enjoying two different opportunities at the same time.
3* ‘Break a leg’ : means ‘good luck’
4*Get out of hand: Get out of control
5*No pain, no gain: You have to work for what you want
6* Costs an arm and a leg: when something is very expensive.
7* Curiosity killed the cat: Being Inquisitive can lead you into an unpleasant situation.
8* Call it a day: Stop working on something .
9* Go on a wild goose chase: To do something pointless.
10* Hear it on the grapevine: To hear rumors about something or someone.
11* Play devil's advocate: To argue the opposite, just for the sake of argument .
12* Miss the boat: This idiom is used to say that someone missed his or her chance .
13* Sit on the fence: This is used when someone does not want to choose or make a decision.
14* A storm in a teacup: A big fuss about a small problem .
15* Whole nine yards: Everything. All of it.
16* Every dog has his day: Everyone gets a chance at least once .