Easy as Falling Off a Log

Meaning of Idiom ‘Easy as Falling off a Log’ When something is easy as falling off a log, it is very easy to do. 1Ammer, Christine. American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013., 2Spears, Richard A. McGraw-Hill’s American Idioms Dictionary]. Boston: McGraw Hill, 2008. See similar idioms: Easy as ABC  Easy as Pie Dead … Read more

Easy as ABC

Meaning of Idiom ‘Easy as ABC’ When something is easy as ABC it is very easy; not difficult at all. 1Ayto, John. Oxford Dictionary of English Idioms. Oxford: Oxford U, 2010.,2McCarthy, Michael. Cambridge International Dictionary of Idioms. Cambridge University Press, 2002 See similar idioms: Easy as Pie  Dead Easy  Piece of Cake  Cakewalk Not Rocket Science  … Read more

Eat Crow

Meaning of Idiom ‘Eat Crow’ To eat crow is to be humiliated and shamed after being shown to be wrong or to be forced to admit one’s error and be publicly shamed as a result. 1Spears, Richard A. McGraw-Hill’s American Idioms Dictionary. Boston: McGraw Hill, 2008., 2Ammer, Christine. American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms]. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, … Read more

Eat Humble Pie

Meaning of Idiom ‘Eat Humble Pie’ To eat humble pie is to be forced to admit one’s error or wrongdoing and to be humiliated, abased or “humbled.” 1Troy, Eric. “Eating Humble Pie: How Did This Expression Come About?” Culinary Lore, 29 May 2018, ., 2Ayto, John. Oxford Dictionary of English Idioms. Oxford: Oxford U, 2010., 3Jarvie, Gordon. Bloomsbury Dictionary of … Read more

Easy as Pie

Meaning of Idiom ‘Easy as Pie’ When something is easy as pie, it is very easy to do, presenting no difficulty. 1Ammer, Christine. American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013.,2Ayto, John. Oxford Dictionary of English Idioms. Oxford: Oxford U, 2010. See similar idiom Piece of Cake Examples Of Use “That math test today was … Read more

Eat Your Heart Out

Meaning of Idiom ‘Eat Your Heart Out’ To eat your heart out is to feel jealous or envious of someone else’s achievements or good fortune. Occasionally, it means to feel other strong emotions, especially grief, bitterness, or worry over something. 1Pare, May. Body Idioms and More: For Learners of English. United States?: Mayuree Pare, 2005.,2Bengelsdorf, Peter. Idioms in the … Read more

Eat Like A Horse

Meaning of Idiom ‘Eat Like a Horse’ To eat like a horse means to eat a large amount of food or to have a very large appetite. 1Brenner, Gail Abel. Webster’s New World American Idioms Handbook. Wiley, 2003.,2Kirkpatrick, Elizabeth M. The Wordsworth Dictionary of Idioms. Ware: Wordsworth, 1995. Compare to: I Could Eat a Horse. Eat Like a Bird. … Read more

Eat Like A Bird

Meaning of Idiom ‘To Eat Like a Bird’ To eat like a bird means to eat very little or to eat very small portions only big enough for a bird; to have a very small appetite. 1Ammer, Christine. American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013.,2Brenner, Gail Abel. Webster’s New World American Idioms Handbook. Wiley, 2003. Compare … Read more

Eat and Run

Meaning of Idiom ‘Eat and Run’ To eat and run means to eat a meal or a snack quickly and then immediately leave. 1Spears, Richard A. McGraw-Hill’s American Idioms Dictionary. Boston: McGraw Hill, 2008.,2Ammer, Christine. American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013.  Want to see more videos from Idioms.Online? Subscribe to our YouTube channel! Usage This idiom … Read more

Eat A Horse, I could

Meaning of Idiom “I Could Eat a Horse” I could eat a horse means “I am extremely hungry.” 1Ayto, John. Oxford Dictionary of English Idioms. Oxford: Oxford U, 2010.  Want to see more videos from Idioms.Online? Subscribe to our YouTube channel! Usage The idiom is usually used to refer to oneself but can be used to … Read more