There for Someone, to be

Meaning of Idiom ‘To Be There for Someone’ To be there for someone means to be available to help someone and to provide support, to listen, and help comfort them, especially in times of trouble. 1Walter, Elizabeth. Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary. Cambridge Univ. Press, 2007. ,2Collins COBUILD Idioms Dictionary, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2012  Examples of … Read more

There’s No Telling

Meaning of Idiom ‘There’s No Telling’ The phrase “there’s no telling” means it is impossible to know (something); anything could happen. Examples Of Use “Frank is out of control. There’s no telling what he’s going to do next.” “What do you think the jury is going to decide, asked Barry? “There’s no telling,” said Lloyd, … Read more