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"Lend an ear" means "to listen carefully". Example: Lend an ear to me and I will tell you a story.
"Pull the wool over someone's eyes" means "to deceive someone". Example: Don't let insurance companies pull the wool over your eyes - ask for a list of all the hidden charges.
"Hold all the aces" means "to have all the advantages, to be in a winning…
“Buy a pig in a poke” means “to buy something without seeing it or knowing anything about it”. Example: I just took the salesman’s word that this camera worked. I guess I bought a pig in a poke.
Pokusy doma s deťmi znamenajú, že kuchyňa sa premení na zábavné chemické laboratórium. Na pokusy používam jednoduché a bežne dostupné ingre...
"Spin a yarn" means "to tell a long tale". Example: My grandmother could really spin a yarn. She would keep us entertained for hours with her stories.
“Put your heads together” means “to discuss or plan something together with…