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“Break your back” means “to ​work ​extremely hard”. Example: She ​broke her back to get the ​report finished on ​time.


"Lend an ear" means "to listen carefully". Example: Lend an ear to me and I will tell you a story.


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“On your high horse” means “to act as if you are better than other…


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"Hold all the aces" means "to have all the advantages, to be in a winning…


"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.