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20 Zakelijke Engelse idiomen om indruk mee te maken! Blog van SR training zakelijk Engels.

“Cry me a river” means “you can cry or complain a lot but you will not get my sympathy”. Example: - My best friend hasn’t called me for a week! - Oh, cry me a river. You never call anyone. Get our apps for learning English: http://learzing.com

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“Devil is in the detail” means “small things in plans can cause difficulties when you examine them closely enough”. Example: This task may look very simple, but the devil is in the detail. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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"Save your breath" means "stop useless talk". Example: There is no sense in…

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"Build castles in the air" means "to make plans that have very little chance of…

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"Cry me a river" means "you can cry or complain a lot but you will not get my…

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“Break your duck” means “to do something for the first time”. Example: No matter how hard I try, I can’t catch a fish when I go fishing. I really hope I break my duck tomorrow. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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“Buy the farm” means “to die”. Example: I’ll pass through this illness. I’m too young to buy the farm. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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“Knocking on heaven’s door” means “to be dying, to be close to death”. Example: Our dog is over 15 years old, and he’s pretty sick. He’s knocking on heaven’s door. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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