This is an idiom. It means to manage the situation. Just to talk about rule we place `noun / pronoun` in place of `to` and `ones` and use it in various tenses.like... I keep my head above water most of the times..means I manage the situation well mos
hi all,Bit engrossed in company development activities hence unable to be here for quite some time.The phrase given above means to do some work / action / activity with certain predetermined terms & conditions that suits the subject of the event. Her
This is a very good idiom that talks about how should we behave and act. This is based on the process of harvesting. When we sow the seeds of roses, we are bound to get roses only as plant. It is not possible to get oranges, by planing mango seeds.
There are some words in English that are used to make many phrases. `Take` is one of them. This we understand when we start using dictionary. Here are some `take` phrases.1. To take advantage of: (remember `to` phrases can be converted into 12 tenses
This is a very powerful idiom and can help us to groom personality when analyzed & understood. It means that we have no right to criticize or take any action for the same kind of mistakes that we commit often, are committed by others.This can be used
Some idioms give us insight and we can use them to take up some social or personal challenge. This one comes under such category.The meaning is to have just enough money to satisfy basic needs of life. It is connected to the poverty in human life.Exa
This idiom says that it is not possible for one person to achieve something. There is a need for minimum two persons to come together and achieve. Example - (a) How do you expect him to complete the work alone, it takes two to tango. (b) Do you mean