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Idioms: letter M
Idioms Letter M

Today in the classroom you are going to learn some idioms beginning with the letter M.
 
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Idioms: American English Idioms - Letter M

Today learn 10 idioms beginning with the letter M.
Idiom Definition Usage
mad as a hornet very angry He was mad as a hornet when I saw yesterday.
made a hit was popular Her cake made a hit at the party.
make a beeline go directly and quickly She will probably make a beeline to the travel section.
make a bundle make a lot of money He could make a bundle on the stock market this year.
make a day of it stay the entire day We decided to make a day of it at the park.
make a dent make progress It seemed like we did not even make a dent towards completing the project.
make a difference change anything It does not seem to make a difference if we talk or not.
make a go of achieve success in He is trying to make a go of the business even though he is losing money.
make a killing make a lot of money You can make a killing in Las Vegas.
make a living make enough money You cannot make a living at your present job.
More Idioms
From YOUR Teacher: Make a Living

The American English idiom "make a living" more specifically means to make enough money to cover monthly expenses.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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