Give someone an inch and they will take a mile (or yard)
Give someone a little and they will want more - some people are never satisfied.
He who know nothing doubts nothing
Knowledge leads us to make choices.
If you want a friend, be a friend
Friendship must be reciprocal.
Penny wise, pound foolish.
Refers to a person who is careful about spending small amounts of money, but not careful about spending large amounts.
Mark, learn and inwardly digest.
Note and reflect upon something in order to thoroughly assimilate it.
NEW WORDS IN ENGLISH
omnishambles- A badly-managed situation, especially in politics, in which poor judgment results in blunders and miscalculations with potentially disastrous consequences.
pig ear / pig's ear- Pieces of metal fixed to the edge of low walls, ledges, benches, steps etc. in urban areas to prevent skateboarders from sliding or jumping on them. These are also called “skateboard deterrents” or “skatestoppers”.
Synonyms and Antonyms
engaged in or concerned with agriculture years of drought had a devastating impact on the region's farming communities
Synonyms- of farming agrarian, agricultural
Words Related- to farming agronomic, arable [British], monocultural bucolic, georgic, pastoral, pastoralist garden aquacultural, arboricultural country, rural, rustic (also rustical), villatic
Near Antonyms- of farming metro, metropolitan, urban industrial, industrialized
Antonyms- of farming nonagricultural
A phrasal verb is a verb followed by a preposition or an adverb; the combination creates a meaning different from the original verb. Below you will find a list of phrasal verbs in alphabetical order with their meaning and an example of use.
ease off/up- Reduce, become less severe or slow down(pain, traffic, work ...)
After Christmas, the workload generally eases off.
hand back- Return
She read the article and then handed it back.
If you're keen on stunning kites and cunning stunts, buy a cunning stunning stunt kite.
(Repeat it loudly a few times to check if you could say it fast, without a slip)