< Englische Sprichwörter >

Arsy varsey.
English phrase.

Arsy varsy.
English phrase.

Arsy versy.
English phrase.

Art imitates life.
English phrase.

Art is long, life is short.

Art is the imposing of a pattern on experience, and our aesthetic enjoyment is recognition of the pattern.
Alfred North Whitehead (1861 - 1947)

Artefact versus Artifact.
en] Confusing Words

Artful dodger.
English phrase.

Arty-farty.

As a dog returns to his vomit, so a fool repeats his folly.

As a dog returns to his vomit, so a fool repeats his folly.
English phrase.

As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.

As a rule.
English phrase.

As a whole.
English phrase.

As above, so below.
English phrase.

As agile as a monkey.
English phrase.

As alike as two peas in a pod.

As all get-out.
English phrase.

As American as Apple Pie.

As Awkward as a Bull in a China Shop.

As bald as a coot.

As best one can.
English phrase.

As black as Newgate's knocker.

As bold as brass.

As brown as a berry.

As brown as a berry.
English phrase.

As busy as a bee.

As busy as a bee/(to be) a busy bee.
widespread idiom
en] (to be) very busy and very active; (to be) diligent, hardworking and industrious.

As busy as a one-armed paperhanger.

As clear as a whistle.

As cold as any stone.

As cold as cucumbers.

As cold as ice.
en] This expression is often used to describe a person that does not have a great deal of emotion.

As cool as a cucumber.

As crook as Rookwood.

As cute as a bug's ear.

As daft as a brush.

As dead as a dodo.

As dead as a doornail.

As different as chalk and cheese.

As different as day and night.
widespread idiom
en] very different, showing a striking difference; being absolutely incompatible.

As different as fire and water.
widespread idiom
en] very different, making for the greatest possible, unbridgeable contrast.

As different as night and day.
widespread idiom
en] very different, showing a striking difference; being absolutely incompatible.

As Dull as Dishwater.

As easy as pie.

As English as apple pie.
English phrase.

As ever trod shoe-leather.
English phrase.

As ever.
English phrase.

As Far as I Can Throw (someone).

As far as one knows.
English phrase.

As far as.
English phrase.

As fast as greased lightning.

As fine as Dick's hatband.
English phrase.

As fine as frog's hair.

As fit as a butcher's dog.

As Fit as A Fiddle.

As for.
English phrase.

As good as gold.

As good as it gets.
English phrase.

As good as one's word.
English phrase.

As good as.
English phrase.

As good luck would have it.

As happy as a clam.

As happy as a sandboy.

As Happy as Larry.

As happy as....

As hard as a rock.
English phrase.

As high as a kite.

As high as Heaven, as deep as Hell.

As I brew so I must drink.

As I was saying.
English phrase.

As if there is no tomorrow.
English phrase.

As if there was no tomorrow.
English phrase.

As if there were no tomorrow.
English phrase.

As if.
English phrase.

As in.
English phrase.

As is.
English phrase.

As it happens.
English phrase.

As it is.
English phrase.

As keen as mustard.

As like as not.
English phrase.

As long as a cock lives, it is said to have belonged to the child of the house; but when it is slaughtered for super, it is then that the real owner emerges.
Africa

As long as I make you to be inferior, I render myself inferior.
Africa

As long as the beard exists, the world clenches its fists. As long as the pakul hat exists, the world stutters in fits.

As long as the white man stutters, the interpreters have a lot of work.
Africa

As long as there are fools in the world, no one will be penniless.

As long as there is no wind, the tree won't blow.

As long as.
English phrase.

As luck may have it.
English phrase.

As luck would have it.
English phrase.

As mad as a hatter.

As mad as a hatter.
en] In the past, hat makers (hatters) were exposed to mercury.

As mad as a March hare.

As much use as a chocolate fireguard.
English phrase.

As much use as a chocolate teapot.
English phrase.

As much.
English phrase.

As mute/dumb as a fish (German: stumm wie ein Fisch).
widespread idiom
en] very silent, obstinately refusing to speak, especially about a specific topic.

As nice as ninepence.

As of late.
English phrase.

As of.
English phrase.

As often as not.
English phrase.

As old as Methuselah.

As Old as the Hills.

As one does.
English phrase.

As one door closes, another opens.

As Pale as A Ghost.

As Pale as Death.

As pleased as Punch.

As Poor as a Church Mouse.

As proud as a peacock.
widespread idiom
en] very proud and conceited, having a very good opinion of oneself.

As pure as the driven snow.

As queer as a nine bob note.

As queer as Dick's hatband.
English phrase.

As quick as a flash.
widespread idiom
en] extremely quickly or suddenly, in one quick movement.

As quiet/silent as the grave.
widespread idiom
en] completely quiet or silent.

As Red as A Cherry.

As right as rain.

As safe as houses.

As sly as a fox.
English phrase.

As snug as a bug in a rug.

As society is now constituted, a literal adherence to the moral precepts scattered throughout the Gospels would mean sudden death.
Alfred North Whitehead (1861 - 1947)

As soon as an idea is accepted it is time to reject it.
Holbrook Jackson (1874 - 1948)

As soon as you question someone's integrity, it is a reflection of your own.
Africa

As soon as.
English phrase.

As straight as a die.

As the actress said to the bishop.
English phrase.

As the case may be.
English phrase.

As the Crow Flies.

As the Crow Flies.
English phrase.

As the day is long.
English phrase.

As the dog said, As the dog said, "If I fall down for you and you fall down for me, it is playing.".
Africa

As the fella said.
English phrase.

As the fella says.
English phrase.

As the next girl.
English phrase.

As the next guy.
English phrase.

As the old cock crows, so crows the young.

As the passing moments fly, use them, everyone, as they pass by.

As the saying goes.
English phrase.

As the sun's shadow shifts, so there is no permanence on earth.

As the unthought-on aeeident is guilty of what we wildly do, so we profess ourselves to be the slaves of chance, and flies of every wind that blows.
Shakespeare

As the wind blows.
English phrase.

As the wound inflames the finger, so thought inflames the mind.
Africa

As they say on my own Cape Cod, a rising tide lifts all the boats.

As they say.
English phrase.

As thick as thieves.

As thick as two short planks.

As tight as Dick's hatband.
English phrase.

As to.
English phrase.

As welcome as flowers in May.

As well as.
English phrase.

As well.
English phrase.

As white as snow.

As X as Y.

As yet.
English phrase.

As you do for your ancestors, your children will do for you.
Africa

As you do.
English phrase.

As you know.
English phrase.

As you make your bed, so you must lie in it.

As you make your bed, so you must lie on it.

As you make your bed, so you must lie upon it.

As you sow, so shall you reap.

As you sow, so shall you reap.
English phrase.

Asaltacunas.
English phrase.

Asap - As soon as possible.

Asf.
English phrase.

Ash wednesday.
English phrase.

Ashes fly back into the face of him who throws them.
Africa

Ashes to ashes dust to dust.

Ashes will always blow back into the face of the thrower.
Africa

Ask a silly question and you'll get a silly answer.

Ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer.

Ask advice of ypur equals, help of your superiors.
Dan.

Ask after.
English phrase.

Ask around.
English phrase.

Ask for it.
English phrase.

Ask for the moon.
English phrase.

Ask for.
English phrase.

Ask in.
English phrase.

Ask me no questions, I'll tell you no lies.

Ask me one on sport.
English phrase.

Ask my arse.
English phrase.

Ask no questions and hear no lies.

Ask not for whom the bell tolls.

Ask out.
English phrase.

Ask pardon for all wrongs, and thus dwell peacefully with all men, as much as lieth in you.

Ask round.
English phrase.

Ask the experienced rather than a doctor (the learned).

Ask the question.
English phrase.

Ask the truth from a child.

Ask thy purse what thou should'st buy.

Asking for a friend.
English phrase.

Asleep at the switch.
English phrase.

Asleep at the wheel.
English phrase.

Asphalt jungle.
English phrase.

Asposta.
English phrase.

Ass into gear.
English phrase.

Ass over teakettle.
English phrase.

Assault and battery.
English phrase.

Ass-backwards.
English phrase.

Assembly line.
English phrase.

Assent versus Consent.
en] Confusing Words

Asspussy.
English phrase.

Assume the mantle.
English phrase.

Assume the position.
English phrase.

At a canter.
English phrase.

At a glance.
English phrase.

At a hunting expedition you cannot apportion the meat before you kill the animal.
Africa

At a loss for words.
English phrase.

At a loss.
English phrase.

At a moment's notice.
English phrase.

At a pinch.
English phrase.

At a snail's pace/at a snail-like pace.
widespread idiom
en] extremely slowly, deliberate of movement.

At a stand.
English phrase.

At All Costs.

At all hours.
English phrase.

At all.
English phrase.

At any price.
widespread idiom
en] under all circumstances, at any rate, regardless of the costs and other disadvantages.

At arm's length.
English phrase.

At bay.
English phrase.

At best.
English phrase.

At bottom.
English phrase.

At cross purposes.
English phrase.

At cross-purposes.
English phrase.

At death's door.
en] This expression is used to describe a person that either looks seriously ill or actually is.

At death's door.
English phrase.

At Each Other's Throats.

At each other's throats.
English phrase.

At ease with nudity.
English phrase.

At First Blush.

At first blush.
English phrase.

At first hand.
widespread idiom
en] from your own experience or knowledge, rather than from someone else; directly; from a reliable source; from the first owner.

At first.
English phrase.

At full steam.
widespread idiom
en] proceeding with all speed and vigor; with very great effort; with a lot of energy, as fast and as strongly as possible.

At full tilt.
English phrase.

At hand.
English phrase.

At heart.
English phrase.

At home.
English phrase.

At it.
English phrase.

At large.
English phrase.

At last comes home by weeping cross.

At last.
English phrase.

At latter lammas.
English phrase.

At lightning speed.
widespread idiom
en] extremely quickly or suddenly, in one quick movement.

At Loggerheads.

At loggerheads.
English phrase.

At long last.
English phrase.

At loose ends.
English phrase.

At no price.
widespread idiom
en] under no circumstances, by no means (said of something that one does not want at all or adamantly refuses to do).

At odds.
English phrase.

At once.
English phrase.

At one fell swoop.

At one with.
English phrase.

At one's beck and call.

At one's beck and call.
English phrase.

At one's fingertips.
English phrase.

At one's wit's end.

At pains.
English phrase.

At peace with.
English phrase.

At peace.
English phrase.

At places.
English phrase.

At rest.
English phrase.

At risk.
English phrase.

At sea.
English phrase.

At Sixes and Sevens.

At sixes and sevens.
English phrase.

At someone's disposal.
English phrase.

At stake.
English phrase.

At that particular time a mad person gives you something take it immediately before he changes is mind.
Africa

At that.
English phrase.

At the beginning of the cask and at the end take thy fill, but be saving in the middle; for at the bottom saving comes too late. Let the price fixed with a friend be sufficient, and even dealing with a brother call in witnesses, but laughingly.
HESIOD (Circa 720 b. c.?), Works and Days, Line 366

At the best of times.
English phrase.

At the coal face.
English phrase.

At the disposal of.
English phrase.

At the drop of a hat.

At the drop of a hat.
English phrase.

At the Eleventh Hour.

At the End of One's Rope (Tether).

At the end of one's rope.
English phrase.

At the end of one's tether.
English phrase.

At the End of the Day.

At the end of the day.
English phrase.

At the end of the road.
English phrase.

At the end of the world.
widespread idiom
en] very far away; at the back of beyond; in a remote place.

At the End of Your Rope.
English phrase.

At the feet of.
English phrase.

At the helm.
English phrase.

At the high port.
English phrase.

At the mercy of.
English phrase.

At the moment.
English phrase.

At the momont.
English phrase.

At the narrow passage there is no brother and no friend.

At the ready.
English phrase.

At the receiving end.
English phrase.

At the top of one's lungs.
English phrase.

At the top of one's voice.
English phrase.

At the top of your lungs.
en] In an extremely loud voice.

At the very least.
English phrase.

At the wheel.
English phrase.

At this point in time.
English phrase.

At times.
English phrase.

At variance.
English phrase.

At will.
English phrase.

At wits' end.

At work.
English phrase.

At your fingertips.
en] Directly accessible.

Athanasian wench.
English phrase.

Atom bomb.
English phrase.

Atomic cocktail.
English phrase.

Atta girl.
English phrase.

Attaboy.
English phrase.

Attack is the best form of defence.

Attack is the best form of defence.
English phrase.

Attack is the best form of defense.

Attagal.
English phrase.

Attagirl.
English phrase.

Attain versus Obtain.
en] Confusing Words

Attend to.
English phrase.

Attention whore.
English phrase.

Attic salt.
English phrase.

Attorney versus Lawyer.
en] Confusing Words

Au fait.
English phrase.

Auction off.
English phrase.

Audi alteram partem.
English phrase.

Augur well.

Auld lang syne.

Auld lang syne.
English phrase.

Aunt flo.
English phrase.

Aunt fucker.
English phrase.

Aunt sally.
English phrase.

Aural versus Oral.
en] Confusing Words

Autem bawler.
English phrase.

Autem cackler.
English phrase.

Autem dipper.
English phrase.

Autem diver.
English phrase.

Autem gogler.
English phrase.

Autem mort.
English phrase.

Autem quaver.
English phrase.

Authority is in generosity.
Africa

Auto fill form.
English phrase.

Autumn romance.
English phrase.

Autumn versus Fall.
en] Confusing Words

Avant la lettre.
English phrase.

Avarice is the root of all evil.
Africa

Avast there!
English phrase.

Avenge versus Revenge.
en] Confusing Words

Average bear.
English phrase.

Average joe.
English phrase.

Average out.
English phrase.

Average up.
English phrase.

Averse versus Adverse.
en] Confusing Words

Avocation versus Vocation.
en] Confusing Words

Avoid like the plague.
English phrase.

Avoir du pois lay.
English phrase.

Aw14.
English phrase.

Await prince charming.
English phrase.

Awaiting versus Waiting.
en] Confusing Words

AWALT.
English phrase.

Award versus Reward.
en] Confusing Words

Away game.
English phrase.

Away with the fairies.

Away with the fairies.
English phrase.

Awesome sauce.
English phrase.

Awhile versus A While.
en] Confusing Words

Aww versus Awe.
en] Confusing Words

Ax to Grind.
English phrase.

Ax versus Axe.
en] Confusing Words

Ay, 'tis the long bright summer day:
Hark, to that mighty crash!
The loosened ice-ridge breaks away -
the smitten waters flash.
Seaward the glittering mountain rides,
While, down its green translucent sides,
The foamy torrents dash.
W. C. Bryant, The Arctic Lover

B.s.
English phrase.

Babe In Arms.

Babe in arms.
English phrase.

Babe In The Woods.

Babe in the woods.
English phrase.

Babe Magnet.

Babe magnet.
English phrase.

Babes in the wood.
English phrase.

Baby Blues.

Baby blues.
English phrase.

Baby boomer.

Baby boomer.
en] A baby boomer is a person born that was born after the second world war.

Baby brain.

Baby bump.

Baby elephant in the room.
English phrase.

Baby father.

Baby on board.
English phrase.

Baby snatcher.

Baby up.
English phrase.

Baby-killer.
English phrase.

Babysitter Test.

Babysitter test.
English phrase.

Back And Forth.

Back and forth.
English phrase.

Back at ya.
English phrase.

Back At You.

Back at you.
English phrase.

Back atcha.
English phrase.

Back away.
English phrase.

Back burner.
en] If and issue is not important or urgent and you plan on putting off finding a solution then you can say you are putting the issue on the back burner.

Back burner.
English phrase.

Back down.
English phrase.

Back Forty.

Back forty.
English phrase.

Back gammon player.
English phrase.

Back in the Day.

Back in the day.
English phrase.

Back in the game.
English phrase.

Back in the knife drawer, Miss Sharp.
English phrase.

Back in the saddle.
English phrase.

Back in.
English phrase.

Back into.
English phrase.

Back Of Beyond.

Back of beyond.
English phrase.

Back of one's hand.
English phrase.

Back off.
English phrase.

Back Office.

Back office.
English phrase.

Back on One's Feet.

Back on to.
English phrase.

Back onto.
English phrase.

Back out.
English phrase.

Back seat driver.

Back the field.

Back the wrong horse.
en] When you back the wrong horse the person or position you are supporting is actually the losing one.

Back to basics.

Back to Drawing Board.
English phrase.

Back to our muttons.
English phrase.

Back to square one.

Back to square one.
en] To be back to square one means that you have to start a process over from the very beginning.

Back to square one.
English phrase.

Back to the drawing board.

Back to the drawing board.
en] To go back to the drawing board means to start over on a project

Back to the drawing board.
English phrase.

Back to the Salt Mine(s).

Back to the wall.
English phrase.

Back up.
English phrase.

Back wall.
English phrase.

Back water.
English phrase.

Backassward.
English phrase.

Back-assward.
English phrase.

Backasswards.
English phrase.

Back-asswards.
English phrase.

Back-burner.
English phrase.

Back-cloth star.
English phrase.

Backfoot.
English phrase.

Backhanded compliment.
English phrase.

Backing and Filling.

Back-of-the-envelope.
English phrase.

Backpedal.
English phrase.

Backroom boy.

Back-seat driver.

Backseat driver.
en] A backseat driver is a person who constantly tries to correct another person.

Backseat driver.
English phrase.

Back-to-back.
English phrase.

Back-to-back-to-back.
English phrase.

Backup versus Back up.
en] Confusing Words

Backward in coming forward.

Backward versus Backwards.
en] Confusing Words

Backwater.
English phrase.

Backyard versus Back Yard.
en] Confusing Words

Bacon - Bring home the.

Bacon fed.
English phrase.

Bacon-faced.
English phrase.

Bacon-fed.
English phrase.

Bad actor.
English phrase.

Bad Apple.

Bad apple.
English phrase.

Bad blood.
en] The feeling of anger between people usually caused by past events..

Bad blood.
English phrase.

Bad books.

Bad boy.
English phrase.

Bad company.
English phrase.

Bad Egg.

Bad egg.
English phrase.

Bad for you.
English phrase.

Bad form.
English phrase.

Bad friends will prevent you from having good friends.
Africa

Bad hair day.

Bad hair day.
English phrase.

Bad iron.
English phrase.

Bad joke.
English phrase.

Bad luck for one man is good luck for another.
Africa

Bad luck.
English phrase.

Bad Money Drives Out Good Money.

Bad money drives out good.

Bad money drives out good.
English phrase.

Bad mouth.

Bad name.
English phrase.

Bad News Travels Fast.

Bad news.
English phrase.

Bad officials are elected by poor citizens who do not vote.
Africa

Bad old days.
English phrase.

Bad penny.
English phrase.

Bad rap versus Bad rep.
en] Confusing Words

Bad shape.

Bad Taste In One's Mouth.

Bad taste in one's mouth.
English phrase.

Bad things come in threes.

Bad to the bone.
English phrase.

Bad versus Badly.
en] Confusing Words

Bad word.
English phrase.

Badge bunny.
English phrase.

Badger to death.

Badness, look you, you may choose easily in a heap: level is the path, and right near it dwells. But before Virtue the immortal gods have put the sweat of man's brow; and long and steep is the way to it, and rugged at the first.
HESIOD (Circa 720 b. c.?), Works and Days, Line 287

Bag and baggage.

Bag and baggage.
English phrase.

Bag lady.

Bag of bones.
en] A bag of bones refers to a person that is very underweight.

Bag of bones.
English phrase.

Bag of rations.
English phrase.

Bag of shells.
English phrase.

Bag of Tricks.

Bag of tricks.
English phrase.

Bag of weasels.
English phrase.

Bag of wind.
English phrase.

Bag out.
English phrase.

Baggage.
English phrase.

Bail out on.
English phrase.

Bail Out.

Bail out.
English phrase.

Bail versus Bale.
en] Confusing Words

Bait and switch.
en] Often companies will advertise an item at a very low costs to attract customers.

Bake up.
English phrase.

Baker?s Dozen.
English phrase.

Baker's dozen.

Bakers dozen.
English phrase.

Baker's dozen.
English phrase.

Baker's half dozen.
English phrase.

Baking powder.
English phrase.

Balance out.
English phrase.

Balance the books.
English phrase.

Balancing act.
en] When someone has to do many things at the same time it can be referred to as a balancing act.

Balancing act.
English phrase.

Bald as a billiard ball.
English phrase.

Bald as a coot.

Bald as a coot.
English phrase.

Bald eagle.
English phrase.

Bald is bold.
English phrase.

Bale out.
English phrase.

Bale out/bail out.

Bale up.
English phrase.

Ball and Chain.

Ball hog.
English phrase.

Ball is in your court.

Ball of fire.
English phrase.

Ball out.
English phrase.

Ball up.
English phrase.

Ball-breaker.
English phrase.

Balling the Jack.

Balloon goes up.
English phrase.

Balloon knot.
English phrase.

Ballpark estimate.
English phrase.

Ballpark figure.
en] A rough estimate of something.

Ballpark figure.
English phrase.

Ballpoint pen.
English phrase.

Balls about.
English phrase.

Balls around.
English phrase.

Balls on.
English phrase.

Balls to the wall.
English phrase.

Balls up.
English phrase.

Balls-out.
English phrase.

Balls-up.
English phrase.

Ballyhoo.
English phrase.

Balm for the soul.
widespread idiom
en] healing and soothing; felt to be beneficial if one is in an emotional slump.

Balum rancum.
English phrase.

Bamboo ceiling.
English phrase.

Banana nose.
English phrase.

Banana republic.
English phrase.

Banana split.
English phrase.

Banbury story of a cock and a bull.
English phrase.

Band together.
English phrase.

Bandwagon fan.
English phrase.

Bandwidth.
English phrase.

Bandy about.
English phrase.

Bandy around.
English phrase.

Bandy words.

Bane of one's existence.
English phrase.

Bane of your life.

Bang about.
English phrase.

Bang around.
English phrase.

Bang away.
English phrase.

Bang for the buck.
English phrase.

Bang for your buck.
en] Best return on investment.

Bang on about.

Bang on about.
English phrase.

Bang on.
English phrase.

Bang One's Head Against the Wall.

Bang out.
English phrase.

Bang straw.
English phrase.

Bang to rights.
English phrase.

Bang up cove.
English phrase.

Bang up job.
English phrase.

Bang up.
English phrase.

Bang.
English phrase.

Banged up.
English phrase.

Banish a strong man, banish a strong man but when there is war you will look for the strong man.
Africa

Bank night.
English phrase.

Bank on.
English phrase.

Bank up.
English phrase.

Bankbook.
English phrase.

Banker's dozen.
English phrase.

Bankers' hours.
English phrase.

Bankrupt cart.
English phrase.

Banner Year.

Banyan day.
English phrase.

Baptised versus Baptized.
en] Confusing Words

Baptism by Fire.

Baptism by fire.
English phrase.

Baptism of fire.

Baptism of fire.
English phrase.

Bar fly.
en] A person that goes to bars (pubs) on a regular basis.

Bar fly.
English phrase.

Bar None.

Bar none.
English phrase.

Bar off.
English phrase.

Bar out.
English phrase.

Bar sinister.
English phrase.

Bar star.
English phrase.

Bar up.
English phrase.

Barbecue versus Barbeque.
en] Confusing Words

Barber's sign.
English phrase.

Bare One's Heart (Soul).

Bare one's soul.
English phrase.

Bare one's teeth.
English phrase.

Barefaced liar.

Barefooted men need not tread on thorns.

Bargain away.
English phrase.

Bargain basement.
English phrase.

Barge in.
English phrase.

Bark is Worse than Your Bite.
English phrase.

Bark Up the Wrong Tree.

Bark up the wrong tree.
English phrase.

Barking dogs never bite.

Barking dogs never bite.
English phrase.

Barking dogs seldom bite.

Barking dogs seldom bite.
English phrase.

Barking mad.

Barking up the wrong tree!.
English phrase.

Barking up the wrong tree.

Barking up the wrong tree.
en] Doing something that won't give you the results you want.
en] To pursue a goal that is not achievable.

Barking up the wrong tree.
English phrase.

Barking-up the wrong tree:.
English phrase.

Barkis is willin'.

Barmacide feast.
English phrase.

Barn burner.
English phrase.

Barn find.
English phrase.

Barnburner.
English phrase.

Barnet Fair.

Barrel of laughs.

Barrel of laughs.
en] When someone is a barrel of laughs they have a good sense of humor and make lots of jokes.

Barrel of laughs.
English phrase.

Barrel of monkeys.
English phrase.

Barrel.
English phrase.

Barrow man.
English phrase.

Base off of.
English phrase.

Base on.
English phrase.

Base over apex.
English phrase.

Base terms are bellows to a slackening fire.

Base upon.
English phrase.

Based on experience.
English phrase.

Basement battler.
English phrase.

Bash about.
English phrase.

Bash in.
English phrase.

Bash out.
English phrase.

Bash the bishop.
English phrase.

Bash up.
English phrase.

Bashfulness is an enemy to poverty.

Basket case.

Basket case.
en] A basket case is a person that is confused and unable to think clearly.

Basket case.
English phrase.

Basket house.
English phrase.

Bass versus Base.
en] Confusing Words

Bassackward.
English phrase.

Bass-ackward.
English phrase.

Bassackwards.
English phrase.

Bass-ackwards.
English phrase.

Bassing.
English phrase.

Bastardly gullion.
English phrase.

Bat a thousand.
English phrase.

Bat an eyelash.
English phrase.

Bat an eyelid.
en] When a person is said to not bat an eyelid that mean the person shows no emotion or reaction to a situation that normally a person would react to.

Bat an eyelid.
English phrase.

Bat around.
English phrase.

Bat away.
English phrase.

Bat five hundred.
English phrase.

Bat for both sides.
English phrase.

Bat for the other team.
English phrase.

Bat from the pavilion end.

Bat in.
English phrase.

Bat one's eyelashes.
English phrase.

Bat one's eyes.
English phrase.

Bat out.
English phrase.

Bat the breeze.
English phrase.

Bat/Play for Both Teams.

Bat/Play for the Other Team.

Bated breath.

Bathtub gin.
English phrase.

Bats in the belfry.

Batten Down the Hatches.

Batten down the hatches.
en] To batten down the hatches means to prepare for a bad event.

Batten Down the Hatches.
English phrase.

Batten down.
English phrase.

Batten the hatches.

Batting a thousand.
en] It means to hit the ball everytime and used to say that someone is doing something perfectly.

Battle cry.
English phrase.

Battle out.
English phrase.

Battle royal.

Bawdy basket.
English phrase.

Bawl out.

Bawl out.
English phrase.

Bbiab.
English phrase.

Bbiafm.
English phrase.

BBL.
English phrase.

BBS.
English phrase.

BCNU.
English phrase.

Be A Barrel of Laughs.

Be a catch.
en] Be someone worth marrying/having.

Be A Cold Day In Hell.

Be a hundred years too early.
English phrase.

Be a man.
English phrase.

Be a sport.

Be able to sell ice to Eskimos.
en] Be able to sell anything to anyone.

Be absorbed by.
English phrase.

Be afraid, be very afraid.

Be after.
English phrase.

Be all ears.
en] Be listening intently.
en] To be eager to hear what a person is going to say.

Be all ears.
English phrase.

Be along.
English phrase.

Be An Item.

Be an open book.
English phrase.

Be around.
English phrase.

Be as silent as the grave.
English phrase.

Be at one's beck and call.
English phrase.

Be aware of a man with a sweet tongue he can lead you to buying bad meat.
Africa

Be born yesterday.
English phrase.

Be camera ready.
English phrase.

Be careful of the words you say each day, make sure each is nice and sweet, because may be in the days ahead, there will be some you'll have to eat.
Africa

Be careful of what you own because what you own might eventually own you.
Africa

Be careful what you wish for.
en] Be careful what you wish for means that even though you may think you want something.

Be careful what you wish for.
English phrase.

Be careful when you are sharing a calabash of porridge with a toothless man.
Africa

Be enthralled.

Be Footloose and Fancy-Free.

Be glad to see the back of.

Be glad to see the back of.
English phrase.

Be great in act, as you have been in thought.
Shakespeare

Be had up.
English phrase.

Be Head Over Heels (In love).

Be here for.
English phrase.

Be honest with you.
English phrase.

Be humble in making demands even when making your demands.
Africa

Be in a spot of bother.
English phrase.

Be in and out.
English phrase.

Be in for.
English phrase.

Be in luck.
English phrase.

Be in on.
English phrase.

Be in one's altitudes.
English phrase.

Be in Seventh Heaven.

Be in Two Minds (about something).

Be it as it may.
English phrase.

Be left holding the baby.
English phrase.

Be Like Chalk and Cheese.

Be Lovey - Dovey.

Be master of thy anger.
Periander of Corinth.

Be mechanically inclined.
English phrase.

Be mother.
English phrase.

Be my guest.
English phrase.

Be not a baker if your head be of butter.

Be not choleric, it will make you look old.

Be not too hasty to outbid another.

Be not too tame neither, but let your own discretion be your tutor; suit the action to the word, the word to the action; with this special observance. that you o'erstep not the modesty of natur.
Shakespeare

Be of two minds.
English phrase.

Be off with you.
English phrase.

Be off.
English phrase.

Be on about.
English phrase.

Be on the edge of one's seat.
English phrase.

Be on the horns of a dilemma.
English phrase.

Be on the Mend.

Be on to.
English phrase.

Be one's own worst enemy.
English phrase.

Be oneself.
English phrase.

Be onto.
English phrase.

Be out for.
English phrase.

Be past.
English phrase.

Be patient towards everybody, if you would have them bear with you.

Be patient with your enemies and forgiving of your friends.

Be prepared.
English phrase.

Be right back.
English phrase.

Be sick.
English phrase.

Be Snowed Under.

Be snowed under.
English phrase.

Be still my beating heart.
English phrase.

Be still my heart.
English phrase.

Be still, my beating heart.

Be taken ill.
English phrase.

Be that as it may be.
English phrase.

Be That As It May.

Be that as it may.
en] An expression that means "even though that is true" / "even so".

Be that as it may.
English phrase.

Be the way to go.
English phrase.

Be there for.
English phrase.

Be There or Be Square.

Be there or be square.
English phrase.

Be there.
English phrase.

Be up against.
English phrase.

Be up to.
English phrase.

Be up.
English phrase.

Be with.
English phrase.

Beach bum.

Be-all and end-all.
English phrase.

Beam up.
English phrase.

Bean counter.

Bean counter.
English phrase.

Bean Counters.

Bean queen.
English phrase.

Bear a hand.
English phrase.

Bear down on.
English phrase.

Bear Down.

Bear down.
English phrase.

Bear fruit.
English phrase.

Bear hug.
English phrase.

Bear in mind.
English phrase.

Bear in upon.
English phrase.

Bear in with.
English phrase.

Bear off from.
English phrase.

Bear off.
English phrase.

Bear on.
English phrase.

Bear oneself.
English phrase.

Bear out.
English phrase.

Bear the brunt.
English phrase.

Bear up.
English phrase.

Bear upon.
English phrase.

Bear versus Bare.
en] Confusing Words

Bear with evil and expect good.

Bear with me versus Bare with me.
en] Confusing Words

Bear with.
English phrase.

Bear witness.
English phrase.

Beard the lion in his den.
English phrase.

Bearing versus Baring.
en] Confusing Words

Beast with two backs.

Beast with two backs.
English phrase.

Beat a dead horse.
en] Continue or persist talking about a topic or issue beyond normal interest.
en] To continue discussing or doing something when it is a waste of effort.

Beat a Dead Horse.
English phrase.

Beat a hasty retreat.

Beat a retreat.
English phrase.

Beat all your feathers as flat as pancakes.

Beat around the bush.

Beat around the bush.
en] Spend a long time getting to the main point of what you're saying, especially because it's embarrassing.
en] To beat around the bush means a person is not getting directly to the point.

Beat around the bush.
English phrase.

Beat as one.
English phrase.

Beat banaghan.
English phrase.

Beat down.
English phrase.

Beat feet.
English phrase.

Beat into.
English phrase.

Beat it!.
English phrase.

Beat it.
English phrase.

Beat me to the punch.
English phrase.

Beat off.
English phrase.

Beat one dog and the others will run away.
Africa

Beat one's brain.
English phrase.

Beat one's head against a stone wall.
English phrase.

Beat one's meat.
English phrase.

Beat one's swords into ploughshares.
English phrase.

Beat one's swords into plowshares.
English phrase.

Beat out.
English phrase.

Beat somebody to the punch.
English phrase.

Beat Someone To The Draw.

Beat Someone to the Punch.

Beat someone to the punch.
English phrase.

Beat someone's brains out.
English phrase.

Beat swords into ploughshares.

Beat the Band.
English phrase.

Beat the bishop.
English phrase.

Beat the clock.
English phrase.

Beat the crap out of.
English phrase.

Beat the daylights out of.
English phrase.

Beat the living daylights out of someone.

Beat the meat.
English phrase.

Beat the pants off.
English phrase.

Beat the rap.
English phrase.

Beat the rush.
English phrase.

Beat the shit out of.
English phrase.

Beat the stuffing out of.
English phrase.

Beat to.
English phrase.

Beat up.
English phrase.

Beat your arse.
English phrase.

Beat Your Swords into Plowshares.
English phrase.

Beating a Dead Horse.

Beating Around The Bush.

Beating around the bush.
English phrase.

Beats me.
en] I don't know.

Beats me.
English phrase.

Beats one's swords into ploughshares.
English phrase.

Beats one's swords into plowshares.
English phrase.

Beaut {bute}- - aka Beauty.
English phrase.

Beautiful people.
English phrase.

Beauty contest / Beauty parade.

Beauty draws more then oxen.

Beauty is a blossom.

Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder.

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
English phrase.

Beauty is no inheritance.

Beauty Is Only Skin Deep.

Beauty is only skin deep.
English phrase.

Beauty is the first test: there is no permanent place in the world for ugly mathematics.
Godfrey Harold Hardy (1877 - 1947)

Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.
English phrase.

Beauty mark.
English phrase.

Beauty queen.
English phrase.

Beauty sleep.
English phrase.

Beauty spot.
English phrase.

Beaver away.
English phrase.

Because is why.
English phrase.

Because reasons.
English phrase.

Because versus Since.
en] Confusing Words

Because you touch yourself at night.
English phrase.

Beck and call.

Beck and call.
English phrase.

Become of.
English phrase.

Become one flesh.
English phrase.

Bed blocker.
English phrase.

Bed down.
English phrase.

Bed in.
English phrase.

Bed of Roses.

Bed of roses.
English phrase.

Bed out.
English phrase.

Bed them down.
English phrase.

Beddable.
English phrase.

Beddy-bye.
English phrase.

BEDMAS.
English phrase.

Bedpost versus Bed Post.
en] Confusing Words

Bedroom Eyes.

Bedroom eyes.
English phrase.

Bedroom tax.

Bee in One's Bonnet.

Bee in one's bonnet.
English phrase.

Bee in your bonnet.

Bee in Your Bonnet.
English phrase.

Beef and reef.

Beef to the hoof.
English phrase.

Beef up.
English phrase.

Beefcake.
English phrase.

Beefed out.
English phrase.

Beelzebub has a devil for a sideboard.

Been darkmans.
English phrase.

Been there, done that, bought the t-shirt.
English phrase.

Been there, done that, got the t-shirt.
English phrase.

Been there, done that.

Been there, done that.
English phrase.

Been to the rodeo.
English phrase.

Beer and skittles.

Beer and skittles.
English phrase.

Beer goggles.

Beer goggles.
English phrase.

Beer muscles.
English phrase.

Bee's knees.
English phrase.

Bees sting him who loves honey.
Africa

Beetle-browed.

Beetle-browed.
English phrase.

Before a beginning a thorough preparation should be made.

Before buying a house, see who your neighbours will be.
Africa

Before criticizing a man, walk a mile in his shoes.

Before it was cool.
English phrase.

Before killing the chicken carefully observe the character of your guest.
Africa

Before shooting, one must aim.
Africa

Before someone's time.
English phrase.

Before the fact.

Before thou marry, be sure of a house wherein to tarry.

Before you begin to trade in blame look in the mirror.
Africa

Before you buy shoes, measure your feet.
Africa

Before you can say Jack Robinson.

Before you can say jack robinson.
English phrase.

Before you can say knife.
English phrase.

Beg for mercy.
English phrase.

Beg off.
English phrase.

Beg pardon.
English phrase.

Beg the question.

Beg to differ.
English phrase.

Beg yours.
English phrase.

Began versus Begun.
en] Confusing Words

Beggar belief.

Beggar Thy Neighbor.

Beggars Cannot Be Choosers.
English phrase.

Beggars can't be choosers.

Beggars can't be choosers.
English phrase.

Beggars should not be choosers.

Beginner's luck.
English phrase.

Beginning to see the light.
English phrase.

Behavior versus Behaviour.
en] Confusing Words

Behaviour is more important than looks.

Behind bars.
English phrase.

Behind closed doors.
English phrase.

Behind closed/locked doors.
widespread idiom
en] in complete privacy, in secret, often in the sense of denying a hearing to an interested party.

Behind Every Great Man is a Great Woman.

Behind every great man there stands a woman.

Behind every great man there's a great woman.

Behind every successful man there stands a woman.

Behind every sweaty face of a cattle rustler is a story of determination and courage.
Africa

Behind its time.
English phrase.

Behind somebody's back.
English phrase.

Behind someone's back.
English phrase.

Behind the bit.
English phrase.

Behind the counter.
English phrase.

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