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“Posh” means high-class, aristocratic. Example: Sarah’s got a really posh accent. She must be from an upper-class family.

“Posh” means high-class, aristocratic. Example: Sarah’s got a really posh accent. She must be from an upper-class family.

To describe exactly what is causing a problem. To do exactly the right thing.

To describe exactly what is causing a problem. To do exactly the right thing.

“Toss and turn” means “to sleep badly”. Example: If I drink coffee before bed, I toss and turn all night.

“Toss and turn” means “to sleep badly”. Example: If I drink coffee before bed, I toss and turn all night.

Idiom of the day: Hard nut to crack. Meaning: A problem that is hard to solve or…

Idiom of the day: Hard nut to crack. Meaning: A problem that is hard to solve or…

Idiom of the day: Can't make head nor tail of something. Meaning: To be unable to understand something.

Idiom of the day: Can't make head nor tail of something. Meaning: To be unable to understand something.

"Yob" means an aggressive, rude person. Example: Be careful if you go to a pub on Friday or Saturday night. The yobs will be out and lots of them will be looking for a fight.

"Yob" means an aggressive, rude person. Example: Be careful if you go to a pub on Friday or Saturday night. The yobs will be out and lots of them will be looking for a fight.

This slang term has nothing to do with cooking.

This slang term has nothing to do with cooking.

"Go on at" means "to criticize someone regularly or for a long time". Example: She's always going on at her daughter for one thing or another.

"Go on at" means "to criticize someone regularly or for a long time". Example: She's always going on at her daughter for one thing or another.

“Take up” means “to start a new hobby”. Example: He took up tennis as he felt he had to lose some weight.

“Take up” means “to start a new hobby”. Example: He took up tennis as he felt he had to lose some weight.

“Pan out” means “to ​develop in a ​particular way”. Example: If you’re going to see how things pan out, you’re going to wait and see what happens. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Pan out” means “to ​develop in a ​particular way”. Example: If you’re going to see how things pan out, you’re going to wait and see what happens. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com