At Odds :
At Odds :
To be at odds with someone means your disagreement.
At The Advent Of :
Immediately before the particular time or event
At the advent of the monsoon, I set my house in good order.
At The Back Of :
The USA is at the back of Israel.
At Sea :
If things are at sea or all at sea, they are disorganised and chaotic.
At The Bottom of The Totem Pole :
If someone is at the bottom of the totem pole, they are unimportant. Opposite is at the top of the totem pole.
At The Coalface :
If you work at the coalface, you deal with the real problems and issues rather than sitting in an office discussing things in a detached way.
At The Drop of A Hat :
If you would do something at the drop of a hat, you’d do it immediately.
Ravi used to be the first person to do any work at the drop of a hat.
At The End of The Day :
This IDIOM is used to mean IN CONCLUSION or WHEN ALL IS SAID and DONE…
At The End of Your Rope :
If you are at the end of your rope, you are at the limit of your patience or endurance.
At The End of Your Tether :
If you are at the end of your tether, you are at the limit of your patience or endurance.
At The Fore :
In a leading position
At The Top of My Lungs :
If you shout at the top of your lungs, you shout as loudly as you possibly can.
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