Be All Ears. :
Be All Ears. :
If you are all ears, you are very eager to hear what someone has to say.
Be Careful What You Wish For. :
If you get thing that you desire, there may be unforeseen and unpleasant consequences.
Be on The Pig’s Back. :
If a person is said to be on the pig’s back, it means that he is happy, content or in fine form.
Be Out in Force. :
If people are out in force, they are present somewhere in large numbers.
Be Out in Left Field. :
To be out in left is not to know what is going on. Taken from baseball, when youngsters assign less capable players to the outfield where the ball is less likely to be hit by a young player.
Be That As It May. :
Be that as it may is an expression which means that while you are prepared to accept that there is some truth in what the other person has just said, it is not going to change your opinions in any significant manner.
Be True Blue. :
If a person or an object or a situation is considered to be true blue, it is considered genuine.
Be Up The Spout. :
If a woman is up the spout, she is pregnant.
Bean Counter :
A bean counter is an accountant.
Bear Fruit :
If something bears fruit, it produces positive results.
Bear Market :
A bear market is a period when investors are pessimistic and expect financial losses so are more likely to sell than to buy shares.
Bear The Brunt :
People who bear the brunt of something endure the worst of something bad.
Be All Ears.
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