Foot in The Door

Foot in The Door :

Fly On The Wall :

If you are able to see and hear events as they happen, you are a fly on the wall.

Fly The Coop :

When children leave home to live away from their parents, they fly the coop.

Fly The Coop :

When someone flies the coop, they leave home and their family to start a new life.

Fly The Flag :

If someone flies the flag, they represent or support their country.

Food For Thought :

If something is food for thought, it is worth thinking about or considering seriously.

Fool Me Once, Shame On You; Fool Me Twice, Shame On Me :

This means that you should learn from your mistakes and not allow people to take advantage of you repeatedly.

Fools Rush In Where Angels Fear To Tread :

This idiom is used where people who are inexperienced or lack knowledge do something that more informed people would avoid.

Foot in Mouth :

This is used to describe someone who has just said something embarrassing, tactless, inappropriate, wrong or stupid.

  • Addressing the students, the principal said,” I have two daughters. Both are girls.”

  • “Smoking kills. If you are killed, you have lost a very important part of you life,” quipped Brook Shields, the renowned Hollywood actress.

  • George Bush, the American President, said in an occasion, “Our enemies are innovative and resourceful and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people and neither do we.”

    Foot in The Door :

    If you have or get your foot in the door, you start working in a company or organization at a low level, hoping that you will be able to progress from there.

    Foot The Bill :

    The person who foots the bill pays the bill for everybody.

    When Tania got an advance increment his colleagues demanded a treat and he had to foot the bill

    Football’s A Game of Two Halves :

    If something is a game of two halves, it means that it is possible for someone’s fortunes or luck to change and the person who is winning could end up a loser.

    For A Song :

    If you buy or sell something for a song, it is very cheap.

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