Hat Trick :
Hard On Someone’s Heels :
If you are hard on someone’s heels, you are close to them and trying to catch or overtake them.
Hard Sell :
If someone puts a lot of pressure on you to do or buy something, they are hard selling it.
Hard To Come By :
If something is hard to come by, it is difficult to find.
Hard Up :
If you are hard up, you have very little money.
Haste Makes Waste :
This idiom means that if you try to do something quickly without planning it, you’re likely to end up spending more time and money for doing it.
Hat Trick :
Three successes one after the other is a hat trick.
Hatchet Job :
A piece of criticism that destroys someone’s reputation is a hatchet job.
Have A Ball :
If you have a ball, you have a great time and a lot of fun.
Have A Bash :
If you have a bash at something, you try to do it, especially when there isn’t much change of success.
Have A Blast :
It means to have a lot of fun.
Have A Crack :
If you have a crack at something, you try to do it. If someone is attempting to do something and they are unsuccessful, you might say, “Let have a crack at it, suggesting that you might be successful at performing the task.
Have A Go :
If you have a go, you try to do something, often when you do not think you have much change of succeeding.
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