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In For A Penny, In For A Pound :
If something is worth doing then it is a case of in for a penny, in for a pound, which means that when gambling or taking a change, you might as well go the whole way and take all the risks, not just some.
In Full Swing :
If things are in full swing, they have been going for a sufficient period of time to be going well and very actively.
In High Gear :
If something is in high gear, it is in a quick-paced mode. If someone is in high gear, they are feverishly on the fast track.
In High Spirits :
If someone is in high spirits, they are in a very good mood or feeling confident about something.
In Hot Water :
If you are in hot water, you are in serious trouble.
In Lieu Of :
In place of
In Light Of :
IN LIGHT OF is similar to DUE TO.
In Like Flynn :
This refers to ERROL FLYNN’S popularity with women in the 40’s. His ability to attract women was well known throughout the world.
In My Bad Books :
If you are in someone’s bad books, they are angry with you. Likewise, if you are in their good books, they are pleased with you.
In My Book :
This idiom means IN MY OPINION.
In My Good Books :
If someone is in your good books, you are pleased with or think highly of them at the moment.
In One Ear and Out The Other :
If something goes in one ear and out the other, you forget it as soon as you’ve heard it because it was too complicated and boring.
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