Open Book :
A one-off event only happens once and will not be repeated.
One-Trick Pony :
A one-trick pony is someone who does one thing well, but has limited skills in other areas.
Oops A Daisy :
An expression used to indicate surprise.
Open All Hours :
If a shop or suchlike is open all hours, it only closes, if at all, terribly late.
Open Book :
If a person is an open book it is easy to know what they think or how they feel about things.
Open Old Sores :
When a sore is almost healed and if a person rips or tears it open, it is way of preventing the healing process and further aggravating the pain. This phrase metaphorically suggests to revive or reopen a quarrel or enmity which was almost forgotten.
Open Old Wounds :
If you open old wounds, you revive a quarrel or problem that caused a lot of trouble in the past.
Opening A Can of Worms :
If you open a can of worms, you do something that will cause a lot of problems and is, on balance, probably going to cause more trouble than it is worth.
Opportunity Knocks But Once. :
This idiom means that you only get one chance to achieve what you really want to do.
Order Of The Day :
Other Fish to Fry :
If you have other fish to fry, it doesn’t matter if one opportunity fails to materialize as you have plenty of others.
Other Side of The Coin :
The other side of the coin is a different usually opposing view of a situation.
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