Rock The Boat :
Rise from The Ashes :
If something rises from the ashes, it recovers after a serious failure.
Road to Damascus :
If someone has a great and sudden change in their ideas or beliefs, then this is a road to Damascus change, after the conversion of Saint Paul to Christianity while heading to Damascus to persecute Christians.
Rob Peter to Pay Paul :
If you rob Peter to pay Paul, you try to solve one problem, but create another in doing so, often through short-term planning.
Rock The Boat :
If you rock the boat, you destabilize a situation by making trouble. It is often used as advice, ‘Don’t rock the boat’.
Rocket Science :
If something is not rocket science, It is not very complicated or difficult to understand. This idiom is normally used in the negative.
Roll Out The Red Carpet :
If you roll out the red carpet, you treat someone in a special way especially when welcoming them.
Roll With The Punches :
If you roll with the punches, you are flexible and able to adapt to difficult circumstances.
Roll Your Eyes :
If you roll your eyes, you show with your eyes that you don’t believe someone or aren’t interested in what they’re saying.
Rolling in The Aisles :
If the audience watching something are laughing loudly, the show has them rolling in the aisles.
Rome Was Not Built In A Day. :
This idiom means that many things cannot be done instantly and require time and patience.
Root Hog or Die Poor :
It is an expression used in the southern USA that means that you must look out for yourself as no one’s going to do it for you.
Rooted To The Spot :
If someone is rooted to the spot, they cannot move either physically or they cannot think their way out of a problem.
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