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Take Your Eye Off The Ball :
If someone takes their eye off the ball, they don’t concentrate on something important that they should be looking at.
Take Your Hat Off :
If you say that you take your hat off to someone, you are showing your respect or admiration.
Take Your Hat Off To Somebody :
If you take your hat off to someone, you acknowledge that they have done something exceptional or otherwise deserve your respect.
Taken As Read :
If something can be taken as read, it is so definite that it’s not necessary to talk about it.
Tale of The Tape :
This idiom is used when comparing things, especially in sports.
It comes from boxing where the fighters would be measured with a tape measure before a fight.
Talk A Blue Streak :
If someone talks a blue streak, they speak quickly and at length.
Talk A Glass Eye to Sleep :
Someone who could talk a glass eye to sleep is very boring and repetitive.
Talk Is Cheap. :
It’s easy to talk about something but harder to actually do it.
Talk Nineteen To The Dozen :
If someone talks very quickly, they talk nineteen to the dozen.
Talk of The Town :
When everybody is talking about particular people and events, they are the talk of the town.
Talk Out Of The Back Of Your Head :
If someone is talking out of the back of their head, they are talking rubbish.
Talk Out Of Your Hat :
If someone is talking out of their hat, they are talking utter rubbish, especially if compounded with total ignorance of the subject on which they are pontificating.
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