To Acquit Oneself Well

To Acquit Oneself Well :

Time and Tide Wait For No Man :

This used as a way of suggestion that people should act without delay.

Time Does Sail. :

This idioms means that time passes by unnoticed.

Time Flies :

This idiom means that time moves quickly and often unnoticed.

Time Is On My Side. :

If time is on your side, you have the luxury of not having to worry about how long something will take.

Time of Your Life :

If you are having the time of your LIFE, you are enjoying yourself very much indeed.

Time-Honoured Practice :

A time-honoured practice is a traditional way of doing something that has become almost universally accepted as the most appropriate or suitable way.

Tip Of The Iceberg :

The Tip of the iceberg is the part of a problem that can be seen with far more serious problems lying underneath.

Tipping Point :

Small changes may have little effect until they build up to critical mass. Then the next small change may suddenly change everything. This is the tipping point.

Tired and Emotional :

This idiom is a euphemism used to mean DRUNK especially when talking about politicians.

Tit For Tat :

Repaying something negative the same way

If someone responds to an insult by being rude back, it’s for tat.

To Acquit Oneself Well :

To fare or behave nicely

  • He acquitted himself so well in sports that the company offered him two special increments.

    To Act A Part :

    To hide one’s real feeling.

  • Was the young man acting a part or was he really ignorant of the rumour?

    To Acquit Oneself Well
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