10 idiomów ze słowem FISH
BIG FISH – an important person
Talk to Patrick. He’s the big fish in the organization. He can help you get things done.
COLD FISH – a person who is unfriendly and unemotional
We decided not to hire Anna because she came across like a cold fish during the interview.
BIG FISH IN A SMALL POND – a person who is powerful or important but only within a small group of people
FISH FOR COMPLIMENTS – someone who try to manipulate people into praising you
FISH OUT OF WATER – a person who do not feel comfortable or relaxed because being in an unusual or unfamiliar situation
I’m usually very confident, but when I went the CEO’s office I was a fish out of water.
TO HAVE BETTER FISH TO FRY – to have more important matters to deal with
I can’t think about that now, I’ve got better fish to fry!
TO DRINK LIKE A FISH – drink excessive amounts of alcohol
John drinks like a fish.
FISH STORY – a big lie
That’s just a fish story. Don’t try to fool me.
LIKE SHOOTING FISH IN A BARREL – very easy
The last English test was like shooting fish in a barrel.
TEACH A MAN TO FISH – teaching someone how to do something is more helpful to him or her in the long run than just doing it for him or her
If you give a man a fish, he eats for a day; If you teach a man to fish, he eats for a lifetime.
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