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- Spread oneself too thin: become involved in too many activities.
Eg: Although Teresa has always been an excellent student, her marks have been going down lately because she is spreading herself too thin.
- Stand a chance: have the possibility.
Eg: If he lied to you about one thing, it stands to reason that he’s lie about other things, too.
- Stick out one’s neck: take a risk.
Eg: The Jungle had danger lurking around every corner. So, Hansel didn’t stick his neck out.
- Stick to one’s gun: maintain one’s position.
Eg: Even though a number of parliamentarians tried to change his mind, the prime minister stuck to his gun.
- Straight from the horse’s mouth: from a reliable source.
Eg: You mean Jill told you so herself?
That’s right. I got it straight from the horse’s mouth.
- Straight from the shoulder: Frankly
Eg: I prefer a person who speaks straight from the shoulder, because then I know exactly what he means.
- 24. String someone along: lead someone on dishonestly.
Eg: I don’t believe that Liz will marry Dean. She is stringing him along.
- 25. Take a dim view of something: have a poor opinion of something; disapprove of something.
Eg: Mrs.Wright takes a dim view of the way her sister is raising her family.
- Take a stand on something: make a firm decision about something.
Eg: I don’t like the way Tom operates. One day he says one thing and another day he says the opposite. I wish he’d take a stand on something.
- Take advantage of something:to use something for one’s own benefit.
Eg: Let’s take advantage of this wonderful weather and go to the seashore.
- Take after someone: resemble in appearance, personality or character.
Eg: Peter takes after his mother in personality and his father in appearance.
- Take hold of something: take in one’s hands.
Eg: I burned my hand when I took hold of that hot frying pan.
- Take it easy: relax.
Eg: Steve, you’re working too hard. Sit down and take it easy for a while.
- Take one’s time do something: slowly, not hurry.
Eg: When you’re eating, it’s important to take your time and chew your food well.
- Take part in something for granted: assume, without giving it a thought, that something is a certain way.
Eg: Excuse me for not introducing you to Bert I took it for granted that you two know each other.
- Take something into account: consider something.
Eg: In considering Andy for the job, we must take into account that he has very bad eyesight.
- Take something with a grain of salt: only half believe something someone has said.
Eg: Jack is a very likable fellow, but I’ve learned to take everything he says with a grain of salt.