“You’re the apple of my eye” she said. And I was like “Huh?” | Know Your Idioms [Flashcards] | Part 4

Make sure you know what “the apple of my eye” means when somebody who loves you tells you that. You don’t want to be racking your brains trying to figure that out on the spot.

apple of one’s eye

break a leg

hit the nail on the head

on edge

be all eyes

pigs might fly

rack one’s brain

rub elbows with

spill the beans

tricks of the trade

All meanings of idioms were taken from http://dictionary.cambridge.org/

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