Idioms with Death
Idioms with Food
“A slice of the pie” – A share of the profits or benefits.
“A taste of one’s own medicine” – To receive treatment similar to what one has given to others.
“A taste of the cherry” – A new and exciting experience.
“Bring home the bacon” – To earn a livelihood.
“Butter someone up” – To flatter or praise someone in order to gain favour.
“Cheese and crackers” – Something trivial or insignificant.
“Cool as a cucumber” – Calm and composed in the face of stress or pressure.
“Cry over spilt milk” – To lament over something that cannot be undone.
“The icing on the cake” – An additional benefit or improvement that makes a situation even better.
“The whole enchilada” – The complete package, everything.