DOG Idioms, 6 Examples and Meaning

DOG Idioms, 6 Examples and Meaning






   Idioms consist of more than one word to express a particular situation or emotion. Idioms indicate the structure, past, lifestyle, customs and traditions of the society that speaks that language.

Examples

My dogs are barking:  It means moving feet or walking until you get tired. Our feet hurt from standing for a long time and we can express this with this phrase.

Rain cats and dogs: It means very heavy rain.

Every man and his dog: It refers to a large number of people. If we want to talk about a very crowded environment, we can use this phrase.




Fight like cat and dog: We can use this phrase when we want to indicate fighting like a cat and dog.

The tail wags the dog: It means that the most insignificant part affects the most important part.

Go to the dogs: When we want to indicate the infamous phrase in a sentence, we should use the phrase ‘go to the dogs’.


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