English Idioms About FISH, Definition and Example Sentences

English Idioms About FISH, Definition and Example Sentences






Fish idioms help the English language to be spoken more fluently and help improve the language technically.

Big Fish: This statement is used to describe that the gain or person to be gained is valuable.

Example: If John accepts what he will come up with next year, he will be big fish.

A Fish Story: Used for people who fail, incompetent, thoughtless and lie in the face of a job, event or situation.

Example: Elissa told a big fish story. It is not even necessary to listen!




The Cat Would Eat Fish But Would Not Wet Her Feet: Refers to stress, stress, and willingness to take risks to get what you want.

Example: It will be a very difficult period for you, but the cat would eat fish but would not wet her feet.

Big Fish In A Small Pond: It is used to describe a situation where a person has much more knowledge, experience, power, influence or experience than other people in a small group.


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