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DAS:
Call it a Day
Meaning

To stop what you are doing because you don't want to do it anymore or you think you've done enough

Examples

I am too tired, let's call it a day

It's such good weather, let's stop working and call it a day!

DAS:
Shoot the Breeze
Meaning

spend time chatting, useless talking or chit-chat

to discuss unimportant things or exaggerate the truth

Examples

They have spent the whole afternoon just shooting the breeze in the office.
My customers always want to shoot the breeze with me before they say what they were coming to purchase.
Instead of shooting the breeze for so long, she should get to work.

DAS:
Be Head over Heels
Meaning

To be  very much in love with someone. It is often used to describe the feelings that typically occur at the beginning of a relationship.

Examples

I have been head over heels about my girlfriend since the day I met her.

You should't be head over heels about this guy, he doesn't seem to like you that much




Ann:

--- Цитата: DAS от 08 Ноябрь 2021, 19:34:10 ---
It's much easier to live with such attitude. However, it should be treated with care when it comes to relationships with close people and other essential things.

--- Конец цитаты ---

     Couldn't agree more!

DAS:
On the Dot
Meaning

exactly on time
at a precise time
punctually

Example Sentences

We were asked to be there at five on the dot.

The Metro train arrived at five o’clock on the dot.

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