Idioms with sailing

come on board

To join a group or team

David has come on board as project manager to our team.

all at sea

In a state of confusion

Living without internet for four days, I felt all at sea.

all hands on deck

Everyone is needed to help

Yesterday, office has all hands on deck. We had to finish big project for very demanding client.

clear the decks

To be ready for action

Liverpool FC is clearing the decks for setting up team for Champions League.



Common phrase that has a specific meaning.

Idiom of the Day 29/1/2023

zip your lip

Meaning of idiom

To stop talking

Example of idiom

Zipping your lip is one difficult task for a fellow to likes to speak his heart out.

What is an Idiom ?

Definition says - An idiom is a phrase or expression that typically presents a figurative, non-literal meaning attached to the phrase.

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