An expression that doesn't necessarily have a definition but more of an understanding behind it.
He is still wet behind the ears-meaning: he is still new, inexperienced, and young. Keep tabs on him-meaning: watch him, follow him, etc.
The thing that piss the english-learner off
A: Look! It's raining cats and dogs
B: WTF are you talking about?there is no cats and dogs..
A: oh..don't you know any idioms?
(n.) a popular phrase, a parlance or locution. Not a noun, adjective or verb.
A term used by people who are tired of calling n00bs "idiots".
The individual calls a n00b an "idiom" so that they'll get even more confused and react in a more n00bish way. It will confuse them until the n00b actually looks up the word in a dictionary to find the definition. Otherwise, they'll think idiom is another word for idiot.
n00b - "FucK ALl YoU BItCHaSs WanKsTaZ"
John - "stfu you idiom"
n00b - "iDiom? FuCK YOu, YouR AN iDioT"
John - " *Shakes head* "
idiom means idiot.
when someone is being mean to you just call them a idiom and they will not know what you mean.
A phrase we use to separate ourselves from those stupid illegal immigrants
who don't speak English. Also used as a prank.
Using idioms in a taxi cab:
American (taking out a Battleship game): Mind if I sink a steamer
Mexican (taxi driver
): Nope...hey what's that smell?
a idiot, someone stupid, in other words a DUMBASS
why you look like that you idiom!!