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 気まぐれ英語慣用句  アルファベット順索引
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z138〜 A and/or/but B の慣用表現
z012など  as 〜as の直喩表現


z074 above the salt

z011 Achilles' heel
z011 Adam's ale
z011 Adam's apple
z011 Alexander's beard
z018 all my eye and Betty Martin
z011 an Alphonse and Gaston 〜
z144 animal spirit
z038 apple of discord
z145 apple-pie order
z055 as mad as a hatter
z110 as the crow flies
z041 at daggers with
z041 at loggerheads with
z041 at odds with
z114 back the wrong horse
z144 bad shot
z027 Barking dogs seldom bite.
z018 Barkis is willin'
z157 not so black as S is painted
z069 be on the rockssound
z069 be taken aback
z005 beat about(around) the bushsound
z156 beat sb black and blue
z111 beat a dead horse sound
z081 believe that the moon is made of green cheese
z114 bet on the wrong horse
z095 bet one's shirt on ..
z033 between the devil and the deep blue sea
z033 between Scylla and Charybdissound
z145 the big tent
z050 bite the bullet
z045 bite one's tongue
z051 a bitter pill (to swallow)
z119 black sheep
z155 blue blood
z154 blue Monday
z155 blue movie
z153 blue murder
z018 Bob's your uncle
z152 a bolt from the blue
z036 a bone of contention
z032 born with a silver spoon in one's mouth
z032 born under a lucky star
z086 bread buttered on both sides
z079 bring home the baconsound
z076 burn one's boats
z076 burn one's bridges
z077 burn the candle at both endssound
z077 burn the midnight oil   
z135 bury the hatchet sound
z146 busman's holiday
z102 button up one's lips sound
z043 buy a pig in a poke
z096 by the seat of one's pants sound
z042 call a spade a spade
z016 carry coals to Newcastle
z045 catch one's breath
z149 catch sb red-handed
z098 catch 〜 with sb's pants off
z147 cat's cradle
z112 change horses in midstream sound
z044 a cock-and-bull story
z170 come in out of the rain sound
z184 come up trumps
z115 cook sb's goose 
z198 cost an arm and a leg
z147 country cousin
z040 cross swords (with)
z076 cross the Rubicon
z019 cry wine and sell vinegar
z089 curry favor withsound
z147 dead wood
z076 The die is cast.
z106 die like a dog
z107 a dog in the manger
z048 down in(at) the mouthsound
058  Dutch (オランダの)を使う慣用句
z082 eat humble pie
z146 the eternal triangle
z037 Even Homer nods.
z133 every Tom, Dick and Harry
z034 fall between two stools
z069 fall foul of 〜
z137 a feather in one's cap
z024 feign ignorance
z111 flog a dead horse
z197 for my money sound
z130 for Pete's sake sound
z025 full of beanssound
z144 funny bone sound
z114 get down off one's high horse sound
z058 get it into sb's/one's head
z025 get peanuts for
z169 get the short end of the stick
z169 get the wrong end of the stick
z108 Give a dog a bad name and hang him. sound
z066 give a wide berth to 〜
z095 give 〜 the shirt off sb's back
z187 go against the grain
z187 go against(with) the tide
z090 go away with a flea in one's ear
z192 go bananas
z191 go berserk sound
z192 go by the board
z189 go down(over) like a lead balloon
z192 go fly a kite sound
z193 go haywire
z190 go hog-wild
z193 go like clockwork
z193 go nuts
z192 go off half-cocked
z185 go off (at) the deep end sound
z193 go on shank's mare
z193 go round the bend
z186 go scot-free
z193 go sour on 〜
z190 go the whole hog
z192 go to any length
z037 go to Davy Jone's locker
z104 go to the dogs
z193 go to pot
z193 go to seed
z161 green-eyed monster
z162 green fingers
z162 greenhornsound
z162 green thumb
z115 sb's goose is cooked  sound
z051 grin and bear it
z045 guard one'e tongue
z118 a hair of the dog that bit you  sound
z027 ham it up
z045 Has the cat got your tongue?
z167 have a bee in one's bonnet
z046 have a big mouthsound
z046 have a bitter/barbed/sharp/venomous tongue
z036 have a bone to pick withsound
z039 have a chip on one's shouldersound
z036 have a crow to pluck with
z084 have a finger in every pie
z046 have a foul mouth
z036 have a nut to crack with
z035 have an axe to grind
z092 have a trick/an ace/a card up one's sleeve  sound
z103 have bats in the belfry sound
z095 have the shirt off sb's back
z018 have got a Buckley's chance
z003 have other fish to frysound
z060 hear through the grapevinesound
z027 His bark is worse than his bite.
z037 Hobson's choice
z045 hold one's breath
z182 hold one's cards close to one's chest
z045 hold one's tonguesound
z063 hold water
z101 hot under one's collar sound
z088 in a stewsound
z070 in the doldrums
z047 in the same breath
z087 in the soup
z147 Indian summer
z007 It rains cats and dogs.
z030 It's a piece of cake.sound
z017 It's Greek to me.
z046 It's on the tip of my tongue.sound
z009 It's six of one and half a dozen of the other
z125 Jack and Jill
z124 Jack Frost sound
z037 Jacob's ladder
z128 Jane Doe
z128 Jane Roe
z037 Jim Crow
z144 job lot
z128 John Doe
z128 John Roe
z127 John Bull sound
z185 jump in at the deep end
z180 keep a poker face
z092 keep a trick/an ace/a card up one's sleeve  sound
z182 keep one's cards close to one's chest
z045 keep one's mouth shutsound
z094 keep one's shirt on
z126 keep up with the Joneses
z116 kill the goose that lays the golden egg(s)
z025 know how many beans make five
z067 know the ropes
z085 know which side one's bread is buttered on
z145 lame duck
z120 last straw sound
z048 laugh on the other side of one's mouth/face
z182 lay one's cards on the table
z104 lead a dog's lifesound
z023 lead sb down(up) the garden path
z131 lead the life of Riley
z183 leave a preson in the lurch sound
z043 let the cat out of the bag
z057 lie in one's throat
z057 lie through one's teeth
z008 like a bull in a china shop
z002 like a fish out of water
z041 like cats and dogs
z100 line one's pocket
z059 A little bird told me
z040 lock horns (with)
z113 look a gift horse in the mouth sound
z024 look as if butter would not melt in one's mouth
z041 look daggers
z095 lose one's shirt
z045 lose one's tongue
z062 a lot of water has flowed under the bridge since then
z004 once in a blue moon
090   one swallow doesn't make a summer
z026 make a mountain out of a molehillsound
z109 make a monkey (out) of 〜 sound
z048 make faces
z048 make mouths

z145 mother wit
z134 mind one's P's and Q's sound
z027 much ado about nothing
z062 much water has run under the bridge since then
z001 neither fish nor flesh
z011 not know from Adam
z136 on the warpath 
z152 out of the blue sound
z151 paint the town red
z054 pass around the hat
z198 pay an arm and a leg
z056 pay through the nose
z132 Peeping Tom
z175 play both ends against the middle
z178 play one's cards right (well) sound
z173 play a cat-and-mouse game sound
z173 play cat and mouth
z171 play ducks and drakes
z174 play (it) safe
z172 play fast and loose with 〜
z177 play footsie
z179 play for one's own card
z177 play one's hunch
z179 play into a person's card(s)
z175 play off A against B
z024 play possum
z176 play the devil's advocate
z177 play the second fiddle
z176 play to the gallery
z174 play with fire
z083 pie in the sky
z068 pipe downsound
z037 poor as Job's turkey
z010 the pot calling the kettle black
z195 pour money down the drain sound
z128 Precious Doe
z020 pull the wool over sb's eyessound
z164 put on one's thinking cap 
z006 put the cart before the horse
z091 put a bug in sb's ear sound
z091 put a fly in sb's ear sound
z099 put one's hand in one's pocket sound
z194 put one's money where one's mouth is sound
z168 quick on the draw
z168 quick on the uptake
z129 the real McCoy sound
z122 red herring
z130 rob Peter to pay Paul
z150 roll out the red carpet
z093 roll up one's sleeves sound
z080 save one's bacon
z045 save one's breath
z148 see red sound
z159 see pink elephants
z019 sell sb a bill of goods
z028 sell like hot cakes
z090 send away(off) with a flea in sb's ear
z006 set the cart before the horse
z031 a share of the cake
z071 a shot across the bow
z068 shove offsound
z160 show the white feather
z045 shut one's mouthsound
z146 the silly season
z145 sleeping policeman
z031 a slice of the cake
z058 slip through one's fingerssound
z168 slow on the draw
z168 slow on the uptake
z022 smoke and mirrors
z166 speak off the cuff
z021 speak with a forked tongue
z198 spend an arm and a leg
z025 spill the beanssound
z040 split hairssound
z146 a standing joke
z066 steer clear of 〜
z026 a storm in a teapot
z026 a storm in a tempest
z146 a straw vote
z051 sugar the pill
z112 swap horses in midstream
z187 swim against(with) the tide
z054 take off one's hat
z052 take the bull by the hornssound
z045 take sb's breath
z047 take the words out of sb's mouth
z072 take with a grain of salt
z027 talk big
z028 talk through one's hat
z027 a tall story
z031 That takes the cake!
z031 That takes the biscuit!
z166 think on one's feet sound
z065 throw cold water on 〜
z039 throw down the gauntlet
z039 throw down the glove
z020 throw dust in sb's eyes
z196 throw good money after bad
z065 throw out the baby with the bath water
z106 treat like a dog
z153 till S is blue in the face
z165 a train of thought
z184 turn up trumps
z021 two-faced
z127 Uncle Sam
z163 use one's grey matter
z163 use one's head sound
z163 use one's noggin
z163 use one's noodle
z062 water under the bridge
z097 wear the pants(trousers)
z121 wet blanket sound
z073 worth one's salt
z071 when one's ship comes insound
z159 a white elephnat
z158 a white lie sound
z117 wild-goose chase
z047 with one's tongue in one's cheek
z095 without a shirt to sb's back
z022 a wolf in sheep's clothing
z106 work like a dog sound
z029 You can't eat your cake and have it too.
z029 You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs.
z147 zero hour