اصطلاحات انگلیسی مربوط به خون و استخوان انسان
اصطلاحات مربوط به بدن
Body idioms Blood – Body – Bones
|that makes my blood boil!||If something makes your blood boil, it makes you really angry.
His condescending attitude made my blood boil!
|make your blood run cold||If something makes your blood run cold, it shocks or scares you a lot.
The look in the prisoner’s eyes made my blood run cold.
|blood, sweat and tears||A project or action which involves blood, sweat and tears requires a lot of effort and hard work.
His success wasn’t due to luck; it was blood, sweat and tears all the way.
|over my dead body||This expression is used when you absolutely refuse to allow someone to do something.
“Mum, can I get my nose pierced?” “Over my dead body!”
|bag of bones||To say that someone is a bag of bones means that they are extremely thin.
When he came home from the war he was a bag of bones.
|have a bone to pick with someone||If you have a bone to pick with someone, you are annoyed with them and want to talk to them about it.
Mark wants to see the boss. He says he’s got a bone to pick with him.
|bone of contention||A bone of contention is a matter or subject about which there is
a lot of disagreement.
The salaries have been agreed on, but opening on Sundays is still a bone of contention.
|make no bones about something||If you make no bones about something, you don’t hesitate to say something in a frank and open way.
I made no bones about it. I told him his offer was unacceptable.
|throw someone a bone||If you throw someone a bone, you say something kind or reward them in some way to make them feel good.
The old man can’t help very much but Bill throws him a bone now and then to keep him happy.
|work your fingers to the bone||A person who works their fingers to the bone is extremely hardworking.
He deserves his success; he worked his fingers to the bone when he started the business.