Interesting Idioms with Body Parts

Here is a list of common idioms with body parts in English. For each idiom will have its definition to help you understand clearly.

Idioms with Body Parts

  • All ears

Meaning: Fully listening

  • Keep an eye on

Meaning: Take care of, watch in order to protect

  • Joined at the hip

Meaning: To be exceptionally close to someone

  • Pat on the back

Meaning: Recognition or a thank-you

  • See eye to eye

Meaning: Agree

  • On the nose

Meaning: Precisely, at an exact time

  • sight for sore eyes

Meaning: Someone that you’re pleased to see

  • Cost an arm and a leg

Meaning: Be very expensive

  • Cry your eyes out

Meaning: Cry hard for a very long time

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Interesting Idioms with Body Parts

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