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… ‘colmare il divario’ in inglese? to bridge the gap to bridge the brim to complete the divide La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo sul San Francisco di questo mese.  

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… ‘che io sappia’ in inglese? as long as I know as far as I knew as far as I know La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo sul Peanut Butter di questo mese.  

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IDIOMS: A DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD

IDIOMS: A DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD

Something referred to as a ‘double-edged sword’ has both good and bad consequences, although the idiom tends to warn that serious negative consequences are being concealed. For instance, “Freedom of speech is a double-edged sword.” The metaphor may have originated from an Arabic expression that was first referred to in English in the 15th century. […]

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… ‘Bravo/a!’ in inglese? Well done! Good done! Well good! L’espressione che si usa in inglese quando si fa bene una cosa è “well done!”.  

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… ‘ritenere responsabile’ in inglese? to hold responsible to retain responsible to believe responsible La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo dedicato a Vietnam Veterans Day di questo mese.  

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… ‘per tutte le tasche’ in inglese? for all budget for any budget for every budgets La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo su The Wellie di questo mese.  

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… ‘dare per scontato’ in inglese? to take for discounted to take for assumed to take for granted La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo sull’origine del sistema postale Addressing the World di questo mese.  

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… ‘adagiarsi sugli allori’ in inglese? to rest on one’s laurels to relax on one’s laurels to relax on one’s bay leafs La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo sull’Oxford Botanic Garden di questo mese.  

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IDIOMS: TO RIDE A TIGER

IDIOMS: TO RIDE A TIGER

The tiger is an attractive but dangerous beast, and some borrowed idioms in English build on the animal’s reputation. To ‘catch’ or ‘have (got) a tiger by the tail’ or ‘to ride a tiger’ have similar meanings. They are derived from the Chinese proverb “He who rides a tiger is afraid to dismount”, which was […]

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… ‘fare una tripletta’ in inglese? to hit three scores to score a triple goal to score a hat-trick La risposta corretta la trovi nell’articolo su Headlines Wordplay di questo mese.  

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