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Learn Portuguese fast: Aprenda Português de maneira rápida

As you may already know, Portuguese is not an easy-to-learn language.
The best way to try to master Portuguese is to learn by heart its most popular idiomatic expressions.

In this book, you will find the corresponding English version above every Portuguese Expressão idiomática. This will help you catch its full meaning in no time.

Learn 250 Portuguese idioms, everyday phrases and proverbs, and enjoy comparing them with their English counterparts.

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ISBN: 9781310457432
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Idiomatic Expressions

(Expressões idiomáticas)

1) A different kettle of fish.

A horse of a different color.

São outros quinhentos.

2) It's all Greek to me.

Isso para mim é grego.

3) Tit for tat.

Pagar com a mesma moeda.

Dar o troco.

4) Achilles' heel.

The chink in one's armor.

O calcanhar de Aquiles.

5) To have ants in one's pants.

Estar com o bicho carpinteiro.

6) To beat about the bush.

Estar com rodeios.

7) To bite off more than one can chew.

Dar um passo maior que a perna.

Ter o olho maior que a barriga.

8) By the skin of one's teeth.

By a hair.

Por um fio.

Porum triz.

9) (To be) caught between a rock and a hard place.

Between the devil and the deep blue sea.

Estar entre a cruz e a espada.

Estar entre a bigorna e o martelo.

10) To put a bug / flea in someone's ear.

Uma pulga atrás da orelha.

11) To fall flat.

To lay an egg.

Dar com os burros n'água.

12) To be hand in / and glove.

Ser carne e