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English Idiom!

Throw a wobbly!

Leslie: Don't eat the last biscuit!

Wendy: I won't. I know Tim will throw a wobbly if he can't have a biscuit with his morning tea.

  

Throw a wobbly or Throw a wobbler - To lose your temper or to suddenly be very angry.

 

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Zero!

Trevor: Why aren't we inviting Jack to the party tomorrow? I thought everyone loved him!

Simon: Jack's not very popular any more. He went from hero to zero after he got caught stealing food from the fridge!

 

Zero - Unpopular person.

 

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We will have to dress up for Sarah's wedding next week.

 

Meaning: To wear very nice or very smart clothes.

 

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