20 Idioms and Phrases in English – Idioms, Meanings and Examples

20 Idioms and Phrases in English – Idioms, Phrases, Meanings and Examples;

All walks of lifeIn all aspects of lifeGandhi had disciples from all walks of life.
to consist ofto containsOur class consists of 55 students.
To be one in essenceto the sameMen and women are one in essence.
To be a part ofTo belong to somethingNon-violence is a part of Indian tradition.
To be fit forTo be suitableShe is fit for the post of a typist.

To find outTo discoverThe police found out the thief.
To serve the purposeTo meet the requirementScholorship alone will not serve the purpose.
To come acrossTo meetEveryday we come across processions in our roads.
Thanks toDue to (because of)Thanks to the bold knocks of Sachin, India won the match.
To be gifted withTo be blessed withMan is gifted with reasoning power.
To bring aboutTo effectMarriage brought about great changes in his behaviour.
To lie dormantUnusedWe should now allow our skills lie dormant in ourselves.
To wake upTo rise and actWhenthe opportunity knocks at our door, we should wake up.
In the largest measureIn great quantitiesArnold helped the Tsunami victims in the largest measure.
By natureNaturallyShe is very sensitive by nature.
To bestow onTo give as a giftNature has bestowed many riches on us.
In term ofIn relation ofThe politicians should undertake projects in term of their necessity for the people.
To take the leadTo go forwardIndia should take the lead ….
A far crySomething difficult to achieveA casteless society has come a far cry.
Come to a haltCome to sudden endThe car came to a halt as the railway gate was closed.