Idioms About Knowledge

English idioms list, Idioms About Knowledge in english;




 
Idioms About Knowledge in English




Two heads are better than one

My son, don’t forget; Two heads are better than one

 

Learn the ropes

It didn’t take her new assistant long to learn the ropes.

 

Doing your homework

You can’t play game any more until you do your homework!

 

Under one’s belt

She has almost a year as minister under her belt.

 

Pick his brain

You should pick Mary’s brain sometime; she knows all about math.

 

Be common knowledge

It’s common knowledge that she is a beautiful girl.

 

As far as anyone knows

As far as anyone knows, this is the last of the great herds of buffalo.

 

Knowledge is power

In this situation, knowledge is power.

One thought on “Idioms About Knowledge

  • November 17, 2018 at 6:25 pm
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    where are the meanings of the idioms?

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