Medical and Health Idioms

English medical and health idioms, expressions;


Medical and Health Idioms




As fit as a fiddle To be heathy and phsically fit
At death’s door Very near death
As pale as a ghost Extremely pale
Bitter pill to swallow An unpleasant fact that one must accept
Get a charley horse To develop a cramp in the arm or the leg
Have one foot in the grave To be near death
Run in the family To be a common family characteristic
Under the weather Not feeling well
Sick and tired of Extremely annoyed by something that occurs repeatedly
Go under the knife Undergo surgery

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