Close, thesaurus, the thesaurus of synonyms and related words is fully integrated into the dictionary. Are you in the.S., Britain or elsewhere? For example, in German, you can say, Du hast ein vogel. I suspect the idiom comes from the storage of food, where literally putting some perishable item on ice meant that you could indeed come back to it at a later stage. Thanks in advance for any assistance. Anyway, Carly told me that she and her friends started making up their own fake idioms. 90 of the time, speakers of English use just 7,500 words in speech and writing. More phrase informal, contribute to our Open Dictionary to delay doing anything about a plan or idea.
We're becoming an international group. So to 'ice' somebody is to make them a corpse. The idea transferred readily to things other than food. My son just informed me that in basketball one can "ice" a shooter at the free-throw line by calling a timeout, also a kicker in American football can be "put on ice" in the same manner. If you "ice" someone, you kill him. PUT ON ICE - "Set aside; stored; kept in reserve until needed. Click on the thesaurus category heading under the button in an entry to see the synonyms and related words for that meaning. Ford offered this version in 'The Honorable Peter Stirling' : 'They say she's never been able to find a man good enough for her, so she's keeping herself on ice." From "The Dictionary of Cliches" by James Rogers (Ballantine Books, New York, 1985). For those of you who dont know, an idiom is a phrase that means something other than what it means. Posted by Lewis on March 06, 2003....
Putas de 80 años fotos de putas venezolanas
Putas lima peru modelos putas fotos