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Eat humble pie If you eat humble pie, you speak or behave in a way which tells people that you admit you were wrong about something.
example :- Anson was forced to eat humble pie and publicly apologizes to her.

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The apple of one's eye If you say that someone is the apple of your eye, you mean that they are very important to you and you are extremely fond of them

example :- Penny's only son was the apple of her eye.

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Go bananas

If someone is behaving in a silly or mad way, you can say that they are going bananas.

example :- People went bananas with boredom.

 

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A piece of cake If you think something is very easy to do , you can say it is a piece of cake. People often say this to stop someone feeling worried about doing something they have to do

 

example :- Getting rid of him will be a piece of cake .........

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As cool as a cucumber If you say that someone is as cool as a cucumber, you are emphasizing that they are very calm and relaxed, especially when you would not expect them to be.

example :- You can hardly be held responsible for Darrow waltzing in, cool as a cucumber, and demanding thousands of pounds.

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Bring home the bacon The person in a family who brings home the bacon provides the family with the money they need to live.
example :- Who brings up the baby and who brings home the bacon
 
 
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