Lista de expresiones - Letra H
List of idioms - Letter H
|hale and hearty
||fuerte como un roble
|hammer and tongs
||a brazo partido
|hand in glove
|hand over fist
- My grandmother is 83 but she's hale and hearty. She even rides her bike every morning!
- Kim must hate her job. She always comes and does everything half-assed.
- Liz says she's moving to Moscow, another one of her half-baked ideas.
- Ben and Grace had a terrible argument today. They were at it hammer and tongs.
- Jane and Ellen are working hand in glove to make me quit my job. I know it!
- After a series of bad investments, the company started losing money hand over fist.
|happily ever after
||felices para siempre
|hard to swallow
||difícil de creer
|high and mighty
|high water mark
- Fran's husband was up to some hanky-panky with the neighbour. She kicked him out.
- Not everyone lives happily ever after once they get married.
- I wish I were as happy-go-lucky as you: no worries, no stress, just enjoying life.
- I don't know why, but I find the news a bit hard to swallow.
- John acts all high and mighty just because the boss liked his report.
- Playing at venues such as Madison Square Garden is a high water mark for any band.
|honest to God
||lo juro por Dios
|horse of another color
||harina de otro costal
|hot and bothered
|hot off the press
||de última hora
|hot under the collar
- I didn't break that window, madam! I swear! Honest to God!
- Well, he's enlisted in the army, but whether he'll resist or not, that's a horse of another color.
- Don't be fooled by Jack's ranting. It's just hot air.
- Peter gets hot and bothered every time I tell him I'm going to throw all his magazines away.
- Journalists struggle to give all the latest news hot off the press.
- Every time I try to talk to Ben about what happened with Joe, he gets all hot under the collar.