※ a blank slate 新的一页，新的开始常用口语句子
1. no karmic similarities of personality or anything, just starts over like a blank slate.
2. today, mrm will begin a blank slate! let us all hope that mrm will have a successful future!
3. nobody likes starting with a blank slate when trying to do something new.
※ a bone to pick 争端，不满常用口语句子
1. one of my staff had a bone to pick with me concerning my opinion.
2. i’ve got a bone to pick with you. why did you take my bicycle?
3. he’s always looking for a bone to pick with me.
※ a cat nap 打个盹儿常用口语句子
1. why don’t you take a quick cat nap after lunch?
2. i was up late last night so i had a cat nap at my desk today.
3. after working in the garden all morning,i had a cat nap before lunch.
※ a couch potato 懒鬼常用口语句子1. he is a couch potato.
※ a cake walk 易事常用口语句子
1. the five-month project seemed to be a cake walk.
2. it is such
a cake walk. i can finish it in an hour.
3. resolving the budget crisis was a cake walk compared to what others expect him to accomplish.
※ a headache 头痛的事，麻烦事常用口语句子
1. this is another big headache for him.
2. freak weather conditions are a headache for skippers.
3. now that our boy is growing up, the constant need for new clothes for them is getting to be a real headache.
※ a knock out 美得让人倾倒常用口语句子
1. what a knock out!
2. benjamin is a knock out.
3. because she herself was convinced of it, the woman in the restaurant was a knock out.
※ a load off my mind 放心常用口语句子
1. the good news have take a load off my mind.
2. good news took a load off my
3. if this is really true,it’ll take a load off my mind.
※ a nut 傻子，疯子常用口语句子
1. these days, i’m just a nut .
2. i was quite a nut about such things.
3. he drives like a nut, he’ll kill himself one day.
※ a pain in the neck 麻烦事常用口语句子
1. this job is really becoming a pain in the neck.
2. changing trains is really a pain in the neck.
3. your little brother is a pain in the neck.
※ a piece of cake 小菜一碟，易事一件常用口语句子
1. it is a piece of cake for me to solve this problem.
2. it is a piece of cake for her to win that prize!
3. he thinks it’ll be a piece of cake.
※ around the clock 夜以继日常用口语句子
1. surgeons are working around the clock to save his life.
2. he studied around the clock for his history exam.
3. the workers work in three shifts around the clock.
★surgeon /‘s??d??n/ n. 外科医师★shift /??ft/ n. 轮值的班
※ a shot in the dark 瞎猜常用口语句子
1. i didn’t know. i was only a shot in the dark.
2. it’s hard to know exactly what to do, we’ll just have to take a shot in the dark.
3. it was just a shot in the dark,but i got the right answer.
※ a short fuse 脾气火爆常用口语句子
1. don’t irritate her, she’s on a short fuse today.
2. boy, that football coach sure has a short fuse.
3. do not argue with joe,he has a short fuse and may start fighting.
※ a slam dunk 轻而易举的事常用口语句子
1. the show was a slam dunk for the artist,who sold every painting he exhibited.
2. after writing twenty page paper for a class last week, writing a three page paper for this class was a slam dunk.
※ a slap in the face 公然受辱常用口语句子
1. it’s just such a slap in the face.
2. it is a bit of a slap in the face when she refused to see me.
※ a stick in the mud 扫兴；老古董常用口语句子
1. how can you refuse to go to the show with all your friends? don’t be such a stick in the mud.
2. cathy is such a stick in the mud. she never wants to try anything new.
3. my father is a stick in the mud, he won’t allow me to go camping with friends.
※ a turn coat 叛徒常用口语句子
1. smithson is a turn coat. he left his own group and went over to the opposition.
2. jack is just a turn coat. he told my secret to mary.
※ ace 得到完美的结果常用口语句子
1. do you know how to ace your examination?
2. i will definitely ace this test.
3. highly skilled tennis players can ace their opponents without difficulty.
※ all ears 洗耳恭听常用口语句子
1. tell me your story, i’m all ears.
2. she was all ears in class.
3. if you have any other advice for me, i’m all ears.