idioms about fun

25+ Idioms about Fun in English with Meaning

In this article, we will list down some of most common idioms about Fun in English with meaning.

Idioms about Fun

Sr. No.IdiomsMeaning
1As Cool as a CucumberVery calm and composed and untroubled by stress
2A Storm in a TeacupA big fuss made about something of little importance
3A Piece of CakeSomething very easy to do 
4All Talk and No TrousersAll talk but no action
5Blue in the FaceWeakened or tired after trying many times
6Bob’s your UncleIt’s as simple as that
7Hold your HorsesWait a moment
8Kick the BucketTo die
9Head in the CloudsLiving in a fantasy
10Dead as a DoornailCompletely dead or unusable
11Heart in your MouthExtremely frightened or anxious
12Do a Devon LochTo fail when you are very close to winning
13Do a RunnerTo leave a place quickly in order to escape trouble or to avoid paying for something
14Enough to Cobble Dogs withA surplus of anything
15Fall Off the Back of a LorryYou acquired something that was probably stolen, or you are trying to sell something that’s stolen or illegitimate
16Hairy at the HeelSomeone who is ill-bred, dangerous or untrustworthy
17Cat’s ArseTo describe the facial expression adopted by a scorned woman
18For Donkey’s YearsVery long time
19When Pigs FlyWhatever you are discussing will never happen
20Cat Got Your TongueSomething you say to someone when they will not speak
21Have a One-Track Mind!If someone has a one-track mind, they spend most of their time thinking about one subject
22Chew the FatTo chat or gossip
23The Lights are On, but Nobody’s HomeAbout a stupid person
24To have Van Gogh’s Ear for MusicTo be done deaf
25Use Your LoafUse your head, think smart
Idioms about Fun

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Idioms about Fun Examples

  • The old man would chew the fat with anyone who would join him.
  • Going to be a useful boy, so long as you use your loaf.
  • You can telephone her till you’re blue in the face but she’ll never come.
  • Their arguments were like a storm in a teacup.
  • She looks efficient and as cool as a cucumber.
  • Just hold your horses, Bill! Let’s think about this for a moment.
  • If I take your medicine, I’ll definitely kick the bucket.
  • The exam was a piece of cake.
  • Sure he’ll pay for the drinks when pigs fly!
  • Press here and Bob’s your uncle! It’s disappeared.
  • The treaty may be considered to be as dead as a doornail.

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