Idioms challenge

Have a look at the following idioms that contain a part of the body and try to work out the meaning. Solutions on the comment below:

1- see eye to eye with someone               6- turn a blind eye to something

2- keep your head above water               7- lose your head

3- have the upper hand                            8- vote with your feet

4- get cold feet                                           9- wash your hands of something

5- point the finger at someone             10- keep your fingers crossed

Which one means…?

a- be in control                f- reject

b- become anxious         g- ignore

c- agree                            h- hope for good news

d- accuse                          i- panic/ become angry

e- survive                        j- refuse responsibility

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One response to “Idioms challenge

  1. notdoubledutch

    1- see eye to eye with someone: agree
    2- keep your head above water: survive
    3- have the upper hand: be in control
    4- get cold feet: become anxious
    5- point the finger at someone: accuse
    6- turn a blind eye to something: ignore
    7- lose your head: panic/ become angry
    8- vote with your feet: reject
    9- wash your hands of something: refuse responsibility
    10- keep your fingers crossed: hope for good news

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