American Idioms and Expressions

Make Sense Out Of (someone Or Something) Idiom

This database is a comprehensive collection of all the American idioms and slang available. American Idioms are many and varied. We hope you enjoy our collection. We are adding more all the time. .

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make sense out of (someone or something)
What does make sense out of (someone or something) mean?
understand or interpret someone or somethingI tried very hard to make sense out of the terrible tragedy at the hotel.

Some Random Idioms
put a bug in (someone`s) ear (about something)
What does "put a bug in (someone`s) ear (about something)" mean?
to give someone a hint or an idea about something My friend put a bug in my ear about going to France and I cannot stop thinking about it.

Butterfly Idioms



make use of (someone or something)
What does "make use of (someone or something)" mean?
use someone or somethingI made use of my friends garage to keep some of my tools.
feel sorry for (someone)
What does "feel sorry for (someone)" mean?
to pity someone, to feel compassion for someone I feel sorry for my friend who recently lost his job.

a pain in the neck
What does "a pain in the neck" mean?
an annoying or bothersome person or event Our customer is a pain in the neck and is always complaining about something.

feel like a new person
What does "feel like a new person" mean?
to feel refreshed and renewed I felt like a new person after I had a shower.

gangsta
What does "gangsta" mean?
member of a gang
get a break
What does "get a break" mean?
to get an opportunity or good dealI got a break when my friend sold me his car for a cheap price.

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