لیست کامل پنجاه و پنج عنوان آهنگ اصطلاحی به همراه معنی را در این قسمت از مرکز دانلود منابع زبان های خارجی کاردوآنلاین به شما تقدیم می کنیم.
لیست کامل پنجاه و پنج عنوان آهنگ اصطلاحی به همراه معنی
در این قسمت از سایت کاردوآنلاین لیست کامل پنجاه و پنج عنوان آهنگ اصطلاحی به همراه معنی به شما آموزش خواهیم داد. امیدواریم که این آموزش از سایت کاردوآنلاین به مورد توجه شما قرار بگیرد.
‘Reach for the Stars’ by S Club 7
‘Reach for the stars’ meaning aspire to something and set your goals high.
‘Always on Time’ by Ja Rule and Ashanti
‘Always on time’ meaning never late.
‘Don’t Get Me Wrong’ by The Pretenders
‘Don’t get me wrong’ meaning don’t misunderstand me.
‘Somewhere Only We Know’ by Keane
I knew the pathway like the back of my hand’ meaning to know something really well.
‘I Heard it Through the Grapevine’ by Marvin Gaye
‘I heard it through the grapevine’ meaning to hear information from someone who heard it from someone else, i.e. not directly from the source.
‘Chasing Pavements’ by Adele
‘Even if I knew my place’ (know your place) meaning to be aware of your position in society, family or a relationship and comfortable with it.
‘Knocking on Heaven’s Door’ by Guns ‘N’ Roses
‘Knocking on heaven’s door’ meaning to be waiting to die or being very close to death.
‘Down and Out’ by Genesis
I don’t want to beat around the bush’ meaning let’s just get straight to the point or there’s no need to procrastinate.
-Beat It’ by Michael Jackson
‘Just beat it’ meaning leave immediately (usually used as an order).
– ‘Cat Got Your Tongue’ by Fujiya and Miyagi
‘Has the cat got your tongue?’ meaning to be speechless or unable to speak. (In other words: ‘Why won’t you say anything?’)
‘Cry Me a River’ by Justin Timberlake
‘Cry me a river’ meaning to cry excessively in someone’s presence in order to obtain sympathy.
‘By Myself’ by Linkin Park
‘Do I try to catch them red-handed?’ meaning to catch someone in the act of doing something wrong.
‘White Flag’ by Dido
‘There will be no white flag above my door’ (raise a white flag) meaning to show sign of surrender or truce.
‘Time after Time’ by Cyndi Lauper
‘Time after time’ meaning again and again, repeatedly.
‘Louise’ by The Human League
‘It’s not true that time heals all wounds’ meaning feelings of emotional hurt will leave as time passes.
‘Funny How Time Flies (When You’re Having Fun)’ by Janet Jackson
Ain’t it funny how time flies’ meaning how quickly time passes by.
‘Because of You’ by Kelly Clarkson
I learnt to play on the safe side’ meaning to be extremely cautious in order to stay safe.
‘Hit The Road Jack’ by Ray Charles
‘Hit the road Jack’ meaning to leave immediately without the intention of returning (usually used as an order).
‘Right Place, Wrong Time’ by Dr. John
‘In the right place at the wrong time’ – this is a combination of two idioms, which are ‘in the right place at the right time’ (when something good happens by luck) and ‘in the wrong place at the wrong time’ (when something bad happens by chance/unlucky).
‘Wrong’ by Depeche Mode
‘I was in the wrong place at the wrong time’ – meaning when something bad happens by chance or something unlucky that would not have normally happened.
‘Lost out over You’ by Novastar
‘We have other fish to fry’ – meaning we have other/more important things to do.
‘Linger’ by The Cranberries
‘You’ve got me wrapped around your little finger’ meaning to manipulate and control someone.
‘Can’t Have Your Cake and Eat It’ by Brenda Taylor
‘You can’t have your cake and eat it too’ meaning you can’t have or do two good things at the same time that are impossible or unfair to have or do at the same time.
‘If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time’ by R Kelly
‘If I could turn back the hands of time’ meaning to go back in the past. Usually used in moments of reminiscence or regret.
‘I Had the Time of My Life’ by Patrick Swayze (Dirty Dancing)
‘I had the time of my life’ meaning to enjoy yourself thoroughly, have the best time ever.
‘When it’s Raining Cats and Dogs’ by PM Dawn
‘When it’s raining cats and dogs’ when there is torrential rain or raining very heavily.
‘It’s Raining Men’ by The Weather Girls (originally) also by Gerri Halliwell
‘It’s raining men’ – used in a situation when there are many attractive men around.
‘Leave No Stone Unturned’ by Europe
‘Leave no stone unturned’ meaning to search in every possible way for evidence or the truth.
‘Taking Care of Business’ by Bachman-Turner Overdrive
‘Taking care of business’ meaning to do what needs to be done.
‘Water Under the Bridge’ by Olivia Newton-John
‘It’s all water under the bridge’ meaning it’s all in the past, long gone and forgotten about.
‘Take it Easy’ by The Eagles
‘Take it easy’ meaning relax and stay calm.
‘I’m gonna wash that man right outta my hair’ by South Pacific
‘I’m gonna wash that man right outta my hair’ meaning to finish with someone and want nothing else to do with them.
‘Alienated’ by Keri Hilson
‘You’ve become a shooting star’ referring to someone who is rapidly rising to fame.
‘Alejandro’ by Lady Gaga
‘Nothing to lose’ meaning to take a risk because things could not possibly get any worse.
‘Fancy Pants’ by Lady Gaga
‘Fancy pants’ referring to someone who acts in a manner which others think is overly elaborate or pretentious.
‘Poker Face’ by Lady Gaga
‘Poker face’ meaning when someone’s face has no expression and does not give away any sign of emotion. Most commonly used in the context of playing a poker game in order to disguise the true value of your cards.
‘Monster’ by Lady Gaga
‘He’s a wolf in disguise’ referring to someone who is an evil or dangerous person who pretends to be nice and friendly. It comes from an old fable ‘about a wolf dressed in sheep’s clothing’, and the children’s story ‘Little Red Riding Hood’.
‘Red and Blue’ by Lady Gaga
‘I’m old school’ meaning traditional thinking or behaviour. This can be used in a positive (efficient ideas that work) or a negative way (backwards, living in the past).
‘Star Struck’ by Lady Gaga
‘Starstruck’ meaning to be completely in awe of someone’s celebrity status.
‘Wonderful’ by Lady Gaga
‘I’m talking in circles’ meaning to talk a lot and not really say anything of meaning.
‘Jammin’ by Bob Marley
‘We’re jammin’ or ‘jam session’ refers to an informal session where musicians play together.
‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ by Bonnie Tyler
‘Every now and then I fall apart’ meaning when something (can be used for objects when they stop working) or someone fails to function properly (mainly emotionally for people).
‘Drive My Car’ by The Beatles
‘Working for peanuts’ meaning working for a very small amount of money, not earning very much.
‘Yesterday’ by The Beatles
‘There’s a shadow hanging over me’ meaning mistakes that were made in the past are / guilt is still following you and lingering close by.
‘Ticket to Ride’ by The Beatles
‘Driving me mad’ meaning being forced into insanity, not necessarily in the literal sense, but more in love or anger.
‘The Fool on the Hill’ by The Beatles
‘His head’s in a cloud’ meaning not living in reality, (mentally) living in a dream land in one’s own imagination.
‘The Magical Mystery Tour’ by The Beatles
‘Dying to take you away’ meaning to be in desperate eagerness to do something.
‘With a Little Help from My Friends’ by The Beatles
‘Lend me your ears’ meaning to ask someone to listen to you.
‘Nowhere Man’ by The Beatles
‘Lends you a hand’ meaning to offer help or assistance with something.
‘Genius in France’ by Weird Al Malkovic
‘Not the brightest crayon in the box’
‘Not the sharpest chunk of cheese’
This song uses many different phrases that refer to being very simple-minded, not clever.
‘You are the Sunshine of my Life’ by Stevie Wonder
‘You are the sunshine of my life / You are the apple of my eye both refer to someone or something that makes you very happy.
‘Canary in a Coal Mine’ by The Police
‘You live your life like a canary in a coalmine’ meaning something whose sensitivity to adverse conditions makes it a useful early indicator of such conditions; something which warns of the coming of a greater danger or trouble by a deterioration of its health. This could be used to describe someone who is very paranoid and lives in constant fear of danger or death.
‘Wild Horses’ by The Rolling Stones
‘Wild horses couldn’t drag me away’ meaning nothing could persuade me to do or not do something, impossible to change your mind.
‘My Way’ by Frank Sinatra
‘I bit off more than I could chew’ meaning to try to do more than you can comfortably handle.