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English idiom with its meaning and an example: 'In the nick of time'. One of a series of "Idiom Cards" created by IdiomLand.com

"In the nick of time" means "just in time, at the last possible moment". Example: The doctor arrived in the nick of time.

“Lose track of time” means “to be unaware of what time it is”. Example: Every…

“Lose track of time” means “to be unaware of what time it is”. Example: Every time Matthew goes to the library, he loses track of time. Once he stayed there for 8 hours!

“Lose track of time” means “to be unaware of what time it is”. Example: Every time Matthew goes to the library, he loses track of time. Once he stayed there for 8 hours! Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Lose track of time” means “to be unaware of what time it is”. Example: Every time Matthew goes to the library, he loses track of time. Once he stayed there for 8 hours! Get our apps for learning.

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"Five o'clock shadow" is a short beard on a man's face that has grown since the morning shave. Example: Peter has a very heavy beard - even though he shaves every morning, he gets a five o'clock shadow by lunchtime!

Crack the whip

“Crack the whip” means “to use your authority to make someone else behave better or work harder”. Example: I was late for work three times, so my boss cracked the whip. If I’m late one more time, I’m fired! Get our apps for learning English:.

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