|ants in one’s pants
||People who have ants in their pants are very restless or excited about something.
|take bull by the horns
||To take the bull by the horns means that a person decides to act decisively in order to deal with a difficult situation or problem.
|let the cat out of the bag
||If you let the cat out of the bag, you reveal a secret, often unintentionally.
|like cat and dog
||People who argue or fight like cat and dog frequently have violent arguments, even though they are fond of each other.
||To shed crocodile tears means to shed false tears or show insincere grief.
|elephant in the room
||A problem that no one wants to discuss, but is so obvious that it cannot be ignored.
|could eat a horse
||To say that you could eat a horse means that you are very hungry.
||The black sheep is one who behaves differently or badly, and is considered disreputable by the other members of the family.
||To cry wolf is to call for help when you are not really in danger. Consequently, nobody believes you when you really need help.