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๐Ÿš˜ 5 unusual English idioms related to transport


๐Ÿš˜ 5 unusual English idioms related to transport


✅ That ship has sailed 
Meaning: an opportunity is already lost 
● Example: We're good friends but I don't think we'll ever be anything more to each other—that ship has sailed.

✅ I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it 
Meaning: to avoid creating difficulties for oneself before it is necessary 
● Example:
Alan: Where will we stop tonight? 
Jane: At the next town. 
Alan: What if all the hotels are full? 
Jane: Let's cross that bridge when we come to it.

✅ You shouldn't just jump on the bandwagon
Meaning: To join or follow something once it is successful or popular.
● Example: I can't stand these people who just jump on the bandwagon after a win. Where were they last year when the team was terrible?

✅ You drive me round the bend 
Meaning: to make someone angry or tired 
● Example: A week on vacation with my relatives is enough to drive me around the bend. 

✅ You threw me under the bus (to throw under the bus) 
Meaning: to assign blame or responsibility to another person.
● Example: Their manager never hesitates to throw an underling under the bus when something goes wrong in the office.

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